On its website, SuperDeal doesn’t say who owns the company or who runs it.
As I write this, Super Deal’s website is just a login form for affiliates:
Even though SuperDeal isn’t honest at all, the meta description of its website is;
The experienced investment team at Super Deal wants to help everyone invest in a clear and honest way.
The name of SuperDeal’s website, “superdeal.pro,” was registered privately on October 6, 2022.
If an MLM company isn’t clear about who owns or runs it, you should always think twice before joining or giving them any money.
Products from SuperDeal:
The SuperDeal has neither goods nor services that can be sold.
Affiliates can only sell the affiliate membership to SuperDeal.
How SuperDeal compensates its employees:
Affiliates of SuperDeal put in at least 5,000 Ugandan shillings (denoted as UGX).
This is done because a 30% daily ROI is promised.
SuperDeal gives referral commissions on money invested down three levels (unilevel):
level 1 (affiliates recruited by you): 8% level 2 – 2% level 3 – 1%
Joining SuperDeal is free, and you can become an affiliate.
The SuperDeal Summary:
SuperDeal is a simple Ponzi scheme that is aimed at Uganda.
Investing is done through a local company called BPAL Technologies LTD, which is just a shell.
BPAL Technologies LTD is something that has been worked on. On the website that goes with it, the company is described as
A smart electronic platform for collecting money and making payments.
Aside from getting Ponzi money out of Uganda, it doesn’t look like BPAL Technologies does anything else.
If the people behind SuperDeal were really able to make 30% a day, every day, they wouldn’t be giving you free access.
At 30% a day, they would definitely keep the golden goose to themselves.
All SuperDeal is doing is reusing money that was invested to pay withdrawals, which will fail when the number of new members drops.
At 30% a day, not only is SuperDeal not very hard to run, but it is also probably on its way to failing.
The launch of SuperDeal in early October coincides with the end of BLQ Football, a “click a button” Ponzi scheme that caused a lot of people in Uganda to lose money.
Get enough people who lost money in BLQ Football to invest in SuperDeal, which will cause the Ponzi scheme to fail and double-scam the people who lost money.
As Ugandans saw with BLQ Football, the math behind MLM Ponzi schemes makes it certain that most people who take part will lose money.