Company: PIF Explosion
Welcome to my 3rd party review of PIF Explosion!
I would like to start out by letting you know that you are already on the right track.
The majority of MLMers don’t research a company before joining them.
They see a get rich quick scheme and jump in hoping they make money.
The reality is a much grimmer situation because the vast majorities of affiliates lose money or break even when joining a MLM.
I guess what I am trying to say is that everyone deserves the truth when they are considering an online business opportunity.
This is where I come in.
I write these reviews in hopes that you make your decision based on facts.
The information I provide is directly from the company’s website, testimonies and other reviews.
I compile all of the red flags so that you know the difference between the information provided by the MLM and what is actually happening.
It is no mystery that these companies are based on hype and will do anything to make a sale.
Hence, this is why you heard about the company in the first place.
You were probably approached by a friend/family or one of the many social media platforms.
Either way, you want to know what the company is all about.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
PIF Explosion Overview – What is the Company?
OK, right off the bat we hit our first snag.
This section will have several red flags that you need to see for yourself to believe.
1. As you can see, the image above proves that the company is unwilling to share any information about the company, including leadership.
I found nothing on this company online besides other reviews and the company’s website.
This is alarming because a company that is hiding their leadership is not worth investing your time and money in.
This is something I tell everyone and I hope you realize how important this is.
2. I checked out the PIF Explosion domain and the only information provided by WHOIS is the fact that it was registered on August 18th of 2015.
Again, all of the domain settings are private so basic information, like the founder is being protected.
This type of setup can lead to a lot of speculation.
For all we know, the company was created by a previous scammer and we have no way of finding out.
PIF Explosion Products
I have read a bunch of reviews and testimonies and none of them can really clarify what the products or services that are provided by PIF.
This is alarming so I tried to research it more.
The only thing I was able to come up with was on their website.
PIF is a traffic generating advertising company which displays your ads throughout the net.
These ads can be seen by any visitor to the site and other PIF members.
The company claims that their site with “generate a stampede of guaranteed, quality traffic to your website.”
This is doubtful considering there is barely any web traffic to their site.
This company is not doing well and is not worth advertising with.
It has gotten so bad that the company is giving away their Gold Membership.
This is the first time I have seen an MLM giving away memberships, and I have written over 100 MLM reviews.
The next issue I have is the fact that there is no product to speak of.
No, seriously, nothing of retail value whatsoever and what makes matters worse is the mere fact that the service they provide is worthless. PIF can’t seem to get anything right at this point.
There are so many other successful businesses that provide much better services and don’t have an MLM attached to them.
Why on Earth would you want to invest any time or money into this trap?
This is starting to look more and more like a scam as we move forward in this review.
Here are a few more questions I have for the company.
• Why is there ZERO information about the memberships?
• Why are you so focused on recruiting when your service is web traffic?
PIF Explosion Compensation Plan
Scroll down to the middle of the Compensation Plan Page, to see how it works.
WAYS TO GET PAID
100% Commission Plan
Fast Start Bonus for every direct member
Forced Personal 3×15 Matrix
This Matrix plan is one of the weakest recruitment plans because it has so many downfalls.
One of which is the fact that it is difficult to be successful in.
Only skilled recruiters make this matrix work for them, which means newbies are done before they even get started.
According to this image, it is really easy to succeed.
All you have to do is refer a little of 14 million members and you can make a million dollars.
I know what you are thinking; all you have to do is refer 3 people and then they all refer 3 people and so on and so on….
This is rarely how it works because there are always breaks in the chain.
This means you will be referring as many people as you possibly can so that you fill your tiers up.
You also have to rely on your recruits to be as motivated as you.
This is where the trouble starts. Most people that join an MLM aren’t in it for the money.
They join to enjoy the products or services and discounts that come with memberships.
This is yet another section of the review that points toward a scam.
This is the kind of MLM that gives all other MLM a bad name.
With that being said, I yet to see a MLM without at least a few red flags.
Things I Don’t Like About PIF Explosion
This section of the review will be a list of red flags that I have yet to discuss.
1. The first thing you need to look at is the PIF Earnings Disclaimer located on their main website.
The entire thing reeks of scam.
What is does is simple.
It protects the company from any legal implications and is a quasi-agreement that relieves them of any failures that you WILL have if you invest your money in it.
This also allows the company to hype the hell out of their services and then tell you to refer to the Earnings Disclaimer if you fail.
This is a great business model…pffft!
2. The company is 99.9% based on recruitment.
There is literally ZERO benefit of using their services. There is a 50/50 rule in regards to revenue generated by products/services and members.
If the majority of revenue generated by a company is from members, then it is legally a pyramid scheme and therefore, illegal.
Is this something you really want to risk?
To be honest, there is no financial information available on PIF but I am willing to bet that almost all of the money generated by this company is from members.
The money for this so called matrix payout system will dry up real quick and I don’t see it lasting very much longer.
3. The website looks like a 8th grade computer class project.
There is no professionalism involved and it looks like someone threw it together in a few hours.
This is a tell tale sign that the company is a scam and is not going to be around for a while.
I mean, how many red flags can one MLM have?
At this point, I am willing to say that the FTC will be shutting this company down soon.
As you can see, I could go on for hours but I am sure you have already made your decision.
There is literally nothing positive about this company.
I usually have something positive to say about a company even though I disagree with the entire business model of MLMs.
This is the first company where I cannot report anything good.
If there is any advice I can give you, please run away as quickly as you can because you deserve better.
The Final Verdict
You already know where I am going with this.
PIF Explosion is without a doubt, a scam.
There is no way this company lasts past 2017 and that is being generous.
Besides, there are so many other options out there that are better.
This is the kind of money trap that you can’t afford. Please do not waste your time.
Have you ever considered creating your own online business?
The benefits are unreal because you can avoid scams like this, avoid recruiting complications and not have to rely on other people.
If you have no idea how to start out, go to YouTube and locate a FREE training program.
There are hundreds of them available.
If you want an example, check out this review.
The company has a great track record and you can find out how to get started on your journey to financial success.
I hope this review helped you in some way.
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