Lets looks a bit closer and see if this is for real.
There is no information whatsoever on the Hi Hourly website indicating who owns or runs the business.
Hi Hourly Review
Registered on July 8, 2016, the HH website domain, hihourly.com, registration is set to private.
Notwithstanding only having launched in late September, HH claims that:
“To this date, the grand value of the property our clients have invested in through Hi-Hourly is over 2 billion across 25 markets worldwide.”
No surprisingly, no proof of this claim is provided anywhere on the Hi Hourly website.
Hi Hourly does provide a Certificate of Incorporation from the UK Companies House. These cost about £20 GBP and require nothing more than a virtual mailing address in the UK.
Harrison Scott is the person who is listed as the sole director of Hi Hourly. The use of generic names is common in deceitful UK-based incorporation filings.
Alexa presently estimates that Pakistan (36.6%) and Indonesia (19.6%) are the two main sources of traffic to the Hi Hourly website. It is extremely likely that the administrator(s) running Hi Hourly are based out of one of these countries.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
Hi Hourly Product Line
HH has absolutely no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market HH affiliate membership itself.
Hi Hourly Compensation Plan
Hi Hourly affiliates invest in plans offering ROIs of up to 1000%.
- invest $10 or more and receive a 29% to 80% daily ROI for four days (up to 320%)
- invest $4 or more and receive a 2.2% to 8% hourly ROI for 48 hours (up to 384%)
- invest $10 or more and receive a 0.65% to 5% hourly ROI for 240 hours (up to 1200%)
- invest $1000 to $4000 and receive a 300% ROI after 3 days
- invest $600 to $5000 and receive a 1000% ROI after 7 days
- invest $1500 to $3000 and receive a 125% to 150% ROI after 1 hour
Referral commissions are accessible on funds invested by downline affiliates, paid down 2 levels of recruitment.
Level 1 commissions on funds invested by personally recruited affiliates are determined by the over-all number of affiliates recruited:
- recruit 1 to 150 affiliates and receive a 4% level 1 commission
- recruit 151 to 300 affiliates and receive a 6% level 1 commission
- recruit 301 or more affiliates and receive a 10% level 1 commission
Level 2 commissions are paid out at a flat rate of 1%.
Joining Hi Hourly – Cost?
HH affiliate membership is completed with a minimum investment of $4.00.
The con behind Hi Hourly’s advertised ROIs is your typical MLM underbelly ambiguity.
From the website – “Hi-Hourly Inv. LTD is an investment fund, which increases the return on stocks, bonds, and, in addition, in the Forex market. We also invest in other funds in the world.”
Nothing further than that is provided, with the only confirmable source of revenue entering HH being affiliate investment.
The use of newly invested funds to pay off existing investors makes HH a Ponzi scheme.
Listen, even if we were to take the claims of Hi Hourly’s nameless administrators at face value, they still fail the Ponzi logic test.
Hi Hourly – Hot MLM Conclusion
If Hi Hourly’s administrators were able to justifiably and steadily produce ROIs of up to 150% per hour, even a modest bank loan would ultimately raise them up among the richest people in the world.
Yet here they are, incognito, soliciting investment from affiliates via a dodgy-looking income opportunity.
Guess what? It just doesn’t add up.
As with all Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dies down so too will new deposits. This will mean that Hi Hourly will be unable to meet its advertised ROI obligations, prompting a collapse.
At that point any HH affiliates who haven’t withdrawn funds they have been paid to cover their investments, loses out.
This is guaranteed to be the majority of Hi Hourly affiliates.