Friday, September 22

Pluggle Review – Is it Scam Or Legit ?

It is all over the internet, Pluggle has been getting lots of buzzing.
It would not surprise me if you told me you’ve heard of it, or someone has pitched it to you.
It’s also really popular on social media.
This first thing you should know is that I am NOT an affiliate or distributer for Pluggle.

Is Pluggle truly a scam?

Can you build a solid business with Pluggle?
I have gathered all the details about Pluggle so you can make an informed decision.
I’ll tell you everything you need to know in my Review Of Pluggle.

Let’s get started.

What The Is Pluggle?

Pluggle is one of the latest MLM opportunities that’s up for my full review treatment, and in this case, we’ve got another company with a website that doesn’t provide any concrete background info in the slightest.

There’s no mention of who owns Pluggle, where it’s based out of, when it was launched, etc.

The domain name for Pluggle’s site ( was first registered on April 6 of 2017. It’s owner is listed as Alexis Palma, and there’s also an address provided in Quezon City, Philippines.

I tried my best to look up further information on Palma, but for some reason I got none.

Pluggle’s website receives 69% of all its traffic in the Philippines — strongly indicating that our country where the company is being run out of.

What Are The Pluggle Products?
When it comes to a product line, this is something that Pluggle simply does not offer.

No goods or services are being marketed or sold to retail customers, and affiliates for Pluggle only have the affiliate membership to offer to people that are interested in joining a new income opportunity.

What About The Compensation Plan For Pluggle?
As for the compensation plan, Pluggle affiliates are tasked with paying a membership fee of  Php 1,000 and then recruiting other people to join and do the same thing.

Upon recruiting someone to be a Pluggle affiliate, you’ll earn a commission of Php100. Additionally, any affiliates that they end up recruiting will secure you with another Php100 commission.

Additionally, Pluggle affiliates are paid Php100 every single time they log into their affiliate account. This payment is offered for twelve days, and it can be earned once each day.

Similarly, affiliates earn commissions when their downline logs into their own account (paid down to two levels of affiliate recruitment).

Lastly, Pluggle affiliates also have the opportunity to earn on residual recruitment commissions.

This money is paid to members through the use of a binary payment system, with positions throughout the binary being filled through both direct and indirect recruitment.

There’s no set limit as to how deep the binary can go, and commissions are paid to affiliates whenever new members join the company using a payment ratio of 1:1.

Affiliates for Pluggle earn Php100 whenever someone else is recruited into the company, and this is capped at Php 3,000 per day.

What’s The Cost Of Joining Pluggle?
If you’d like to join Pluggle, you’ll need to pay a membership fee of Php 1,000.

However, keep in mind that the company only accepts payments in the form of bitcoin.

So, Is There A Pluggle Scam Going On?
Have you heard that Pluggle is a scam?

It’s hard to tell if this is true or not, because a lot of people are just trying to sell you something.

So, from reading this, is Pluggle a scam or is it legit?

I would say not exactly, but there are a few things to watch out for, find out what in the conclusion.

Finally, My Pluggle Conclusion!

A quick glance at Pluggle’s logo will quickly make it clear that the company is trying to ripoff Google.

Pluggle is trying to sell the idea that it exists within the niche of advertising, and there are a host of logos for legit businesses on the Pluggle website that are supposedly involved with it.

In reality, this is not the case.

There’s no mention of advertising through the Pluggle compensation plan, and the only thing that affiliates spend their time doing is recruiting more and more people to join.

As a result, this has Pluggle operating as a pyramid scheme.

Like you’ll find with all pyramid schemes, Pluggle will be no more once recruitment activity eventually dies down. Most people will end up losing out, and only Alexis Palma will earn anything of value.

In other words, this is scheme that you’ll want to stay as far away from as possible.
This is my own opinion.


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