Xelius gives no information on its website about who owns or operates the company. In the “about” section of Xelius’ website, it claims to be “a private innovation company established in Hong Kong.” To that aim, a Hong Kong incorporation certificate for Xelius Innovation Limited, reportedly incorporated in January 2021, is presented.
Fundamental incorporation anywhere is worthless for the goal of MLM due-diligence. Xelius’ website name (“xelius.me”) was originally registered in December 2020. The private registration was last updated on October 27th, 2021.
A visit to the Wayback Machine reveals Xelius’ current website went live on or around January 9th. This aligns with Alexa’s initial recording of traffic to Xelius’ website on the same date. This means the current proprietors got possession of Xelius’ website domain on or around October 27th.
Additionally, complementing this is Xelius’ official YouTube channel, which was formed on December 26th. The company’s official Twitter presence was also created in December. This also puts suspicion on the Xelius Innovation Limited incorporation having anything to do with Xelius, the MLM company.
Suggesting Xelius instead has ties to Russia and/or Ukraine, is Xelius’ official Android app being produced by “лa-оломи урниа”. This developer doesn’t exist outside of Xelius’ Google Play app page. As ranked by Alexa, Vietnam (17 percent), Ukraine (9 percent), and Egypt (9 percent) are the top sources of traffic for Xelius’ website. As always, if an MLM firm is not openly forthright about who is operating or owns it, consider long and hard whether to join and/or turn over any money.
Xelius’ Products Xelius has no retailable items or services. Affiliates are only able to advertise Xelius affiliate membership itself. Xelius’ Compensation Plan Xelius affiliates invest funds on the promise of advertised returns. If you invest $10 or more, you will receive 2.2 percent per day. Spend $100,000 or more and receive a daily interest rate of 3.5 percent.
There doesn’t appear to be any income caps on the investment side of Melius. Melius’ MLM compensation plan offers commissions on investments made by recruited affiliates. Referral Commissions Xelius pays referral commissions via a unilevel compensation scheme. A unilevel compensation system positions an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every individually recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1): If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3, and so on and so forth, down a theoretical unlimited number of levels. Xelius caps payable unilevel team levels at eight. Referral commissions are paid out as a percentage of cash invested over these eight levels, as follows: level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 6% slevel 2 – 3% slevel 3 – 2% slevel 4 – 1% slevel 5 – 0.8 percent slevel 6 – 0.5 percent slevel 7 – 0.3 percent slevel 8 – 0.1 percent Representative level affiliates obtain somewhat higher referral commission rates. level 1–8% slevel 2–4% slevel 3–3% slevel 4–2% slevel 5–1% slevel 6–0.8% slevel 7–0.5% slevel 8–0.3% Note that Xelius does not publish representative qualification criteria. Joining Xelius Affiliate membership is free.
Full participation in the connected income opportunity requires a minimum $20 commitment. Xelius solicits investment using USD (Perfect Money) and several cryptocurrencies. Xelius Conclusion Xelius’ website is covered in space-themed images. There’s talk of “proprietary technologies”; jet eco-engines, nuclear engines, pulse detonation engines, nanosatellites, nanosensors, and so on. Naturally, there’s no evidence of any of this. It’s all a marketing gimmick to front for a Ponzi scam.
All the money that customers have invested in Xelius Innovation Limited is immediately invested in our technological improvements in order to be able to pay our claimed profitability to each of our clients as promptly as feasible. Consideration of the assertion above, taken from Xelius’ website, makes absolutely no sense. Innovation costs money; it doesn’t produce it. At least not directly — and certainly not at 3.5 percent per day. But of course, Xelius’ marketing claims aren’t designed to make sense.
It’s a dog and pony show aimed at separating you from your money. As it stands, the only provable source of revenue entering Xelius is new investment. Using new investments to pay daily returns makes Xelius a Ponzi scam. As with other MLM Ponzi scams, if affiliate recruitment dries up, so too will new investment.
This will starve Xelius of ROI revenue, eventually resulting in a collapse. Xelius’ exit-scam appears to be the lousy token route. To that end, XEL tokens were introduced on February 9th. Today we are notifying you that you may now withdraw the XEL token from wallets that support the BEP20 network and allow you to import the tokens. In particular, to withdraw the XEL token, you can utilize MetaMask, SafePal, and Trust Wallet.
XEL is a BEP20 coin produced on the Binance smartchain. BEP20 tokens take roughly 5 minutes to set up at minimal to no expense. Naturally, there’s little interest in XEL outside of Xelius. What will occur is that Xelius will utilize invested funds to acquire back XEL tokens from affiliates through trading.
This works until Xelius’ admins decide to pull the plug, leaving affiliates bagholding yet another useless MLM shitcoin.
The arithmetic underpinning Ponzi schemes guarantees that the majority of participants lose money.