Fusion Xperience fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website.
I’m aware of two website domains attached to Fusion Xperience:
- “fusionprotocol.io” – privately registered on June 12th, 2022
- “fusionexchange.io” – privately registered on June 12th, 2022
Fusion Xperience cites Raphael Peter (aka Raphael Peters) as “facilitator” of the company.
Peter is based out of Texas in the US and, as far as I can tell, is running Fusion Xperience.
Other names tied to Fusion Xperience include:
- Serah Julian (aka Sassy Entrepreneur, Miss Sassy) in Jamaica
- Bill Trimble in the UK
- Dennis Edafiogho in Nigeria
- “Mr. Bobby” – cited as Fusion Xperience’s lead developer
- Rashid Gary in the US
- Chris Clark (aka Coach Chris) in the US
While Raphel Peter is running Fusion Xperience, its FaceBook page is primarily managed from Nigeria and the UK:
Circa 2018 Peter was promoting the weight loss MLM Total Life Changes. By late 2020 Peters had begun promoting fraudulent investment opportunities:
That leads into Peter launching Fusion Xperience in late 2022.
Despite marketing efforts, Fusion Xperience only appears to have taken off in the US.
SimilarWeb tracks a few thousand visits to “fusionprotocol.io” a month (5100 visits in November down from 10,700 visits in September).
Top sources of traffic to “fusionprotocol.io” are currently the UAE (34%), Ukraine (34%) and Denmark (31%).
SimilarWeb tracked 88,200 visits to “fusionexchange.io” in November, up from 2600 in October.
65% of website traffic to “fusionexchange.io” originates from the US. Canada and Nigeria trail behind at 11% and 9% respectively.
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.
Fusion Xperience’s Products
Fusion Xperience has no retailable products or services.
Affiliates are only able to market Fusion Xperience affiliate membership itself.
Fusion Xperience’s Compensation Plan
Fusion Xperience affiliates invest $10 or more in tether (USDT). This is done on the promise of a passive daily variable ROI.
Note that Fusion Xperience affiliates only have a 20 minute window to withdraw. There is a global daily $10,000 withdrawal limit.
The MLM side of Fusion Xperience pays on recruitment of affiliate investors.
Fusion Xperience pays referral commissions on daily returns paid down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):
- level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 20%
- level 2 – 10%
- level 3 – 5%
Fusion Xperience rewards affiliates for generating downline investment volume as follows:
- generate $500,000 USDT investment volume across three unilevel team levels and receive $5000 a month
- generate $1,000,000 in USDT investment volume across three unilevel team levels and receive $10,000 a month
- generate $2,000,000 in USDT investment volume across three unilevel team levels and receive $20,000 a month
- generate $3,000,000 in USDT investment volume across three unilevel team levels and receive $30,000 a month
Joining Fusion Xperience
Fusion Xperience affiliate membership is $1.
Full participation in the attached income opportunity requires a minimum $10 investment in USDT.
Fusion Xperience Conclusion
Fusion Xperience is your typical “trading bot” MLM Ponzi scheme.
For a minimum of just $10 you can get started. Our in-house bots that were built with the latest AI technology will scan 24/7 for the best trades and you will profit from them daily.
Returns are purportedly 25% of daily returns generated by Fusion Xperience’s “in-house bots”.
No specific information about Fusion Xperience’s “in-house bots”, including who created them, is provided. This is a major red flag.
On the regulatory front Fusion Xperience states;
Fusion Xperience is registered in USA and Nigeria, while registration in other regions are on-going, taking cognisance of regulatory and policy issues.
In a November 30th marketing video uploaded to Fusion Xperience’s official YouTube channel, “Mr. Bobby” provides shell company incorporation details for Fusion Xperience Global LTD in Nigeria.
Fusion Xperience Global LTD has purportedly also been registered with Nigeria’s Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering.
For the purpose of MLM due-diligence, both these documents are meaningless.
Fusion Xperience’s passive investment opportunity constitutes a securities offering.
This requires Fusion Xperience to register with financial regulators.
In the US this is the SEC. In Nigeria it’s the Nigerian SEC.
Fusion Xperience provides no evidence it has registered with the Nigerian SEC.
In the US, the SEC’s Edgar database is publicly searchable. Neither Fusion Xperience or Raphael Peter are registered with the SEC.
Why does this matter? For starters it means Fusion Xperience are committing securities fraud. MLM companies committing securities fraud do so because they aren’t doing what they claim to be.
In this case that is Fusion Xperience using trading revenue to pay returns.
Furthermore registering with financial regulators requires Fusion Xperience to file periodic financial audits. This is the only way to verify trading revenue is being used to fund withdrawals.
Fusion Xperience hasn’t registered with financial regulators because it’s running a Ponzi scheme. New affiliates invest and Fusion Xperience uses that tether to pay off earlier investors.
As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dries up so too will new investment.
This will starve Fusion Xperience of ROI revenue, eventually prompting a collapse.
Fusion Xperience’s exit-scam of choice appears to be their yet-to-be-launched FUSN token.
FUSN token details aren’t provided but there is a defunct link to “buy FUSN” on Fusion Xperience’s website.
Presumably FUSN will be launched at a later date. When the time comes, withdrawals will be switched over to FUSN – ultimately leaving investors bagholding yet another worthless Ponzi coin.
The math behind Ponzi schemes guarantees that when they collapse, the majority of investors lose money.