Hello and welcome to the Auvoria Prime review.
You are probably wondering what is this company all about, whether it is legit or no. I am sure you are aware of many scams out there and one must be really careful when it comes to investing your own money.
So here we, go – by the end of this review, you will know the answer to your question of whether Auvoria Prime a Scam.
I am going to walk you through the company, which is the price to join, what products they offer, the pros and cons, and more.
Let’s get started.
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Auvoria Prime. This review is based on research and information available online in the public domain.
Any recommendation and conclusions are only opinions and may not apply to all persons or situations.
Table of Contents
- 1 Overview
- 2 Auvoria Prime Summary
- 3 What is Auvoria Prime?
- 4 Who Runs the Auvoria Prime?
- 5 Is Auvoria Prime a Pyramid Scheme?
- 6 How Much to Join the Auvoria Prime
- 7 Compensation Plan
- 8 Auvoria Prime Red Flags
- 9 Anything good about the Auvoria Prime?
- 10 What I like about Auvoria Prime
- 11 What I don’t like about Auvoria Prime
- 12 Is Auvoria Prime a Scam?
- 13 How to Get Started with Affiliate Marketing?
Name: Auvoria Prime
Price to Join: $10 to $59 per month
Recommended: No! It resembles a classical Ponzi Scheme – Read the full review.
I recommend Affiliate Marketing. Check the Pros and Cons of both business models (Affiliate Marketing vs. MLM).
What is Auvoria Prime?
Auvoria Prime is an MLM company in the Forex niche. This company offers tools and education so its members can make the right investment decisions.
So, you can learn how to trade, and if you want you can increase your income – Since this company operates as a Multi-Level marketing company, you can earn commissions from recruiting others.
Basically, there are two ways how to make money with the Auvoria Prime:
- Selling products
- Start recruiting people and building your team.
It seems like a great opportunity but let’s dig a bit deeper.
There are certainly some red flags, that are worth mentioning.
And I want to make one thing clear right at the beginning:
Auvoria Prime is just a rehash of another scam called Eaconomy. Eaconomy was a Ponzi scheme that was run by the same people who now run Auvoria Prime.
Who Runs the Auvoria Prime?
When you do research of a company and you are not sure whether you deal with a scammy one or not, always check who runs the company.
As a rule of thumb here is a simple procedure:
- In the 1st phase check whether there is a person in the “About” section or somewhere at the webpage.
- Check whether it is a real person or just an actor (like in the My Crypto Rev)
- If a company seems to have a legit team ( or CEO ) check the history of these people.
How about Auvoria Prime?
I already got into the 3rd phase so now it is time to check the history of these people.
It is always a good sign when we know who is behind the company, or who the CEO is.
Unlike the FBS, Auvoria Prime has a list of people who run the company, from coaches to the leadership.
Underneath each photo, you find a link to Facebook and Linkedin, so it is safe to assume that these are real people and not actors.
But let’s take a look at some of these individuals.
For instance, Sal Leto:
Sal Leto was involved in a Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors out of nearly 4 billion dollars.
This Ponzi scheme was called Oncecoin.
OneCoin was illegally promoted in the US but there are more legal issues with Oncecoin and a lot of information is available on Wikipedia.
But there is more.
When the OnceCoin did not work, Sal started to run another company called iPro Network. This company was sued by the SEC for more than $26 million.
Do you remember we have mentioned the company called Eaconomy?
Well, Sal Leto was Vice President of Operations there.
Let’s check another person.
He used to work as a consultant for Eaconomy back in 2019.
And the same goes for Bill Wynne, who is now Chief Technology Offices in Auvoria Prime.
This is not a coincidence.
These people just decide to create a new company but its purpose is the same.
Based on their past, it is just a matter of time until Auvoria Prime collapses.
I don’t know about you, but to me, this information alone makes me stay away from this company, regardless of the temporary success of some members.
Is Auvoria Prime a Pyramid Scheme?
A simple way of how to recognize a legitimate MLM from a pyramid scheme is to check whether there are retail products.
If the company has no products to sell, as for example MyBitcoinTube, it is most likely an outright pyramid scheme.
It is not always that straight forward, and in some cases, even a “legit” MLM can be considered a pyramid scheme.
(Especially after some investigation, that f.e. can be conducted by FTC).
This has happened to Young Living.
How about Auvoria Prime?
The company has tools and products to sell so it looks good at first sight.
But again, if there is more money to be made via recruiting than selling the actual retail product, it can be considered a pyramid scheme.
But there are more, to prove that this is just another scheme that is better to avoid.
How Much to Join the Auvoria Prime
Products that Auvoria Prime used to offer were slightly different than today.
Or at least, it is confusing.
When we go to the Products section, we see that there are 3 different ones.
Whatever product you choose you always end up to see only this selection:
The only available product is Airis and then you can access the Pass that costs $9 per month.
(It is not clear what the Access PAss means).
As of today writing, January 4th there are also a few other “products” if I can call them that way.
- Affiliate packages, with an option to pay the membership monthly, quarterly, or yearly. The price ranges from $10 per month to $120 per year.
- Miscellaneous – Gift cards that can be bought for a different price that ranges from $10 to $496.
I am not sure what it includes, since there is information about this card, whatsoever.
Compensation plans are very complicated and this is a common thing throughout most MLM companies.
Auvoria Prime is not an exception and I don’t want to waste your time going through all the details.
I am going to briefly introduce what is within the compensation plan, and in case you are curious about what is in it, you can check this link.
(It is in a doc google format).
In order to become a member, it is necessary to buy one of the Auvoria Prime product and yet be able to pay for the membership monthly.
We have checked the price of Airis – it is $59 per month.
The cost for a yearly membership will be then $788 – with activation and Academy access fee.
That’s not all.
In order to get the commissions from recruiting, this member has to sell 3 different packages to either retail customer or recruit at least 3 people.
Each MLM company has its own ranking system, and Auvoria Prime has 11 different ranks.
Here s the list:
- Active Affiliate
- Visionary 600
- Visionary 1,500
- Icon 3,000
- Icon 5,000
- Icon 10,000
- Auvorian 25K
- Auvorian 50K
- Auvorian 100K
- Auvorian Legend
I am sure you know that higher ranks have higher earning potential, but it also means a bigger team (or downline).
In reality, selling these products is not easy, so people try to build their team and earn money from recruiting. Then they are paid by payments of new recruits and it goes on and on.
The bottom line is, if there are no new recruits, there is no income and the entire system collapses.
It strongly resembles a Ponzi Scheme.
Auvoria Prime Red Flags
I believe that everyone who wants to invest his or her money should be aware of all the aspects of a specific company.
That is why here is a shortlist of red flags that I can come up with.
- The lawsuit – A company called Eaconomy did sue Auvoria Prime.
But in December 2020, the case was dropped.
- Sketchy history of the people who run the company, especially Sal who has been in proven pyramid schemes in the last 6 years.
- Banned in the USA
- There is no trading bot that earns returns. The only money that flows into the company is from new recruits.
With that being said, Auvoria Prime is not a company that I want to get involved in, nor I recommend it to join.
Sure there are people who claim otherwise, but they only promote Auvoria Prime.
I believe you get the picture already.
Anything good about the Auvoria Prime?
Forex trading can be very risky.
And I am glad that they mention that fact on their website.
The fact is that a lot of people see only high returns and they don’t consider the other side of investing.
In many cases, they rely on companies like Auvoria Prime or IM Mastery Academy.
There are better and safe ways how to make money and I have chosen affiliate marketing.
There is no need to invest (a lot of) money, and the only things you need are patience, a bit of time, and proper education.
Once a person has a consistent income (in this case online) he or she can and should start thinking about investing.
I believe the safest way would be to invest in S&P 500 stocks.
What I like about Auvoria Prime
- They do have a Risk Disclaimer
What I don’t like about Auvoria Prime
- The sketchy history of the Executives
- Banned in the US
- Too expensive membership
- Most likely a Ponzi Scheme
Is Auvoria Prime a Scam?
Yes, and I believe we have covered a lot regarding the Auvoria Prime.
Founders and people who run this company have a dodgy past. What are the odds that this will end up the same way?
Auvoria Prime is not going to last for long. It is a matter of months (mostly 2 years) but eventually, this will collapse.
People who currently run this company will move on and will create a new one, with even more sophisticated techniques so they can lure in new victims.
Remember that, when it comes to investment, keep in mind this golden rule:
- Don’t invest more than you can afford to lose
In case you have questions about Auvoria Prime, or you have already experienced a similar scam, please use the comment section below. Share your story, so we can help other people to save their money.
Thank you for reading,