On its website, SuperDeal lacks ownership and leadership information.
As I write this, Super Deal’s website consists just of an affiliate login page.
Ironically, despite the utter lack of transparency, the meta description of SuperDeal’s website is;
The seasoned investment team at Super Deal seeks to deliver transparent, ethical investing to everyone.
The domain name for the SuperDeal website (“super deal .pro”) was privately registered on October 6, 2022.
If an MLM firm is not transparent about who runs or controls it, you should always think twice before joining and/or contributing money.
Products of SuperDeal
SuperDeal does not sell any goods or services.
Affiliates may only promote affiliate membership with SuperDeal.
Plan of compensation for SuperDeal
Affiliates of SuperDeal invest at least 5,000 Ugandan shillings (denoted as UGX).
This is performed with the expectation of a 30% daily ROI.
SuperDeal provides referral commissions on invested monies in three unilevel levels:
level 1 (affiliates individually recruited) – 8%
level 2 – 2% level 3 – 1%
SuperDeal’s affiliate membership is free to join.
Targeting Uganda, SuperDeal is a low-effort Ponzi scheme.
BPAL Technologies LTD, a locally registered shell firm, processes investments.
BPAL Technologies LTD. has undergone some effort. The firm is described on an associated website as
Intelligent Electronic Platform for Receiving and Making Payments.
Beyond moving Ponzi money out of Uganda, it does not appear that BPAL Technologies has any business activity.
If the fraudsters behind SuperDeal were able to truly produce 30% each day constantly, they would not be providing you with free access.
I can promise that at 30% per day they would keep the golden goose to themselves.
The only thing SuperDeal is doing is recycling invested funds to pay withdrawals, which will fail when recruiting slows.
In addition to being a low-effort company, SuperDeal is likely on the verge of collapse at a rate of 30% every day.
The introduction of SuperDeal in early October coincided with the fall of BLQ Football, a “click-button” Ponzi scheme that led to significant losses in Uganda.
Convince enough BLQ Football investors to invest in SuperDeal, collapse the Ponzi scheme, and double-scam the investors.
As Ugandans witnessed with BLQ Football, the mathematics underlying MLM Ponzi schemes ensure that the majority of participants lose money.