Beware of RSF Holdings – Review

On its website, RSF Holdings doesn’t list who owns the company or who runs it.

The domain name for RSF Holdings’ website, “rsfholdings.com,” was registered for the first time in 2008. The last change to the registration was made in September 2021.

This is about when the person or people who own RSF Holdings took over the domain. The current website for RSF Holdings went live in or around December 2021.

Before September 2021, the domain for RSF Holdings was owned by a company that made software for schools.

We can tell from this that RSF Holdings did not exist before late 2021.

Even though this is true, RSF Holdings uses the year the domain was first registered as its launch date.

RSF Holdings is one of the best income investment managers in the world. With our start in Wilmington, Delaware, in 2008.

On the RSF Holdings website, there is a corporate address for Wilmington, Delaware. Regus offers a service called a “virtual office” that has this address.

If an MLM company isn’t clear about who owns or runs it, you should always think twice before joining or giving them any money.

Products made by RSF Holdings
RSF Holdings has no goods or services that can be sold.

Affiliates can only promote their own RSF Holdings affiliate membership.

The pay plan for RSF Holdings
Affiliates of RSF Holdings invest money in the hopes of getting the returns that are advertised:

Growth Fund: If you invest $100 or more, you’ll get 1.4% back. Mutual Equity: If you invest $5,000 or more, you’ll get 1.86 percent back. Annuity Portfolio: If you invest $50,000 or more, you’ll get 2.32 percent back. Dividend Trust: If you invest $100,000 or more, you’ll get 2.8 percent back.
Vanguard Capital: 3.26% return on investments of $250,000 or more.
Provident Endowment: Invest $500,000 or more and get a 3.72 percent return. Reserve Endowment: Invest $1,000,000 or more and get a 4.62 percent return. Capital Hedge: Invest $5,000,000 and get a 9.32 percent return.
For nine months, returns are paid out three times a week. After nine months, you have to put money back into the business to keep making money.

The MLM part of RSF Holdings makes money when affiliate investors are brought in.

RSF Holdings gives referral commissions down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):

10% for level 1 (affiliates you recruited yourself)
level 2 – 5% level 3 – 2.5%
Joining RSF Holdings
Joining RSF Holdings as an affiliate seems to be free.

To fully take part in the attached income opportunity, you must invest at least $100.

RSF Holdings: The End
RSF Asset Management is how RSF Holdings says it makes money from outside sources.

RSF Asset Management is the world’s top manager of alternative assets. It has over $27 billion in real estate, infrastructure, renewable power, private equity, and credit under its care.

This claim fails the logic of a Ponzi scheme. What does RSF Holdings need your money for if it already has $27 billion in assets?

Even a small amount of the $27 billion in assets that are liquidated, invested and compounded at 9.32% paid three times a week grows quickly.

Also, if we believe RSF Holdings when they say they are based in the US, the investment opportunity is a securities offering.

In the US, you have to register with the SEC if you want to sell or promote securities. Neither RSF Holdings nor RSF Asset Management is registered in the SEC’s Edgar database.

Because it’s a Ponzi scheme, the way RSF Holdings does business makes no sense. RSF Holdings uses the money from new investments to pay back old investors.

As with all MLM Ponzi schemes, new money will stop coming in once affiliate income stops.

This will stop ROI from making money, which will eventually cause RSF Holdings to fail.

The math behind Ponzi schemes makes it clear that most people will lose money when they fail.

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