Beware of Fusion Xperience – Review

Fusion Xperience’s website doesn’t have information about who owns the company or who runs it.

I know that Fusion Xperience is linked to two website domains:

“” was registered privately on June 12, 2022.
“” was registered privately on June 12, 2022.
Raphael Peter (also known as Raphael Peters) is called the “facilitator” of the company by Fusion Xperience.

Peter lives in Texas, which is in the United States, and as far as I can tell, he is in charge of Fusion Xperience.

Fusion Xperience is also known by the following names:

Serah Julian (aka Sassy Entrepreneur, Miss Sassy) in Jamaica
In the UK, Bill Trimble
Dennis Edafiogho in Nigeria
Rashid Gary, the lead developer of Fusion Xperience, is called “Mr. Bobby” in the US.
In the US, Chris Clark is known as “Coach Chris.”
Raphael Peter is in charge of Fusion Xperience, but most of its Facebook page is run from Nigeria and the UK:

Peter was promoting the weight loss MLM Total Life Changes around the year 2018. By the end of 2020, Peters had started to sell fake investment opportunities:

So, by the end of 2022, Peter is ready to start Fusion Xperience.

Even though marketing has been done, Fusion Xperience only seems to be popular in the US.

“” gets a few thousand visits a month, according to SimilarWeb (5100 visits in November down from 10,700 visits in September).

At the moment, the UAE (34%), Ukraine (34%), and Denmark (31%) send the most people to “”

In November, 88,200 people went to “,” up from 2,600 in October.

65% of the people who visit the website “” are from the US. At 11% and 9%, Canada and Nigeria are the last two countries.

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.

Fusion Xperience’s Products
Fusion Xperience has no products or services that can be sold.

Affiliates can only market the affiliate membership to Fusion Xperience.

Fusion Xperience’s Compensation Plan
Affiliates of Fusion Xperience put at least $10 into tether (USDT). This is done because of the promise of a passive daily variable ROI.

Affiliates of Fusion Xperience should know that they only have 20 minutes to withdraw their money. There is a daily withdrawal limit of $10,000 around the world.

The MLM part of Fusion Xperience makes money when affiliate investors are brought in.

Commissions for referrals
Fusion Xperience gives commissions for referrals based on daily returns. These commissions are paid down three levels of recruitment (unilevel):

level 1 (affiliates you recruited yourself): 20%
level 2 – 10% level 3 – 5%
Leadership Rewards Fusion Xperience gives affiliates the following for bringing in a lot of money from their downlines:

generate $500,000 in USDT investment volume across three unilevel team levels and get $5,000 a month. Generate $1,000,000 in USDT investment volume across three unilevel team levels and get $10,000 a month.
generate $2,000,000 in USDT investment volume across three unilevel team levels and get $20,000 a month. generate $3,000,000 in USDT investment volume across three unilevel team levels and get $30,000 a month.
Taking part in Fusion Xperience
Membership in Fusion Xperience as an affiliate costs $1.

To fully take part in the attached income opportunity, you must invest at least $10 in USDT.

Fusion Xperience Conclusion
Fusion Xperience is a typical MLM Ponzi scheme that uses “trading bots.”

You can start out with as little as $10. Our own AI-powered bots will look for the best trades 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and you will make money every day from them.

Returns are said to be 25% of the daily returns made by “in-house bots” at Fusion Xperience.

No specific information, such as who made the “in-house bots” at Fusion Xperience, is given. This is a very big warning sign.

On the subject of rules and regulations, Fusion Xperience says;

Fusion Xperience is registered in the United States and Nigeria, and registration is still going on in other places, taking into account rules and policies.

In a marketing video posted to Fusion Xperience’s official YouTube channel on November 30, “Mr. Bobby” talks about how Fusion Xperience Global LTD was set up as a shell company in Nigeria.

The Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering in Nigeria is also said to have registered Fusion Xperience Global LTD.

Both of these documents mean nothing when it comes to MLM due diligence.

The chance to invest in Fusion Xperience without doing anything is an offering of securities.

This means that Fusion Xperience needs to sign up with the financial authorities.

In the US, this is done by the SEC. In Nigeria, the Nigerian SEC is in charge.

Fusion Xperience doesn’t show any proof that it has signed up with the Nigerian SEC.

In the US, anyone can search the SEC’s Edgar database. The SEC has not registered either Fusion Xperience or Raphael Peter.

What’s the point? First of all, it means that Fusion Xperience is lying to investors. Securities fraud is something that MLM companies do when they don’t do what they say they do.

In this case, that means that Fusion Xperience is using money from trading to pay back investors.

Also, registering with financial regulators means that Fusion Xperience has to send in regular audits of its finances. This is the only way to make sure that money made from trading is being used to pay for withdrawals.

Fusion Xperience is running a Ponzi scheme, so it hasn’t registered with the government. Fusion Xperience uses the money from new investors to pay back earlier investors.


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

This will stop Fusion Xperience from getting ROI money, which will eventually cause it to fail.

The FUSN token, which hasn’t even been released yet, seems to be Fusion Xperience’s choice for their exit scam.

Details about the FUSN token are not given, but the Fusion Xperience website has a broken link to “buy FUSN.”

Most likely, FUSN will come out at a later time. When the time comes, FUSN will be used for withdrawals instead of FUSN, leaving investors with yet another worthless Ponzi coin.

Because Ponzi schemes are based on math, when they fail, most investors will lose money.

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