Note: If you haven’t read part 1 of this Unison Wealth article, click here to read it now.
Actually the correct title is: Does anyone really know who is behind Unison Wealth? Here’s why:
When the domain name was first registered, it was registered to:
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: SIDHANATH SING
Registrant Organization: UNISON
Registrant Street: 439, JHARKAND
Registrant City: DHANBAD
Registrant State/Province: MAHARASHTRA
Registrant Postal Code: 120078
Registrant Country: IN
But before the program launched all the registration information was changed to private. Simply meaning they didn’t want anyone knowing who is behind Unison Wealth. This alone should be a major red flag to you. After all it is your money they are asking you to give them to pay you, so why all the secrecy for such a “legitimate” company as they like to portray themselves. But it gets even better.
So let’s just take that Sidhanath Sing is the admin of Unison Wealth. Actually several people have credited him with being the admin of Unison Wealth. The only problem is that questions have been raised about the address given when the initial domain registration took place is a bogus address.
Sidhanath Sing’s Revealing Statement
Now let’s talk about Sidhanath Sing. To do so I must remind you of a statement about the introduction of the program on Money Maker Group the claim was made about a matrix program that, and I quote:
“3 Years Ago A Cycler “PAID THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS” TO Members PASSIVELY For Months!”
So why is this important? Well, three years ago there was another matrix program that claimed to do most of the things that Unison Wealth says it is offering called The Golden Path. This program was launched back in March of 2012, hmm about 3 years ago, and only lasted until around August before they had payment problems and it disappeared in late September. OK, so what does this have to do with Sidhanath Sing? Well the person whom they gave credit to for developing the program and was the mod for the program was none other than Sidhanath Sing. If you compare the two programs you will see it has his M.O. all over Unison Wealth.
Sidhanath Sing – No Stranger To Ponzis
Between being the mod for The Golden Path and now launching Unison Wealth, Sidnanath has been no stranger to Ponzi’s. He was one of India’s top promoters of the Banners Broker Ponzi which got in legal trouble in India. About the time Banners Broker encountered all its legal problems in India, Sidhanath Sing suddenly moved and it is now claimed he is living in Oman. Kind of makes you wonder why the sudden change of address doesn’t it?
So now we know that all registration of Unison Wealth is hidden from public view, and as stated in part one, since not only is Unison Wealth an illegal pyramid scheme it is also a security/investment. This means it must be registered with the SEC and whoever the admin or someone official is in the organization must also be registered and licensed to sell securities with FINRA. Of course neither of these registrations exist, or for that matter is Unison Wealth registered to do business anywhere it is accepting members; which makes it an illegal program in its own right.
But here’s the real problem: You have no clue where your money is going or what it is being used for besides the promise they will pay you a 440+% rate of return. They are private for a reason.
They don’t want anyone knowing who is all behind this program or what they are up to with the money. That should be a major red flag.
Suckers Wanted – How the Game is Played
But as one poster put it to me, and I quote: “Does anyone really care LOL. We’re all making money here and the smart folk who play these money games know the game. Gotta love good Ponzies.” Or as another put it, and I quote: “Who care who the admin is or where does he located??? We are making money and we are happy.”
Now what the first quote said is exactly how these programs work. Did you catch it? Here’s what I am talking about: “The smart folk who play these money games know the game” and they are right. They know you get in early and get out early. You sucker the uneducated about how this game is played by telling them how great the program is, how honest the admin is, it is paying, it will last a long time, etc., etc., and sadly these are the ones that will lose all their money. And yes to the promoters and players in this arena, it is a game. They just don’t tell you how the game is played. For if they did you wouldn’t play.
You see you really don’t know where you are in the matrix. You only know what the admin shows where you are in the matrix. That does not mean that is your real position. As the saying goes, most of the time it is nothing more than just numbers on a screen. This was the partial title of a book written by a good friend about the PIPS saga back in 2004-2005 that was a huge Ponzi run out of Malaysia. They do this to keep you in the game and believing in the program that you will get paid over and over, when it is all a smoke screen and not real.
How Much Longer Will Unison Wealth Continue to Pay?
The truth is no-one knows how much longer Unison Wealth will continue to pay except the admin. I have provided my best guess estimate based on the numbers and the amount of money being put into Unison Wealth, but it is just that a guess. It could collapse next month if they feel the authorities might pounce on them, or until the end of the year. This should also be a major red flag to you not knowing how much longer it will last. I can tell you that for every day that goes by, the shorter the time frame is before they do run with the money if the authorities don’t shut them down
Remember, every time a new member joins, the number of people needed to pay these new members is at least 44 new members joining. Let’s say that there are 120 new members who join now. That means for all 120 to get paid there has to be at least 5280 people who must join for this 120 to get paid. Do you think this will happen? See what I mean how each new member makes the liabilities go up exponentially?
Let me now go back to what I mentioned in part one about The Achieve Community. Their promise was for every $50 you invested with them, they would pay you $400, a return of 800%. This meant that for every member joining, they had to have 8 new members joining. So using the same number of new members of 120, this meant that for those 120 to get paid, Achieve had to have 960 new members joining. See how it makes no difference what the rate of return is that for the new member joining how many other new members it takes for them to get paid.
Now you are probably wondering why I chose 120 new members in both examples. It is very simple, 120 is the number of new members that Unison Wealth said that had joined in the last 24 hours. This illustrates why these matrix programs cannot last for any long length of time as the numbers totally overwhelm their ability to keep paying as promised.
To stop the damaging effect of the members that “hit and run”, a new withdrawal policy was implemented according to a partial Admin Update which said:
“At UnisonWealth, it is our responsibility to ensure that the mistakes done by other programs are not done here and that is what makes a program different from others. One of such “In-built Errors” in most of the passive programs is that they are not balanced in respect of distribution of income amongst the members. Though, we have designed our system in a manner that this doesn’t happen in UnisonWealth but there is always a room for improvement. Therefore, we areimplementing a New Withdrawal policy with immediate effect.
As per the new policy, ONLY after a member who has recovered his/her amount deposited, he/she will get 67% paid of their withdrawal requested, 3% will be deducted towards Withdrawal Fee and balance 30% will go in their own PIF wallet. Therefore, until you recover your amount deposited, there is no deduction apart from the 3% withdrawal processing fee and it is only the members in profit, a part of whose withdrawals will go in their PIF Wallets.
This policy is necessary to balance the system as it will result in the members in profit supporting the system even more as they will either buy more subs from the funds in PIF Wallet or PIF other members. In any case, more and more subs will be bought as members in profit would be forced to buy maximum subs allowed. At the same time, the members, who are yet to recover the amount deposited by them, will be completely unaffected from this policy as they will be entitled to withdraw 100% (minus 3% fee) till they are in profit. This will really set up the program being a level playing field for those who have just joined and, therefore, result in amazing growth and longevity of the program. This program has worked FLAWLESSLY from the beginning.”
Before I explain what they were really saying, let me ask you a question: If this truly has been working flawlessly from the very beginning, why would they need this new rule? The claim was this owner/admin had thought of it all and solved all the problems with a matrix program lasting any length of time when it launched.
Heres’ What They Really said:
If we don’t put a stop to paying 100% of what we promise to pay you this will collapse a lot faster than we thought. We have to keep as much money in the program as long as possible to keep the illusion we are a real program and keep paying. This allows us to suck in many more people so we can keep going a little longer before we run with the money.
For if you truly believe that you can give Unison Wealth $35, do nothing, and they will pay you $1545 you have to suspend all logic, common sense and mathematics.
The Truth About Unison Wealth
Despite all the claims by Unison Wealth and their promoters how “different, unique, and visionary” Unison Wealth is, they are the same old matrix program with a new dress and new lipstick trying to pass itself off as the newest and greatest evolution of matrix programs. Just look up The Golden Path and you will see what I mean. The only difference between The Golden Path and Unison Wealth is the entry fee to join. You see the entry fee in The Golden Path was just $2, which is magically what a mini sub goes for in Unison Wealth. A Coincidence? I think not, but you be the judge.
Note: If you haven’t read part 1 of this Unison Wealth article, click here to read it now.