Supposedly, members can earn money from the company based on cloud mining, digital assets, and the like. Outside of the crypto aspects though, Tonedy is mostly the usual affiliate recruitment portal.
It merely starts with a section about crypto investments, but the actual revenue eventually trickles down to the number of people investing in the packages.
Starting an investment project that integrates digital assets, crypto staking, and bitcoin mining requires a reputable company roadmap or at least basic SEC license.
Our Tonedy Review finds a different thing entirely about the site. Instead of the usual exec info, which would provide solid backup for those looking for plausible reasons to invest in the company, it provides nothing about the execs.
You can search the entire website without ever coming across any reliable info that connects Tonedy to any crypto company. It is also not referenced or affiliated with firms that offer actual crypto services.
How Does It Work?
Tonedy works much like the typical MLM ROI-tied gigs, offering only the membership side of the businesses.
However, it doesn’t just stop with investment tiers. The company publishes mining stats and charts showing the revenue flow.
So far, no single Tonedy Review has been available — not even from sponsored PRs — about the company’s investments. For that matter, the actual figures published on the site are doctored.
This is mostly the problem with these passive profit platforms run by anonymous owners. It usually offers complex schemes, provides little or no detail about the operators, and claims to be legal, yet it wouldn’t publish any reliable audit detailing profit flow.
In this Tonedy Review, we outline the downsides of this company, including a few gimmicks copped from typical proxies. See below for details.
Tonedy Review | Issues with the Affiliate Packages
Although an investment package need not depend on other affiliate programs run by a company, Tonedy ties the entire affiliate cache to the investments generated from the affiliates’ downlines — this is mostly calculable from the unilevel and binary grids.
Before we get to the actual issues with the whole scheme, here is a quick description of the affiliate compensation grid, from which the referral downline ROIs are worked out.
If a member works on the referral grid, the person gets paid based on the accumulated earnings from an affiliate unilevel plan.
An affiliate gets the top position. The affiliate’s referrals get the positions in level 1, which is directly below the top affiliate.
Unilevel Level 1 referrals can occupy as many positions as the top affiliate is able to recruit, and this similarly applies to each of the referrals at this level.
Subsequent levels are also filled in the same way, making the whole sequence theoretically infinite. But usually, there is a cap, after which Tonedy affiliates will have to withdraw their earnings and reinvest in the program.
This would be a fine plan to work with, save for a few problems, which we outline.
Our Tonedy Review finds similar UI designs used by known scammers on Tonedy. Apparently, the site has been rehashed from a previous iteration, which probably used the same pitch as the current version of the site.
Coupled with the fact that Tonedy is run anonymously, the clone issue gets scary, despite any high ROIs promised by the execs.
Why would anyone expect to earn 1.8% per day from a company run by practical ghosts? That’s a recipe for a financial wreck.
Forged Mining Stats
The next part of the company that gets on our Tonedy Review is the doctored stats supposedly showing revenue from Tonedy-owned mining rigs. You can see some of these from the company’s sponsored PRs.
Under no circumstance does an improvised revenue chart substitute a reliable audit about profits generated from mining cryptocurrencies.
Here is a clip from the advertised ROI script.
Once you invest in the basic affiliate package (the entry fee is also low for this tier), you get only one percent (1%) per day.
Those who invest one notch up the tier get to access a package that pays 1.8% per day — this would accrue up to eighteen percent (18%) on a plan that lasts ten (10) days.
Continuing this pattern up to the highest package guarantees that the advertised ROIs run into thousands. And that’s where the affiliate plan becomes untenable.
Offers Impossible Staking Features
Unlike other features provided by the company, our Tonedy Review finds an odd entry that allows members to stake bitcoin. That is not possible because the BTC blockchain doesn’t support that functionality.
How does Tonedy hope to implement this feature, then? Perhaps, it would revert to cloning stats from its previous iterations.
If there have been any profits from the supposed staking on Tonedy, no user feedbacks are available on most BTC Staking communities. So, this boils down to an insignificant firm offering high ROIs despite not generating any profits from bitcoin staking.
How to Join Tonedy
Those looking to sign up on the platform can use the following membership registration procedure.
- Click on the menu icon — select sign-up from the drop-down menu.
- Specify the membership type you wish to join.
- Enter your relevant details as prompted by the onscreen cue.
- Click on Sign-up.
Subsequently, the following sign-in procedure (ref. the section below) typically works for those who wish to access the login page.
How to Login to Tonedy
Tonedy Review — the affiliates don’t have to request a sign-in portal since they already have the referral link (this allows them to access the dashboard directly without using the website).
On the official website, click on the Homepage menu.
Also, click on the membership options — select login from the drop-down menu.
Now, enter your CoinBot Login details.
Lastly, click on the membership login icon.
Tonedy is not a legit platform. Don’t invest in the untenable affiliate plan. Despite promising to provide crypto investments that could generate profits for the affiliates, Tonedy reverts to a common MLM scheme.
Tonedy Review Verdict:
The passive ROI advertised by Tonedy is untenable.