VidiLook Review — you can earn up to thirty percent (30%) as daily profit for just watching sponsored ads, video clips, and other materials run by the company.
It claims to be a blockchain platform somehow affiliated with Sequoia Captial and KC Company. Also, there is a section about the location of the company being in Silicon Valley, U.S.A., although most of these details are largely unverified.
Based on some updates from VidiLook Review posts online, the platform is mostly based out in Dubai. Most of its traffic comes from outside Dubai, though.
On the executive end is Sam Lee, who has possibly been into multi-level marketing for a time, considering the hype and PR gig.
There are other promoters running PRs for the platforms using several catchphrases (daily returns, passive profits, etc.). As seen on one of the webinars,
“We are an investment platform. We are creating multiple investments for people to hop into. We’re giving some really good daily returns.”
Regarding the company roadmap,
Vidilook is supposedly run by an offshore funding establishment, KadoKawa. Further, there is a partnership with Detsu, which is claimed to have listed products valued at up to millions of dollars on retailers like Amazon; tech giant, Sony; and social media platform, Facebook.
Moreover, there is a different aspect to the company, involving several webinars intended to boost StableDAO as a viable branch. Gobi claims to be the face behind the program for the UK chapter, although most of these claims remain unverified to this point.
If you looking for reliable closure on the history of the execs behind VidiLook, read up on Sam Lee’s MLM history. Before starting the current iteration of the blockchain-themed affiliate program, Sam Lee ran PRs for a fraudulent scheme known as HyperTech.
After some time, other proxies were created for the brand — cue HyperFund, primarily run by Sam Lee, and HyperTech run by Ryan Xu.
Those who keep a tab on these companies’ aftermath would know quite well how the execs botched the business, got on the wrong side of the law, and literally became fugitives.
Despite losing control of their scam companies, these men would attempt to rebrand and rehash the same template. Brands like Hyperverse and HyperCash were also part of the fraudulent conglomerate.
Our VidiLook Review doesn’t find any features that are overtly like the ones used on these Hyper proxies. Regardless, some programs and affiliate reward cycles offered by VidiLook don’t seem tenable at all. See details in this VidiLook Review.
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VidiLook Review | Compensation Plan | How It Works
So, how does the VidiLook membership plan work? It isn’t just the basic MLM cycler stuff. The company offers more than affiliate investment packages.
Members would have to download the mobile app provided on the official website (the app has APK versions). Afterward, they can retrieve sponsored video ads, click on the play icon, and watch the videos. These are just all the requirements for using the app.
Doesn’t this sound like a tasking routine? Obviously, it looks as if the company is using the wrong tag for a feature. Most tasking gigs would similarly require the members to watch videos and earn money.
If you wish to start on any program, you will have to invest the applicable entry amount in USDT. Below is how this works.
Affiliate Ranks and Referral Commissions
Our VidiLook Review finds up to five (5) Affiliate Ranks in this scheme, each with a specific entry investment threshold.
So, to start on a package, the criteria per Affiliate Rank must be met.
- Recruit at least three (3) people to the Advanced tier and qualify for Expert
- Recruit at least three (3) people to the Intermediate tier and qualify for Advanced
- Recruit at least three (3) people to the Novice tier and qualify for Intermediate
- Recruit at least three ten (10) people as VidiLook affiliates, each one generating up to 700 USDT
- Lastly, you can join the Affiliate rank by merely signing up for the program.
Below are the corresponding commissions per tier-ed USDT investment by the affiliate’s downlines.
30% Referral Commission — goes for a 4-Star or 3-Star investment and recruitments of at least five (5) affiliates.
25% Referral Commission — goes for a 4-Star or 3-Star investment and recruitments of at least four (4) affiliates.
20% Referral Commission — goes for a 4-Star or 3-Star investment and recruitments of at least three (3) affiliates.
15% Referral Commission — goes for a 4-Star or 3-Star investment and recruitments of at least two (2) affiliates.
10% Referral Commission — goes for a 4-Star or 3-Star investment and recruitments of at least one (1) affiliate.
Based on this scheme, earnings are calculable from downlines (personally recruited members mostly) and investments made by the affiliate.
The actual profits accrued on each investment package (Compensation Plan) payout earnings in Vidilook tokens or VDL.
4-Star Position (1500 USDT) — earns you three percent (3%) daily with a $7500 cap
3-Star Position (500 USDT) — earns you three percent (3%) daily with a $2000 cap
2-Star Position (150 USDT) — earns you three percent (3%) daily with a $450 cap
1-Star Position (50 USDT) — earns you three percent (3%) daily with a $200 cap
VidiLook Review | Commissions from Unilevel Grid
Apart from the above ROI-tied ranking schemes, our VidiLook Review finds a unilevel grid ROI-tied commission. For newbies to this sort of scheme, unilevels are a sort of weighting factor, used by MLMs to allocate bonuses from profits accumulated by referrals.
It works like this.
Once a member refers several or more people (i.e., personal recruits) to the platform, the person gets the top position. The recruited members then take up the first Level (Level 1).
Each person can refer other people as well and earn downlines (entered in as many positions as the number of new recruits). So, unlike the binary cycler (which allows two positions per entry), a unilevel doesn’t restrict the available positions to only two spots.
In this case, VidiLook only pays down to three (3) levels.
3% — goes to affiliates on Level 3
5% — goes to affiliates on Level 2
15% — goes to affiliates on Level 1 for personally recruited members
But can you truly make profits from this sort of investment scheme? The short answer Is NO. See our Vidilook Review conclusion below for details.
Conclusion | Is It Legit?
VidiLook claims to be pro-blockchain, offering an unpopular token as the designated in-platform cryptocurrency. According to the platform, one only needs to watch the sponsored ads to earn daily profits on each program. That’s where the problems lie.
If a company is going to run a tasking regimen as a primary revenue source, why does it also require members to invest in a package to be eligible for the ROIs?
Two answers come to mind.
- VidiLook might be using it to service debts and itinerary costs
- Alternatively, VidiLook doesn’t generate any revenue from whatever gig the ads represent but does so from the investments from affiliates.
A glance through the reward cycles and bonus grids littered on the site gives a hint as to which option is the plausible one. Obviously, the company promotes the first option, but anyone who knows better will defer to the thought that VidiLook doesn’t have much going on at the backend.
To clarify this issue, all the company needs to do is publish an audit or income flow chart. Until this detail is provided, the chunk of ROI programs run by VidiLook will come across as a triangle scheme. It isn’t legit.