Amadeus Bank Review

I went over to amadeusbank.com and tried to figure out who owned this company. To me personally, if this actually was a real Bank, why would they allow affiliates to join?

Real banks don’t have affiliate programs.

While doing this review Amadeus Bank, too many things didn’t add up.

Whenever you are looking to invest your hard-earned money, it’s your job to do your due diligence and research.

What you’re looking for is a real investment opportunity that will give you the opportunity to make a legitimate ROI.

In this review of Amadeus Bank, we will get to the bottom of this. By the end of this review, I will have given you enough information for you to make an educated decision as to whether you should invest with this opportunity or not.

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Amadeus Bank The Company:

Unfortunately there’s not a great deal of transparency on their website amadeusbank.com.

Don’t get me wrong, whoever is running the show, has listed names of people.

The problem?

The names that they have listed within their admin Council, seems to be made up names:

Amadeus Bank Image

This is starting to get a little comical…

It looks like they made up these names.

Whoever is behind this platform, seems to have a good sense of humour. The names that they have as admins seem to be very close to some Hollywood actors.

John Deere is not an actor but actually the name of a company that builds Construction equipment.

That name is recognized worldwide!

Image of Elizabeth Taylor.
Elizabeth Taylor

The next name that stood out to me was Elizabeth Taylor and of course it is misspelled.

Sylvia Wright is actually a Hollywood actor who is not as big as Elizabeth Taylor but she is still featured on the IMBD website!

I can tell you one thing for sure, whoever is behind this platform, is most likely european-based.

Why would I say that?

First of all the name Amadeus is of European descent. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a music composer from Vienna.

Another little Telltale is the fact that they’re using the word standard spelled ‘standart’.

I have seen some people claim that this word is Turkish.

However I think it’s actually a Lithuanian word!

Both Turkish and Lithuanian if translated to English spells standard.

Since there’s not enough transparency on their website, whoever is running this MLM investment and crypto deal most likely are out of Lithuania.

Amadeus Bank Products:

Unfortunately they don’t have any retail herbal products or services, the only thing an affiliate can Market is the make money ROI membership itself.

Amadeus Bank Compensation Plan:

They have two different kinds of compensation plans. They have Basic plans and a multi-tiered plans.

Gold Portfolio: invest between $25 to $25,000 and receive 150% ROI over three days.

Basic Plans:

Platinum Portfolio: invest between $100 to $25,000 receive a promised ROI of 500% over 6 days.

VIP Portfolio 1: invest between 10,000 to $50,000, receive 1000% over 5 days.

VIP Portfolio 2: invest between $5,000 to $100,000 and receive 1500% ROI over 15 days.

Multi-tiered Investment Plans:

They have 5 plans that are called ‘Standart’ Portfolios:

Standart Portfolio 1:

  • Invest between $25 to $1,000 and receive 105% in 24 hours.
  • Invest between $1001 to $2500 and receive 108% ROI after 24 hours.
  • Invest between $2501 to $5000 and receive 113% after 24 hours.
  • Invest between $5001 to $10000 and receive 121% after 24 hours.

Standart Portfolio Plans 2 to 5 are quite similar in theory but range from Investment of $25 right up to $100,000 and promise between 130% up to 3500% over 5 to 50 days in duration.

Amadeus Bank Referral Commissions:

They are paying out referral commissions using a uniline compensation plan and paying to a depth of 3 levels deep:

Level 1 – 8%

Level 2 – 3%

Level 3 – 2%

Amadeus Bank Start Up Costs:

It’s free to join for all you Professional Network marketers out there, however for the passive income people you are looking at an investment between $25 write up to $100,000.

Conclusion:

There are clearly too many red flags to deal with in one company and in one review.

We will look at the main red flags.

Red flag- 1: They are clearly a fake bank. Real Legit banks do not have affiliate programs!

Red Flag – 2: Anonymous Ownership who are using ridiculous misspelled names of famous people.

Red Flag – 3: Promised ROI is just not sustainable. What financial institution in their right mind would offer such high ROI’S?

And if these anonymous people could legitimately make a 150% ROI, why on earth would they need Network Marketers?

I don’t recommend this deal!

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