Power On Xpress will Soon Go Into Its 3rd Relaunch As “WeROn”

Power On Network ReviewRecently, this business has been getting a lot of attention.

In fact, there is lots of hype and buzz going around including people pitching it left, right and centre.

I’ve noticed a lot of people pitching it on social media.

Now, first off, let me make it clear I am NOT promoting this business opportunity as an affiliate or distributor.

I have all the facts about this business in my Power On Xpress Review so you can learn the full truth about it!

Is the business legit or a scam? Is it relaunch as WeROn?

I explain in my Review of Power On Xpress before you.

Let’s get started.

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What The Heck Is Power On Xpress?

Once you spend enough time in the MLM landscape, you’ll start to notice a pretty common trend. Companies will enter the market trying to scam people, fail, and then launch again but under a different name.

This is a fairly typical theme of most schemes and scams within the MLM underbelly, and the latest entity that’s doing this is Power On Xpress.

Power On Xpress (an MLM opportunity that has very strong ties to Crypto888 Club) has just announced that it is getting ready to launch its brand for the third time within one single year.

Yeah, let’s talk about this.

Back in October of 2016, Power On Xpress first entered the market as Power On Network. The setup offered here was a fairly common Ponzi point system, with affiliates within Power On Network being asked to invest real money into XeCoin points so that they could then get an ROI.

To no one’s surprise, XeCoin points held absolutely no value in the real world, and Power On Network was setting the price for the points entirely by itself.

Just a couple months later in December of that same year, Power On Network had completely collapsed.

Shortly after this, there was an announcement that Power On Network was relaunching as Power On Xpress. Power On Xpress stayed in business for quite a bit longer than Power On Network, but it just recently shut down on May 28, 2017.

On that date, a message went out to all affiliates for the company saying that they needed to, “remove all content pertaining to Poweronexpress.”

Later that same day, Power On Xpress was renamed and rebranded as WeROn (We Are On).

Looking at WeROn, the company appears to be a lot of the same that we’ve seen with both Power On Network and Power On Xpress before it.

Affiliates for the company are asked to invest money into Blocknotes, and by doing so, they’ll then be able to earn an ROI.

The amount of money that affiliates will earn from this ROI is dependent on how much reserve funds are present and what the value of Blocknotes are at that point in time. The value of Blocknotes are, of course, set entirely by WeROn.

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Any affiliates that have XeCoin points will be able to have those covered into Blocknotes, but points that are converted in this fashion will see a rather large hit to the value of the points moving from one company to the other.

Just why is this relaunch happening and why do so many other entities succumb to it?

With Ponzi point scams, a relaunch of the operation and changing things to a different type of point model completely erases any previous ROI liability. This is something that was perfected by Crypto888, and it’s exactly what Power On Network did with Power On Xpress and what Power On Xpress is doing with WeROn.

Looking specifically at WeROn, affiliates for the new company are required to recruit at least two other individuals into the opportunity if they want a shot at earning any sort of commissions or ROI. This is a bit different from Power On Xpress where affiliates weren’t required to do any such thing, but WeROn is likely implementing this factor to ensure that plenty of people are always coming into the company and handing over their cash.

Also changed here is the supposed reasoning behind how WeROn’s ROI is generated.

Power On Xpress crafted some story about how it was using renewable energy, but WeROn has changed things to something about, “IPO companies.”

As per the WeROn website:

“We are an IPO backed business. With an interactive twist with our IPO companies.

We not only will own a part of all these business. We will also have access to there [sic] products and services. Which will create even more capital gain for all of us.”

WeROn is being run by Martin Bylsma, and he was just recently appointed as the new CEO for the company.

Bylsma first popped up in the MLM underbelly back in 2013 as the CEO for Bitcoin Economy, and 2015 saw him getting involved with OneCoin’s Kari Wahlroos.

I’m still waiting for compensation plan documentation to be released for WeROn, but once it is finally made available, you can be sure that I’ll kick out a full review of the company as soon as possible.

So, Is There A Power On Xpress Scam Going On?

So, like with all business opportunities, you will hear things around the internet about there being a Power On Xpress scam or something like that.

And from what you have read, you may also wonder if this is legit or a complete scam.

So, what’s the truth?

Is there a Power On Xpress scam going on or is this legit?

Well, to be honest, Power On Xpress is not really a proper scam or anything like that.

But there are some things to be aware of (see conclusion section).

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Finally, My Power On Xpress Review And Conclusion!

 

Hopefully, you have found my Power On Xpress Review useful.

I wanted to give a lot of details because there have been other reviews of Power On Xpress which were a bit thin on the detail side.

No matter what happens, if you really want to succeed with any business, you have to learn how to market properly.

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