Exposing Atomixa, a complete 420% RIO Scam investment

Unmasking Atomixa: A Dubious Venture with Fictitious Executives and Unfounded Claims


In the enigmatic world of cryptocurrency ventures, transparency and credibility are paramount.

Atomixa, unfortunately, falls short in both respects.

This article delves into the disconcerting aspects of Atomixa, revealing a company that shrouds its ownership in secrecy, employs fake executives, and treads on the treacherous path of a Ponzi scheme.

Opaque Ownership of Atomixa

One of the first red flags that emerge when evaluating Atomixa is the lack of credible ownership information on its website.

While the company does provide details about a “core team,” closer inspection reveals that these individuals are nothing more than fictitious characters represented by stock photos.

This raises significant concerns about the legitimacy of Atomixa.


Fake Atomixa executives

Dubious Domain Registration

Another cause for suspicion arises from Atomixa’s website domain, “atomixa.cc,” which was registered with questionable details on July 28th, 2023.

Such clandestine behavior in domain registration does not bode well for a company that claims to offer investment opportunities.

The compete  MLM Dilemma of this scam

Atomixa’s product offerings, or rather the lack thereof, also raise eyebrows.

The company fails to provide any retailable products or services, limiting its affiliates to marketing only Atomixa’s affiliate membership.

This characteristic is a common trait of multi-level marketing (MLM) schemes, which often prioritize recruitment over genuine product offerings.


Compensation Plan Deconstructed

Atomixa’s compensation plan promises lucrative returns for cryptocurrency investments, categorized into different tiers.

These include the Investor, Trader, Cosmic, and Atomic levels, each offering varying returns over specified durations.

While such returns may seem tempting, they should be viewed with skepticism, especially considering the absence of verifiable external revenue sources to support these claims.

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Referral Commissions

Atomixa incentivizes recruitment by offering referral commissions on invested cryptocurrency down three levels of recruitment (unilevel).

These commissions range from 5% on the first level to 1% on the third level, encouraging affiliates to bring in new investors.

How to Join Atomixa

While becoming an Atomixa affiliate is free, to fully engage in the income opportunity, a minimum investment of $10 is required.

Atomixa solicits investments in various cryptocurrencies, adding another layer of complexity and risk to the venture.

Atomixa purports to generate external revenue through investments in computing technologies worldwide, particularly in Silicon Valley.

However, these claims remain unsubstantiated, and the business model employed by Atomixa fails the logic test associated with Ponzi schemes.

The crux of the matter is that Atomixa operates as a classic Ponzi scheme.

The promised returns of 420% every 21 days, particularly for a company less than a month old, raise suspicions.

If Atomixa’s investments were truly generating such astronomical returns, why would they need additional funds from investors?

The answer becomes apparent: Atomixa relies on new investments to pay returns to earlier investors, a characteristic hallmark of Ponzi schemes.

Inevitable Collapse

Like all Ponzi schemes, Atomixa’s fate is sealed.

As recruitment dwindles, so too will new investments.

This gradual decline in fresh capital will eventually lead to a collapse, leaving the majority of participants at a loss.

The cold, hard math behind Ponzi schemes ensures that the house of cards will eventually crumble.

In conclusion, Atomixa is a venture shrouded in secrecy, utilizing fake executives, and seemingly operating as a Ponzi scheme. Caution and due diligence are essential when considering involvement in such ventures, as the risks often outweigh the promised rewards.

Daniel Leinhardt

Daniel Leinhardt is a Professional Researcher and Artist. Presented the BBC big dollar GiveAway on the BBC World services and a contributor to several OneCoin Documentaries. Daniel Spends most of his time writing books, doing music and researching about Artificial intelligence and Exposing fraud.


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