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Starline Review: Unmasking Starlink’s Ponzi Scheme Targeting Pakistan


Starline’s opaque website raises red flags from the outset, lacking essential ownership and executive information.

As of my writing, Starline’s website serves merely as an affiliate login page. Moreover, the domain, “,” was discreetly registered on August 14th, 2023.

When an MLM company hides its leadership, it’s wise to exercise caution before considering involvement or investment.

The Absence of Tangible Products of starline

Starline fails to offer any tangible products or services that affiliates can market.

Their sole focus revolves around recruiting more affiliates into the Starline membership program.

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The Compensation Plan of starline

Starline’s compensation plan revolves around investments made in Pakistani rupees (PKR) with the promise of specified returns over a 45-day period.

Here’s a breakdown of the investment tiers:

– VIP1: Invest 1500 PKR and receive 150 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP1: Invest 1500 PKR and receive 374.4 PKR daily for 45 days.

– VIP2: Invest 4000 PKR and receive 400 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP2: Invest 4000 PKR and receive 998.4 PKR daily for 45 days.


– VIP3: Invest 10,000 PKR and receive 1000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP3: Invest 10,000 PKR and receive 2496 PKR daily for 45 days.

– VIP4: Invest 30,000 PKR and receive 3000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP4: Invest 30,000 PKR and receive 7488 PKR daily for 45 days.

– VIP5: Invest 50,000 PKR and receive 5000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP5: Invest 50,000 PKR and receive 12,480 PKR daily for 45 days.

– VIP6: Invest 80,000 PKR and receive 8000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP6: Invest 80,000 PKR and receive 20,000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– VIP7: Invest 120,000 PKR and receive 12,000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP7: Invest 120,000 PKR and receive 30,000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– VIP8: Invest 200,000 PKR and receive 20,000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP8: Invest 200,000 PKR and receive 50,000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– VIP9: Invest 500,000 PKR and receive 50,000 PKR daily for 45 days.

– SVIP9: Invest 500,000 PKR and receive 125,000 PKR daily for 45 days.

Please note that SVIP plans are accessible only after investing in the corresponding VIP tier.

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The Referral Commissions

Starline provides referral commissions on invested PKR through a three-level unilevel structure: 25% on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates), 3% on level 2, and 2% on level 3.

Membership and Investment

Joining Starline as an affiliate is free, but full participation in the income opportunity necessitates a minimum investment of 1500 PKR.

Starline solicits investments through OnePay, granting access to Pakistani processors like EasyPaisa.

Starline’s marketing gimmick revolves around the idea that affiliates are leasing satellite internet equipment from Starlink, a satellite internet subsidiary of Elon Musk’s SpaceX company.

However, this claim raises skepticism for several reasons.

Firstly, Starlink is not affiliated with this investment scheme in Pakistan.

Secondly, the proposed investment amount of 500,000 PKR (approximately $1,653 USD) for leasing a satellite equipment contradicts industry standards.

Each Starlink satellite is estimated to cost between $250,000 to $500,000, making it implausible to lease one for such a nominal fee.

In essence, Starline’s marketing ploy lacks credibility, and anyone considering it should reach out to SpaceX for confirmation that they do not lease their satellites for a mere $1,653.

Inevitable Collapse of the scheme

Like all MLM Ponzi schemes, Starline’s sustainability hinges on continuous affiliate recruitment.

Once recruitment stagnates, the flow of new investments diminishes, eventually leading to a collapse.

It’s crucial to remember that Ponzi schemes inherently guarantee losses for the majority of participants when they inevitably crumble.

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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