WeWorkTrading CEO is an imposter and fraud?

Unmasking WeWorkTrading: A Closer Look at This Alleged Investment Venture


WeWorkTrading Review: Unmasking a Potential Ponzi Scheme

In our quest for transparency and accountability in the realm of online investments, we delve into WeWorkTrading, an entity that falls notably short in terms of offering verifiable ownership or executive information on its website.

WeWorkTrading CEO is a fraud

This review aims to shed light on the questionable practices surrounding WeWorkTrading, which alleges to be led by a CEO named “Jackson Rathbone” – an identity that, upon scrutiny, unravels as fictional and deceitful.

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Dubious Website Registration

The first red flag emerges when examining WeWorkTrading’s website domain, “weworktrading.com,” which was discreetly registered on July 16th, 2023.


This covert approach to domain registration raises concerns about the organization’s intentions and transparency.

Lack of Tangible Products

WeWorkTrading’s absence of tangible products or services available for retail raises suspicions.

Instead, the focus lies squarely on promoting WeWorkTrading affiliate memberships, creating a structure that mirrors that of a typical MLM scheme.

WeWorkTrading’s investment strategy involves affiliates committing USD equivalents in bitcoin (BTC) and tether (USDT).

These investments are solicited with enticing promises of returns, categorized into different plans

– Starter: Invest $50 or more and receive 2% daily returns for 5 days.


– Silver: Invest $100 to $39,900 and receive 2.2% daily returns for 5 days.

– Gold Plan: Invest $40,000 to $100,000 and receive 3.3% daily returns for 5 days.

– Diamond Plan: Invest $50,000 or more and receive 3.7% daily returns for 60 days.

It’s crucial to recognize that WeWorkTrading’s MLM structure relies heavily on recruiting new investors to sustain these returns.

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Affiliate Ranks and Rewards

Within WeWorkTrading’s compensation plan, two affiliate ranks exist, each with specific qualification criteria:

– Zonal Coordinator: Requires recruiting ten affiliate investors or generating $1000 in personally recruited downline investment.

– Zonal Coordinator 2: Demands recruiting twenty affiliate investors with a combined minimum investment of $1000, or generating $10,000 in personally recruited downline investment.

WeWorkTrading also offers referral commissions, paying out on two levels of recruitment (unilevel) – 8% for level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) and 2% for level 2.

Additionally, Rank Achievement Bonuses await those who qualify at Zonal Coordinator and Zonal Coordinator 2, offering financial incentives and perks.

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 Joining WeWorkTrading

While WeWorkTrading’s affiliate membership is ostensibly free, full participation in their income opportunity mandates a minimum investment of $50, typically solicited in bitcoin and tether.

WeWorkTrading makes bold claims about generating external revenue through “gold trading, real estate, and oil and gas.”

Curiously, they also assert a partnership with Shell. However, these claims remain unsubstantiated, leaving a gaping void in their credibility.

The unsettling truth about WeWorkTrading becomes apparent as we connect the dots.

This operation closely resembles a simple Ponzi scheme, where new investments are employed to facilitate withdrawals.

As the recruitment of affiliates dwindles, so too will new investments, ultimately leading to the collapse of WeWorkTrade

The inherent flaw in Ponzi schemes lies in their unsustainable nature, guaranteeing that a majority of participants will suffer financial losses when the scheme inevitably crumbles.

We urge caution when considering involvement with WeWorkTrading, as the risks associated with this alleged investment venture far outweigh any potential gains.

In the ever-evolving landscape of online investments, thorough research and skepticism remain your most reliable allies.

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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