ServerSHA Review _ offers several membership packages at a minimum of ₦2000, although member feedbacks suggest that it is a scam.
The .net domain takes the MLM tone from the start, proposing affiliate programs to participants. Other than that, this description can be seen on the homepage (supposedly as the About Us descriptor),
“Serversha.net is a profitable and sustainable cloud computing server project which has been developed and managed by the innovation department of alpha microelectronics Corp for already 5 years.”
Put simply, the company is a Bitcoin Mining investment platform, offering up to 1.5% per day.
The official site states that the company integrates cloud mining and staking algorithms in one tech, intending to produce better results using multiple, computing channels. Here is a clip from one of the site’s (.com) headers, What is Server SHA?
“The main product idea is effective disparate computing resources appliance. We tend to unite investors, including newcomers, on a single platform together.”
However, delivering the fixed 1.5% rates daily remains largely unproven, given negative feedback from a section of the replies in a Client Review. PRs would have to explain that bit.
Our ServerSHA Review looks at the available packages, loyalty perks, affiliate plans, and other passive profit opportunities for members. We also highlight possible issues with the platform. Read on below for details.
The ServerSHA.net making waves in places like Nigeria and (maybe) Ghana is a different domain from the .com entity run by Daniel Ritcher. Or they might be the same (we haven’t verified). Both sites are MLMs and unsafe. Google only indexed the website in May 2022, as you can see from this clip.
ServerSHA Review: Crypto & AI
A look through the website shows somber-color tech pics, each offering separate features. ServerSHA provides these features in one module.
What to expect _
- Daily income guarantee (although ServerSHA renders this in a passive tone),
- Part of your profits go into the monthly rewards, including affiliates’ quarterly perks
- ServerSHA crypto mining servers are available in many countries.
- Multi-layer security system, ensuring that the users’ info is safe.
You can see a roadmap below the feature lists. So, ServerSHA is an AI & crypto trader, implying it doesn’t have any other projects backlogged to the current iteration. However, it promises to add Blockchain to the global Network by 2025.
Neither PR ServerSHA Review blogs nor the official site says anything about ServerSHA having an audited, ongoing crypto mining rig. So, we check the affiliate aspect.
Before that, let us look at the CEO and team profile.
ServerSHA Review: Fake Execs Profiles
Before you invest, you may want to verify that the information on the website is legit. ServerSHA merely uses random pictures with zero digital tracks on the internet as Execs profile pics.
For example, CEO Daniel Ritcher’s pic doesn’t show anything on Google reverse image search, nor do the other team members.
Also, Tobias Frank, ServerSHA CTO & Software Engineer, is Google-indexed for 25 Eyeglass Styles ides (Pinterest Image). No traceable digital tracks whatsoever, apart from a randomly cropped headshot that circulates on the internet.
Daniel Ritcher is actually the name of a German artist who makes surreal graffiti art styles, while Tobias Frank is pulled from the name of a ballet expert. None Of these real people are computer experts or crypto miners.
Who are the ServerSHA executives?
All the profiles on the website are fake. They are all copied randomly from the internet and posted on the site to mislead unwitting members.
At the time of writing, many PRs in Nigeria are touting ServerSHA as a legit offer, swallowing the AI & crypto bait. The market pitch is that people can earn money by buying any membership package, with ₦2000 as the lowest entry subscription.
People earn on the platform by surveying and engaging brands (according to a PR), although this often turns out to be an ads campaign splurge. Nothing remotely AI or crypto mining at all
Further, members can increase their profit potential by recruiting people to the company. At the end of a cycle, ServerSHA pays out profits through a unilevel matrix. Here is how it works.
The affiliate’s personally recruited members fill the First Level. The First Level affiliates boot the Second Level by recruiting people to buy membership packages. Subsequently, the pattern continues down an infinite level, yielding a recursive lattice (MLM compensation grid).
Referral commission is capped at twenty-five percent (25%) after a specified cycle.
Is this a legit offer for you? See the following section of our ServerSHA Review for details.
Conclusion: Is ServerSHA Legit?
The answer is NO.
Don’t invest in cheap internet racketeering. You will only end up losing your money.
The problem is that the executives aren’t real people. Also, there is no proof (audits or testimonials) of AI & crypto mining on the website. Stay away from the scam!