Matrix Madness Review – Legit Company or Big Scam?
Welcome to my Matrix Madness Review!
Whether you have heard about this company before or not, it is always a good idea to properly research any new company you are thinking of joining.
Reading reviews is one of the best ways to make sure you aren’t signing up for a scam, so I’m glad you’re here!
In this review, I will go over the company background, the products and their compensation plan.
So, without further ado, let’s get started!
Matrix Madness Review – The Company
So the first thing I noticed is that I couldn’t find any real information on the company website about who owns or operates Matrix Madness.
On the 14th of November, 2016, the Matrix Madness website domain was registered privately as “matrixmadness.biz”.
I did find a link on the Matrix Madness website that links to a YouTube marketing video that is hosted on an account belonging to LaCrisha Wallace.
Another direct link from the Matrix Madness website leads to another Facebook group called “Pre Launch Madness”, of which Wallace is listed as an admin.
Wallace has promoted a few other MLM opportunities in the past, including Residual Income in a Box and Virtual County Fair.
According to her Facebook profile, Wallace seems to promote various MLM opportunities every month:
My December programs will be Matrix Madness, CyclerKing and Reverse Profits!! Whose excited??
I am!! Expected income for the month of December?? $50,000!!!
Matrix Madness Reviews – The Products
Matrix Madness does not offer any retail products or services.
Affiliates who join Matrix Madness can only market and sell the affiliate membership.
Once an affiliate signs up, they must gift money to the affiliate who sponsored them.
These payments include ad credits that affiliates can use for advertising displays on the company website.
The Matrix Madness Compensation Plan
Affiliates who wish to participate in the Matrix Madness compensation plan are required to gift funds to each other through a two-tier matrix cycler.
There are two matrix sizes that are used in the Matrix Madness cycler, which are 2×2 and 2×3.
A 2×2 matrix puts a Matrix Madness affiliate at the top of a matrix that has 2 positions right under them.
These first 2 positions make up the first level of the matrix and the second level is made by adding another 2 positions under each of the first two, for a total of 4 positions.
A full 2×2 matrix holds six positions.
A 2×3 matrix adds a third level to the matrix and holds a total of 14 positions.
An affiliate starts by gifting $25 to the affiliate who sponsored them, which then qualifies them to get payments from other Matrix Madness affiliates.
The matrix cycler that is chosen determines what payments are made across Matrix Madness’ two cyclers:
- Level 1 – Gift $25 to the affiliate who recruited you and receive $25 from two subsequently recruited affiliates
- Level 2 – Gift $50 and receive $50 from four affiliates, completing level 2 also generates a new level 1 position
- Level 3 – Gift $150 and receive $150 from eight affiliates
- Matrix 1, level 1 – Gift $25 to the affiliate who recruited you and receive $25 from two subsequently recruited affiliates
- Matrix 1, level 2 – Gift $50 and receive $50 from four affiliates, completing matrix 1, level 2 also generates a new matrix 1, level 1 position
- Matrix 2, level 1 – Gift $150 and receive $150 from two affiliates, completing matrix 2, level 1 also generates a new matrix 1, level 1 position
- Matrix 2, level 2 – Gift $250 and receive $250 from four affiliates
Cost To Join Matrix Madness
The cost to join Matrix Madness as an affiliate is $5.
However, if an affiliate wants to participate in the compensation plan, they are required to purchase at least one $25 matrix position.
Next, the verdict in this Matrix Madness review…
Verdict On Matrix Madness
Matrix Madness tries to get away with the product side by offering advertisement credits which you can use to advertise your business on their website…
Kind of strange considering all the people who are advertising are already in Matrix Madness…
Whenever you hear the word matrix and gifting, you should really think twice before you actually get started.
This is a flat out gifting scheme that doesn’t offer any real retail products or services and the big problem with opportunities like this is simple…
Once recruitment slows, so will your “gifting” and eventually the company goes under because no new members are gifting funds.
I have seen this many times already so just warning you all 🙂
I hope you enjoyed my Matrix Madness review and if you have any questions, leave them in the comments below…
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