6 Dollar Ads Review: $6 matrix entry + profit share
There is no information on the 6 Dollar Ads website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The domain ’6dollarads.com’ was registered on the 22nd May 2012 however the domain registration information is set to private.
As always, if a MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
The 6 Dollar Ads Product Line
6 Dollar Ads has no retailable product or service. Instead, members market membership to the company with each membership purchase providing members with a matrix position inside the 6 Dollar Ads compensation plan.
Additionally bundled with each membership purchase are also a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on an in-house advertising network featured on the 6 Dollar Ads website.
The 6 Dollar Ads Compensation Plan
6 Dollar Ads pay out commissions to members using a combination of 1×4 matrices and an investment scheme which pays out a 150% ROI.
6 Dollar Ads use six 1×4 matrices to pay out matrix commissions to members. Starting with you at the top, each matrix then branches out into 4 member positions which need to be filled in order for a commission to be paid out.
These positions can be filled either via the recruitment of new members, or existing members cycling out of matrices they’re in and/or purchasing new matrix positions.
Each 6 Dollar Ads matrix pays out a different commission once full as follows:
- Matrix 1 – $3
- Matrix 2 – $5
- Matrix 3 – $10
- Matrix 4 – $15
- Matrix 5 – $25
- Matrix 6 – $100
Cycling out of matrices 2 to 6 will also provide the cycling member with free re-entry into Matrix 1.
In addition to the matrix commissions offered above, 6 Dollar Ads also pay out investment returns of 150% on each $6 investment (the cost of joining) made with the company.
Total ROI is $9 however no timeframe is given for return payouts.
Referral commissions are also made on the investments made by members you recruit, paid out down five levels as follows:
- Level 1 – 5%
- Level 2 – 3%
- Level 3 – 2%
- Levels 4 and 5 – 1%
Note that Level 1 is made up of any members you personally recruit, level 2 is made up of members your level 1 recruit and so on and so forth.
Joining 6 Dollar Ads
Membership to 6 Dollar Ads is $6 per position bought. As mentioned earlier, each individual membership position buys one entry into the matrix system and acts as an investment offering a 150% ROI.
If we break down the 6 Dollar Ad compensation plan, despite both the matrices and investment returns operating differently it’s easy to see both are reliant on the continued investment of new money by new and existing members.
The matrix systems are obvious as even with re-entries granted to existing members who cycle ultimately new paid positions need to be fed into the system to keep Matrix 1 rolling along and feeding into the other five matrices.
The free re-entries from existing members do help to sustain this process longer than if they weren’t issued but ultimately a free position doesn’t generate any money to pay out as a commission so there’s always going to be a reliance on new paid matrix entries being brought.
As far as the investment ROIs go (which is one and the same cost as a matrix position), 6 Dollar Ads themselves acknowledge that they can only pay out the ROI as long as new money is being invested:
We have designed the profit share portion to grow exponentially with each ad package sold.
For each ad package you purchase you can earn upto 150% of the purchase price. All profit sharing will continue with each ad package sold.
Note that in the above cited compensation plan material, 6 Dollar Ads refer to ad packages being sold, however functionally the money is merely being invested by members to purchase a matrix position and ROI on the initial investment.
6 Dollar Ads admit as much in a recent email sent out to members:
Originally we were going to make this a weekly subscription site. But knowing that the member has the power to purchase more positions at anytime we went against it.
Point is that if members keep reinvesting on a weekly or daily basis the 1×4′s will move quickly.
As long as new money is continually invested into the system by new and existing members, 6 Dollar Ads will be able to pay matrix commissions and ROIs.
The problem with this of course is that there’s no external revenue source which means that in effect 6 Dollar Ads member’s money is just being redistributed amongst themselves. Or in other words, it’s a Ponzi scheme.
The attachment of a matrix does differ from your standard invest and earn a ridiculous ROI, as does the lack of a timeframe for payout but functionally the idea is the same. Members invest and when either new and existing members invest more money all members earn an eventual 150% ROI.
When no new money is invested, 6 Dollar Ads will eventually just crash like every other Ponzi scheme before it.