The $100 System Review: The PLR System rebooted
Johnny Ganoza launched The PLR System in late 2015.
Through a two-tier matrix cycler, The PLR System affiliates gifted cash payments to eachother.
The PLR System never took off, collapsing shortly after launch. Now Ganoza has re-purposed The PLR System domain to launch a new opportunity, The $100 System.
Read on for a full review of The $100 System MLM opportunity.
The $100 System Product Line
The $100 System has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market The $100 System affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, The $100 System affiliates are able to purchase matrix positions and participate in the attached MLM opportunity.
Bundled with each matrix position purchase are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on The $100 System website.
The $100 System Compensation Plan
The $100 System builds off The PLR System cash gifting scheme, by adding a third matrix tier for affiliates to gift funds through.
Matrix sizes used in The $100 System are 4×1 and 3×3.
A 4×1 matrix is straight forward, requiring four positions to be filled before a commission is paid out.
A 3×3 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with three positions directly under them:
These initial three positions form the first level of the matrix, with the second generated by splitting each of the three first level positions into another three positions each (9 positions).
The third level of the matrix is generated by splitting the nine second level positions into another three positions (27 positions).
In total, a complete 3×3 matrix houses 39 positions.
Positions in either a 4×1 or 3×3 matrix are filled via affiliate recruitment, with commissions paid out as positions are filled.
How much of a commission is paid out is determined by what matrix positions are being filled in as follows:
- Basic (4×1, positions cost $20) – pays $80 when complete
- Silver (4×1, positions cost $50) – pays $200 when complete
- The $100 System (3×3, positions cost $120) – pays $40 per position filled ($120 on level 1, $360 on level 2 and $1080 on level 3)
Joining The $100 System
Affiliate membership with The $100 System is tied to the purchase of at least one matrix position ($20 to $120).
The $100 System is the same cash gifting scam we saw with The PLR System.
Affiliates buy in for either $20, $50 or $120, which then qualifies them to receive $20, $50 or $40 from affiliates who join after them.
As per The $100 System compensation disclaimer:
THIS IS A MEMBER TO MEMBER SYSTEM.
PLEASE CHECK YOU (sic) PAYMENT PROCESSOR CAREFULLY WHEN RECEIVING PAYMENTS.
“Member to member” in MLM is code for cash gifting. It means affiliates are paying affiliates, with nothing being marketed to or sold to retail customers.
As with The PLR System, once recruitment of new affiliates dries up, The $100 System will also cash.
Johnny Ganoza is positioned at the top of the company-wide matrix, ensuring he receives the lion’s share of funds paid into the scheme.
In order for Ganoza and some early adopters to profit, the majority of The $100 System affiliates must lose money.