Buzz Zoom Advertising Review: 1.5-2.2% daily ROIs
There is no information on the Buzz Zoom Advertising website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The company’s website domain (“buzz-zoom-advertising.com”) was registered on the 19th of December 2012, however the domain registration is set to private.
Today Buzz Zoom Advertising uses its own name-server however initially it was set up to use that of “megasharecycler.com”.
MegaShareCycler appears to have launched in late May according to the website, and offers affiliates a “100% passive income system” paying “2% daily for 75 days”. Affiliates invest in $20 “share units”, with the daily ROI paid out of newly invested affiliate money.
MegaShareCycler doesn’t seem to have officially launched however, with the site reporting $0 paid out in commissions. Either that or it flopped and was promptly abandoned.
In any case it’s highly probably that the same admin is behind both MegaShareCycler and Buzz Zoom Advertising. And for whatever reason, Buzz Zoom Advertising appears to be the opportunity the admin has decided to go ahead with and promote.
As always, if an 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 Buzz Zoom Advertising Product Line
Buzz Zoom Advertising has no retailable products or services. Affiliates join the company and invest in one of four “packages”:
- Basic – $10
- Premium – $50
- Exclusive – $100
- VIP – $200
Each package is bundled with a series of advertising credits that can be used to advertise on the Buzz Zoom Advertising website.
The Buzz Zoom Advertising Compensation Plan
Affiliates invest in one of the Buzz Zoom Advertising packages available, with the company paying out a specified daily ROI over 90 days.
- Basic – 1.556%
- Premium – 1.778%
- Exclusive – 2%
- VIP – 2.222%
Affiliates must start at the Basic level and are required to make five separate investments at each level before being able to move up to the next level.
In addition to the daily ROI paid out on each package investment, a matrix position is created with each package level having its own global company-wide matrix.
- Basic – 1×2 matrix (2 positions), pays out $1.50
- Premium – 2×2 matrix (2 positions), pays out $3
- Exclusive – 1×2 matrix (2 positions), pays out $6
- VIP – 1×2 matrix (2 positions), pays out $12
When a matrix is full a position expires and an affiliate gets paid. A new matrix position is also created, re-entering the affiliate’s position back into the company matrix at that particular level.
Referral commissions are also offered on investments made by recruited affiliates, paid out down three levels of recruitment:
- Level 1 – 6%
- Level 2 – 4%
- Level 3 – 2%
Joining Buzz Zoom Advertising
Affiliate membership to Buzz Zoom Advertising is free, however affiliates must invest in packages if they wish to earn any commissions.
Free affiliates can earn referral commissions but must invest themselves if they wish to withdraw commissions.
With no retail products or services being sold and all ROI funds being sourced from affiliates, Buzz Zoom Advertising fits the definition of a Ponzi scheme.
Typically in an advertising credit based Ponzi scheme the liabilities of the daily ROI offered are enough to collapse the scheme within a few months. Here with Buzz Zoom Advertising though there’s also the addition of matrix commissions (in particular the positions created out of thin air when one cycles).
Once these free positions start to add up they’re going to drain the system pretty quickly. Money can’t be created out of nothing, yet that’s exactly what Buzz Zoom Advertising propose to do.
As such, once new investors stop investing new money into the scheme, Buzz Zoom Advertising will collapse. And when that happens, according to the company’s terms and conditions, they
have the right to suspend or terminate your account at any time, for any reason and without warning or notice.
Before it gets to that stage however, they’ll probably just wind up adjusting everyone’s daily ROI and matrix commissions to $0. Again, perfectly acceptable as per the Buzz Zoom Advertising affiliate terms and conditions:
We reserve the right to change the commissions and rates of the program at any time and at our sole discretion without notice, especially in order to respect the integrity and security of our members’ interests.
The only change I’d make to the above clause would be to change “member’s interests” to “admin’s interests”. Specifically when the admin realises they’ll be paying out more money then is coming in.
And when that happens, boom goes the dynamite – along with all of your invested money.