Power9 Matrix Review: Seven matrices and $200,000?
One would think at this stage the era of matrix based MLM companys that don’t even try to mask the fact that they are just recruitment driven opportunities would be far and inbetween.
Yet it still amazes me that companies like Power9 Matrix are being launched every other week. Read on for a full review of the Power9 Matrix opportunity.
Power9 Matrix make no mention of who is running or operating the company on their website.
The power9matrix.com domain was registered on the 23rd December, 2011 and the domain registration is set to private.
As always, when a MLM company is not upfront about who is running things, approach the opportunity with extreme caution and think long and hard about signing up and handing over any money.
The Power9 Matrix Product
Power9 Matrix offer their members access to an undisclosed amount of e-book downloads.
These e-books appear to be focused on the internet marketing niche. Currently Power9 Matrix are using ImageShack to host the image thumbnails of their products but they haven’t bothered to register their domain with ImageShack, so the images aren’t working.
Perhaps a reflection of the overall competency of the owner of Power9 Matrix.
The Power9 Matrix Compensation Plan
Power9 Matrix uses a series of matrix which, once filled the company pays you out a commission on.
There are seven levels of matrices in total and once a member fills a matrix up and cycles out of it, they gain re-entry into the same level of matrix as well as entry into a higher level matrix.
Power9 Matrix use a combination of 2×2, 2×3 and 2×4 matrices that members have to fill (6, 14 and 30 member positions in total respectively).
- Matrix 1 – 2×2 matrix that pays out $9 once filled
- Matrix 2 – 2×3 matrix that pays out $80 once filled
- Matrix 3 – 2×3 matrix that pays out $310 once filled
- Matrix 4 – 2×4 matrix that pays out $2,432 once filled
- Matrix 5 – 2×4 matrix that pays out $11,960 once filled
- Matrix 6 – 2×4 matrix that pays out $60,800 once filled
- Matrix 7 – 2×3 matrix that pays out $200,000 one filled
Power9 Matrix also offered a recruitment cycle bonus that they pay out when ever someone you’ve personally recruited to the company cycles out a matrix (matrices 2 and upwards only).
- Matrix 2 – $10
- Matrix 3 – $50
- Matrix 4 – $250
- Matrix 5 – $1000
- Matrix 6 – $4,000
- Matrix 7 – $16,000
Joining Power9 Matrix
The cost to join Power9 Matrix is a one time membership fee of $9.
In their FAQ, Power9 Matrix attempt to reassure members that
Power 9 Matrix is 100% legal.1000% successful.Power 9 Matrix offers fantastic Products and Services and that is why our program is perfectly legal.
You are Promoting E-book as a Affiliate.By the way you’ll getting Commission Per Sale As per the Plan.
Then, on the same page they give the game away by also stating that
How do I make money with Power 9 Matrix ?
Once you join inPower 9 Matrix, you will be given a Webpage to refer other people to Power9matrix.
And that’s pretty much all you need to know about Power9 Matrix.
The products are in no way tied into the commission structure of the compensation plan and all commissions are paid out of the membership fees of existing members.
You join Power9 Matrix, you get a website and then it is the income opportunity itself you promote rather than any products or services offered by the company.
Stay clear of this one folks.
This is just the same rehashed junk that we are seeing every day, all day across the net. I agree with you, it’s pretty amazing how much these folks just create scams now without ANY product whatsoever.
Oz, I think the guy behind this was the same guy who did a scam called VRG Cycler about 1 year ago and then suddenly disappeared offline along with a lot of members money.
There is an entire scam forum with members who have been scammed by him here: (Ozedit: URL removed) It looks like the exact same website but with a different name
I removed the URL, it pointed to a .exe virus. ‘VRG Cycler’ also doesn’t appear anywhere on the internet except here in Mike’s comment.
They have products, the problem is that these recruitment scam admins add them as an afterthought rather than the primary focus of the company.
power 9 Matrix changed total Plan and i got my earning from This website it is not scam.
excellent earning In power 9 matrix.
Products only Available in Member panel Not for the Products page.
@Johnson — if the fundamental nature is “pay to join, then get paid by refer other people who also pay to join”, then it doesn’t what other products it offer as members only. It is still illegal pyramid scheme (even if it pays you, which is what pyramid schemes do: pay early birds)
@k.chang mr any company provide products or services only Paid Members not free Members still Power 9 Matrix Grows as Plant to tree shortly it is reach long benifits
@jhonson — I don’t think you understood what I wrote. It doesn’t matter what they provide… if you PAY TO JOIN, then RECRUIT PEOPLE, and are PAID FOR RECRUITING THEM, not based on sales, then it’s a pyramid scheme/Ponzi money circulation scheme. The products are irrelevant.
hey guys!I m not interested if they have a product or not, because the product is only the way that many companies say “thank you for making part of our company”. No matter if the product is something virtual or not!
i dont understand why some people are so worried about that!Amway and Herbalife is full of products to sell but i never made any money there!I know thousands of people who spent thousand of dollars buying amway products to resell….but ask for some Amway members if they are making money…
For me the most important thing is integrity and honest! If the company is paying members regulary and point their relations with members based on the values mentioned above! that’s all to me!
Products are irrelevant to me!!!
You sound like someone who’s been naively sold on marketing spiel and hasn’t felt the sharp end of finding there’s nobody left to recruit.
Products available at a retail level are important as it differentiates a MLM opportunity from a pyramid scheme (not entirely, but is a good start).
If you didn’t make money in product orientated business, that’s no justification for playing with pyramid schemes. Co-incidentally, running recruitment scams is about as far from integrity and honesty as you can get – given that this is never how these schemes are marketed.