Rapid Forced Review: $21000 a month no recruiting?
Promising thousands of dollars in commissions without having to recruit anyone comes Forced Matrix.
Coupled with an advertising network can the company deliver on its promise or is it just another recruitment driven scam?
Read on for a full review.
The Rapid Forced website contains no information about who is running Rapid Forced or who owns it.
The domain rapidforced.com was registered on the 10th of October 2011 but the registration information is set to private.
As always, be extremely cautious when considering handing over money to a MLM business that is not upfront about who owns or is running things.
The Rapid Forced Product Line
Rapid Forced has no retail product or service so instead its members are required to market membership to the site.
Upon purchasing membership, Rapid Forced members are given a bunch of advertising credits for use on the Rapid Forced website inhouse advertising network.
The Rapid Forced Compensation Plan
The Rapid Forced compensation plan revolves around a 3×7 matrix that pays out a monthly commission for each member in it.
A 3×7 matrix starts off with you at the top, then branches out into three separate legs. These legs then branch out into three legs and so on and so forth down seven levels for a total of 3,279 member positions.
The monthly commission paid out depends on which level a member falls on in the matrix, as well as whether or not you personally recruited them into the company.
- Level 1 (3 positions) – $4 a member ($7 if you personally recruited them) for a total of $12 ($21)
- Level 2 (9 positions) – $1 a member ($4 if you personally recruited them) for a total of $9 ($36)
- Level 3 (27 positions) – $1 a member ($4 if you personally recruited them) for a total of $27 ($108)
- Level 4 (81 positions) – $1 a member ($4 if you personally recruited them) for a total of $81 ($324)
- Level 5 (243 positions) – $2 a member ($5 if you personally recruited them) for a total of $486 ($1,215)
- Level 6 (729 positions) – $3 a member ($6 if you personally recruited them) for a total of $2,187 ($4,374)
- Level 7 (2187 positions) – $4 a member ($7 if you personally recruited them) for a total of $8,748 ($15,309)
In addition to matrix commissions Rapid Forced also pay $3 a month per member you personally recruit into the company.
Joining Rapid Forced
Membership to Rapid Forced is $19 a month.
Putting a slight twist on the inhouse advertising network recruitment scam, Forced Matrix attempt to fluff up their offered commissions by including a sum total of $21,387 a month in matrix commissions.
The reality of this is that it’s virtually impossible that anyone is ever going to earn anything remotely near this from their matrix. To earn $21,387 you’d have to fill a matrix up entirely by yourself. Which would mean not a single recruit from your downline or upline taking up a spot in your matrix.
Not gunna happen.
As such the actual amount of commissions earnt with a full matrix would be much closer to the $11,550 figure provided if one were to fill their matrix without recruiting a single person.
In an attempt to get around the legalities of running a MLM opportunity that relies on the recruitment of new members and membership fees of existing members to pay commissions, the company repeatedly states that
There is no requirement for you to personally refer anyone.
Whilst you yourself might no have to recruit anyone to earn a commission, the fact of the matter is that in this scenario either the company or your upline has recruited someone who has in turn taken up a position in your matrix.
Bottom line? Somebody was still recruited by someone so that you could earn a commission.
Throw in the fact that there’s no retail product here and that commissions have nothing to do with the advertising side of the business, and it’s obvious we’ve got ourselves yet another recruitment scam here folks.