$100 Dollar Monster Review: $120 a pop chain-recruitment
$100 Dollar Monster provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.
The $100 Dollar Monster website domain (“100dollarmonster.com”) was privately registered on February 3rd, 2017.
Further research reveals $100 Dollar Monster affiliates naming Mark Crosby (right) as owner of the company.
In $100 Dollar Monster marketing videos on Crosby’s personal YouTube he refers to the company in the possessive. Crosby is also one of four admins of the closed $100 Dollar Monster Facebook group.
Before he got involved with the MLM underbelly in 2015, Crosby worked in call centers for eleven years.
Prior to $100 Dollar Monster, Crosby launched the Yellow Brick Road system. The Yellow Brick Road System is a marketing funnel that can be attached to income opportunities.
Examples provided on Crosby’s YouTube channel and personal website include Traffic Monsoon (Ponzi), Exitus Elite (cash gifting), BeOnPush (Ponzi) and FutureNet (matrix cycler with adcredit Ponzi).
Crosby is/was also an affiliate of Power Lead System (another marketing funnel opp).
Read on for a full review of the $100 Dollar Monster MLM opportunity.
$100 Dollar Monster Products
$100 Dollar Monster has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market $100 Dollar Monster affiliate membership itself.
$100 Dollar Monster affiliate membership provides access to an “online marketing training library”.
The $100 Dollar Monster Compensation Plan
$100 Dollar Monster affiliates purchase $100 3×10 matrix positions and get paid to recruit other affiliates who do the same.
A 3×10 matrix places a $100 Dollar Monster affiliate at the top of a matrix, with three positions directly under them:
These three positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting these first three positions into another three positions each (9 positions).
Levels three to ten of the matrix are generated in the same manner, with each new level housing three times as many positions as the previous level.
Commissions are paid out as positions in the matrix are filled. Matrix positions are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of new $100 Dollar Monster affiliates.
- each position filled in the matrix pays a $5 commission
- personally recruited affiliates pay a $50 bonus commission ($55 total earned per personally recruited affiliate)
Joining $100 Dollar Monster
$100 Dollar Monster affiliate membership is $20 plus $100 for a matrix position.
Note that $100 Dollar Monster only accepts bitcoin.
$100 Dollar Monster is about as simple of a pyramid scheme as you can get. $100 Dollar Monster affiliates sign up, pay a fee and then are compensated for direct and indirect recruitment of new affiliates.
Nothing is marketed to or sold to retail customers and all commissions are tied to recruitment.
Can I sign up as a free member and make money?
No. You have to purchase the products to get access to them and to qualify for lifetime commissions.
At the top of the $100 Dollar Monster company-wide matrix sits the admin who, through one or more admin positions, stands to reap the largest cut of residual commissions paid out.
Affiliates placed directly under the admin position(s) will make some money, but by and large most $100 Dollar Monster affiliates won’t recover their $120 sign-up fee.
Is there a Refund Policy?
NO REFUND is available.
As with all pyramid schemes, once affiliate recruitment dies down so too will commissions paid out. At that point $100 Dollar Monster collapses, with mathematics guaranteeing the majority of affiliates will lose money.
This is trying to get a foothold at MMG, but so far not doing so well. For some strange reason they didn’t appreciate my comments.
They are also pitching BitClubNetwork as part of this program despite US citizens cannot join. It says so when you go to their website, and if you are from the US, this warning is what you see:
When I pointed this out, they tried to claim you could join if you were from the US as long as you reported your earnings to the IRS. it is laughable how they try to claim that after this warning on the home page, US citizens can still join BS.
The usual suspects are trying to pimp this hard at MMG, but it’s not going well for them.
Shaun smith zeeks most wanted is pimping this also, gives daily video brag reports.
Yes, I was going to comment on Shaun Smith (convicted fraudster) and his blatant promotion of this ponzi too.
I’m Mark Crosby. I don’t own 100 Dollar Monster at all. Maybe you should do some actual research before you review a product.
I will be taking this further if you do not remove my name from your false review.
Feel free to point out what’s inaccurate about the review Mark.
$100 Dollar Monster affiliates are naming you as admin.
You refer to the company in the possessive in $100 Dollar Monster marketing videos hosted on your YouTube channel.
You are/were one of the admins of the closed $100 Dollar Monster Facebook group.
You’re welcome to “take this further” and have your scamming career paraded in front of a Judge, but the facts are the facts.
Mark Crosby isn’t the owner, I know that much. So suggesting he is isn’t correct.
Welcome Mark. So you are claiming that you are NOT own 100 Dollar Monster. Really. Then you had better head over to MMG (MoneyMakerGroup) and let the good people over there know since they are singing your praises about how honest you are, what a great admin you are, and that you OWN 100 Dollar Monster.
Your statement raises an ever bigger issue and it is this: Why does everyone but YOU claim you are the owner of 100 Dollar Monster?