50 Cent Freedom Review: 50 cent four-tier matrix cash gifting
50 Cent Freedom provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.
The 50 Cent Freedom website domain (“50centfreedom.us”) was registered on July 10th, 2017. Sheri Vine is listed as the owner, with an address in Thailand also provided.
The admin email used to register the 50 Cent Freedom website uses the domain of “Horizon Homestay”.
Horizon Homestay offered rentable apartments in Malacca City, Malaysia.
The Facebook link on the Horizon Homestay website points to a Facebook profile by the name of “John Williams”.
John Williams claims to be from the UK but currently living in Malacca City itself.
MLM underbelly scams promoted by Williams date back to 2012 and include Our Matrix Club (pyramid recruitment), M2M Funds (cash gifting), Amazing5, (investment fraud), Quick Cycler (Ponzi scheme), Ultimate Bitcoin Builder (bitcoin cycler) and Global MoneyLine (pyramid scheme).
The 50 Cent Freedom website uses nameservers hosted on the M2M Funds domain. This requires ownership of the M2M Funds domain to set.
Williams began promoting M2M Funds in early 2016. Following its collapse and his likely losing money in subsequent MLM underbelly scams, he’s now trying again with 50 Cent Freedom.
As far as I can tell Williams is based out of Malaysia. I did find a Sheri Vine promoting Horizon Homestay back in 2012;
However the relationship between Williams and Vine remains unclear.
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.
50 Cent Freedom Products
50 Cent Freedom has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market 50 Cent Freedom affiliate membership itself.
50 Cent Freedom affiliate membership provides access to a “website rotator”.
The 50 Cent Freedom Compensation Plan
50 Cent Freedom affiliates purchase 50 cent positions in a 3×4 matrix gifting scheme.
A 3×4 matrix places a 50 Cent Freedom 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 and four of the matrix are generated in the same manner and house 27 and 81 positions respectively.
Each level of the matrix operates as an independent cash gifting tier. A gifting payment must be made to unlock each level, which in turn qualifies the paying affiliate to receive gifted funds from other 50 Cent Freedom affiliates.
- level 1 – gift 50 cents and receive 50 cents from three subsequently recruited affiliates ($1.50)
- level 2 – gift $1.50 and receive $1.50 from nine affiliates ($13.50)
- level 3 – gift $5.40 and receive $5.40 from twenty-seven affiliates ($145.80)
- level 4 – gift $100 and receive $100 from eighty-one affiliates ($8100)
Joining 50 Cent Freedom
50 Cent Freedom affiliate membership is tied to an initial 50 cent gifting payment and ongoing payment of a 50 cent monthly fee.
With nothing marketed to or sold to retail customers, 50 Cent Freedom is simply newly recruited affiliates gifting funds to existing affiliates.
This is cash gifting and is illegal the world over.
Furthermore while the lure of $8100 on the fourth matrix level might look tempting, the reality of a matrix gifting scam is that most of the funds gifted wind up in the hands of the admin.
One complete 50 Cent Freedom matrix deposits 50 cents and withdraws $8153.90.
To put that into perspective, that’s 16,308 fifty cent gifting payments.
Most of that is collected at the fourth level of the matrix, of which the first position(s) to make it that far will be those preloaded by John Williams and Sheri Vine.
Do you offer refunds?
No, we do not offer any kind of refunds.
A few early adopters might unlock levels 2 and 3 of the matrix and make their money back, but the mathematics of a gifting scam ensures that the majority of participants will lose money.
This scammer supposedly passed away last year. Here is the link to the MMG forum post: moneymakergroup.com/index.php?s=&showtopic=515290&view=findpost&p=1109710955
23 hours ago John Williams posted an ad for 50 Cent Freedom on his Facebook profile using an admin referral link.
Not that “John Williams” is much of an unique name. 😛