Alliance Economics Review: 2×3 matrix gifting scheme
Alliance Economics provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business. The company also goes by Alliance Econ Group and AE Group.
There is another AE Group operating out of India. As far as I can tell the two companies are not related.
Alliance Economics’ website domain (“aegroup.club”) was privately registered on October 8th, 2020.
Alexa currently pegs the US as the only significant source of traffic to Alliance Economics’ website (~100%).
This strongly suggests whoever is running Alliance Economics is based out of the US itself.
My own research led me to prominent US based Alliance Economics promoter, Tommy Holt Jr. (right).
Holt Jr. hosts webinars in which he very much sounds like he’s running the show.
Based on Holt Jr’s presentations, it appears Alliance Economics originally launched as “Alliance Economics 50”.
Alliance Economics 50 operated from the domain “allianceecongroup50.com”, which is now defunct.
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.
Alliance Economics’ Products
Alliance Economics has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Alliance Economics affiliate membership itself.
Alliance Economics’ Compensation Plan
Alliance Economics affiliates sign up and gift funds to an existing affiliate.
This in turn qualifies them to receive gifting payments from subsequently recruited Alliance Economics affiliates.
Alliance Economics tracks gifting payments through a 2×3 matrix.
A 2×3 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:
These two positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting each of these two positions into another two positions each (four positions).
The third level of the matrix is generated in the same manner (eight positions), for a total of fourteen positions.
Positions in the matrix are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of Alliance Economics affiliates.
Each matrix position filled represents a $50 gifting payment. Payments attached to positions on the third level of the matrix are kept by the affiliate at the top of the matrix.
At the $50 tier, this equates to $400 in gifting payments ($50 * 8 positions).
After the $50 tier there is a $300 tier, which is paid out of gifting payments received from the $50 tier.
This equates to $100 kept and $300 spent cycling into the $300 second tier.
The $300 second tier uses the same 2×3 matrix structure to track gifting payments.
The $300 second tier pays $2400 across the third matrix level ($400 * 8 positions).
Up from the $300 tier Alliance Economics also has $500, $1500 and $3000 tiers. Gifting payments within these tiers are also tracked through matrices, however I believe the size switches to 2×2.
A 2×2 matrix is the same layout as a 2×3 matrix, minus the third level.
Note that this is based on various Alliance Economics marketing presentations I came across. Alliance Economics themselves don’t disclose specifics of their gifting scheme on their website.
Joining Alliance Economics
Alliance Economics affiliate membership is free.
To participate in the attached income opportunity a $50 gifting payment is required.
Full participation in Alliance Economics gifting scheme costs $5350. Note this figure is based on known gifting tiers.
Payments within Alliance Economics are made in USD (or local currency through payment processors), bitcoin, ethereum or tron.
Alliance Economics affiliates appear to be able to customize the platform they receive gifting payments through, likely broadening the options above.
Alliance Economics is a simple matrix-based gifting scam. This is despite the company claiming it’s
built on Blockchain’s Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) assuring a secure and private ecosystem.
Talk about blockchain babble.
I’m 99% sure Tommy Holt Jr. is running Alliance Economics, however I didn’t find anything definitively conclusive.
Holt Jr. is based out of Atlanta, GA in the US, which would explain the skewed Alexa traffic demographic.
In any event whether he’s running Alliance Group or just happens to be placed directly under the admin, prior to getting involved in gifting scams Holt Jr. was flipping real estate.
Based on Holt Jr.’s Twitter profile, that appears to have come to an end earlier this year. Around the time the pandemic hit.
Alliance Group 50’s website domain was registered on July 2nd, 2020.
It’s unrealistic that Holt Jr. would come out of nowhere with Alliance Economics, so he’s likely participated in other scams doing the rounds in 2020.
Personally I didn’t find anything, meaning he hasn’t had much luck or his marketing efforts have been deleted.
Pandemic or no, Alliance Economics is a gifting scam in which the majority of participants are guaranteed to lose money.
There is no justification for this, or the actions of admins/promoters like Holt Jr.
Cash gifting schemes like Alliance Economics are illegal in the US and everywhere else in the world.