C4 Classified Ads Review: Five-tier $25 in, $380,005 out cycler
There is no information on the C4 Classified Ads website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The C4 Classified Ads website domain (“c4classifiedads.com”) was registered on the 9th of June 2015. David Coxon is listed as the owner of the domain, with a residential address in Lincolnshire, UK also provided.
David Coxon first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar back in 2012, as the Technical Director of The Advertising Net.
The Advertising Net was a $55 ten-tier matrix cycler Ponzi scheme. Sometime between 2012 and 2015 The Advertising Net collapsed, with a reboot launched in May, 2015.
The Advertising Net v2.0 was pretty much the same business model but with a smaller matrix cycler.
A visit to The Advertising Net website today reveals it was renamed “TAN Marketing”. Alexa statistics for The Advertising Net website suggest the scheme has once again collapsed.
A month or so prior to The Advertising Net’s relaunch, Coxon also launched Cfur Advertising.
Like The Advertising Net, Cfur Advertising was also a matrix cycler. It was designed to support The Advertising Net, with cycles generated through the scheme feeding directly into new The Advertising Net matrix positions.
The Cfur Advertising website is non-responsive, suggesting it too has long-since collapsed.
Read on for a full review of the C4 Classified Ads MLM opportunity.
The C4 Classified Ads Product Line
C4 Classified Ads has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market C4 Classified Ads affiliate membership itself.
The C4 Classified Ads Compensation Plan
The C4 Classified Ads compensation plan sees affiliates purchase positions in a five-tier matrix cycler.
C4 Classifieds use 3×2 matrices in their cycler, with each matrix housing twelve positions to fill.
Matrix positions are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of new C4 Classified Ads affiliates. They are also filled when existing C4 Classified Ads affiliates purchase new positions.
Positions in the first tier of the C4 Classified Ads cycler matrix cost $25, with commissions paid out when the matrix is full and a “cycle” is generated as follows:
- Matrix 1 (positions cost $25) – $305 commission, re-entry into a new Matrix 1 position and cycles into Matrix 2
- Matrix 2 – $1100 commission, nine re-entries into new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 3
- Matrix 3 – $4200 commission, nine re-entries into new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 4
- Matrix 4 – $74,700 commission, nine re-entries into new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 5
- Matrix 5 – $299,700 commission and nine re-entries into Matrix 1 positions
Joining C4 Classified Ads
C4 Classified Ads affiliate membership is $25 annually.
Affiliates must also purchase at least one $25 matrix position if they wish to participate in the attached MLM opportunity.
The name C4 Classified Ads isn’t too dissimilar to Cfur Advertising. Thus it’s not surprising that C4 Classified Ads is more of the same from David Coxon.
You’ve basically got another matrix cycler, which requires ridiculous amounts of affiliate recruitment and invested funds to survive.
Of note is the C4 Classified Ads compensation plan mentions a “crowdfunding platform”, however there’s no additional information about the platform provided anywhere on the C4 Classified Ads website.
Cfur Advertising did funnel funds into Crowdfunding United Revolution, a Ponzi scheme that fed into The Advertising Net.
Crowdfunding United Revolution is tied to David Coxon through World Wide Portals Solutions Corp, the owner of the domain.
It’s a very real possibility that funds invested in C4 Classified Ads matrix positions are being funneled into Crowdfunding United Revolution.
In any event, one five-tier cycle through the C4 Classified Ads matrices generates $380,005 for one position. That’s a staggering minimum 15,201 position purchases in Matrix 1.
On top of that just one five-tier cycle also generates 37 new Matrix 1 positions. That equates to a $14.06 million dollar liability, with no new funds directly entering the system to fund it.
And that’s just from one position cycling through all five offered matrix tiers.
Guess who owns the first and likely first few positions in the C4 Classified Ads company-wide matrix?
Through impossible math for the majority of C4 Classified Ads affiliates, David Coxon stands to withdraw the majority of funds invested in C4 Classified Ads matrix positions.
This is the same scenario that played out in The Advertising Net, it’s short-lived reboot and Cfur Advertising.
Launch a matrix cycler Ponzi, watch it collapse and spend the funds. When you need more money, launch another one.