Cash Money Bucket Review v2.0
Cash Money Bucket was launched just under a year ago by Robert McAtamney.
McAtamney first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar as the admin of the One Time Infinity Ponzi scheme. In addition to Cash Money Bucket, McAtamney has also launched 3to600 (February 2016) and VIP Promoters Club (April 2016).
Both 3to600 and VIP Promoters Club were matrix cycler Ponzi schemes that collapsed shortly after launch.
The Cash Money Bucket website currently advises the scheme is again in prelaunch, with a reboot scheduled to go live on July 31st.
Has Cash Money Bucket changed, or is Robert McAtamney launching yet another matrix cycler Ponzi?
The Cash Money Bucket Product Line
Cash Money Bucket still has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Cash Money Bucket affiliate membership itself.
Bundled with Cash Money Bucket affiliate membership is access to ‘bonus Marketing and (a) downloads package valued at $100+‘.
The Cash Money Bucket Compensation Plan
Cash Money Bucket affiliates purchase $22 positions in a five-tier 1×3 matrix cycler.
A 1×3 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with three positions directly under them.
These positions are filled via subsequent position purchases. When all three positions are filled a “cycle” is triggered.
What happens when a cycle is triggered depends on which matrix tier the cycle is triggered on:
- Tier 1 (positions cost $20) – $20 commission paid and cycles into Tier 2
- Tier 2 – $20 commission paid, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 3
- Tier 3 – $60 commission paid, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 4
- Tier 4 – $140 commission paid, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 5
- Tier 5 – $940 commission paid and generates a new Tier 1 position
Cash Money Bucket affiliates are paid a $2 referral commission when personally recruited affiliates purchase a Tier 1 matrix commission.
Joining Cash Money Bucket
Cash Money Bucket affiliate membership is tied to the purchase of at least one $22 matrix cycler position.
The original Cash Money Bucket compensation plan saw affiliates invest in $10 cycler positions, on the promise of a $970 ROI.
The new Cash Money Bucket compensation plan is pretty much more of the same.
An additional cycler tier has been added and McAtamney has increased the cost of matrix positions. Now Cash Money Bucket affiliates invest $22 into a cycler position on the promise of a $1180 ROI.
The ROI is paid out of subsequently invested funds, meaning Cash Money Bucket is still a Ponzi scheme.
The mechanics of the Cash Money Bucket compensation plan guarantee McAtamney will receive the lion’s share of invested funds.
McAtamney will preload the Cash Money Bucket company-wide matrix with positions prior to launch.
One $22 cycler position requires fifty-nine $22 subsequent position purchases to pay out $1180 (this accounts for $2 referral commissions).
Along the way, this one position generates four new positions, which combined create a $4720 ROI liability whilst providing no new funds to pay others out with.
McAtamney’s preloaded position(s) will generate the first batch of “free” positions, which will permit McAtamney to be the first to withdraw invested funds without losing any money to other Cash Money Bucket affiliates.
This is on top of his initial positions cycling out first, which sees all early adopters directly fund his position advances.
Once recruitment dies down, Cash Money Bucket’s cyclers will stall. Historically in McAtamney’s schemes this hasn’t taken long.
At that point he’s already got most of the funds invested company-wide in his bank account, with funds attached to uncycled positions making an additional bonus.
This has played out over and over again since One Time Infinity back in 2015. The relaunch of Cash Money Bucket will be no different.