Cfur Advertising Review: Matrix cycler to feed stalled cyclers
There is no information on the Cfur Advertising website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Cfur Advertising website domain was registered on the 26th of February 2015, with a “David Coxon”of “World Wide Portals Solutions Corp” in the UK listed as the owner.
World Wide Portals Solutions Corp credit themselves as the owners of Crowd Funding United Revolution, a six-tier matrix cycler feeder run by Norbert Wachter.
Meawhile I was unable to find any further information on David Coxon. Whether or not this personal actually exists, as represented in the Cfur Advertising domain registration, is unclear.
Affiliate calls for Cfur Advertising identify the company it as a “sister company”, with the name itself suggesting it is a marketing entity (Crowd Funding United Revolution).
This much at least is confirmed on the Cfur Advertising website:
We are a branch of Crowd funding united Revolution Hence “CFUR”.
Why there is no further information provided about who is running the “branch” is a mystery.
In any event, Cfur Advertising is in itself a standalone company, acting as a feeder into Crowd Funding United Revolution.
Read on for a full review of the Cfur Advertising MLM business opportunity.
The Cfur Advertising Product Line
Cfur Advertising has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market affiliate membership with the company itself.
Once signed up, Cfur Advertising affiliates can then purchase positions in the company’s compensation plan.
The Cfur Advertising Compensation Plan
The Cfur Advertising compensation plan sees affiliates purchase $25 matrix positions. Commissions are then paid out when other affiliates do the same.
As with Crowd Funding United Revolution, Cfur Advertising operate a matrix cycler.
Two 3×3 matrices are used in the cycler, however effectively these operate as three individual straight-line queues.
A 3×3 matrix has three positions under it. These positions in turn branch out into another three positions to make up level 2 of the matrix, and again to make up level 3.
Below is a run down of the two matrices used within the Cfur Advertising compensation plan:
- Stage 1 Tier 1 (3 positions) – pays out a $25 commission and cycles into Stage 1 Tier 2
- Stage 1 Tier 2 (9 positions) – pays out a $120 commission, a new position in a Stage 1 Tier 1 matrix and cycles into Stage 1 Tier 3
- Stage 1 Tier 3 (27 positions) – pays out a $1890 commission, sixteen new Stage 1 Tier 1 positions, an affiliate membership position with TAN Marketing and Crowd Funding United Revolution and cycles out into Stage 2 Tier 1
- Stage 2 Tier 1 (3 positions) – pays out a $200 commission and cycles into Stage 2 Tier 2
- Stage 2 Tier 2 (9 positions) – pays out a $1500 commission, four new Stage 2 Tier 1 positions and cycles into Stage 2 Tier 3
- Stage 2 Tier 3 (27 positions) – pays out a $54,000 commission and sixteen new Stage 2 Tier 1 positions
Stage 2 Tier 3 also provides a TAN Marketing and Crowd Funding United Revolution affiliate position. Given that these are both matrix cycler schemes in and of themselves, one would assume matrix positions are given out instead of multiple affiliate memberships.
Joining Cfur Advertising
Affiliate membership with Cfur Advertising is free, however affiliates must purchase at least one matrix position to participate in the MLM business opportunity.
As such, the defacto cost of Cfur Advertising affiliate membership is $25 (the cost of one Stage 1 Tier 1 matrix position).
The trouble with matrix cyclers is they stall. When that happens there can be an awful lot of funds trapped in the system.
That appears to be the case with both TAN Marketing and Crowd Funding United Revolution (which itself is a feeder for the former), with Cfur Advertising created to remedy the situation.
Cfur Advertising itself is going to stall, with affiliates with funds trapped in TAN Marketing and Crowd Funding United Revolution likely to be the only participants.
Whether a fourth feeder scheme will be launched when Cfur Advertising inevitably stalls remains to be seen.
So Cfur Advertising looks to have already collapsed, with the exact same business model now relaunched as “C4 Crowdfunding”.
All they did was slap a crowdfunding (gifting) component on the existing matrix cycler framework.