Coins N Dollars Review: Math Guru guarantees Ponzi returns?
Coins N Dollars provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.
The Coins N Dollars website domain (“coinsndollars.com”) was privately registered on July 13th, 2017.
The official Coins N Dollars Facebook group has one admin, Jack Browne.
The Jack Browne profile was created in May, 2016 and has no content other than a few profile photo changes. This suggests the account is bogus and was likely recently purchased by whoever is actually running Coins N Dollars.
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.
Coins N Dollars Products
Coins N Dollars has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Coins N Dollars affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, Coins N Dollars affiliates purchase matrix cycler positions.
Each position purchase comes bundled with ad credits, which can be used to display advertising on the Coins N Dollars website.
The Coins N Dollars Compensation Plan
Coins N Dollars affiliates purchase $29 positions in a five-tier 2×2 matrix cycler.
A 2×2 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 these two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Once all six positions in the matrix are filled, a “cycle” is generated and a commission paid out.
Commissions across Coins N Dollars’ five matrix cycler tiers are as follows:
- Tier 1 (positions cost ($29) – $90 commission and cycles into Tier 2
- Tier 2 – $180 commission and cycles into Tier 3
- Tier 3 – $270 commission and cycles into Tier 4
- Tier 4 – $360 commission and cycles into Tier 5
- Tier 5 – $450 commission and generates a new Tier 1 cycler position
A 10% matching bonus is paid on each tier when personally recruited affiliates cycle out.
Joining Coins N Dollars
Coins N Dollars affiliate membership is free, however affiliates must purchase at least one $29 cycler position to participate in the attached income opportunity.
If the anonymous admin behind Coins N Dollars is to be believed, a “math guru” has found a way to beat basic math.
GURU CRACKED THE MATH CODE WE CAN PAY YOU FOREVER!
Our tech has found out how to keep paying members forever!
Found such an easy way to pay YOU so we filed for a PATENT!
Math Guru Guarantee! 2 X 2 NOT TO STALL!
Our Guru has a Patent pending on his math…
Patent pending math that generates perpetual payouts forever?
Coins N Dollars is nothing more than a 2×2 matrix cycler. An affiliate invests $29, steals $1350 from those who join after them – wash, rinse and repeat.
Like any other Ponzi scheme, once affiliate recruitment drops off so too will new investment.
Being a matrix-based scam this will see Coins N Dollars’ cycler matrices stall, which in turn prompts a collapse.
If you need further proof that there isn’t some mathematical secret that makes $29 in, $1350 sustainable, a peek at the Coins N Dollars website source-code reveals:
Patent pending math my ass. Coins N Dollars is run by some schmuck who bought a YourFreeWorld script.
Same as all the matrix cyclers that have come before it, mathematics guarantees that the majority of Coins N Dollars affiliates will ultimately lose money.
LOL we know the secret to perpetual earning but you’re just going to have to take our word for it and pay us for the privilege of knowing that we know 😛
Where is the patent filing number?
These people will say anything to get you to spend your few dollars on hopes of easy wealth.
Tiz the season for all the ponzi hyip programs to pop up so people can plant their “Christmas” seed money.
The really sad part is it will be the same people that fell for this stuff last year and the year before.
Remember Achieve with their triple bla bla never fail system?
No one can be original enough with the hype machine.
So many crap schemes. Wake up people! Don’t give them your money!
Did you ever stop and think that if a matrix was done right it could work…you never mentioned a thing about the mechanics of why this one is different. Probably because you didn’t take the time to do the research.
I have emailed this to the owners who I know. (Ozedit: Offtopic derail attempts removed)
You can’t do bad math right.
In a matrix Ponzi positions are filled via new investment, tied to recruitment. When recruitment dies so does the scam.
Because it isn’t. Coins N Dollars is the same as all the other matrix Ponzi scams.
people in the real world don’t waste time on the impossible.
You obviously can’t do math. The only way a matrix would work is by recruiting more members / victims.
Tsk, tsk, tsk. So many people claimed what you did. I can still remember “Achieve Community” with supposedly secret “3-D Matrix” and “Triple Algorithm”. It’s hilarious.
Its the same thing different day. How many times have we heard ” Oh but this is different because… or… Oh but you see this is not like Achieve .. Bla Bla Bla”..
Math is Math and Facts are Factual… You need new members putting in NEW/FRESH funds for any matrix to survive..
It absolutely amazed me when the Achieve People claimed they to had the Secret Sauce of a Matrix that could never stop…..but what amazed me even more was the fact that so many people believed this and used it in their marketing…….Come On Now!!! Tisk Tisk is right Kasey Chang E Lot..
You are referring to making something from nothing and when someone figures that out it would be an end to poverty but why on earth would you set up a seedy revshare/ponzi with that?
You put something in to get more back and that extra is obligated to everyone who joins then the question people have been trying to solve for over a hundred years is where does that extra come from if not from everyone else?
It seems the sites with the most inane reasons for existing are the ones that generate the hype simply because of the average intelligence of people today being much lower than it was 50 years ago.
This company is no good and a scheme. They wont even tell you who the owner is.
I think we can see clearly WHO didn’t do the research after all this time.
What scam are you promoting now?