cyclerrevshare-logoThere is no information on the CyclerRevShare website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The CyclerRevShare website domain (“cyclerevshare.biz”) was registered on the 3rd of September 2015, with an “Ashley Hinton” listed as the domain owner. A residential address in the US state of Michigan is also provided.

I was unable to put together an MLM history for Hinton, leaving a question mark as to what his or her experience is in the industry.

Read on for a full review of the CyclerRevShare MLM business opportunity.

The CyclerRevShare Product Line

CyclerRevShare has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market CyclerRevShare affiliate membership itself.

Once signed up, CyclerRevShare affiliates can invest in revenue-sharing and matrix cycler positions.

Bundled with each of these positions are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the CyclerRevShare website itself.

The CyclerRevShare Compensation Plan

The CyclerRevShare compensation plan sees affiliates invest in revenue-sharing and matrix positions.

Revenue Sharing

CyclerRevShare offers affiliates three investment levels:

  • Silver – invest $10 and receive a $12 ROI
  • Gold – invest $250 and receive a $350 ROI
  • Platinum – invest $1000 and receive a $1600 ROI

Matrix Cyclers

CyclerRevShare operate a ten-tier matrix cycler, however they do not disclose the size of the matrices used.

Nonetheless, the ten tiers of the CyclerRevShare cycler are as follows:

  • $10 cycler = $30 ROI
  • $20 cycler = $60 ROI
  • $40 cycler = $120 ROI
  • $80 cycler = $240 ROI
  • $160 cycler = $480 ROI
  • $320 cycler = $960 ROI
  • $640 cycler = $1920 ROI
  • $1250 cycler = $3750 ROI
  • $2500 and cycler = $7500 ROI
  • $5000 cycler = $15,000 ROI

CyclerRevShare claim positions purchased in each cycler “pay 300% per position”.

Referral commissions consisting of “a fraction of the cost of a position” are paid out, provided the recruiting affiliate has an active position in that particular cycler queue.

A 10% cycle commission is also paid out on the $160 and higher cyclers, provided the recruiting affiliate has an open position in that particular cycler.

Affiliates are able to buy directly into any of the cyclers, with lower tier positions also entering higher cycler tiers (sans position fee).

Joining CyclerRevShare

Affiliate membership with CyclerRevShare is $20, which provides an affiliate with one $10 revenue-sharing position and one position in the $10 cycler.

Conclusion

CyclerRevShare offers up your typical Ponzi hybrid, with direct positions and those pushed through a cycler.

Both however function in the same manner, that being ROIs are paid out via the shuffling of newly invested funds to pay off existing investors.

The CyclerRevShare advertising is neither here nor there, serving only as paper-thin pseudo-compliance to facilitiate what is otherwise financial fraud.

As with all Ponzi schemes, once recruitment of new affiliates dries up, so too will new funds entering CyclerRevShare.

CyclerRevShare do promise 15 minute ROIs, but these of course are just numbers on a screen. Quite obviously CyclerRevShare have no way to generate the 120 to 300% ROIs advertised, so expect withdrawal problems once new funds are drained.

At that¬†point the CyclerRevShare¬†collapses, leaving anyone who didn’t manage to rip off subsequent investors at a loss.