Direct Mail Pro provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business.

Direct Mail Pro’s website domain (“”) was first registered in 2007.

The domain registration was last updated privately on August 1st, 2019.

In the testimonial section of Direct Mail Pro’s website, affiliates promoting the company can be seen thanking Peter Wolfing.

On his personal Facebook profile, Wolfing refers to Direct Mail Pro as “DMP”:

Peter Wolfing (right) first appeared on BehindMLM’s radar back in 2012, as the admin of Turbo Cycler ($200-$1000 matrix-based Ponzi scheme).

Other MLM underbelly schemes launched by Wolfing over the years include Turbo Cycler (cash gifting), Ultimate Cycler (Ponzi cycler), Business Toolbox(chain-recruitment), Infinity 100 (cash gifting), National Wealth Center (cash gifting) and Pay Me Forward (cash gifting).

Despite being launched in 2013 and long-since collapsed, in 2016 Ultimate Cycler Ultimate was revived by Nigerian scammers. Wolfing redesigned the Ultimate Cycler website to cater to Nigerian affiliates and rode the wave.

In 2017 Wolfing launched Ueconomy, a short-lived cash gifting scheme. About a year ago Wolfing launched Hand of Heaven, a shameless religious themed gifting scam.

Hand of Heaven lasted about as long as Wolfing’s other schemes. It seems he’s settled for a scam a year schedule, of which Direct Mail Pro is the latest offering.

Read on for a full review of Direct Mail Pro’s MLM opportunity.

Direct Mail Pro’s Products

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

Direct Mail Pro affiliate membership provides access to various marketing tools and “other cool stuff”.

Direct Mail Pro’s Compensation Plan

Direct Mail Pro affiliates buy into five tiers of compensation.

  • Kickstarter – $250
  • Amateur – $500
  • Elite – $1000
  • Pro – $2500
  • VIP – $5000

Commissions are paid when they recruit others who do the same.

Direct Mail Pro affiliates earn a 40% recruitment commissions up to the tier they’ve bought in at.

If an affiliate is recruited who buys in at a higher tier than the affiliate who recruited them, the difference is paid upline to the first qualified affiliate.

Qualification only requires an upline Direct Mail Pro affiliate to have bought in at the same or higher tier.

Buying in at the $5000 VIP tier qualifies a Direct Mail Pro affiliate to earn full commissions on all tiers.

A 20% level 2 commission is also paid out on recruitment.

Although not explicitly clarified, I believe the level 2 commission is also subject to tier qualification.

Joining Direct Mail Pro

Direct Mail Pro affiliate membership costs $250 to $5000.

  • Kickstarter – $250
  • Amateur – $500
  • Elite – $1000
  • Pro – $2500
  • VIP – $5000

The primary difference between Direct Mail Pro’s affiliate membership tiers is income potential via the compensation plan.


Direct Mail Pro is a simple enough pyramid scheme.

You buy in and get paid to recruit others who buy in. They recruit their own recruits and if you bought in high enough, you earn residual recruitment commissions.

With this model it doesn’t matter what’s added to affiliate membership, Direct Mail Pro is still an unsustainable pyramid scheme.

As with all pyramid schemes, once affiliate recruitment drops off so too will commissions.

This will eventually lead to collapse, resulting in the majority of Direct Mail Pro affiliates losing money.

Look no further than Peter Wolfing’s previous collapsed scams to see this exact scenario having played out over and over again.