Global Income 4 All Review: Twin tier matrix cycler Ponzi
There is no information on the Global Income 4 All website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Global Income 4 All website domain (“globalincome4all.com”) was registered on the 30th of September 2015, with a “Ronaldo Harrison” listed as the owner. An address in the US state of South Dakota is also provided.
Further research reveals this address contains a city and postcode in New York, leading me to believe it’s bogus.
This naturally places a question mark on “Ronaldo Harrison”, who is also thus presumed to be a fictional identity.
Of note is the email used to register the Global Income 4 All domain was also used to register “m2mincome4u.com” on September 30th.
“M2M” is MLM underbelly code for cash gifting.
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.
The Global Income 4 All Product Line
Global Income 4 All has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Global Income 4 All affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, Global Income 4 All affiliates can participate in the income opportunity by purchasing matrix cycler positions.
Bundled with each cycler position purchase are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the Global Income 4 All website itself.
“Mostly video training courses” are also bundled with Global Income 4 All affiliate membership.
The Global Income 4 All Compensation Plan
The Global Income 4 All compensation plan sees affiliates purchase positions in two matrix cyclers.
A matrix cycler sees affiliates purchase a position in the cycler, with a fixed number of subsequently purchased positions then generating a ROI on each cycler tier.
4×1 Matrix Cycler
Global Income 4 All’s 4×1 matrix cycler sees affiliates purchase positions for $10 or $40, with commissions paid when subsequent positions are purchased.
Global Income 4 All use a 4×1 matrix structure for their cycler, requiring four new position purchases per ROI paid out.
- Feeder Tier (costs $10) – cycles into Tier 1
- Tier 1 (costs $40 unless cycling from Feeder Tier) – pays $60 and cycles into Tier 2
- Tier 2 – pays $200 and cycles into Tier 3
- Tier 3 – pays $400 and cycles into Tier 4
- Tier 4 – pays $1600
4×4 Matrix Cycler
Global Income 4 All’s 4×4 cycler is a single-matrix cycler, again requiring subsequent position purchases in order to push through ROIs at each level.
A 4×4 matrix places an affiliate at the top of the matrix, with four positions directly under them:
These initial four positions form the first level of the matrix, with the second level generated by splitting each of the four positions into another four positions each.
The third level of the matrix is generated by splitting the sixteen level two positions into another four positions each, and again to form the fourth and final level of the matrix.
In total, a 4×4 matrix has 340 poisitions to fill, with commissions at each level paid out as follows:
- level 1 (postions cost $2) – pays $2 and cycles into level 2
- level 2 – pays $6 and cycles into level 3
- level 3 – pays $2700 and cycles into level 4
- level 4 – pays $128,000
Joining Global Income 4 All
Affiliate membership with Global Income 4 All is $10, with affiliates also required to purchase either a $2 or $10 matrix cycler position.
This pegs the total minimum cost of Global Income 4 All affiliate membership at $12 to $20.
Any additional position purchases will increase this initial minimum cost.
Global Income 4 All combines the familiar ad-credit frontend ruse with a Ponzi backend.
Affiliates sign up, invest either $10 or $2 and are then paid a ROI from subsequently funded positions.
No external revenue within the scheme exists, neither is anything being marketed to or sold to retail customers.
Thus he flow of money within Global Income 4 All is such that newly invested funds are used to pay off existing investors.
The bundled advertising credits are neither here nor there, serving only as a thin-layer of pseudo-compliance to cover what is otherwise outright financial fraud.
Logically speaking if advertising credits (or even access to marketing videos) was truly being marketed and sold, refunds on unused advertising credits would be possible.
Instead, as per Global Income 4 All’s refund policy;
Q: Can I get a refund?
A: No, since this is a memeber (sic) to member system and you will have instant access to our product in your member,s (sic) area, there are no refunds.
A “member to member system” sees affiliates paying eachother, which within the context of Global Income 4 All’s compensation plan is where the Ponzi element comes into play.
Naturally Global Income 4 All can’t offer refunds if newly invested funds are immediately shuffled around to pay off existing investors.
As with all such schemes, once recruitment of new affiliate investors dries up, Global Income 4 All will find itself unable to meet it’s ROI obligations.
Being a matrix cycler based scheme, this will present itself by way of cycles taking longer and longer to process. Eventually recruitment will slow down to the extent that Global Income 4 All will have collapsed entirely.
It is pretty common for cycler admins to preload positions in their schemes, with the intention of guaranteeing they walk away with the majority of funds invested.
With the math behind the ROI payouts stacked heavily against them, everybody else loses out.