Infinity 100 Review: $100 cash gifting from Peter Wolfing
There is no information on the Infinity 100 website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Infinity 100 website domain (“infinity100.com”) was registered on the 25th of June 2009, however the domain registration is set to private.
Further research reveals the Infinity 100 domain to be using the name-servers of the National Wealth Center domain (right).
National Wealth Center (NWC) was a $25-$100 cash gifting scheme launched by Peter Wolfing, originally launched as “The Infinity Downline” in 2009.
The scam has since collapsed, with the NWC domain currently parked on a maintenance page:
With Infinity 100 using NWC’s name-servers, it’s a given that Peter Wolfing owns the company.
Supporting this is the fact that Wolfing has given himself the Infinity 100 affiliate ID “master”:
Wolfing (right) first appeared on BehindMLM’s radar back in 2012, as the admin of Turbo Cycler ($200-$1000 matrix-based Ponzi scheme).
Read on for a full review of the Infinity 100 MLM business opportunity.
The Infinity 100 Product Line
Infinity 100 has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market affiliate membership with the company itself.
Bundled with Infinity 100 affiliate membership is access to a “training library”.
The Infinity 100 Compensation Plan
The Infinity 100 compensation plan sees affiliates gift $100 payments (the cost of Infinity 100 affiliate membership) each month, to the affiliate who recruited them into the company.
This in turn then qualifies them to receive gifting payments from subsequently recruited affiliates.
Infinity 100 use a reverse 1-up compensation plan to track commissions, requiring each recruited affiliate to pass up gifting payments from their 2nd and 4th recruited affiliates.
Their downline (affiliates they recruit) must in turn pass up their 2nd and 4th affiliates too.
This passing up of gifting payments continues down for however many levels of recruitment are in an affiliate’s downline.
Joining Infinity 100
Affiliate membership with Infinity 100 is $100 a month.
Moving on from Ponzi cyclers, with Infinity 100 Peter Wolfing tries his hand at cash gifting.
Infinity 100’s model is pretty simple, with participants paying in $100 to qualify them to receive $100 from people they and their downlines recruit.
The cash gifting element of Infinity 100 is given away in the scheme’s “no refunds” refund policy:
We cannot refund money to you that has already been paid out to our affiliates.
We never even handle that money – it is paid directly to our affiliates.
Everybody passes up their 2nd and 4th gifting payments to the affiliate who recruited them (with Wolfing sitting at the top of the company-wide genealogy and receiving the most pass-ups), with the scheme lasting for as long as everybody is willing to pay $100 a month.
The problem is those at the bottom of the scheme don’t have anyone gifting them $100 a month. If the fail to recruit new affiliates, it’s a $100 cost for them.
Once recruitment of new Infinity 100 affiliates dies down, those at the bottom of the scheme will eventually stop paying their $100 a month.
This means that those above them will stop getting paid, and eventually stop paying their $100 a month too.
As this effect slowly trickles up the Infinity 100 affiliate genealogy, eventually enough affiliates stop paying their $100 a month such that an irreversible collapse is triggered.
At that point anyone who wasn’t paid more gifting payments then they paid in monthly fees, loses out.
Statistically in cash gifting schemes this is, by design, the majority of participants.