Infinity Processing System Review: Three-tier gifting pyramid
Infinity Processing System operates in the marketing MLM niche.
Adriana Villegas is presented as owner of the company;
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Villegas appears to have made a name for herself promotion various scams on social media:
Some examples of pyramid schemes Villegas promoted include Paycation, National Wealth Center, Pro Travel Plus, 25 Dollar 1Up, No Limits Team, Newbies on Fire, Easy 1 Up,
Villegas aims her marketing at both English and Spanish recruits.
Villegas claims that, before finding online scams to promote circa ~2014, she was a “college dropout trading time for money”.
Circa mid 2021 Villegas appears to have burnt out promoting other people’s scams, which leads us to Infinity Processing System.
Read on for a full review of Infinity Processing System’s MLM opportunity.
Infinity Processing System’s Products
Infinity Processing System has no retailable products or services.
Affiliates are only able to market Infinity Processing System affiliate membership itself.
Infinity Processing System affiliate membership provides access to various “digital marketing products”:
Infinity Processing System’s Compensation Plan
Infinity Processing System affiliates sign up at three price-points:
- Starter – $50
- Elite – $150
- Pro – $300
Commissions are paid when they recruit others who do the same.
Infinity Processing System affiliates earn a commission when they recruit new affiliates.
Recruitment commission rates are determined by how much an Infinity Processing System affiliate paid in membership fees:
- Starter tier affiliates earn $50 per recruit
- Elite tier affiliates earn $50 per Starter tier recruit and $150 per Elite and Pro tier recruit
- Pro tier affiliates earn $50 per Starter tier recruit, $150 per Elite tier recruit and $300 per Pro tier recruit
Infinity Processing System pays residual commissions via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
Residual commissions are paid when Starter and Elite tier affiliates recruit higher tier affiliates.
E.g. a Starter tier affiliate recruits a Pro tier affiliate. The starter tier affiliate is paid $50, leaving $250 still to pay out ($300 minus $50).
Infinity Processing System searches upline through the unilevel team, looking for an Elite or Pro tier affiliate.
If an Elite is found first, they are paid $100 ($150 minus $50 already paid out), leaving $150 to be paid out to the first Pro tier upline affiliate.
If a Pro tier affiliate is found first, they receive the full $250 outstanding residual commission.
In this manner higher tier Infinity Processing System affiliates receive commissions on the recruitment efforts of downline lower tier affiliates.
Joining Infinity Processing System
Infinity Processing System affiliate membership is available at three price points:
- Starter – $50
- Elite – $150
- Pro – $300
The more an Infinity Processing System affiliate spends on membership, the higher their income potential.
Infinity Processing System
Having promoted scams for years, Adriana Villegas is now running her own scam.
Infinity Processing System is a simple gifting pyramid scheme hybrid.
The gifting element exists by way of 100% of membership fees being paid out as recruitment commissions. This is most noticeable at the Pro tier, where every recruit gifts their membership fee to the person who recruited them.
Lower tier affiliates pass-up portional gifting payments to upline affiliates who paid more in membership fees.
This is “pay to play”, one of the hallmarks of an MLM pyramid scheme.
We can confirm Infinity Processing System is a pyramid scheme, by way of 100% of commissions paid out being tied to recruitment.
In light of Infinity Processing System operating as a pyramid scheme, the digital products bundled with membership fees are neither here nor there.
MLM companies without retail sales operate as pyramid schemes. Bundling products to membership fees doesn’t change the otherwise fraudulent business model.
MLM pyramid schemes require a constant stream of new recruits to pay commissions out.
When they inevitably collapse, math guarantees the majority of participants in MLM pyramid schemes lose money.
The products are your typical digital garbage. They have been just slapped together, then they put a bow on top to make it look pretty.
Generally, none of these products offer any kind of real value. Included all together, it just makes this pyramid scheme look a little more legitimate, but only just a little!
Is she Colombian? I’m pretty sure I saw her name either in a OmegaPro or Zoe presentation.
Didn’t really look into Villegas’ ethnic background.
This is a total scam.. needs shut down.. along with everyone she has promoting this. Needs to be prosucted.
Thank you for posting these informative type sites. I just passed this along to a girl friend of mine who was thinking of joining this scheme.
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i use this system and i have me and my clients earning serious results from it.
dont hate the player hate the game. this works, you just couldnt get it to.
learn how to network then market yourself and what you do and pass on the opportunity to those you think could do well with it.
Whether you and your friends are still money through a gifting pyramid scheme isn’t the issue here.
Infinity Processing System being a gifting pyramid scheme in which the majority of participants will lose money is the issue.
No amount of 2000s era marketing cliches can change basic math.
This is not a pyramid scam. Do you really know how a pyramid scam works? The products are real not the best mind you but real. The people are paid 100% commission. There is no unilevel.
You either learn the system and make it xork or you don’t & you lose $$. So stop hating.
She has a lot of people who made $$ marketing the course whereas she’s only getting paid for the website fee 1X only.
Yes that part sucks where you can’t get to the marketing material until you pay an admin fee and also get the duplicate website. Maybe that’s a bit questionable.
An MLM pyramid scheme is where the majority of commissions are paid to affiliates recruiting affiliates.
In other words, Infinity Processing System’s business model. Attaching products to a pyramid scheme doesn’t make it legitimate.
There also very much is a unilevel team within said business model, through which pass-ups are tracked.
Best you sit down if you don’t understand the scam you’re promoting.
Oz I have to disagree with you there for some different reasons. You mentioned two things MLM (Multi level marketing) and “Pyramid” Scheme.
The clue is in the title pyramid aka triangle, lots of these schemes need you to recruit a number of people to make back investements, forming a triangle shape.
This however, although I am not currently a part of this, you can make back 100% of what you have earned with one sale, where is that pyramid shape you mentioned there?
Also MLM now known as (network marketing) isn’t illegal it allows residual commissions to be paid from downline members, who are recruited.
I am getting tired of when I come to do my homework on opportunities, people are still banging on about ponzi schemes that aren’t ponzi schemes.
This to me looks like a product that can be marketed as an affiliate to receive a commission on.
Infinity Processing System is an illegal gifting pyramid scheme. Whether you personally recruit your victims is neither here nor there.
I have no idea what you are on about. Infinity Processing System is an illegal gifting pyramid scheme because of its business model.
If you want to attribute a shape to the business model and go of on a waffle rant, that’s your business. Infinity Processing System is an illegal gifting pyramid scheme regardless.
Nobody said it was. Infinity Processing System is an illegal gifting pyramid scheme.
Then you’ll know exactly how I feel about people coming on here banging on about “triangles” and “mLm IsN’t IlLeGaL!”.
Go see an optometrist. Infinity Processing System is an illegal gifting pyramid scheme.
You could not be more wrong and you are actually spreading false information. This is a Digital product only. There is no making money by recruiting people. If I sell someone the product I make money.
If the person I sell to sells the product I get none of that money hence not a pyramid scheme.
If you put in the work and make sells then you get paid not by recruiting other people to make sales.
You really didn’t do any research or you would not be writing this false information.
Digital Marketing and e-learning are legitimate business opportunities with more and more people working online.
Again I will iterate that this is NOT a in any way a pyramid scheme.
Infinity Processing System is a three-tier gifting pyramid. All commissions are tied to recruitment, as there are no retail sales in the compensation plan.
Calling gifting payments “sales” doesn’t change what they are.
So what? Sending money to a person and not getting what is promised is fraudulent so I agree with that. Gifting someone cash… digital money or cash money is not illegal. You pay to play. (Ozedit: snip, see below)
There’s a difference between sending someone money and participating in a gifting scheme.
The latter is illegal the world over.
Whether you see the problem with illegal gifting schemes, in which the majority of participants are guaranteed to lose money, is neither here nor there.
Joining a pyramid and expecting profit is not a “Gift” nor is it a game.
“Gifting”/”Crowd-sourcing” pyramids are illegal and dishonest. Simple.