Matrix Madness Review: Two-tier matrix based cash gifting
There is no information on the Matrix Madness website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Matrix Madness website domain (“matrixmadness.biz”) was privately registered on November 14th, 2016.
A link to a YouTube marketing video on the Matrix Madness website is hosted on an account belonging to LaCrisha Wallace.
Wallace (right) is also an admin in a Facebook group named “Pre Launch Madness”, linked directly from the Matrix Madness website.
Other MLM opportunities promoted on Wallace’s YouTube channel include Residual Income in a Box and Virtual County Fair.
As per her Facebook profile, Wallace appears to commit herself to various MLM underbelly “programs” each month:
My December programs will be Matrix Madness, CyclerKing and Reverse Profits!! Whose excited??
I am!! Expected income for the month of December?? $50,000!!!
Read on for a full review of the Matrix Madness MLM opportunity.
The Matrix Madness Product Line
Matrix Madness has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Matrix Madness affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, Matrix Madness affiliates gift money to the affiliate who recruited them.
Bundled with these payments are ad credits, which can be used to display advertising on the Matrix Madness website.
The Matrix Madness Compensation Plan
The Matrix Madness compensation plan sees affiliates gift funds to eachother via a two-tier matrix cycler.
Matrix sizes used in the Matrix Madness cycler are 2×2 and 2×3.
A 2×2 matrix places a Matrix Madness affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:
These two positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting each of the two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
A complete 2×2 matrix house six positions.
A 2×3 matrix adds a third level to the matrix for a total of fourteen positions:
A Matrix Madness affiliate begins by gifting $25 to the affiliate who recruited them. This payment qualifies the affiliate to receive payments from other Matrix Madness affiliates.
Depending on which matrix cycler is chosen, payments across Matrix Madness’ two cyclers are as follows:
- level 1 – gift $25 to the affiliate who recruited you and receive $25 from two subsequently recruited affiliates
- level 2 – gift $50 and receive $50 from four affiliates, completing level 2 also generates a new level 1 position
- level 3 – gift $150 and receive $150 from eight affiliates
- matrix 1, level 1 – gift $25 to the affiliate who recruited you and receive $25 from two subsequently recruited affiliates
- matrix 1, level 2 – gift $50 and receive $50 from four affiliates, completing matrix 1, level 2 also generates a new matrix 1, level 1 position
- matrix 2, level 1 – gift $150 and receive $150 from two affiliates, completing matrix 2, level 1 also generates a new matrix 1, level 1 position
- matrix 2, level 2 – gift $250 and receive $250 from four affiliates
Joining Matrix Madness
Matrix Madness affiliate membership is $5.
To participate in the attached income opportunity at least one $25 matrix position purchase is required.
Matrix Madness describe themselves as a “member to member payment system”:
What is a Member to Member payment System?
A member to member payment system is when you make a sale, the customer will pay you directly to your payment processor of your choice. Basically you will receive 100% commission.
This is otherwise known as cash gifting.
New Matrix Madness affiliates sign up and gift $25 or more to the affiliate who recruited them.
This payment in turn qualifies the affiliate to begin scamming people who join after them.
The higher tiers of Matrix Madness’ matrix cyclers are a repeat process, the only change being the amounts gifted and received increase.
Do you have refunds?
Your membership is NON-REFUNDABLE. All payments are final.
We cannot refund money to you that has already been paid out to our members (or your Uplines). We never even handle that money – it is paid directly to our members.
The bundled ad credits are neither here nor there, serving only as pseudo-compliance in an attempt to justify financial fraud.
As with all cash gifting schemes, once recruitment of new Matrix Madness affiliates slows down so too will payments within the system.
Matrix-based cash gifting schemes see the admin preload positions and make off with the lion’s share of deposited funds (each matrix level passes up funds to earlier positions).
Matrix Madness affiliates who managed to join early get what’s left, with the majority of the affiliate-base eventually taking a loss.