# Matrix Million Review: Five-tier matrix cycler Ponzi

There is no information on the Matrix Million website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Matrix Million website domain (“matrixmillion.com”) was registered on September 15th 2016, however the domain registration is set to private.

Alexa currently estimate that India is the largest source of traffic to the Matrix Million website (36.8%). This suggests that whoever is running the company is also likely based out of India.

**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 Matrix Million Product Line

Matrix Million has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Matrix Million affiliate membership itself.

## The Matrix Million Compensation Plan

Matrix Million affiliates purchase positions in a five-tier matrix cycler.

Matrix sizes used in the Matrix Million cycler include 2×2, 2×3, 2×4, 2×5 and 2×6.

A 2×2 matrix places an affiliate at the top of the 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 2×3 matrix expands the concept of a 2×2 matrix by adding an additional third layer (8 positions).

2×4, 2×5 and 2×6 matrices build on the previously sized matrix by each adding an additional level with twice as many positions as the previous.

Matrix Million affiliates sign up and pay $10 to purchase a position in Matrix 1 (2×2).

Matrix positions are filled by position purchases by other Matrix Million affiliates.

Commissions are paid across Matrix Million’s five cycler tiers as follows:

- Matrix 1 (2×2, positions cost $10) – $5 per position filled with $20 used to cycle into Matrix 2 ($10 profit)
- Matrix 2 (2×3) – $5 per position filled with $80 used to cycle into Matrix 3 ($30 profit)
- Matrix 3 (2×4) – $20 per position filled with $500 used to cycle into Matrix 4 ($100 profit)
- Matrix 5 (2×5) – $100 per position filled with $5000 used to cycle into Matrix 6 ($1200 profit)
- Matrix 6 (2×6) – $500 per position filled on levels 1 to 3 and $1000 on levels 4 to 6 for a total commission of $123,000

Note that all payments and commissions paid within Matrix Million are made via bitcoin.

### Cycle Bonus

Matrix Million affiliates who own a position that reaches Matrix 4 receive an iPhone 6s.

Affiliates who own a position that reached Matrix 5 will receive a 4 nights, 5 days trip to Thailand.

## Joining Matrix Million

Matrix Million affiliate membership is tied to at least one $10 matrix position purchase.

Note that this purchase must be made in bitcoin.

## Conclusion

Matrix Million can be boiled down to a simple $10 in, $124,340 out ROI opportunity.

With the ROI paid out of subsequently invested funds, Matrix Million functions as a Ponzi scheme.

A $123,340 ROI requires the purchase of *at least* 12,434 $10 Matrix 1 positions. Owing to the non-linear manner in which the Matrix Million company-wide matrix fills, this figure is actually higher.

Needless to say the only positions reaching the upper tiers of Matrix Million are those preloaded by the admin(s).

This is important to note as each cycler tier of Matrix Million funnels most of the earned commissions to existing affiliates, with the admin-owned positions the first to be created.

This ensures the Matrix Million admins will walk away with most of the funds invested into Matrix Million, by design of course.

The use of bitcoin means victim recovery efforts will be next to impossible, another plus for the anonymous Matrix Million admins.

But hey, don’t let any of that stop you invested into a company that promises a $124,340 ROI and refers to itself as Matrix *Million*.

Or maybe that’s just how many people the admin(s) are hoping fall for their Ponzi scam. Who knows.