MiniLineCycler Review: 50c subscription micro-matrix Ponzi
There is no information on the MiniLineCycler website indicating who owns or runs teh business.
The MiniLineCycler website domain (“minilinecycler.com”) was registered on the 7th of August 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.
Of note are that most of the websites hosted on the MiniLineCycler website carry a .ru domain extension, suggesting MiniLineCycler might be run out of Russia.
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 MiniLineCycler Product Line
MiniLineCycler has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market MiniLineCycler affiliate membership itself.
The MiniLineCycler Compensation Plan
The MiniLineCycler compensation plan sees affiliates purchase $8 matrix cycler positions, which pay a ROI once three subsequent positions have been purchased.
Each $8 purchase is broken down into daily 50 cent positions, which are then fed into a 3×1 matrix cycler.
Each cycle pays a $1.50 commission, with 75 cents held by the company and put towards a subscription.
This subscription costs 50 cents a day (generating a new matrix position), with a subscription balance of $0 seeing a MiniLineCycler affiliate ceasing to create new matrix positions daily.
Eight dollars divided by fifty cents is sixteen, with the extra 50 cents used to pay a 50 cent referral commission whenever a personally recruited affiliate purchase an $8 matrix position.
MiniLineCycler affiliate membership is $5, with an additional $8 required to purchase one matrix cycler position subscription.
With nothing being marketed or sold to affiliates, MiniLineCycler simply shuffle newly invested funds around to pay off existing investors.
This qualifies MiniLineCycler as a Ponzi scheme.
The math is pretty straight forward, with each position in the matrix costing 50 cents and paying out $1.50.
That’s three times the initial position cost, which fits in with a 3×1 matrix being used (3 positions generates $1.50).
The subscription forces mandatory reinvestment into the scheme, with the idea to artificially prolong the inevitable collapse for as possible.
In the end though, once recruitment dies down and new funds entering the scheme drops off, MiniLineCycler can only shuffle existing affiliate’s funds around for so long before they collapse.
At that point funds attached to uncycled positions are taken by the admin, with him or her disappearing off into whatever hidey-hole they are running MiniLineCycler from.