Money Power Wealth Review: Troy Mason reboots 25X Club
Money Power Wealth fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website.
Money Power Wealth’s website domain (“moneypowerwealth.com”), was privately registered on September 29th, 2022.
A BehindMLM reader tipped me off about Money Power Wealth being a 25X Club reboot last week.
Sure enough if you visit 25X Club’s website domain, it now redirects to Money Power Wealth.
Before Our Gas Club Troy Mason was running Ztegrity.
Ztegrity was initially a forex themed scam. Mason rebooted Ztegrity as a gas card pyramid scheme after the CFTC sued for commodities fraud in mid 2021.
In October 2022, Mason settled the CFTC’s Ztegrity lawsuit for $943,570.
Mason’s last 25X Club marketing video was posted on his YouTube channel on October 27th.
Sometime after that 25X Club was rebooted as Money Power Wealth.
Read on for a full review of Money Power Wealth’s MLM opportunity.
Money Power Wealth’s Products
Money Power Wealth markets $99.95 custom branded metal credit or debit cards.
Retail customers send Money Power Wealth an existing card they own. The card appears to be cloned and then both cards are sent back to the customer.
Shipping and handling is charged on top of the $99.95 card fee.
Money Power Wealth’s Compensation Plan
Money Power Wealth’s compensation plan pays on the sale of metal cards to retail customers and recruited affiliates.
Money Power Wealth affiliates earn a $20 per commission per card sold to a retail customer.
Money Power Wealth pays residual commissions down two level of recruitment (unilevel):
- level 1 – $20 per card purchased by personally recruited affiliates
- level 2 – $20 per card sold by personally recruited affiliates (to either retail customers or affiliates they recruit
Joining Money Power Wealth
Money Power Wealth affiliate membership is either free or $99.95.
The $99.95 affiliate option includes a custom metal card.
Money Power Wealth Conclusion
Possibly weary of further regulatory action, Money Power Wealth is a departure from 25X Club’s pyramid scheme.
Well, sort of. Whereas 25X Club was a blatant pyramid scheme, Money Power Wealth is only one if the majority of card purchases are by affiliates.
To that end Money Power Wealth’s retail offering comes off as pseudo-compliance – there’s no difference between the retail and affiliate offering, other than the attached income opportunity.
Unfortunately despite that, whether the majority of cards Money Power Wealth sell are purchased by affiliates or retail customers remains unclear. At least company-wide.
What you can do as a prospective affiliate is ask your potential upline how many retail cards they’ve sold. Weigh that against how many affiliates they’ve recruited and you’ll get some idea of how they’re running their Money Power Wealth business.
What you’re looking for is a 50% mix at least, preferably with a tilt towards more retail cards over affiliate cards.
Take any hesitation to withhold this information as confirmation that affiliate is running Money Power Wealth as a pyramid scheme, and act accordingly.
As to the cards themselves, I see it as a relatively harmless gimmick.
If getting a branded metal card replacement for $99.95 appeals to you, go for it I guess.
It’s worth noting that in 2018 Mason was marketing similar custom cards through ZBlackCard.
The difference between ZBlackCard and Money Power Wealth is ZBlackCard didn’t let you send in a card. You essentially bought into a prepaid service, which of course Mason made a commission on.
ZBlackCard isn’t around anymore. Make of that what you will.