MoneyCashFlowSystem Review: $11 seven-tier matrix cycler
Other than a PO Box address in Panama (which belongs to a domain registration company), there is no information on the MoneyCashFlowSystem website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The MoneyCashFlowSystem website domain (“moneycashflowsystem.com”), was registered on the 21st of April 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.
Alexa currently estimates that 38% of traffic to the MoneyCashFlowSystem webstite originates out of India, with Germany the second largest source at 23.9%. This strongly suggests it is either India or Germany that MoneyCashFlow system is being operated out of.
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 MoneyCashFlowSystem Product Line
MoneyCashFlowSystem has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market affiliate membership with the company itself.
Once signed up, MoneyCashFlowSystem affiliates are then able to purchase $11 matrix positions.
Bundled with each of these positions are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the MoneyCashFlowSystem website.
The MoneyCashFlowSystem Compensation Plan
The MoneyCashFlowSystem sees affiliates purchase $11 matrix positions, which are then entered into a series of matrix cyclers.
MoneyCashFlowSystem use a seven tier matrix cycler, with 3×1 and 5×1 matrix sizes used.
Both are relatively simple in structure, with a 3×1 requiring three positions to be filled and a 5×1 five positions.
Positions in these matrices are filled when additional positions are purchased, either by the MoneyCashFlowSystem affiliate themselves or other recruited affiliates.
Commissions are paid out once each matrix is filled, which then also “cycles” the position into the next tier of the cycler:
- Phase 1 (3×1, positions cost $11) – pays $6 commission and creates a new position in a Phase 2 matrix
- Phase 2 (3×1) – pays $10 commission and creates a new position in a a Phase 3 matrix
- Phase 3 (3×1) – pays $30 commission and creates a new position in a Phase 4 matrix
- Phase 4 (3×1) – pays $50 commission and creates a new position in a Phase 5 matrix
- Phase 5 (3×1) – pays $80 commission and creates a new position in a Phase 6 matrix
- Phase 6 (3×1) – pays $130 commission and creates a new position in a Phase 7 matrix
- Phase 7 (5×1) – pays $790 commission and creates a new position back into a Phase 1 matrix
When personally recruited affiliates cycle out of any of the above seven matrix tiers, the following bonus commissions are paid out:
- Phases 1 and 2 – $4
- Phase 3 – $10
- Phase 4 – $20
- Phase 5 – $40
- Phase 6 – $50
- Phase 7 – $100
Affiliate membership with MoneyCashFlow is free, however affiliates must purchase at least one matrix position to participate in the income opportunity.
As such the defacto minimum cost of MoneyCashFlowCycler affiliate membership is $11 (the cost of one matrix position).
We’ve seen a few of these “phase-based” cyclers pop up of late, with MoneyCashFlowCycler continuing to push the multi-tier business model.
Mathematically things are pretty simple, with $11 invested by affiliates on the promise of an eventual $1096 ROI.
The raw number of subsequently purchased positions required to get paid this amount equates to 100, which blows out to even more once referral bonus cycle commissions are factored in.
Realistically only the first positions entered into the company-wide matrix are going to have that many positions under them. And of course those positions are owned by MoneyCashFlowCycler’s anonymous admin…
Everyone else loses out once recruitment of new affiliates slows down, with each of the seven-tiers of the matrix cycler then stalling.
Double payday for MoneyCashFlowCycler’s admin, who also keeps any funds attached to stalled positions.