Mula Matrix Review: One and a half years of prelaunch?
Mula Matrix in its current format was first announced mid-last year. Prior to that there was a launch announcement that had something to do with ClickBank in late 2013.
Citing “brute force attacks”, the scheme had still not launched as of December 2014.
In January 2015 a March 21st launch date was set.
At the time of publication, a countdown timer on the Mula Matrix website advises that a new launch date has been set for March 28th.
Admin communications from Mula Matrix are signed off on by a “Robert Arnold”.
Other than an individual with the same name credited with running Reserved Position (a recruitment-driven scheme), I was unable to find any further information on this person.
Alexa are currently estimating that some 50.5% of traffic to the Mula Matrix domain is originating out of Italy, so there’s a good chance that’s where the business is being run out of.
Meanwhile the Mula Matrix website domain (“mulamatrix.com”), was registered on the 11th of June 2013 but the domain registration is set to private.
Flagging this one as highly suspicious…
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 Mula Matrix Product Line
Mula Matrix has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market affiliate membership with the company itself.
Bundled with Mula Matrix affiliate matrix is access to an ebook library. No further information is provided.
The Mula Matrix Compensation Plan
The Mula Matrix compensation plan revolves around affiliates signing up and then purchasing matrix positions.
These positions are offered across three tiers, Silver, Gold and Diamond.
The matrix used by Mula Matrix is a 10×4. This matrix has ten positions on the first level, 100 on the second, 1000 on the third and ten thousand on the fourth.
Commissions are paid out when affiliates buy new positions in the matrix, which is tied into the recruitment of new affiliates.
- Silver Matrix ($12.98 a position) – $2 per position filled
- Gold Matrix ($33.98 a position) – $4 per position filled
- Diamond Matrix ($64.98) – $6 per position filled
Note that Mula Matrix affiliates are only able to earn commissions on the tier they bought in at.
Silver affiliates are only paid when other Silver affiliates are placed in their matrix. Gold affiliates are paid on Gold and Silver affiliates being placed and Diamond affiliates are paid on all three.
Note that in order to qualify to withdraw commissions, all Mula Matrix affiliates must have at least five affiliates in their matrix. These affiliates can be personally recruited or recruited by other affiliates.
Joining Mula Matrix
Affiliate membership with Mula Matrix is tied to the purchase of a matrix position:
- Silver – $12.98
- Gold – $33.98
- Diamond – $64.98
The primary difference between these three levels of affiliate membership is income potential through the Mula Matrix compensation plan.
As far as I can see, there’s no justification for an MLM prelaunch spanning some one and a half years.
Anything more than a week, two tops and it’s pretty clear something shifty is going on.
Here with Mula Matrix, it seems the admin has no intention to ever start the scheme, but is happy to collect affiliate fees from those who join the scheme.
As to Mula Matrix’s business model, it’s a pretty straight forward three-tier recruitment scheme. Affiliates buy into one of the three tiers, and are then paid when new affiliates join after them.
Recruitment can be direct or indirect, with how much an affiliate and those recruited spend on their membership dictating how much is earned.
As with all recruitment-driven schemes, once recruitment dries up so too will the commissions paid out. At that point Mula Matrix collapses.
Before it gets to that point though, the scheme has to actually launch.
When will that be? Who knows… seventeen months and counting now.