My Amazing Life Review: $24.95 a month recruitment scheme
There is no information on the My Amazing Life website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The My Amazing Life website domain (“myamazinglife.org”) was registered on the 8th of June 2015, listing a Thomas Sullivan as the owner. An address in Perth, Australia is also provided.
Sullivan first appeared on BehindMLM’s radar as the admin of ProfitAdz, a Ponzi pyramid hybrid that advertised 200% ROIs on $10 investments.
ProfitAdz collapsed shortly after launch, with Sullivan having previously launched PowerOf3 (recruitment-driven pyramid scheme) and AdzPays (another 200% ROI Ponzi scheme) before it.
After lying dormant for a few years, it appears Sullivan is back with the launch of a new company.
Read on for a full review of the My Amazing Life MLM business opportunity.
The My Amazing Life Product Line
The only stand-alone products listed on the My Amazing Life website are some sort of online marketing training and essential oils.
Both products are listed as costing $5.99 a month, with no further information provided.
My Amazing Life Products only appear to be purchasable by affiliates, with $24.95 a month including the above products plus access to a “Your Mental Success” weekly course and 1000 advertising credits.
The My Amazing Life Compensation Plan
Each new My Amazing Life affiliate recruited generates a $20 commission, with a 2-up compensation plan used to pay out commissions.
When a My Amazing Life affiliate recruits their first two affiliates, the commissions generated by these affiliates are passed up to the affiliate who recruited the affiliate generated the commission.
An affiliate then keeps commissions generated from their third recruited affiliate onwards ($20 per affiliate), with these recruited affiliates also required to pass up their first two generated commissions.
Commissions in My Amazing Life are paid out of affiliate fees, with are ongoing $20 monthly payments. As such all commissions paid out in My Amazing Life are also recurring monthly earnings.
Joining My Amazing Life
Affiliate membership with My Amazing Life is $24.95 a month.
I’m not sure what the point of offering marketing training and some essential oil product for $5.99 a month is, seeing as nobody except My Amazing Life affiliates are going to be purchasing the products. And even then only through their $24.95 a month affiliate membership fee.
That fee primarily qualifies a My Amazing Life affiliate to receive $20 from subsequently recruited affiliates, either recruited directly or by the efforts of affiliates they’ve already recruited.
This is tracked via a unilevel compensation structure, coding the first two recruited affiliates to an immediate upline via the 2-up compensation model.
Thomas Sullivan of course sits at the top of this pass-up chain, collecting the largest amount of passed up commissions.
Once recruitment slows down, affiliates at the bottom of the company-wide unilevel will stop paying their monthly $24.95 fee. When that happens those above them stop getting paid, and so they too eventually stop paying their fees as well.
If recruitment of new affiliates completely dries up (which it eventually will), this effect slowly trickles up the company-wide unilevel, until an irreversible collapse is triggered.
At that point it’s pretty much guaranteed Thomas Sullivan will have collected the lion’s share of commissions paid out in My Amazing Life. Everyone else, short of a few other highly placed affiliates, loses out.