My Next Aim Review: The Ads Leader launch pyramid scheme
My Next Aim provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.
The My Next Aim website domain (“mynextaim.com”) was privately registered on April 19th, 2017.
Further research reveals My Next Aim affiliates connecting the company with The Ads Leader.
This appears to be a legitimate connection, with the official The Ads Leader Facebook page currently flooded with My Next Aim marketing spam.
By mid-March it appears The Ads Leader was running out of money, with affiliates told they could only withdraw 200% of invested funds.
My Next Aim was registered a month later in April and launched only recently. Its sole purpose appears to be an attempt to inject new funds into The Ads Leader.
Ali Azlan is credited as the owner (admin) of My Next Aim.
Read on for a full review of the My Next Aim MLM opportunity.
My Next Aim Products
My Next Aim has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market My Next Aim affiliate membership itself.
The My Next Aim Compensation Plan
My Next Aim affiliates purchase 2×10 matrix positions. Commissions are paid when they recruit others who do the same.
A 2×10 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:
These two positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting these first two positions into another two positions each.
Levels three to ten of the matrix are generated in the same manner, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.
Positions in the matrix are filled via purchases by existing and new My Next Aim affiliates.
Commissions are paid as positions in the matrix are filled, based on which matrix positions are purchased in.
Dominion Matrix (positions cost $10)
- $7 per position filled on level 1 (2 positions to fill)
- 50 cents per position filled on level 2 (4 positions to fill)
- 35 cents per position filled on level 3 (8 positions to fill)
- 15 cents per position filled on level 4 (16 positions to fill)
- 10 cents per position filled on levels 5 to 10 (2016 positions to fill)
Spectrum Matrix (positions cost $100)
- $80 per position filled on level 1 (2 positions to fill)
- $2.50 per position filled on level 2 (4 positions to fill)
- $2 per position filled on level 3 (8 positions to fill)
- $1.50 per position filled on level 4 (16 positions to fill)
- $1 per position filled on levels 5 to 10 (2016 positions to fill)
Victorian Matrix (positions cost $300)
- $255 per position filled on level 1 (2 positions to fill)
- $7.50 per position filled on level 2 (4 positions to fill)
- $6 per position filled on level 3 (8 positions to fill)
- $3 per position filled on levels 4 to 7 (240 positions to fill)
- $1.50 per position filled on levels 8 to 10 (1792 positions to fill)
Joining My Next Aim
My Next Aim affiliate membership is free.
Participation in the attached income opportunity however requires a matrix position purchase of $10, $100 or $300.
The more spent on position purchases the higher an affiliate’s income potential via the My Next Aim compensation plan.
The reality of The Ads Leader’s business model is that for each dollar invested a 120% to 160% ROI liability is created.
This is obviously unsustainable, with funds starting to run out within less than two months.
My Next Aim “aims” to remedy the problem, through an equally unsustainable business model.
Whereas The Ads Leader is a Ponzi scheme, My Next Aim is rooted in pyramid fraud.
Nothing is marketed or sold to retail customers, with 100% of revenue generated sourced from affiliates.
The matrix compensation plan places recruited matrix under those who do the recruiting, paying them a commission at the same time.
Whether earned directly or passively, commissions in My Next Aim are all tied to funds spent by recruited affiliates.
Each position purchase pays out less than 100% of the purchase price through the matrix.
If we use the Dominion Matrix as an example, positions cost $10 with only $8.60 paid out. Some or all of the remaining $1.40 is diverted back into The Ads Leader.
The problem is that constant affiliate recruitment is required, otherwise My Next Aim collapses.
Typically reload schemes don’t last as long as their predecessors. With The Ads Leader already showing signs of collapse as of April, My Next Aim affiliates hoping to recoup losses are just likely to experience even bigger losses.