power-elite-team-logoThere is no information on the Power Elite Team website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Power Elite Team website domain (“powereliteteam.com”) was registered on the 15th of September 2016, however the domain registration is set to private.

The official Power Elite Team Facebook group has four listed admins; TammyBeth Gillispie, Annette Keibler, Gladys Fonkwo and Bev Franklin.

It is assumed one or more of these group admins are running Power Elite Team.

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 Power Elite Team Product Line

Power Elite Team has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Power Elite Team affiliate membership itself.

The Power Elite Team Compensation Plan

The Power Elite Team compensation plan sees new affiliates gift payments to existing affiliates across twenty-one 2×1 matrix cycler tiers.

A 2×1 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:


The two positions are filled when newly recruited or existing Power Elite Team affiliates gift funds to the affiliate at the top of the matrix.

Once both positions are filled, the affiliate at the top of the matrix “cycles” out and enters a new matrix.

Upon entering the new matrix the affiliate gifts funds to an existing Power Elite Team affiliate, and then waits for his or her two matrix positions to be filled via subsequent gifting payments.

At the time of publication Power Elite Team have only publicly revealed the first seven tiers of their cycler:

  • Tier 1 – gift $20 to the affiliate who recruited you and receive $40
  • Tier 2 – gift $30 and receive $60
  • Tier 3 – gift $45 and receive $90
  • Tier 4 – gift $68 and receive $136
  • Tier 5 – gift $102 and receive $204
  • Tier 6 – gift $102 and receive $204
  • Tier 7 – gift $102 and receive $204

Joining Power Elite Team

Power Elite Team affiliate membership is tied to a gifting payment of $20.


If I had to guess, the admin(s) behind Power Elite Team probably have a long’ish history of participating in gifting schemes.

After losing money as one collapsed after another, they’ve bandied together to launch their own scam.

Through their twenty-one tier cycler, Power Elite Team shuffles newly gifted funds to the admins and early joiners.

Participants keep a percentage of funds gifted, but most of it is passed up to the upper tiers (filled with pre-loaded admin positions).

At any given time, the largest group of affiliates are the newest recruits who have yet to recoup their initial gifting payment.


This ensures that when Power Elite Team collapses, only the admin(s) and a few early-adopters walk away with most of the gifted funds.