Powerhouse Feeder Review: Eight tier $7 matrix cycler Ponzi
Powerhouse Feeder identify three company owners on their website; Darren Bradbury and Eddie Harrison from the UK and Eldon Conceicao from the US.
In his Powerhouse Feeder corporate bio, Darren Bradbury claims he’s been ‘living the laptop lifestyle and earning multiple 6 figure incomes for 6+ years‘.
Eddie Harrison’s bio states he’s ‘been in network marketing and internet marketing for 3+ years‘. Conceicao has purportedly ‘been in the web/software development industry for over 15 years‘.
MLM opportunities Darren Bradbury has promoted on his YouTube channel include My 24 Hour Income (collapsed Ponzi scheme), Leased Ad Space (cash gifting), GiftoBit (cash gifting), ZarFund (cash gifting), Stiforp (pyramid scheme) and My Ad Story (Ponzi scheme).
Eddit Harrison also promoted My 24 Hour Income, ZarFund, Stiforp and My Ad Story, in addition to Freedom5 (another Ponzi scheme).
Eldon Conceicao lists himself as a freelance website developer based out of Massachusetts. Powerhouse Feeder appears to be his first MLM venture.
Read on for a full review of the Powerhouse Feeder MLM opportunity.
Powerhouse Feeder Products
Powerhouse Feeder has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Powerhouse Feeder affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, Powerhouse Feeder affiliates can purchase matrix cycler positions. Each cycler position is bundled with ad credits, which can be used to display advertising on the Powerhouse Feeder website.
The Powerhouse Feeder Compensation Plan
Powerhouse Feeder affiliates purchase $7 positions in an eight-tier 3×2 matrix cycler.
A 3×2 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with three positions directly under them:
These three positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting these first three positions into another three positions each (9 positions).
Positions in the matrix are filled via position purchases by new and existing Powerhouse Feeder affiliates.
When all positions in a matrix are filled, a “cycle” is triggered and a commission is paid out.
Cycle commissions across Powerhouse Feeder’s eight cycler tiers are as follows:
- Matrix 1 (positions cost $7) – $15 commission, generates three new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 2
- Matrix 2 – $30 commission, generates six new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 3
- Matrix 3 – $60 commission, generates twelve new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 4
- Matrix 4 – $120 commission, generates twenty-four new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 5
- Matrix 5 – $240 commission, generates forty-eight new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 6
- Matrix 6 – $480 commission, generates ninety-six new Matrix 1 positions and cycles into Matrix 7
- Matrix 8 – $2560 commission and generates five hundred and twelve Matrix 1 positions
Joining Powerhouse Feeder
Powerhouse Feeder affiliate membership is free. To participate in the attached income opportunity however, affiliates must purchase one or more $7 matrix cycler positions.
Powerhouse Feeder only accepts bitcoin as a form of payment.
Having made a little money or (more likely) lost it in various scams over the past twelve months, Darren Bradbury and Eddie Harrison appear to have contracted Eldon Conceircao to design their very own MLM underbelly scam.
Matrix cycler schemes are typically very favorable to the admins who run them, as their preloaded positions are typically the only positions that get anywhere near the upper cycler tiers (where most of the money is transferred to).
To illustrate just how devious Bradbury, Harrison and Conceircao are being in Powerhouse Feeder, I’ll point out that one complete cycle generates 701 matrix 1 positions.
These are generated phantom positions that don’t inject any new funds into the cycler but do withdraw commissions. A few of these positions generated in a cycle run is typically enough to collapse a cycler Ponzi. Over seven hundred positions practically guarantees that one position cycling through all eight tiers is the end of the company.
Again, that’s one position. With three admins, who knows how many positions were preloaded into Powerhouse Feeder.
On the raw math side of things, one cycle generates a $3505 ROI from a $7 investment. The money is sourced from subsequent position investment, making Powerhouse Feeder a Ponzi scheme.
And if we can just go back the phantom positions, one complete cycle generates a whopping $2.4 million dollar ROI liability. To put that into perspective, that’s 351,000 position purchases.
Owing to the non-linear nature of how company-wide matrices fill, the actual figure is higher.
Like I said, matrix cycler are typically stacked high against participants in favor of the admins running them. In Powerhouse Feeder this balance is tipped to the extreme.
As with all Ponzi schemes, Powerhouse Feeder will collapse once affiliate recruitment dies down. No new position purchases means no cycling, which will eventually cause all eight cycler tiers to stall.
In addition to making whatever amount from preloaded admin positions, Bradbury, Harrison and Conceircao also keep funds attached to stalled matrix positions.
Other than a few affiliates who managed to fill their first matrix, everybody else loses out.