Spillover Factory Review: 0.5 BTC in, 82.15 BTC out Ponzi scheme
The Spillover Factory website identifies Mike Maxwell as Director of the company. An address in the US state of Delaware is also provided.
Further research reveals this address actually belongs to Bobbi Rhian’s Executive Lounge, which doesn’t appear to have anything to do with Spillover Factory.
No information on Mike Maxwell is provided on the Spillover Factory website.
The Spillover Factory website domain (“spilloverfactory.com”) was privately registered on December 12th, 2016.
The Spillover Factory website also default to German, which is strange for a company that is purportedly run out of the US. Alexa also estimate that 25% of all traffic to the Spillover Factory website originates out of Germany.
Put all of this together and it’s highly likely Mike Maxwell doesn’t exist. The Spillover Factory is likely being run by someone of German origin based out of Europe.
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 Spillover Factory Product Line
Spillover Factory has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Spillover Factory affiliate membership itself.
The Spillover Factory Compensation Plan
The Spillover Factory sees affiliates invest in a five-tier matrix cycler.
Matrix sized used in The Spillover Factory cycler are 5×1 and 2×3.
A 5×1 matrix is straight forward, requiring five positions to be filled to generate a cycle.
A 2×3 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions below 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 (4 positions).
The third level of the matrix is generated in the same manner and houses 8 positions.
Positions in both matrices are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of new The Spillover Factory affiliates.
Commissions are paid when a cycle is triggered, with the amount paid out increasing across the five matrix cycler tiers:
- Start (5×1 matrix, positions cost 0.01 BTC) – no commission, cycles into Basic
- Basic (2×3 matrix, positions cost 0.5 BTC) – 0.05 BTC cycle commission and cycles into Business matrix
- Business (2×3 matrix) – 0.1 BTC cycle commission, generates two new Business matrix positions and cycles into Profi matrix
- Profi (2×3 matrix) – 2 BTC cycle commission, cycles into VIP
- VIP (2×3 matrix) – 80 BTC cycle commission
Referral commissions are paid out when personally recruited affiliates cycle out of Start, Basic and Business matrices:
- Start – 0.01 BTC
- Basic – 0.02 BTC
- Business – 0.3 BTC
Joining The Spillover Factory
The Spillover Factory affiliate membership is tied to at least one 0.01 BTC (Start) or 0.5 BTC (Basic) matrix cycler position purchase.
The Spillover Factory neither markets or sells anything to retail customers, it is a money game in its simplest format.
New The Spillover Factory affiliates invest 0.01 or 0.5 BTC on the promise of an eventual 82.15 BTC ROI (currently ~$76,000).
To put that into perspective you’re looking at 8,215 Start position purchases, 165 Basic position purchases are a combination of the two.
Owing to the non-linear manner in which matrices fill, the position purchase amounts for one ROI payout are actually higher.
Needless to say the only positions that will get anywhere near those payouts are those pre-loaded by the anonymous The Spillover Factory admin.
Token amounts will be distributed to affiliates who make it through the first few cycler levels. Ultimately however their positions will wind up under the admin’s position in the upper cycler tiers.
Thus The Spillover Factory admin receives the majority of invested funds.
When new affiliate recruitment dies down, they will also keep funds attached to uncycled positions. Everybody else (that includes you) loses out.