the-annelyse-project-logoThere is no information on The Annelyse Project indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Annelyse Project website domain (“”) was registered on July 7th 2016. Ron Heyer is listed as the owner of the domain, with a residential address in the US state of New York also provided.

The Annelyse Project appears to be Heyer’s first MLM venture.

Read on for a full review of The Annelyse Project MLM opportunity.

The Annelyse Project Product

The Annelyse Project lists one retail product on their website, a “Level 1 Property Trust” for $26.

This trust will not be under your SSN but will be registered under an EIN from the IRS.

You can also start a new credit line under this Trust, just like starting over as a teenager.

No further information is provided.

The Annelyse Project Compensation Plan

The Annelyse Project affiliates purchase positions in a three-tier 2×3 matrix cycler.

A 2×3 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:


These initial two positions form the first level of the matrix, with the second level generated by splitting each of the two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).

The third level of the matrix is generated in the same manner, with it housing twice as many positions as the second level (8 positions).

A complete 2×3 matrix houses 14 positions. Positions in the matrix are filled via position purchases by newly recruited and existing The Annelyse Project affiliates.

Commissions in The Annelyse Project are paid out as positions in a matrix are filled.

How much of a commission is paid out is determined by what matrix tier a position is filled on:

  • Matrix 1 (positions cost $20) – $150 commission paid when all fourteen positions in Matrix 1 are filled
  • Matrix 2 (positions cost $200) – $1500 commission paid when all fourteen positions in Matrix 2 are filled
  • Matrix 3 (positions cost $2000) – $15,000 commission paid when all fourteen positions in Matrix 3 are filled

Joining The Annelyse Project

The Annelyse Project affiliate membership is $10.

Affiliates must also purchase a $20 matrix position in order to participate in the attached MLM opportunity.


There’s a disconnect between The Annelyse Project’s Level 1 Property Trust product and the company’s MLM opportunity.

Retail purchases of the Property Trust product have nothing to do with the MLM opportunity, which instead is tied to matrix position purchases by affiliates.

And on that note, I’m not even sure a retail purchase of the Property Trust product is possible. If a visitor attempts to purchase the product, they need to punch in a The Annelyse Project affiliate referral and then sign up (as an affiliate).

Leave alone the fact that The Annelyse Project’s description of the Property Trust product sounds like a pitch for financial fraud.

As far as The Annelyse Project’s compensation plan goes, affiliates buy into one of three offered matrix tiers. Commissions are paid when they then recruit others who do the same.

This is  chain-recruitment, which in MLM is otherwise known as a pyramid scheme.

Once recruitment of new The Annelyse Project affiliates dies down, so too will new matrix position purchases (existing affiliates will only buy so many positions).

Without a constant stream of new affiliates buying positions, The Annelyse Project’s matrices will stall and nobody gets paid.

On top of commissions earned on pre-loaded matrix positions, Ron Heyer also then keeps funds trapped in uncycled positions.

Owing to the nature of recruitment-driven schemes, in order for the owners and a few early-adopters to make money, the majority of participants must lose it.