the-global-wealth-center-logoThe Global Wealth Center is run by a group of individuals who collectively refer to themselves as “The Dream Chasers”.

Listed members of The Dream Chasers include Amos Brazan (credited as Amos Taylor), Nyicey Rayshon, Rick Panther, Darius McPhail, Darren Cooper, Shay Hargett, Anthony Newson, Marcus Fryer and Kenneth Haywood.

amos-brazan-admin-the-rush-opportunityAmos Brazan (right) credits himself as Founder and CEO of The Dream Chasers.

Brazan first appeared on BehindMLM’s radar as the owner of The Rush Opportunity back in May.

Through chain-recruitment, The Rush Opportunity fed affiliates into Brazan’s All In One Profits cash gifting downline.

A few months later in July Brazan launched NWC Living.

Through a cash gifting feeder, NWC Living fed affiliates into Brazan’s National Wealth Center cash gifting downline.

At the time of publication The Rush Opportunity website was non-responsive. Alexa traffic estimates for the NWC Living website suggest the company collapsed in early October.

The collapse of both schemes has likely prompted Brazan to launch The Global Wealth Center.

Read on for a full review of The Global Wealth Center MLM opportunity.

The Global Wealth Center Product Line

The Global Wealth Center has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market The Global Wealth Center affiliate membership itself.

Once signed up, The Global Wealth Center affiliates purchase positions in a two-tier matrix cycler.

Bundled with cycler positions are advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on The Global Wealth Center website.

The Global Wealth Center Compensation Plan

The Global Wealth Center compensation plan purchase $1 positions in a two-tier 4×1 matrix cycler.

A 4×1 matix is simple in nature, requiring only four positions to be filled before a “cycle” is triggered.

Cycles across The Global Wealth Center’s four cycler tiers are as follows:

  • Matrix 1 (positions cost $1) – $1 commission and cycles into Matrix 2
  • Matrix 2 – $12 commission

The Global Wealth Center affiliates are expected to use $11.50 out of the $12 Matrix 2 commission to join Amos Brazan’s All In One Profits downline.

Using money they earn scamming people through All In One Profits, they are then expected to join Brazan’s National Wealth Center downline.

Joining The Global Wealth Center

The Global Wealth Center affiliate membership is tied to a $1 matrix cycler position purchase.


With “The Global Wealth Center” they can get started as low as $1 and leverage themselves to gradually increase their revenue and capital available so they can eventually use it to join their initial primary program.

The problem with cash gifting schemes like All In One Profits and National Wealth Center is that they need a constant influx of newly recruited affiliates to survive.

Enter feeder schemes like The Rush Opportunity, NWC Living and now The Global Wealth Center.

Global Wealth Center is pretty much Amos Brazan combining his previous two schemes into one.

Instead of promoting two separate feeders for two difference scams, Brazan and his The Dream Chasers downline can now just promote the one feeder.

As far as the Global Wealth Center’s business model goes, it’s straight up cash gifting.

On Tier 1 you gift $1 to the affiliate who recruited you, which qualifies you to receive $1 from four subsequently recruited affiliates.

On Tier 2 you gift $3 to the affiliate who recruited you and again receive $3 from four other affiliates.

Nothing is marketed to or sold to retail customers, with all revenue and commissions paid out by The Global Wealth Center sourced from affiliates.

As with all gifting schemes, once recruitment of new The Global Wealth Center affiliates dies down the scheme will collapse.

This didn’t take long in both The Rush Opportunity and NWC Living, with The Global Wealth Center not likely to be any different.

As an added bonus, what money you might make in The Global Wealth Center is pumped into All In One Profits and then National Wealth Center.

Both schemes have been in decline for most of 2016 and once they do finally collapse, you pretty much walk away with nothing.