the-plr-system-logoThere is no information on The PLR System website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The PLR System website domain (“”) was registered on the 13th of October 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.

Further research reveals The PLR System affiliates crediting Johnny Ganoza as admin of the company.

This is supported by posts on Ganoza’s Facebook profile wall, tracking the current status of the company:


Additionally there are several The PLR System marketing videos on YouTube voiced over by Ganoza, which feature his personal The PLR System affiliate link in the video description:


johnny-ganoza-admin-xtreme-pro-systemGanoza (right) first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar as the admin of Xtreme Pro System.

Xtreme Pro System launched in late 2014 and operated a straight-line cycler scheme. Affiliates invested in $45 positions on the expectation of an advertised $300 ROI.

In February 2015 the SEC shut down Achieve Community, a similar matrix cycler Ponzi scheme. A week later Ganoza announced Xtreme Pro System was ditching its cycler Ponzi model.

Needless to say that decision marked the end of the scheme.

A reader request then saw me review Ganoza’s Average Joe Profit System in mid 2015.

Average Joe Profit System itself however was launched prior to Xtreme Profit System. The scheme saw $202,500 ROIs offered on $5 investments.

After Xtreme Profit System, Ganoza went on to launch PowerPost Profits in September, 2015.

PowerPost Profits offered up a hybrid gifting recruitment scheme, with Alexa traffic statistics suggesting it collapsed shortly after launch.

Read on for a full review of The PLR System MLM business opportunity.

The PLR System Product Line

The PLR System has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market The PLR System affiliate membership itself.

Once signed up, The PLR System affiliates can purchase positions in the compensation plan.

These positions qualify an affiliate to participate in The PLR System income opportunity, with access to a digital products library and advertising credits included.

The bundled advertising credits can be used to display advertising on The PLR System website.

The PLR System Compensation Plan

The PLR System sees affiliates gift payments of $10, $25 and $50 to eachother, with payment a qualification to receive payments from subsequently recruited affiliates.

Gifting payments in The PLR System are tracked through a two-tier 4×1 matrix cycler.

A 4×1 matrix cycler requires four positions to be filled before the position at the top of the matrix is paid out.

Each position purchased is placed in a company-wide matrix, with positions filled each time a The PLR System affiliate purchases commission qualification.

  • a $25 payment will see $100 paid out once four subsequent positions are filled
  • a $50 payment will see $200 paid out once four subsequent positions are filled

A $10 payment can also be made to the recruiting affiliate, which in turn qualifies the paying affiliate to receive $10 from any affiliates they then recruit.

Joining The PLR System

The PLR System affiliate membership is $10.

Full participation in The PLR System income opportunity additionally requires a minimum payment of $85 ($10 + $25 + $50).


Having seemingly learnt nothing from the Achieve Community shutdown, Johnny Ganoza has launched yet another dubious scheme.

This one sees affiliates gift eachother directly, with Ganoza skimming $10 a month off the top of every participant. That’s in addition to his own positions within The PLR System compensation plan.

The digital products library and advertising credits are nether here nor there, with the gifting scheme the true core of the business.

As with all cash gifting schemes, once recruitment of new affiliates dries up so too will payments between participants.

Being a matrix-based system, this will manifest itself by way of cycling taking longer and longer. Eventually the payments will stop altogether, signalling that The PLR System will have collapsed.

At that point any affiliates who have not recovered at least the funds they deposited into The PLR System, lose out.