TiiPowerMatrix Review: $3.65 matrix cycler positions
The TiiPowerMatrix homepage is basically a great big sales pitch, signed off on by “Nichole Roberts”.
Roberts’ exact role within TiiPowerMatrix isn’t disclosed, but with her name appearing on the homepage to welcome visitors to the site, it is presumed she is running things.
Curiously, the TiiPowerMatrix domain registraton lists “Nichole Francique” as the owner, suggesting Roberts (right) goes by multiple aliases.
The address used to register the TiiPowerMatrix domain meanwhile appears to be that of a fake address in Grenada.
According to Roberts’ LinkedIn profile, she is based out of Ontario in Canada. Why a bogus address in Grenada appears in the TiiPowerMatrix domain registration is unclear.
On her website “millionairesuccesswithnicky.com”, Robert’s claims to be ‘a successful Recruiter for 60SMZ and Success Assurance.‘
Success Assurance appears to be some sort of defunct Philippines-based recruitment scheme, with “60SMZ” referencing 60 Second Millionaire.
60 Second Millionaire, also run out of the Philippines, was a recruitment scheme launched by Tracy Davison in early 2014.
The scheme saw affiliates paid to recruit new affiliates, with Davison announcing its collapse a few weeks ago.
Read on for a full review of the TiiPowerMatrix MLM business opportunity.
The TiiPowerMatrix Product Line
TiiPowerMatrix has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market TiiPowerMatrix affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, TiiPowerMatrix affiliates can then purchase matrix positions and earn through the TiiPowerMatrix compensation plan.
Bundled with each TiiPowerMatrix matrix position purchase are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the TiiPowerMatrix website.
The TiiPowerMatrix Compensation Plan
The TiiPowerMatrix compensation plan sees affiliates purchase $3.65 matrix positions, which are passed through a sixteen-tier matrix cycler.
Matrix sizes used in the cycler are 2×2 and 2×5.
A 2×2 matrix places an affiliate at the top of the 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 both of the first level positions into another two new positions each.
This results in a 2×2 matrix holding six positions in total.
A 2×5 matrix expands on this, by adding three additional levels to the matrix.
The third level of the matrix adds eight positions (4 times 2), the fourth adds sixteen (8 times 2) and the fifth adds thirty-two (16 times 2).
In total, a 2×5 matrix has sixty-two positions to fill.
Commissions in TiiPowerMatrix are paid as positions in each matrix are filled, with positions filled via the purchase of matrix positions by subsequently recruited affiliates.
How much of a commission is paid out is determined by what tier of the cycler a matrix is filled:
- Tier 1 (2×2) – cycles into Tier 2
- Tier 2 (2×2) – pays $10 and cycles into Tier 3
- Tier 3 (2×2) – pays $20 and cycles into Tier 4
- Tier 4 (2×2) – pays $80 and cycles into Tier 5
- Tier 5 (2×2) – pays $110 and cycles into Tier 6
- Tier 6 (2×2) – pays $260 and cycles into Tier 7
- Tier 7 (2×2) – pays $800 and cycles into Tier 8
- Tier 8 (2×2) – pays $1600 and cycles into Tier 9
- Tier 9 (2×2) – pays $4,000 and cycles into Tier 10
- Tier 10 (2×2) – pays $5,000 and cycles into Tier 11
- Tier 11 (2×2) – pays $29,865, creates a new position in matrix tiers 1, 2, 3 and 4 and cycles into Tier 12
- Tier 12 (2×2) – pays $58,850, creates a new position in matrix ties 5, 6, 7 and 8 and cycles into Tier 13
- Tier 13 (2×2) – pays $156,000, creates a new position in matrix tiers 9, 10 and 11 and cycles into Tier 14
- Tier 14 (2×2) – pays $974,500 and cycles into Tier 15, creates a new position in matrix tiers 12, 13 and 14
- Tier 15 (2×5) – pays $3.59 million, re-cycles back into a new Tier 15 matrix and cycles into Tier 16
- Tier 16 (2×5) – pays $6.19 million dollars, a $1.5 million dollar bonus, re-cycles back into a new Tier 16 matrix
Referral commissions of $500,000 when a personally recruited affiliate cycles out of Tiers 15 and 16 are also payable.
Affiliate membership with TiiPowerMatrix is free, however affiliates must purchase at least one $3.65 matrix position in order to participate in the TiiPowerMatrix income opportunity.
Having not become a millionaire through 60 Second Millionaire, Nichole Roberts appears to have realized it’s far more profitable to run your own matrix cycler Ponzi than to be the victim of one.
So we have TiiPowerMatrix, which advertises a turns a $3.65 cycler position investment into $11,015,970.
To put that into perspective, a whopping 3.73 million $3.65 payments are required for just one position to cycle through all sixteen matrix tiers (purportedly only $2.95 of each $3.65 position purchase is paid into the cycler).
And that’s excluding referral commissions, which requires a further 338,983 positions required.
Quite obviously that’s beyond unrealistic, with the plan I guess to trap as much funds as possible within the system before it stalls. Roberts keeps those funds and does a runner Tracy Davison style when the inevitable collapse hits.
Despite the obvious fraudulent nature of TiiPowerMatrix, Roberts professes the scheme is legal:
Is TIIPOWERMATRIX legal?
YES it is legal. In order for any program to be legal, it is required to supply a service and/or product to you, the member!
Is TIIPOWERMATRIX a Pyramid or Ponzi Scheme or a Scam?
A: No we are not any of those because we supply a service and/or product to you, the member!
Both of these answers are baloney, with the supplied advertising credits being neither here nor there.
What makes TiiPowerMatrix a Ponzi scheme is the shuffling of newly invested funds to existing affiliates, irrespective of what is attached to cycler position investment.
As with 60 Second Millionaire, the majority of investors in TiiPowerMatrix are guaranteed to lose money.
If you happen to recruit enough people to withdraw $100 or more get your passport and proof of address ready….
Q: Do I need to provide identification and proof of address to receive my withdrawals?
A. Yes. When your account reaches $100 or more in earnings from each Phase completed and we receive your identification documents and proof of Address, Admin would send your payout to you on the 04th of every month.
We recommend you send your identification (passport) and proof of identity (Utility bill) to Admin as soon as you sign up to avoid any delays when Admin announces the time you can withdraw based on our cut off time which is the 18th of each month.
Lots of luck on this one, fella.
On millionairesuccesswithnicky(dot)com she self-identifies as “Nichole Francique-Roberts” so I guess it’s NOT really alias, but more “obfuscation”.
There’s no doubt Nicky here is in Tracy Davidson’s 60 Second Millionaire. She touted herself as “contestant 56”. 60 Second Millionaire tried rebranding itself back in… March 2015 as some sort of a reality TV show with Tracy claiming to be some sort of Trump-type philanthropist.
Success Assurance is Davison’s “lead generation” business feeding 60 second millionaire members for a price.
So it was the renaming of Pinoy Recruiters then I take it.
After leaving penny matrix Tracy launched Pinoy Recruiters, which then morphed into a reality online tv show.
Zeek was where Tracy made all of his money from a massive downline. However he lost all of it and had to borrow money from his Girlfriend’s parents to get going again – according to a report. His name is mud when its googled.
Oz comment sums this up…
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Please note that I’m married so carries Roberts. I lived in Canada. I’m Grenadian. Website registered from Grenada.
Tiipowermatrix.net is not a Ponzi Scheme.
Don’t link my site to someone else site because that other site failed you.
TIIPOWERMATRIX.NET just launched today, December 18, 2015. So what is your point. Have you joined and not get paid or explain? Why the negativity if you have not joined?
Tiipowermatrix.net System cost is $2.95 and Payment Processing Fee is $0.70 so the total cost is $3.65.
Only $1.00 goes in to Matrix #1. So the amount quoted is wrong.
Referral Commissions is $0.50 when new member signs up, and $1,050,650 after completion of all 17 Matrices.
Each Member receives 1000 banner Ad Credits and 1000 Ad Text Credits when they pay the System cost of $2.95. Those credits are accessible in their back office.
Each Ad Package Phases provides additional Banner Ad Credits and Text Ad Credits. You Banner Ad and Text Ad Credits are doubled for Phase 2 – 14.
If you do not understand how tiipowermatrix.net, you can consult me. I’m the Owner of the tiipowermatrix.net.
Sure it is, you recycle newly invested funds to pay off existing investors.
You’re using newly invested funds to pay off existing investors. What you bundle with said investment positions is irrelevant.
No need, it’s a Ponzi scheme. Got it right the first time.
What site would that be? Are you going to pretend you weren’t a 60 Second Millionaire affiliate?
That TiiPowerMatrix is a Ponzi scheme. I thought that was obvious…
1. Facts > negativity
2. You don’t need to join and get scammed in a Ponzi scheme to identify one.
Costs were quoted as what it costs an affiliate to participate. For all intents and purposes it’s $3.65 a position.
Yes I was a member of 60 Second Millionaire Secrets and 60 Smart Zone.
So that does not make my site a PONZI Scheme as you are assuming.
Show me the proof that tiipowermatrix.net is a PONZI Scheme.
What is a PONZI Sheme according to your Context?
All members that are on my site received all their credits and are able to post their banner and text ads.
We are not an investment site. We are an advertising site. Members gets paid on advertising packages sold.
Hope you get that clear.
What is really a PONZI Scheme OZ?
Tiipowermatrix.net is not a Ponzi Scheme, and will never be. Tiipowermatrix.net is not an Investment Site and will never be.
Tiipowermatrix.net is an advertising site.
Based on your explanation above on a what a Ponzi Scheme is – you are indicating that companies don’t have a right to compensate their affiliate members or employees based on sales made by the company. How do companies pay their workers not from money they received from the sale of products or services? Who buys the products or services?
Not because you are accustom to most MLM been SCAMS or Ponzi Schemes that does not give you liberty to categorized all new Systems that come out as a Ponzi Scheme.
No, the fact that there’s no third-party revenue makes your scheme a ponzi scheme. The fact that you’re a prior participant in recruitment-centric schemes simply made you familiar with such schemes to make your own clone of such.
So do you have third-party revenue? i.e. money NOT from the participants?
Let’s be very specific here:
What do you sell, and to who? Answer the question please.
Well, I guess the answer would be advertising credits to people who buy them – who happen to refer others if they want to.
Nope, and the review doesn’t state that so not sure where you pulled that one from.
You take newly invested funds and use it to pay off existing investors. Bing badda boom.
First and foremost though they receive newly invested funds, making TiiPowerMatrix a Ponzi scheme.
I invest $3.65 in a position, you pay me a >100% ROI out of newly invested funds. That makes you an investment site.
Nope. I’m saying you’re a Ponzi scheme if you use newly invested funds to pay off existing investors, which is what TiiPowerMatrix does.
I’m not categorizing anything. TiiPowerMatrix’s own business model makes it a Ponzi scheme.
Furthermore purchasing ad credits doesn’t pay a ROI, an investment does.
You aren’t selling anything, you’re bundling worthless advertising credits with Ponzi investment positions.
I wish you all good luck and can eat your words when tiipowermatrix.net proves to you it is not a PONZI Scheme you all are accustomed to.
We offer a service:
Each member get 1000 Banner Ad Advertising Credits and 1000 Text Ad Credits for the $2.95 System Cost.
Hope you all understand what is a product and what is a service.
There is no third party involves in our System.
You use newly invested funds to pay off existing investors, what’s there to prove?
Of course there isn’t, it’s just you and the investors. They invest, you steal some of the invested funds and use the rest to pay off existing investors.
It’s not rocket science…
From a legal point of view,the question is would people still be buying the credits as a product on their own merits. In other words, are people joining because they see it as an investment (more money out than in) or are they primarily interested in buying advertising?
In Zeek, people were joining, not primarily to buy products but to put money in and to tell others to do the same.
Whether people agree with it or not, that is how the law sees it.
Pay the paltry few hundred and ask a real lawyer who specialize in commercial and securities law yourself, since you obviously have no idea what the law says.
Don’t take our word for it, never expected you to.
In the meanwhile, look up “Ad Surf Daily” and how its owner is spending time in Federal prison. Then compare its business to your little scheme there.
THEN you should start to sweat, because you can’t blame ignorance any more.
Can’t with you Good luck, as this has nothing to do with luck. I wish you Wisdom instead, as you clearly have some, you just can’t decide where to put it.
So you admit it’s just participants paying other participants and you skim a little “service fee” off the top.
Again, look up Ad Surf Daily. The only different between that and your little matrix is you used a matrix, they didn’t. And they predated you by a decade.
The important takeaway is Andy Bowdoin is in Federal prison for wire fraud.