VIP-promoters-club-logoThere is no information on the VIP Promoters Club website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The VIP Promoters Club website domain (“”) was registered on the 12th of 2016, with Robert McAtamney listed as the owner. An address in Queensland, Australia is also provided.

McAtamney first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar in 2015 as the admin of the One Time Infinity Ponzi scheme. In 2014 McAtamney launched Cash Money Bucket, a four-tier matrix Ponzi scheme.

Two months ago McAtamney launched 3to600, a six-tier matrix cycler Ponzi scheme.

At the time of publication the One Time Infinity website hosting has been suspended. Cash Money Bucket appears to have been renamed “VIP Club” and costs $1000 to join.

Alexa statistics for the 3to600 website suggest the scheme has collapsed, which has likely prompted the launch of VIP Promoters Club.

Read on for a full review of the VIP Promoters Club MLM opportunity.

The VIP Promoters Club Product Line

VIP Promoters Club has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market VIP Promoters Club affiliate membership itself.

The VIP Promoters Club Compensation Plan

The VIP Promoters Club compensation plan sees affiliates purchase $5 positions in a four-tier matrix cycler.

The size of the matrices used in the cycler are 4×1 (requires four positions to be filled) and 3×1 (requires three positions to be filled).

Affiliates start by purchasing a $5 position in a 4×1 matrix. Once four subsequent positions have been purchased (either by new or existing affiliates), the position cycles into tier two of the matrix.

  • Tier 2 (4×1) – pays $40 when filled and cycles into Tier 3
  • Tier 3 (3×1) – cycles into Tier 4
  • Tier 4 (3×1) – pays $360 when filled

Joining VIP Promoters Club

Affiliate membership with VIP Promoters Club is free, however affiliates must purchase at least one $5 matrix position to participate in the income opportunity.


Like Robert McAtamney’s previously launched schemes, VIP Promoters Club is a simple matrix cycler.

You invest $5 and once enough people have done the same, get paid $400.

On the raw math side of things you’re looking at eighty $5 payments to fund a single $400 ROI, however due to the nature of matrix cyclers that figure is actually higher.

As such the only positions likely to make it through all four-tiers are the ones McAtamney preloaded into the scheme. In order for those positions to get paid $400, pretty much everyone else has to lose out.

As with all such schemes, once recruitment of new affiliates dries up so too will new $5 payments entering the system.

This will in turn stall the matrices, which means no cycle commissions will pay out. In effect, McAtamney keeps these funds as they are trapped in the system once it collapse.

Neither Cash Money Bucket or One Time Infinity had a particularly long shelf-life, so don’t expect too different with VIP Promoters Club.