Your Eternal Seed Review: Sovereign Citizen cash gifting
There is no information on the Your Eternal Seed website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Your Eternal Seed website domain (“youreternalseed.com”) was registered on August 4th, 2016, however the domain registration is set to private.
At the time of publication Alexa estimate that 74.8% of all traffic to the Your Eternal Seed website originates out of the US.
This strongly suggests that whoever is running Your Eternal Seed is also based out of the US.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
The Your Eternal Seed Product Line
Your Eternal Seed has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Your Eternal Seed affiliate membership itself.
The Your Eternal Seed Compensation Plan
The Your Eternal Seed Compensation plan sees affiliates gift funds to eachother through a series of 8×1 matrix queues.
An 8×1 matrix is simple in nature, requiring eight positions to be filled. As each position is filled, the following commissions are paid out:
- Queue 1 (positions cost $35) – receive $100 and cycle into Queue 2
- Queue 2 – receive – $300 and cycle into Queue 3
- Queue 3 – receive $3000 and cycle into Queue 4
- Queue 4 – receive $5000 and cycle into Queue 5
- Queue 5 – receive $24,000 once all eight positions are filled
Joining Your Eternal Seed
Your Eternal Seed affiliate membership is tied to a gifting payment of $35.
$25 is gifted to the affiliate who recruited you and $10 goes to the Your Eternal Seed admin.
Judging by the amusing pseudo-compliance in Your Eternal Seed’s Terms and Conditions, the scheme appears to be run by an old hat at cash gifting:
Please know that YES is not an investment club, not a business, not MLM, not a company or corporation, not a commercial enterprise of any kind whatsoever, nor do its activities include the solicitation of anything.
There are no investments here, no paychecks, no products or services to sell, no seminars to attend, no tapes or manuals to buy, and no one MAKES or EARNS any money.
There are no profit making benefits of any kind associated with this activity.
No benefit or return of any nature is expressed or implied and no promises or guarantees of any such return are permitted to be made by any participant of this activity.
By participating in YES and willingly giving a gift to one or more of its participants, the donor of such a gift has chosen to extinguish all rights to the gift and cannot rightfully expect or depend on YES or any of its participants for any type of monetary compensation.
This clashes with the content on the Your Eternal Seed website, which openly advertises a $35 a pop cash gifting scheme.
People (the admin and those who join early) make money in cash gifting schemes, rendering Your Eternal Seed’s attempts at pseudo-compliance laughable.
Whoever is running Your Eternal Seed is also paranoid about not being publicly attached to the scheme:
YES prohibits all members to send out the Conference Call phone number and access code in any public form of advertising.
Members SHALL NOT record and share the Conference Call in any form or fashion.
No members can give their own Conference Call or Training Calls.
No public meetings.
Any ad used must be a blind ad and use appropriate wording in the true intent of gifting.
One thing that caught my eye is the terminology guidelines, which lists “constitutional rights” as a term Your Eternal Seed affiliates ‘SHOULD ALWAYS use the following terminology in relation to this private activity‘.
This is Sovereign Citizen terminology, with the wackos that subscribe to it of the mind it’s perfectly acceptable to break the law to make money. That and once they’ve stolen it, they are under no obligation to return it.
It’s their “constitutional right” you see.
Joking aside, Your Eternal Seed is a cash gifting scheme that will benefit only the admin(s) running it and a few early affiliates.
There’s nothing being marketed or sold to retail customers and once recruitment dies down Your Eternal Seed will collapse.
At that point anyone who hasn’t scammed enough people to recoup their initial $35 payment loses out, with this mathematically guaranteed to be the majority of Your Eternal Seed affiliates.