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Luisa Menezes’ Scam Downline Builder a scam or actually a legit company?
Lets’s dig a big and take a closer look.
Infinity Reloaded Review – The Company
There is absolutely no information whatsoever on the Infinity Reloaded website signifying who owns or runs the business.
The Infinity Reloaded website domain, infinityreloaded.com, was registered on October 23, 2016. Luisa Menezes is listed as the owner, with a residential address in Langholme, Scotland.
On Facebook Luisa Menezes goes by “Lou Menezes Santos”. Santos is also a member with Skinny Body Care and appears to have recruited some of her downline members into Infinity Reloaded. Her FB page states:
“Just saw a post and comments in an SBC group saying that infinity reloaded is all hype lol. Well let’s just see who will be the last one laughing when we all reach platinum before all of you. And yes when this launches and you see BV spike in SBC.”
Before launching last year, she even went so far as to mention Infinity Reloaded as SBC Infinity Reloaded:
Santos is also a member of the Leased Ad Space cash gifting scheme.
Read on for my complete review.
Infinity Reloaded Product
Infinity has no retailable products or services whatsoever, with members only capable of marketing Infinity Reloaded membership itself.
When signed up, Infinity members are given access to numerous internet marketing tools (“downloads, software, scripts, courses”).
Infinity Reloaded Compensation
The Infinity compensation plan has members pay monthly membership fees. Commissions are paid when they recruit others who do the same.
Infinity pays down 2 levels of recruitment.
The initial level (personally recruited members) pays 80% of fees paid by those members. The second level (members recruited by your level 1 members) pays 5%.
Matching commissions across Infinity Reloaded’s seven membership levels are as follows:
- Basic ($10.00 a month) – $8.00 on level 1 and 50 cents on level 2
- Newbie ($50.00 a month) – $40.00 on level 1 and $2.50 on level 2
- Warrior ($100.00 a month) – $80.00 on level 1 and $5.00 on level 2
- Captain ($250.00 a month) – $200.00 on level 1 and $12.50 on level 2
- Sheriff ($500.00 a month) – $400.00 on level 1 and $25.00 on level 2
- Pro ($1,000.00 a month) – $800.00 on level 1 and $50.00 on level 2
- Pro Diamond ($2,000.00 a month) – $1,600.00 on level 1 and $100.00 on level 2
Take Note: The above levels are progressive. An Infinity Reloaded member must maintain lower membership level payments if they upgrade to a higher level.
Infinity Reloaded membership costs anywhere between $10.00 and $3,910.00 per month.
The more a member pays, the higher their income potential over the Infinity compensation plan.
Infinity functions as a two-tier pyramid scheme.
100% of the company’s income is resultant from membership fees, 85% of which are used to pay recruitment commissions. Luisa Menezes seemingly keeps the rest.
In addition to committing pyramid fraud, Menezes also uses Infinity Reloaded to feed members into numerous MLM scams.
An Infinity marketing video states:
“System packed with multiple income streams that will run on autopilot, such as easy1up, coinbase, moneyline & much more!”
Easy1Up is a cash gifting scheme. “Moneyline” refers to Global Moneyline, a pyramid scheme comparable to Infinity Reloaded. Leased Ad Space is also undoubtedly in there somewhere.
Coinbase is a cryptocurrency exchange, so I am not really sure what it’s doing on Menezes’ “income streams” list.
Infinity Reloaded – My Conclusion
The same official marketing video also refers to Infinity Reloaded membership as an investment.
There is no suggestion in the video or on the Infinity website that the company is registered with a securities regulator.
Every Infinity membership level appears to correspond with an invite into Menezes’ downline for a particular scheme.
Whether Skinny Body Care is part of the system is uncertain, though Menezes’ Facebook posts from last year surely seem to suggest it is.
Also uncertain is whether Skinny Body Care is aware of Menezes’ conduct.
I would think pyramid recruiting to build a downline would have been against Skinny Body Care’s member terms and conditions, but here we are a few months into launch and no one has said a word.
And again, as with all recruitment schemes, when member recruitment dies down, Infinity Reloaded will fail. With monthly ongoing payments across all 7 membership levels, once the scam fails, the mainstream of Infinity Reloaded members will lose money.
And listen, that’s on top of the money they are going to lose when the various MLM scams attached to the membership levels fail also.
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