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I’ll do my best to give you my full unbiased review. There definitely has been a buzz with this company so I was excited to investigate a bit and see what all the hoopla is about.
Matrix Ads Millionaire
First things first. I want to congratulate you on doing your research. There are so many scams out there it’s important you get the facts.
You will find them here!
This way there is no guessing game. When you’re finished reading my post you’ll know if Matrix Ads Millionaire is legit or just another scam to avoid.
It’s not always easy to get all the answers because many companies don’t provide you with information.
So lets move on shall we?
Matrix Ads Milloinaire – The Website
Matrix Ads Millionaire website was registered on August 30th, 2016. It’s coming up as private out of Scottsdale Arizona.
I went over to the website and there was no information in the “contact us” section. Just a place to put in your information to ask a question.
As I looked around the site a bit I noticed Paul McCabe as the admin. He also started a Facebook group for his new company. So I am guessing McCabe is the owner of the company.
Paul McCabe is based in Brisban, Australia.
Here is a screen shot of his Facebook group:
As you can see the members are now at 178 people. Not sure how many of them actually signed up at his website.
There is a possibility that you must sign up before McCabe accept you to the group. In that case it would be all of them.
After researching Paul McCabe a bit I found out he was also involved with two other companies. One he was an affiliate the other he launched himself.
- MillionaireX – affiliate
- My Blog Pays – owner
My Blog Pays promised affiliates $100 per day if they simply bought a package. Regulatory companies especially don’t like statements such as this.
Also found a new video that McCabe posted on the main page of his website.
You can watch that here:
That is about all I could find on Paul McCabe and his past.
Don’t have much else on the company, so lets move on and see what kind of product they have.
Matrix Ads Millionaire Product Reviews
Seems like it’s becoming quite common for companies to have no retailable products or service. Believe it or not it is the third company I’ve come across today.
When you sign up with Matrix Ads Millionaire you are buying a spot in the matrix. After you purchase a position you are now able to recruit others into the matrix.
McCabe’s system bundles each position with advertising credits. You can later used these credits to display ads on his Matrix Ads Millionaire website.
Matrix Ads Compensation Plan
Of course McCabe is going to attach a 7-tier matrix cycler to his soon to be call Ponzi scheme.
Pay attention because this could get a bit confusing. They use a 4×3 and a 4×10 hybrid matrices in their cycler.
Overall if you count positions there are a total of 64. When you “cycle” out of the matrix and cycle into the next you are paid out a commission.
It looks like this:
So What Is The Cost For Matrix Ads Millionaire?
McCabe has kept the cost low so the initial push of affiliates joining will be high. It’s only $3 to get signed up and put into the matrix. I’m not quite sure but it’s possible you can buy into multiple matrix positions.
A common practice with people that play these money games.
Matrix Ads Millionaire – Bottom Line?
If you have not already I’m sure you will. That is laugh when you go over to the website and see what McCabe claims.
Matrix Ads Millionaire states that you can in fact turn $3 into over $16 million dollars! This could be the claim of all claims.
Even if it were true there is no real product or service. If you were some super affiliate that could sponsor thousands of people I guess anything is possible.
My point being you can only earn money solely from affiliate recruitment in Matrix Ads Millionaire.
Whenever you make claims like these and there is no product you’re talking about a return on investment.
That deems Matrix Ads Millionaire as a Ponzi pyramid hybrid and that my friend is a fact.
We are all very familiar with the SEC and they confirmed “the use of newly invested funds to pay off existing investors constitutes a Ponzi scheme” which is clear as day here.
Matrix Ads Millionaire – Conclusion
Even for a Ponzi scheme the numbers are pretty stacked in McCabe’s favor for sure. For just one position to cycle through all seven tiers (on the assumption no money is made) a total of 4664 position purchases are required.
At this stage you will only be breaking even. McCabe has most definitely position himself at the very top of every Matrix Ads Millionaire matrix tier.
You will never see any of that money and it will be a big pay day for Mr. McCabe. At least that’s what he’s hoping.
Just remember as with all money games such as this when recruitment dies down so will the commissions. It will take longer and longer to fill. When things really slow down the majority of Matrix Ads Millionaires will lose what they put in!
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