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Is this company a 2×2 Matrix Cycler Ponzi Scheme or actually a legit company?
Lets take a closer look at the product and compensation plan.
Matrix2Cycler Review – Company Information
There is no absolutely information whatsoever on the Matrix2Cycler website signifying who owns or runs the business.
The Matrix2Cycler website domain, matrix2cycler.com, was privately registered on November 16, 2016.
The official Matrix2Cycler Facebook group lists four administrators: Jaksa Cosic, Blaženka Baggy Franjić, Lejla Balagic Pavlovic and Sanel Klapuh.
Lejla Pavlovic and Sanel Klapuh seem to own or co-own Matrix2Cycler. Both admins list themselves as owners and administrators of Traffic Circle Share, a newly launched HYIP adcredit Ponzi scheme.
Traffic Circle Share guarantees members a 120% ROI. They launched in 2016.
Alexa traffic estimates for the Traffic Circle Share website show it died out in November and started to fail last month.
Matrix 2 Cycler was launched last year, more than likely due to the fact that Traffic Circle Share was headed for failure.
Read on for my complete review.
Matrix2Cycler Product Line
Matrix 2 Cycler has no retailable products or services at all, with members only capable of marketing membership itself.
Matrix2Cycler Compensation Plan
Matrix 2 Cycler members invest 0.06 BTC in 2×2 matrix cycler spots, on the assurance of a 0.34 BTC ROI.
Said 2×2 matrix puts a member at the top of a matrix, with two spots directly underneath them.
These two spots form the initial level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is produced by dividing each these first two spots into another two spots each.
Spots in the matrix are filled when freshly recruited and current Matrix2Cycler members invest and re-invest in new cycler spots.
When all six spots in a Matrix2Cycler matrix are filled, a “cycle” is triggered and a 0.34 BTC commission is paid. A new 2×2 matrix spot is also produced.
Matrix 2 Cycler membership is free, though to participate in the opportunity, members must invest in at least one 0.06 BTC matrix spot.
Constructing on the single-level Traffic Circle Share investment scheme, Lejla Pavlovic and Sanel Klapuh have added an MLM factor to their Ponzi scamming.
Matrix2Cycler recycles freshly invested funds to pay members who invest 0.06 BTC a 0.34 BTC ROI.
The use of freshly invested funds to pay off current investors makes Matrix2Cycler a Ponzi scheme.
Traffic Circle Share needs to continue to produce a 120% ROI for investors. Ultimately, this is not possible when recruitment dies down, as shown by a waning in traffic to the Traffic Circle Share website.
Then comes Matrix 2 Cycler, a fresh prospect intended to make people forget about Traffic Circle Share and continue to invest funds.
And, in addition to the preloaded administrator spots, Matrix 2 Cycler will have started with a whole bunch of spots invested in by Traffic Circle Share members.
Their ongoing scam is in the hopes that people who were bot a part of Traffic Circle Share will now fund ROI payments for those that lost money in the scheme.
Matrix2Cycler – My Conclusion
The Matrix2Cycler website presently advertises 3 added matrix cyclers as “coming soon”.
The strategy appears to be – as one cycler flops – to launch a new one. But, as opposed to running as separate companies each time, in Matrix 2 Cycler it’s happening within the one company.
Either way, the end result is the same: Matrix 2 Cycler will fail promptly as soon as member recruitment dies down.
Pavlovic, Klapuh and top Traffic Circle Share members will take off with most of the cash invested, with the rest of the members taking a loss.
The website states:
“Can I get a refund? No refunds, because all payments are final.”
Additionally, the use of bitcoin means that Matrix Cycler victim fund recovery will be pretty much impossible.
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