I’m guessing you were doing a search on Simple Simon System and want an unbiased review? If that is you look no further.
Today we are going to get right down to it and give you everything we know about this fairly new website.
Most often these new system’s that pop up on the net give very little information. So we dig a bit deeper with tools and connections to help you get your questions answered!
Ready to get this done? Lets dig into Simple Simon System and get to the bottom of it.
Simple Simon System Review
Off to a typical start looking over Simple Simon’s System website. You’ll notice when you go to “simplesimonssystem.com” there is zero information on who runs or owns this business.
Most often then not this is quite common and a big red flag for sure.
If you’ve read any of my other reviews I talk about the importance of who is running a business. That is always the first step when joining any company. Who is running the show and how much experience that person or group of people have.
Second step we ran a check on the domain. It was registered on the 13th of August 2016. It was also set to private. So there is no information who registered the domain.
Their website had a link going to a Simple Simon System Facebook group which seems to be broken now.
Here is a screen shot of the “support tab contact us” page and the Facebook link:
The Simple Simon System Facebook group was up two days ago. The sole admin was Rob McAtamney. He is based out of Queensland, Australia.
Rob McAtamney’s history
Back in 2015 McAtamney popped up on the radar screen. He was the admin of One Time Infinity which turned out to be a Ponzi Scheme.
In 2016 McAtamney has launched three scams that we know of:
- Cash Money Bucket – relaunched 2015 scam and seems to still be running
- 3to600 – launched this matrix cycler Ponzi on February 2016
- VIP Promotors Club – launched this matrix cycler Ponzi on April 2016
Simple Simon System Compensation Plan
The Simple Simon System cost $20 to participate in the attached Multi-Level Marketing opportunity.
Simple Simon System breaks up your $20 payment. $10 goes into the straight-line queue position. $8 locks you into the matrix position. $2 goes to Rob McAtamney of course!
Going forward it’s also important to note Simple Simon System has a monthly payment of $18 to qualify for commissions.
How does the Straight-Line queue work?
Simple Simon System pays out $5 to each person added into the queue. Affiliate’s are not buying a product or service they are paying to be added to the queue.
Suppose a new affiliate pays $20 to play this money game. Their first two $5 commissions will pass the new affiliate to the upline affiliate.
Every new affiliate taking a position in the matrix will also have to pass up their first two generated commissions.
Simple Simon System Matrix
Affiliates are paid out commission using a 3×8 matrix as with membership fees.
In a typical 3×8 matrix an affiliate is placed at the top with three positions directly under that person. These initial three positions form their first level in their matrix.
Lets say each person on the affiliates first level recruited three new affiliates each. That would make a total of nine affiliates on their second level.
In a perfect “money game” world a perfectly filled out matrix would mean a total of 9840 positions in a 3×8 matrix.
Here is a picture of a 3×5 matrix:
Imagine if you added an additional 3 levels? Each one of those positions on level five would spit out three levels each and so on all the way to level eight.
Positions in the matrix are filled out via direct and indirect recruitment.
People in these money games are always hoping to grab a top position hoping for spillover. For each position fill the Simple Simon System pays out $1 commission.
Simple Simon Adcredit Commissions
Affiliates can purchase advertising credits. That affiliates referrer will be paid out a 75% commission on their purchase. I’m sure the other 25% will go to McAtamney.
Total Cost To Join Simple Simon’s System?
Upfront cost of $20 for an affiliate membership. You can also purchase these ad credits.
Simple Simon – Legit or Scam?
People that have a really good position in the matrix or have the ability to recruit hundreds if not thousands of people can make money in a system like this.
99.9% of the time if you buy a position in a company such as this you’re usually being placed way down in the mix.
You will have to either sponsor a ton of people to make any money or hope there is a monster ready to go beast mode in your direct upline.
Which usually is never the case because those monsters usually have influence with company owners in these sort of money games and get top positions in the matrix.
All components in the Simply Simon System is a classic pyramid scheme.
Straight-line queue paying out $5 to recruiting affiliates and the matrix paying out $1 per affiliate taking a position in the matrix. There is no product or service. Just money being transferred and affiliates being paid on new membership money as more people join.
Monthly fees are tied in so affiliates stick around with residuals flowing. Very common practice for websites like Simple Simon’s System to throw in “advertising credits” so it looks like there is a products.
All smoke and mirrors…
Simple Simon’s MLM component is an entity on it’s own. Ad credits are not sold at a retail level.
If ad credits were being “purchased” instead of just being part of the Simple Simon System income opportunity refunds could be an issue for the company.
Simple Simon’s System urges “Don’t use your grocery money”.
Simple Simon System – Bottom Line?
Once affiliate recruitment dies down Simple Simon’s System will certainly be a thing of the past.
Those affiliates paying $18 a month with no return will quit. Like all Ponzi schemes it starts at the bottom and works it way up.
When that happens a tipping point will be reached and the company will collapse.
Simple Simon System affiliates who weren’t able to recoup their fees loose. I’d suggest putting your time and money into a legit business and not some scam. Whenever you join money games like the Simple Simon System you’re making a bad name for yourself and in most cases lose your money.
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