The Prosperity Grid Review – Legit $500 A Pop Gifting Or Huge Scam?
Hello my friends! Thank you for being here with me today at my The Prosperity Grid Review. You might be here because someone referred you to this company. Maybe you found it online and want to learn if they are legit or not. So this is what I’m here for. I will share with you what I’ve found out about this company. I am not an affiliate or part of this company. Just making an unbiased review so you can make an informed decision before you spend your money here. Let’s continue with my The Prosperity Grid review.
First thing that I noticed is that they don’t tell us who runs or owns the company. I could not find this on their website. They did privately registered their domain “theprosperitygrid.com” on March 6, 2021. This registration shows that they registered using a South African address. I was able to find a video on Youtube featuring some participants and they do have indeed a South African accent for the most part.
So I would assume that they run this company primarily to target South Africans. What I did also notice on this marketing video is that a woman claimed to be in Dubai. She seems to be one of the leaders of the organization. But let’s be clear about something. When an MLM is not open upfront about who owns or runs the company that should be a huge red flag for you to join. Let’s continue with my The Prosperity Grid review.
The Prosperity Grid Review – Products
In this case I was able to verify that this company does not have any retail products. What you can do is to become an affiliate to promote their affiliate membership itself.
The Prosperity Grid’s Compensation Plan
When you join this company you will become an affiliate participating in a 5 hundred bucks a pop gifting scheme. They track the payment via a 2 x 3 matrix. So how it works is that this 2 x 3 matrix will place you on top of the matrix adding 2 positions right under you:
The 2 starting positions will originate the first matrix level. Then you split these two into another two positions. then the third level begins doing the same and now we have eight positions. Recruitment will fill in these positions. This could be in a direct or indirect manner. Also existing affiliates can fill them up by re-gifting a new $500. So through this process, one $500 gifting payment is supposed to pay out $4000.
The Prosperity Grid Review – Joining
If you want to join you will need to pay a minimum of 5 hundred bucks gifting payment.
So this is very simple to explain. This is just a $500 in, $4000 out gifting scheme. You pretty much join with that 500 dollars payment and an existing member will get it. Then you are just hoping that new people join through recruitment. This way you will be able to steal $4000 and pretty much cycle out of your existing matrix. This will continue happening as long as there are new people joining in constantly. This dependency on new recruitments makes this a pyramid scheme. Plain and simple.
Once new memberships start declining, payments will stop and the scheme will collapse. If you do the math, how this works is that the top admins and very early member will see the profits. Usually these first members are friends or family of the admins. Then at the end only a few recruiters get the breadcrumbs and the vast majority will lose it all. It’s not a matter of IF it’s going to happen, but rather WHEN it’s going to happen. So do not join in. Go HERE to see another ponzi that I just busted a few days ago.
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