As it is with other MLM websites, Daily Freedom Challenge’s website is no different. The company’s website has no details of the owners of the company or those who are operating the company. The domain (dailyfreedomchallenge.com) was also registered privately on 5th January 2019. Hence, I could not find the name of the owner of the domain as well.
Moving on, I was able to find the official Facebook account of Daily Freedom Challenge and Clifford Gholston appears to be the owner of the company as cited by many promoters of the company. Further investigating into the profile of Clifford, I found out the other companies that Clifford has promoted in the past. For example, CryptoGenX which was a bitcoin gifting scheme, Karatbars International was a pyramid scheme and many others.
Again, the products and services that can be retailed are missing making only the affiliate program the entry door into the Daily Freedom Challenge’s community. To join the affiliate program, one must pay a minimum of 20 cents as the gifting payment. The payments are made in bitcoin.
However, with all the details I have collected about Daily Freedom Challenge, I believe that a company with no proper listed information and failing to provide legitimate product or service should not be trusted.
Daily Freedom Challenge – The Compensation Plan
The company uses thirty 2×2 matrix for the gifting plan. In this 2×2 matrix, one affiliate if placed on the top. Each affiliate is allowed to place two more affiliates directly under them.
For example, the top affiliate splits into two affiliates on level 1. Each of the level 1 affiliate splits further into two more affiliates on level 2 making a total of 4 affiliates. The positions are filled in the same way down the matrix.
The new and existing affiliates gift funds to the others and make the different levels. After the six positions are filled, the matrix triggers into the next tier. Here is the gifting payment across all the thirty tiers:
- Matrix 1: This position is for 20 cents. The affiliate receives 20 cents and triggers into Matrix 2
- Matrix 2: The affiliate receives 40 cents and triggers into Matrix 3
- Matrix 3: The affiliate receives 80 cents and triggers into Matrix 4
- Matrix 4: The affiliate receives $1.60 and triggers into Matrix 5
- Matrix 5: The affiliate receives $3.20 and triggers into Matrix 6
- Matrix 6: The affiliate receives $6.40 and triggers into Matrix 7
- Matrix 7: The affiliate receives $12.80 and triggers into Matrix 8
- Matrix 8: The affiliate receives $25.60 and triggers into Matrix 9
- Matrix 9: The affiliate receives $51.20 and triggers into Matrix 10
- Matrix 10: The affiliate receives $102.40 and triggers into Matrix 11
- Matrix 11: The affiliate receives $204.80 and triggers into Matrix 12
- Matrix 12: The affiliate receives $409.60 and triggers into Matrix 13
- Matrix 13: The affiliate receives $819.20 and triggers into Matrix 14
- Matrix 14: The affiliate receives $1638.40 and triggers into Matrix 15
- Matrix 15: The affiliate receives $3276.80 and triggers into Matrix 16
- Matrix 16: The affiliate receives $6553.60 and triggers into Matrix 17
- Matrix 17: The affiliate receives $13,107.20 and triggers into Matrix 18
- Matrix 18: The affiliate receives $26,214.40 and triggers into Matrix 19
- Matrix 19: The affiliate receives $52,428.80 and triggers into Matrix 20
- Matrix 20: The affiliate receives $104,857.60 and triggers into Matrix 21
- Matrix 21: The affiliate receives $209,715.20 and triggers into Matrix 22
- Matrix 22: The affiliate receives $419,430.40 and triggers into Matrix 23
- Matrix 23: The affiliate receives $838,860.80 and triggers into Matrix 24
- Matrix 24: The affiliate receives $1,677,721.60 and triggers into Matrix 25
- Matrix 25: The affiliate receives $3,355,443.20 and triggers into Matrix 26
- Matrix 26: The affiliate receives $6,710,886.40 and triggers into Matrix 27
- Matrix 27: The affiliate receives $13,421,772.80 and triggers into Matrix 28
- Matrix 28: The affiliate receives $26,843,545.60 and triggers into Matrix 29
- Matrix 29: The affiliate receives $53,687,091.20 and triggers into Matrix 30
- Matrix 30: The affiliate receives $322,122,547.20
- Moreover, Daily Freedom Challenge pays 100% matching bonus for the personally recruited affiliates.
Daily Freedom Challenge – Reviews
Sofy Turner: These people are scammers. They scammed me and took my money. This is a fraud.
Jake: I am not happy with the gifting payments. These are all stacking to make the owner rich and wealthy. We all are going to lose our money.
The Conclusions from the above Reviews
The reviews talk about the fraud that the company is running. Daily Freedom Challenge has no future prospects and is only trying to take away investors money to fill its pocket.
At the first sight of it, it is very obvious that the matrix positions are difficult to fill. If you do the simple math, you will discover that you need 4.2 billion ten cents gifting payments to top $858.9 million only by filling the matrix linearly.
It is not feasible to reach the upper matrix tier in any given scenario. This makes it impossible for anyone to earn that much of money.
The 20 cents entry is a lure to encourage as many investors as possible. All the money is going into Clifford’s and other admin’s account. Majority of the affiliates and investors will lose their money. The company wants to collect as many bitcoins as possible from people. The preloaded matrix positions on the top would receive all the bitcoins.
Once the recruitment collapses, most of the affiliates will lose their bitcoin and hard earned money only letting the scammers get hold of the maximum bitcoins.
Above all, cash gifting is not legal anywhere in the world. So, why to put yourself in such a program that’s not even allowed to exist.