SpeedFlow Review: Ponzi Scheme with 2X2 Cycler

SpeedFlow promises to make its investors rich through an investment of $20. The 2X2 matrix cycler is all they have for paying commission to its affiliates and admins seems missing.
SpeedFlow Review: Ponzi Scheme with 2X2 Cycler
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The website claims that the program will let even the laziest person earn great rewards and one can turn the initial investment of $20 into a permanent income. However, persons making these claims seem too shy to appear on their company’s website itself.

The domain (speedflow.org) is also registered privately on 16th March 2018. So, no information about the owner of the domain could be extracted from the WHOIS Search as well.

During the publication of the website, Alexa estimated the traffic percentage of which most of them are from Brazil (24%) and Russia (17%). Also, the English used on the website is all broken. This means that the person operating is not from any of the English Speaking Countries.

The address provided on the website for Gibraltar is also virtual. Hence, the correct corporate address is completely unknown.

When it comes to the products they offer, there is nothing much to showcase other than the affiliate membership program. To join their program, one needs to invest $20.

There is nothing new in the offering and one should keep a distance from MLM companies that seem suspicious and are not transparent.

SpeedFlow – Compensation Plan

The affiliates are encouraged to purchase the position in a 2X2 matrix cycler for $20. In this matrix, an affiliate is placed on the top position and is allowed to add 2 positions right under him. Every position is allowed only two positions directly under them.

The first level has 2 positions. The second has four positions and so on. Both levels account for 6 positions and when all these positions are filled, a cycle is completed.

For each cycle, the top affiliate gets the commission.

  • Tier 1 – Gets $20 as the cycle commission and generates a new Tier 1 matrix position. Further, the position cycles into Tier 2
  • Tier 2 – Get $30 as the cycle commission and further cycles the position into Tier 3
  • Tier 3 – Get $50 as the cycle commission and further cycles the position into Tier 4
  • Tier 4 – Get $100 as the cycle commission and further cycles the position into Tier 5
  • Tier 5 – Get $500 as the cycle commission and further cycles the position into Tier 6
  • Tier 6 – Get $6000 as the cycle commission

SpeedFlow – Matching Bonus

The company promises a 100% matching bonus as below:

  • Tier 2 – Paid $30 as the matching bonus
  • Tier 3 – Paid $50 as the matching bonus
  • Tier 4 – Paid $100 as the matching bonus
  • Tier 5 – Paid $500 as the matching bonus
  • Tier 6 – Paid $6000 as the matching bonus

SpeedFlow – Reviews

Rex: Did not like their program. It’s just another MLM scam. Nothing much in their kitty.

Seth: My cycle got completed and I was paid the commission. But, I cannot withdraw them. I tried to contact them through the website but got nothing. Even tried the Facebook account, but no reply. Would they ever get me my money? I doubt.

The Conclusion from the above Reviews

The comments clearly mention the scam the company is operating under the pretense of making every single individual rich through their program.

I believe that there should not be any mistaking in accessing the worth of this company. It is a big NO for joining.

The Verdict

The company audaciously claims that they can make people rich by investing only $20. However, their income strategy seems pretty flimsy. The program is very simple. The company shuffles the money between its affiliates.

The commission paid to the existing affiliates comes from the joining fee paid by the new affiliates. The cycler they operate is worth nothing.

The program is designed in such a way that the admins get most of the benefits. Those who are paying to get the commission will have to go through a long cycle of recruitments. In short, it would be like investing time and money for a fortune that only seems unreal.

Once the recruitment will slow down, the majority of the affiliates will lose money, and everything will be left back for the admins.

The only people getting rich through the scam are the admins of the website. They will shut the program soon after the recruitment will die and runoff.

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