Cycles Of Wealth is the latest matrix cycle system to hit the internet. The site is so new that it is actually in its pre-launch stage and won't launch until March 1, 2017. As of right now, the site only has about 311 users signed up.
The site also shows that no money has been paid out since the pre-launch started on February 8, 2017.
What Is Cycles Of Wealth?
According to Who.is, the site was registered January 31, 2017, to an unknown party. The site is using unlisted who.is info making it difficult to determine who actually runs the show.
You will find that Cycles Of Wealth has a Facebook account with Cosmos Garcia listed as the administrator for the group. When digging into who Cosmos Garcia actually is, you won't find much. This is due to the fact that the person listed as the admin doesn't actually exist.
You will find that the profile image matches to a person by the name of Hazel Inskip, who is actually a Professor of Statistical Epidemiology. Ms. Inskip works at the University of Southampton and is not likely to create a site like Cycles Of Wealth.
Leaving you with a site that has no one listed as the owner.
Cycles Of Wealth Product
Cycles Of Wealth doesn't offer any real products. Nor does it offer any services. The only thing members can sell is the membership to the matrix cycler.
Cycles Of Wealth Opportunity
The system is set up in such a way that all you need is $5 to invest into their four-tier matrix system. The idea is that with that $5 you will be paid a high interest for your investment.
As stated, Cycles Of Wealth offers four tiers. Each tier costs a little bit more than the previous one. The first tier is set at $5 and you are promised $5 in return. Once you accumulate the $5 you are then cycled into the second tier pays out $10 and you are cycled into the third tier.
The third tier pays out $20 before you are cycled into the fourth and final tier. By the time you reach the fourth tier you will have generated eight brand new positions in the first cycle and will have made $80.
In order to cycle into any new tier, you are required to reinvest at least 20% of your earnings. The site states that with just $5 you can earn $115.
Cycles Of Wealth Verdict
There are a lot of red flags that pop up with Cycles Of Wealth. The first major red flag is the ownership. The fact that the Facebook page doesn't offer any clues as to who owns the site and that the site is set to private should make you weary of signing up.
The second red flag is that the system is so new that it doesn't yet have a reputation. When a site like this come up, you should wait a while before jumping on the bandwagon. Without solid proof that the site pays it would be foolish to just throw money at it.
The best thing for you to do is wait at least six months to see if it pays out as it promises or if it has gone under.
Granted that the matrix only costs $5 to start doesn't seem like a lot. This is probably why there are already 311 people signed up to it. But you need to remember that the site is still in its infant stage and may not survive the next six months.
The site is set up on members recruiting other people to sign up. Once people stop signing up it is possible that the funds stop coming in and the guaranteed ROI isn't paid out.
If you are planning on signing up to this very new site, do so with the idea that you may not see your $5. If you plan to go all in expect to hand over 20% of your earnings so that you can be cycled into the other tiers.