MultiplyWESA is Graham Frame’s latest attempt to pump his WESA Ponzi token.
For information on the original 50% a month Ponzi scheme, check out BehindMLM’s We Share Abundance review.
Read on for a full review of MultiplyWESA’s MLM opportunity.
MultiplyWESA has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market MultiplyWESA affiliate membership itself.
MultiplyWESA’s Compensation Plan
MultiplyWESA affiliates purchase positions in a ten-tier 2×4 matrix cycler.
A 2×4 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:
These two positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Levels three and four are generated in the same manner, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.
Positions in the matrix are filled via subsequent position purchases by directly and indirectly recruited affiliates.
50% of funds spent on cycler positions are used to pay cycler commissions.
The percentage split per position filled is as follows:
- level 1 (2 positions) – no commissions paid out
- level 2 (4 positions) – 10% per position filled paid out
- level 3 (8 positions) – 15% per position filled paid out
- level 4 (16 positions) – 25% per position filled paid out
This is the same math used to calculate commissions across all ten MultiplyWESA matrix cycler tiers.
The first tier is advertised as costing $3 to enter. The price of the other tiers isn’t made public but we do know the total cost across all ten tiers is $165.
300% Revenue Share
The other 50% paid for cycler positions is used to fund a 300% revenue share pool.
Each cycler position purchased creates a revenue share position.
50% of funds used to purchase cycler positions are funneled into the revenue share pool.
Revenue share positions receive an equal share of 2% of the revenue share pool each day. This continues until a revenue share position caps out at 300%.
At that point reinvestment in cycler positions is required to continue receiving from the revenue share pool.
MultiplyWESA affiliate appears to be free.
Full participation in the attached income opportunity costs between $3 and $165.
We Share Abundance’s WESA Ponzi token opp is beyond laughable at this point.
Graham Frame (right) keeps coming up with new incentives to squeeze more out of We Share Abundance investors, in a futile attempt to beat the laws of mathematics.
A Ponzi scheme can’t pay out more than is invested.
Ignoring that fundamental rule, MultiplyWESA promises
EVERYONE EARNS NO MATTER WHEN YOU START!
Also the WESA token internal value is grossly overstated:
Little known to people outside the We Share Abundance community WESA have increased in value by an incredible 10,000% in under 12 months and are forcast to increase to 4 figures each in the coming 12 months.
This alone makes holding WESA (HODL) a wise move.
The reason nobody knows WESA has “increased 10,000%” is because it hasn’t.
Prior to removing the guarantee, Frame just set an arbitrary price and, for the most part, nobody was able to cash out anyway.
Again, see laws of mathematics and We Share Abundance not being to pay out more than is invested.
I’d say We Share Abundance has started its race to the bottom but it’s been in one for some time.
The WESA Tokens are well under value at present and so represent a great deal for members staking pools at just about 30% of the usual cost, but not for long as the market value will soon be over $300 each so ACT NOW!
It seems We Share Abundance affiliate recruitment has run its course.
Those that can cash out what’s left will, and Frame will eventually do a runner with whatever he’s squirreled away.
Regardless of the the time it takes for this to inevitably happen, the majority of We Share Abundance affiliates will take a loss.
Alexa website statistics suggest the majority of We Share Abundance affiliates are in the US, Cuba and Pakistan.