5 Dollars 2 Charity Review: Harry Heydon’s hip-pocket isn’t charity
5 Dollars 2 Charity provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.
The 5 Dollars to Charity website domain (“5dollars2charity.com”) was registered on February 24th, 2017.
Harry Heydon is listed as the owner, with an address in Gauteng, South Africa also provided.
On Facebook Heydon (right) cites himself as Senior Paster and Founder of Peniel Ministries.
Heydon also claims to be a ‘successful Internet entrepreneur and published author of Online income publications‘.
In addition to 5 Dollars 2 Charity Heydon also runs Heydon Global, a 2×9 matrix gifting scheme.
On the Heydon Global website, Heydon claims 5 Dollars 2 Charity uses “the same system”.
Read on for a full review of the 5 Dollars 2 Charity MLM opportunity.
5 Dollars 2 Charity Products
5 Dollars 2 Charity has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market 5 Dollars 2 Charity affiliate membership itself.
Bundled with 5 Dollars 2 Charity affiliate membership is access to Facebook Marketing Blueprint, described as “an ideal digital product to market on FaceBook etc.”
5 Dollars 2 Charity affiliates are also able to display advertising to other affiliates.
The 5 Dollars 2 Charity Compensation Plan
5 Dollars 2 Charity affiliates gift money to each other via a 2×9 matrix.
A 2×9 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 two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Levels three to nine of the matrix are generated in the same manner, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.
A 5 Dollars 2 Charity affiliate signs up and gifts $5 to an existing affiliate.
This payment in turn qualifies the affiliate to receive $5 from two affiliate’s they personally recruited.
Another gifting payment is required to unlock level three of the matrix, which again qualifies the affiliate to receive payments from other affiliates.
In this manner gifting payments across all nine available 5 Dollars 2 Charity matrix levels are as follows:
- level 1 – gift $5 to an existing affiliate and receive $5 from two affiliates you recruit
- level 2 – gift $7.50 and receive $7.50 from four affiliates
- level 3 – gift $20 and receive $20 from eight affiliates
- level 4 – gift $80 and receive $80 from sixteen affiliates
- level 5 – gift $300 and receive $300 from thirty-two affiliates
- level 6 – gift $450 and receive $450 from sixty-four affiliates
- level 7 – gift $500 and receive $500 from one hundred and twenty-eight affiliates
- level 8 – gift $520 and receive $520 from two hundred and fifty-six affiliates
- level 9 – gift $550 and receive $550 from five hundred and twelve affiliates
Joining 5 Dollars 2 Charity
5 Dollars 2 Charity affiliate membership is tied to a $5 gifting payment.
A 5 Dollars 2 Charity affiliate can also opt to unlock additional levels of their matrix through Silver (R1000 ZAR) or Gold (R5000 ZAR) membership.
The combination of charity and scamming is particularly deplorable.
Donate $5 to help charities around the world… and earn from your giving.
The above is how Harry Heydon markets 5 Dollars 2 Charity, and it couldn’t be farther from the truth.
The “charity” in 5 Dollars 2 Charity is Heydon’s own hip-pocket. Being a pastor, one would hope Heydon isn’t using religion to promote fraud, but unfortunately history has shown us this isn’t always the case.
Through one or more preloaded admin positions, Harry Heydon sits at the top of the 5 Dollars 2 Charity company-wide matrix.
This guarantees upper levels in his own matrix are unlocked first, funneling the majority of gifted funds into his pocket through increased gifting amounts on each level.
To justify his scamming, Heydon claims he spend R400,000 to set up 5 Dollars 2 Charity.
Admin and owners DO also receive donations as they also operate a matrix group.
Some people get offended that we also earn money but the owners did after all invest the R400,000 plus to set up these websites.
R400,000 ZAR is $28,000 USD.
The 5 Dollars 2 Charity website is hosted on HostDime.
The most expensive hosting HostDime offer is a dedicated server for $1199 a month.
5 Dollars 2 Charity itself runs on a free YourFreeWorld scam script.
I can tell you now that someone running a free script isn’t paying $1199 a month for website hosting. It’s far more likely Heydon is running 5 Dollars 2 Charity on one of HostDime’s much cheaper hosting options.
Even if you’re getting ripped off, domain registration should come in at less than $100 a year.
So factoring in Heydon’s two gifting scam websites, $28,000 to “set them up”?
What a load of baloney.
As with all gifting schemes, once affiliate recruitment drops off so too will new gifting payments.
No new gifting payments means people stop getting paid, eventually prompting a collapse.
The mechanics of a gifting scheme see the majority of participants lose money when they inevitably collapse. 5 Dollars 2 Charity is no different.