Noble 8 Revolution Review: 3×5 matrix cycler Ponzi

Noble 8 Revolution operate in the personal development MLM niche. The company does not provide any information about where it operates from on its website.

Heading up Noble 8 Revolution are founders Blaine Williams (CEO), Jim Anderson (President) and Mark Campese (CMO).

Prior to co-founding Noble 8 Revolution, Blaine Williams and Mark Campese served as Global Directors in the Waszupp Global.

Waszupp Global was a Ponzi cycler launched in mid 2017.

Shortly after it launched, Williams and Campese were “terminated” from their Director positions;

For the past couple of months, I have been purging the system of unscrupulous characters.

Even though both of them had promised to stop their practice of stacking and duping partners by collecting funds for their unauthorized marketing systems, they continued to do so.

They both also were planning 2 months ago to start their own co and was canvassing WCF Partners.

Alexa traffic estimates for the Waszupp Global website suggest it collapsed shortly after.

Jim Anderson meanwhile recently served as President of Noble 7 Crowdfunding.

Noble 7 Crowdfunding was a short-lived Ponzi cycler launched in November, 2017.

Sometime between then and now Noble 7 Crowdfunding collapsed and the company website was pulled off-line.

Out of the ashes of two failed Ponzi cyclers comes Noble 8 Revolution.

Read on for a full review of the Noble 8 Revolution MLM opportunity.

Noble 8 Revolution Products

Noble 8 Revolution has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Noble 8 Revolution affiliate membership itself.

Noble 8 Revolution affiliate membership provides access to personal development themed “e-courses, digital download motivation, weekend leadership development retreats and ultra-luxurious resort destination and cruise educational and empowerment’s vacations”.

The Noble 8 Revolution Compensation Plan

Noble 8 Revolution affiliates purchase positions in four five-tier matrix cyclers.

Commissions are paid when they recruit others who do the same.

The matrix size used in Noble 8 Revolution’s cycler is that of a 3×5.

A 3×5 matrix places a Noble 8 Revolution affiliate at the top of a matrix, with three positions directly under them:

These three positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting these first three positions into another three positions each (9 positions).

Levels three to five are generated in the same manner, with each new level of the matrix housing three times as many positions as the previous level.

At the Novice Matrix cycler tier, a Noble 8 Revolution affiliate signs up and purchases a $25 cycler position.

This unlocks the first level of their matrix, which as above houses three positions.

These three positions are filled by recruitment of three new Noble 8 Revolution affiliates, who each purchase their own $25 cycler position.

When all three positions are filled a “cycle” is triggered, a commission is paid out and the next level of the matrix unlocked.

Payments across all five Novice Matrix cycler tiers are as follows:

  • level 1 (positions cost $25, 3 positions to fill) – $25 commission and cycles into level 2
  • level 2 (9 positions to fill) – $102 commission and cycles into level 3
  • level 3 (27 positions to fill) – $2140 commission and cycles into level 4
  • level 4 (81 positions to fill) – $17,810 commission and cycles into level 5
  • level 5 (243 positions to fill) – $777,600 commission

The remaining four Noble 8 Revolution cyclers increase both in fees and commission payouts as follows:

  • Apprentice Matrix (positions cost $300) – $220 commission level 1, $2100 commission on level 2, $25,400 commission on level 3, $239,200 commission level 4 and $3,898,000 commission on level 5
  • Mentor Matrix (positions cost $3000) – $3200 commission on level 1, $20,800 commission on level 2, $154,800 commission on level 3, $523,000 commission on level 4 and $24,300,000 commission on level 5
  • Master Mentor Matrix (positions cost $8000) – $9200 commission on level 1, $17,000 commission on level 2, $490,000 commission on level 3, $2,990,000 commission on level 4 and $18,600,000 commission on level 5

Joining Noble 8 Revolution

Noble 8 Revolution affiliate membership is tied to a $25 matrix cycler position.

Full participation in the Noble 8 Revolution MLM opportunity costs $11,325 for a position on each of the four matrix cyclers.

Conclusion

Noble 8 is dedicated to giving 1 Billion Dollars + to charitable causes around the world.

Under the guise of raising money for charity, Noble 8 Revolution is a continuation of Ponzi fraud where Waszupp Global and Noble 7 Crowdfunding left off.

While Noble 8 Revolution do represent to set aside a (small) percentage of invested funds for charitable donations, this in no way justifies financial fraud.

Furthermore upon learning of the source of donated funds, any legitimate charity would likely balk at receiving the proceeds of investment fraud.

Nor do the bundled Noble 8 Mentor Network products and services at each matrix level.

In essence Noble 8 Revolution’s charity angle exists solely to ease the minds of participants, who know full well all they are doing is stealing from those who join after them.

At the top of the company-wide Noble 8 Revolution matrix sit Blaine Williams, Jim Anderson and Mark Campese, who through preloaded admin positions will receive the majority of funds invested.

A few early investors (likely carry overs from Waszupp Global and Noble 7 Crowdfunding) will make a bit of money, with the rest of the Noble 8 Revolution affiliate-base ultimately losing money.

A matrix cycler hinges on continued affiliate recruitment. Once recruitment inevitably slows down, so too do matrix position purchases.

This results in stalled matrices, and when enough matrices stall company-wide an irreversible collapse is triggered.

To see this play out one need only look as far as Waszupp Global and Noble 7 Crowdfunding, both of which operated on similar Ponzi cycler models.

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