TwentyXPro Review: Eight-tier matrix cycler Ponzi

TwentyXPro provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.
In TwentyXPro’s website FAQ, the company claims it’s “a project created by the educational company Interconnectica Ltd”.
Interconnectica LTD appears to be a Cyprus shell company.
Interconnectica LTD has a website up at “interconnectica.com”. The domain was first registered in 2018. The private registration was last updated on February 8th, 2020.
TwentyXPro’s website domain (“twentyxpro.com”) was privately registered in November 2019. The domain registration was last updated in April 2020.
Further research reveals Alexis Thomas presenting himself as TwentyXPro’s CEO on social media.

Thomas is supposedly from Cyprus. On Facebook he markets himself as an entrepeneur.
Thomas’ timeline marks various cryptocurrency expos and awards for unnamed business ventures.
On the MLM side of things I was able to peg Thomas to Jeunesse and Sunrise Travel Club.
Read on for a full review of TwentyXPro’s MLM opportunity.
TwentyXPro’s Products
TwentyXPro has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market TwentyXPro affiliate membership itself.
TwentyXPro’s Compensation Plan
TwentyXPro affiliates purchase €20 EUR positions in an eight-tier matrix cycler.
The matrix size used in TwentyXPro’s cycler are 4×1, 4×4, 4×5 and 4×6.
A 4×1 matrix is simple in nature, requiring only four positions to be filled.
A 4×4 matrix places a TwentyXPro affiliate at the top of a matrix, with four positions directly under them:

These four positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting these four positions into another four positions each (16 positions).
Levels three and four of the matrix are generated in the same manner, with each new level housing four times as many positions as the previous level.
A 4×5 and 4×6 matrix expands a 4×4 matrix by one or two additional levels respectively.
Positions in each of the matrices are filled via direct and indirect recruitment, of new affiliates who purchase €20 EUR positions.
Note that while indirect recruitment can fill Tiers 2 to 8, Tier 1 must be filled by personal recruitment.
When all positions in a matrix are filled, a cycle is triggered and the position cylces into the next tier.
Commissions across TwentyXPro’s eight cycler tiers are as follows:
Tier 1 – €20 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €40 EUR paid out and €40 EUR used to cycle into Tier 2
Tier 2 – €20 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €10 EUR paid per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €5 EUR paid per position filled on levels 3 and 4 (64 and 256 positions), €1760 EUR paid out and €80 EUR used to cycle into Tier 3
Tier 3 – €40 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €20 EUR per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €10 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €5 EUR per position filled on levels 4 and 5 (256 and 1024 positions), €7360 EUR paid out and €160 EUR used to cycle into Tier 4
Tier 4 – €80 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €40 EUR paid per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €20 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €10 EUR per position filled on level 4 (256 positions), €5 EUR per position filled on levels 5 and 6 (1024 and 4096 positions), €30,080 EUR paid out and €320 EUR used to cycle into Tier 5
Tier 5 – €160 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €80 EUR per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €40 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €20 EUR per position filled on level 4 (256 positions), €10 EUR per position filled on levels 5 and 6 (1024 and 4096 positions), €60,160 EUR paid out and €640 EUR used to cycle into Tier 6
Tier 6 – €320 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €160 EUR per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €80 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €40 EUR per position filled on level 4 (256 positions), €20 EUR per position filled on levels 5 and 6 (1024 and 4096 positions), €120,320 EUR paid out and €1280 EUR used to cycle into Tier 7
Tier 7 – €640 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €320 EUR per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €160 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €80 EUR per position filled on level 4 (256 positions), €40 EUR per position filled on levels 5 and 6 (1024 and 4096 positions), €240,640 EUR paid out and €2560 used to cycle into Tier 8
Tier 8 – €500 EUR per position filled on level 1 (16 positions), €100 EUR per position filled on levels 2 to 6 (16, 64, 256, 1024 and 4096 positions), €547,600 EUR paid out plus 1 oz in gold
Note that while the above explanation assumes all matrix positions are filled before cycling, I believe affiliates can buy into higher tiers directly.
Joining TwentyXPro
TwentyXPro affiliate membership is tied to a €20 EUR cycler position.
Conclusion
In an attempt to appear legitimate, TwentyXPro bundles “courses” with their cycler positions.

Our unique Courses will show you exactly how to dominate your niche and use attraction marketing strategies to constantly attract customers to your offers, while building big networks and owning gold.

The reality is nothing added to a cycler makes it legitimate. The cycler model is that of a Ponzi, recycling €20 EUR investments to pay those who already invested.
As the cycler tiers get higher, larger sums of money are transferred to positions who cycled first.
The absolute first position to cycle into the upper tiers of TwentyXPro will be those preloaded by Alexis Thomas. And so, as with any cycler Ponzi, the admin will make the most money.
A few early top recruiters will steal considerable sums, with everyone else (the vast majority of TwentyXPro affiliates), losing out.
One final thought is Thomas’ projection as a successful entrepreneur.

With our trainings, you will get massive exposure through the social media, which results in having constant leads looking at your offer, and sales, without even using a single paid advertisement.
TwentyXpro answers the common struggles by empowering people to increase their potential and finding ways to professional success and time freedom.

It’s a bit rich Thomas pushing this onto TwentyXPro affiliates, when there’s no evidence of his success to speak of.
Despite years of projecting himself as a successful entrepreneur, here we are in 2020 with Thomas launching a run of the mill cycler Ponzi.
That’s not success, it’s scamming. And if TwentyXPro the end result of Thomas’ entrepreneurial journey, on what basis is he offering to teach success to others?
Of course I’m reading a bit too much TwentyXPro’s courses. They after all just  offered as cycler Ponzi pseudo-compliance.
But still, it’s pretty sad that after years of running around the world receiving random awards, speaking at random events and projecting yourself as a successful businessman; that this is what it comes down to.
Food for thought.

TwentyXPro provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.

In TwentyXPro’s website FAQ, the company claims it’s “a project created by the educational company Interconnectica Ltd”.

Interconnectica LTD appears to be a Cyprus shell company.

Interconnectica LTD has a website up at “interconnectica.com”. The domain was first registered in 2018. The private registration was last updated on February 8th, 2020.

TwentyXPro’s website domain (“twentyxpro.com”) was privately registered in November 2019. The domain registration was last updated in April 2020.

Further research reveals Alexis Thomas presenting himself as TwentyXPro’s CEO on social media.

Thomas is supposedly from Cyprus. On Facebook he markets himself as an entrepeneur.

Thomas’ timeline marks various cryptocurrency expos and awards for unnamed business ventures.

On the MLM side of things I was able to peg Thomas to Jeunesse and Sunrise Travel Club.

Read on for a full review of TwentyXPro’s MLM opportunity.

TwentyXPro’s Products

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

TwentyXPro’s Compensation Plan

TwentyXPro affiliates purchase €20 EUR positions in an eight-tier matrix cycler.

The matrix size used in TwentyXPro’s cycler are 4×1, 4×4, 4×5 and 4×6.

A 4×1 matrix is simple in nature, requiring only four positions to be filled.

A 4×4 matrix places a TwentyXPro affiliate at the top of a matrix, with four positions directly under them:

These four positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting these four positions into another four positions each (16 positions).

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

A 4×5 and 4×6 matrix expands a 4×4 matrix by one or two additional levels respectively.

Positions in each of the matrices are filled via direct and indirect recruitment, of new affiliates who purchase €20 EUR positions.

Note that while indirect recruitment can fill Tiers 2 to 8, Tier 1 must be filled by personal recruitment.

When all positions in a matrix are filled, a cycle is triggered and the position cylces into the next tier.

Commissions across TwentyXPro’s eight cycler tiers are as follows:

  • Tier 1 – €20 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €40 EUR paid out and €40 EUR used to cycle into Tier 2
  • Tier 2 – €20 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €10 EUR paid per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €5 EUR paid per position filled on levels 3 and 4 (64 and 256 positions), €1760 EUR paid out and €80 EUR used to cycle into Tier 3
  • Tier 3 – €40 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €20 EUR per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €10 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €5 EUR per position filled on levels 4 and 5 (256 and 1024 positions), €7360 EUR paid out and €160 EUR used to cycle into Tier 4
  • Tier 4 – €80 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €40 EUR paid per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €20 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €10 EUR per position filled on level 4 (256 positions), €5 EUR per position filled on levels 5 and 6 (1024 and 4096 positions), €30,080 EUR paid out and €320 EUR used to cycle into Tier 5
  • Tier 5 – €160 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €80 EUR per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €40 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €20 EUR per position filled on level 4 (256 positions), €10 EUR per position filled on levels 5 and 6 (1024 and 4096 positions), €60,160 EUR paid out and €640 EUR used to cycle into Tier 6
  • Tier 6 – €320 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €160 EUR per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €80 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €40 EUR per position filled on level 4 (256 positions), €20 EUR per position filled on levels 5 and 6 (1024 and 4096 positions), €120,320 EUR paid out and €1280 EUR used to cycle into Tier 7
  • Tier 7 – €640 EUR per position filled on level 1 (4 positions), €320 EUR per position filled on level 2 (16 positions), €160 EUR per position filled on level 3 (64 positions), €80 EUR per position filled on level 4 (256 positions), €40 EUR per position filled on levels 5 and 6 (1024 and 4096 positions), €240,640 EUR paid out and €2560 used to cycle into Tier 8
  • Tier 8 – €500 EUR per position filled on level 1 (16 positions), €100 EUR per position filled on levels 2 to 6 (16, 64, 256, 1024 and 4096 positions), €547,600 EUR paid out plus 1 oz in gold

Note that while the above explanation assumes all matrix positions are filled before cycling, I believe affiliates can buy into higher tiers directly.

Joining TwentyXPro

TwentyXPro affiliate membership is tied to a €20 EUR cycler position.

Conclusion

In an attempt to appear legitimate, TwentyXPro bundles “courses” with their cycler positions.

Our unique Courses will show you exactly how to dominate your niche and use attraction marketing strategies to constantly attract customers to your offers, while building big networks and owning gold.

The reality is nothing added to a cycler makes it legitimate. The cycler model is that of a Ponzi, recycling €20 EUR investments to pay those who already invested.

As the cycler tiers get higher, larger sums of money are transferred to positions who cycled first.

The absolute first position to cycle into the upper tiers of TwentyXPro will be those preloaded by Alexis Thomas. And so, as with any cycler Ponzi, the admin will make the most money.

A few early top recruiters will steal considerable sums, with everyone else (the vast majority of TwentyXPro affiliates), losing out.

One final thought is Thomas’ projection as a successful entrepreneur.

With our trainings, you will get massive exposure through the social media, which results in having constant leads looking at your offer, and sales, without even using a single paid advertisement.

TwentyXpro answers the common struggles by empowering people to increase their potential and finding ways to professional success and time freedom.

It’s a bit rich Thomas pushing this onto TwentyXPro affiliates, when there’s no evidence of his success to speak of.

Despite years of projecting himself as a successful entrepreneur, here we are in 2020 with Thomas launching a run of the mill cycler Ponzi.

That’s not success, it’s scamming. And if TwentyXPro the end result of Thomas’ entrepreneurial journey, on what basis is he offering to teach success to others?

Of course I’m reading a bit too much TwentyXPro’s courses. They after all just  offered as cycler Ponzi pseudo-compliance.

But still, it’s pretty sad that after years of running around the world receiving random awards, speaking at random events and projecting yourself as a successful businessman; that this is what it comes down to.

Food for thought.

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