TwentyXPro Review  –  Ponzi Scheme –  MLM Scam

Website & Company Infomation

The web domain of the company was privately registered on the 16th of November 2019 and was later updated on 2020–04–29.

According to the company’s FAQ page, it claims that it’s “a project created by the educational company Interconnectica Ltd”. We did a brief search on Interconnectica Ltd, and it appears that it is a fake company.

On the company’s official Youtube Channel, we can see Alexis Thomas claiming himself as the CEO of the company.

The CEO is supposedly from Cyprus, and his social media accounts give a vibe of him being an ‘entrepreneur’.

His past experiences in the MLM world are Jeunesse and Sunrise Travel Club.

TwentyXPro’s Products

The company does not have any services or product to offer, but only its MLM program focused on pumping new users in the system.

No retail option means complications in the compliances, especially in the U.S and Canada.

TwentyXPro’s Compensation Plan

The affiliates of the company purchases €20 positions in an eight-tier matrix cycler. Note that while indirect recruitment can fill Tiers 2 to 8, Tier 1 must be filled by personal recruitment.

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

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

Joining TwentyXPro

Joining TwentyXPro requires a minimum investment of €20 EUR (cycler position).

Conclusion

The company has been selling courses along with its MLM side of the business. This step has been taken in order to appear genuine.

It doesn’t matter whatever you add to a cycler; it’s still a Ponzi. Recycling €20 EUR investments to pay those who already invested makes it a typical Ponzi Scheme.

It all depends upon who came into the system first as the early movers get most of the benefits.