Housing 4 Life Review – Good Opportunity Or Big Scam?

Housing 4 Life ReviewHas someone tried to pitch you the Housing 4 Life opportunity lately?

Housing 4 Life is a really popular and new opportunity that is making it’s rounds on social media among network marketers.

Now, first off, let me make it clear I am NOT promoting this business opportunity as an affiliate or distributor.

I have all the facts about this business in my Housing 4 Life review so you can learn the full truth about it!

Is Housing 4 Life a scam?

Can you make an honest business with Housing 4 Life?

Let me show you in my review of Housing 4 Life.

Read on for all the details.

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Housing 4 Life – What Is It??

Housing 4 Life is an investment scheme that promises the ability to, for a small initial investment, earn enough commission to purchase real-estate. The company is run from Arizona and owned by Joseph Cannon, someone with a varied history of launching MLM companies. Most recently in 2013 he was responsible for Biz Builder (that offered a chance to build downlines in third party MLM companies) and Groceries 4 Life (that was an MLM company based around grocery coupons). Each of these companies was run through an umbrella company, ‘GannonCo Solutions International’, who say that they ‘offer solutions to meet a variety of needs’. Housing 4 Life has been launched in the same way and seems to be Gannon’s latest attempt at running a successful scheme.

Housing 4 Life Scam

The Product Line For Housing 4 Life

Housing 4 Life do not offer any actual products or services for affiliates to sell to retail customers. Affiliates are, instead, required to recruit new affiliate members to become a part of Housing 4 Life.

What Should I Know About The Compensation Plan?

Housing 4 Life uses a nine-tiered matrix cycler structure to organize payments to affiliates. Upon joining the plan with a paid membership, an affiliate is placed in a position on the first tier of this cycler, and are able to earn in the ways set out below.

The first of the 9 tiers is a 2×1 matrix, with all the others being a 6×1 matrix. The 2×1 matrix works by putting you, as a new affiliate, in the top position of a new matrix with two positions directly beneath you. The 6×1 matrix works in the same way but puts six positions beneath you instead. With each of the positions being filled by both direct and indirect recruitment, your matrix will ‘cycle’ out once all of the positions have been filled. At this point you will receive the commission associated with the matrix tier that you have cycled through, as well as being placed in a position on the next tier of the matrix. The figures are as follows:

  • Tier 1 Matrix – A 2×1 matrix which, when it cycles, gives you no commission and a position in a Tier 2 Matrix
  • Tier 2 Matrix – A 6×1 matrix which, when it cycles, gives you $25 in commission and a position in a Tier 3 Matrix
  • Tier 3 Matrix – When it cycles you receive $125 commission, two positions in a Tier 2 Matrix, one position in a Tier 3 Matrix and one position in a Tier 4 Matrix
  • Tier 4 Matrix – When it cycles you receive $300, three positions in a Tier 2 Matrix and a position in a Tier 5 Matrix
  • Tier 5 Matrix – When it cycles you receive $1025, four positions in a Tier 2 Matrix and one position in a Tier 6 Matrix
  • Tier 6 Matrix – When it cycles you receive $3250, five positions in a Tier 2 Matrix and one position in a Tier 7 Matrix
  • Tier 7 Matrix – When it cycles you receive $9975, six positions in a Tier 2 Matrix and one position in a Tier 8 Matrix
  • Tier 8 Matrix – When it cycles you receive $30,200, seven positions in a Tier 2 Matrix and one position in a Tier 9 Matrix
  • Tier 9 Matrix – When it cycles you receive $314,500 and seven hundred and fifty positions in a Tier 2 Matrix

Extra Earning Opportunities

As well as the matrix cycler, affiliates with Housing 4 Life have two other ways to earn from the scheme. These are:

  1. Recruitment Commission – Affiliates earn for each new member they recruit into the scheme. The amount earned depends upon the affiliates’ membership level (see below for membership options) and will pay between $2 and $10 for each person recruited.

Cycle Bonus – An Affiliate will earn up to $25,000 bonus whenever an affiliate that they have recruited cycles through all nine tiers.

How Do I Join Housing 4 Life?

There are 6 different membership options available to Housing 4 Life affiliates. With higher-level memberships come higher earning potentials. They are:

  1. Free Membership – There is no cost but you will not be a part of the earning opportunity. Free members are able to earn referral commissions
  2. Trial Membership – Costs $15 for your initial position, but you are only able to cycle through each of the matrix tiers one time
  3. Basic Membership – Annual fee of $22.95
  4. Basic Membership Plus – A monthly fee of $22.95 and is the same as the basic membership with a ‘veterinary care’ perk in addition
  5. Gold Membership – Annual fee of $39.95
  6. Gold Membership Plus – A monthly fee of $39.95 and is the same as the Gold membership with a ‘veterinary care’ perk in addition

Is Housing 4 Life Really A Scam?

Have you been hearing that Housing 4 Life is a scam?

Have you heard Housing 4 Life is legit?

It can be hard to tell with so many different people telling you different things.

So, what’s the truth – is Housing 4 Life a scam or is it a good business?

I would say it’s not really a scam. There are a few things you should be aware of before joining.

The best way to be successful is to be prepared going in, and have a plan to market yourself.

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Conclusion for Housing 4 Life

While the claims of return from Housing 4 Life are definitely impressive, they are completely unsustainable with the model being used here. There are no retail products being sold through the company, so all of the money being earned by affiliates is generated by the membership fees of newly joining affiliates. This is as obvious a Ponzi scheme as there can be. The numbers are simply huge, from an initial investment of between $15 and $40 you are supposedly able to get almost $360,000 in return and another 778 positions in a matrix (which could, in theory, generate over $279 million to you if they all cycle out).

Quite clearly there is an emphasis on new recruitment, because this scheme needs a massive influx to sustain itself. In the end, though, despite the owners’ attempts to claim otherwise, Housing 4 Life will suffer the same fate as all other Ponzi schemes. When the recruitment of new members inevitably slows down (there’s a limited pool of potential investors), the speed at which each matrix cycles will significantly slow down. This will have a compounded effect by causing current members to cancel their monthly/yearly subscriptions, which will reduce the funds in the system even further. This will eventually cause the company to collapse, with any Housing 4 Life affiliate, who hasn’t already made a return on their investment, losing out. Unfortunately, by definition, the majority of affiliates will be in this position, with only the owners and very early members ever being likely to see a profit.

If Housing 4 Life seems too good to be true, then it is. This scheme is destined to collapse at some point and it would be unwise to be involved in it by the time this happens. It’s simply impossible to invest $40 and receive $279 million in return so you should treat anything that offers such great returns with a healthy amount of skepticism.

I hope you got all the details you needed to make an informed decision in this Housing 4 Life Review.

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