Infinity Reloaded Review! – Legit business? Get the truth..

Welcome everyone to my Infinity Reloaded Review!!

If your reading this right now then you are doing the smartest thing you can, and that’s research!

Lots of companies pop up everyday promising all the treasures of King Midas..

and people get so excited that they forget to do their due diligence and check up on the people making these promises.

This review will take you through all the most important parts of the program, to help you make the best decision possible!

Let’s get to it!

Infinity Reloaded Review – The Company!Infinity Reloaded review

Although there was no information on the actual website as to who owns or operates the program..

I was able to find out that the domain was registered as “infinityreloaded.com” on October 23rd, 2016 and lists Luisa Menezes, out of Langholme, Scotland, as the owner.

On Facebook, where Menezes goes by “Lou Menezes Santos” 

You find out that she is also an affiliate for Skinny Body Care having recruited many of her downline affiliates into Infinity Reloaded through her website http://extremecommissions.com.

“Just saw a post and comments in an SBC group saying that infinity reloaded is all hype lol.

Well let’s just see who will be the last one laughing when we all reach platinum before all of you. And yes when this launches and you see BV spike in SBC.”

Launching late last year, Santos also referred to Infinity Reloaded as SBC Infinity Reloaded.

Santos is also an affiliate of the Leased Ad Space cash gifting scheme.

Infinity Reloaded Review – The Products!

Infinity Reloaded has no retail products or services for sale.

The only thing affiliates will be marketing is Affiliate memberships with Infinity reloaded.

Once affiliates sign up, they are given access to various internet marketing tools (“downloads, software, scripts, courses”).

Infinity Reloaded Review – The Compensation Plan!

Paying a “Monthly Membership Fee” will grant you access to the compensation plan, which is as follows..

Affiliate commissions are paid when affiliates recruit other members who do the same.

Infinity Reloaded pays down through 2 levels of sponsorship.

Level 1, who are your personally sponsored affiliates, pays 80% of fees paid by those affiliates. Your 2nd Level, who are affiliates sponsored by your first level, pays 5%.

Payable commissions across Infinity Reloaded’s seven affiliate membership levels are as follows:

  • Basic ($10 a month) – $8 on level 1 and 50 cents on level 2
  • Newbie ($50 a month) – $40 on level 1 and $2.50 on level 2
  • Warrior ($100 a month) – $80 on level 1 and $5 on level 2
  • Captain ($250 a month) – $200 on level 1 and $12.50 on level 2
  • Sheriff ($500 a month) – $400 on level 1 and $25 on level 2
  • Pro ($1000 a month) – $800 on level 1 and $50 on level 2
  • Pro Diamond ($2000 a month) – $1600 on level 1 and $100 on level 2

Each of these levels are Sequential, meaning affiliates are required to maintain lower level membership payments if they decide to upgrade to a higher level.

Infinity Reloaded Review – The Cost to Join!

Here’s what everyone wants to know first..

The cost to join Infinity Reloaded ranges from $10 – $3,910 each and every MONTH.

The more an affiliate invest in the program, the greater the income potential.

Infinity Reloaded Review – The Verdict!

Ok, so this is basically a very simple Two-tier Pyramid scheme with a company business model that is built around recruitment ONLY.

NOT actual products and services, which will lead people to drop off once recruitment dies down..

Menezes also uses her Facebook page to recruit affiliates into other various pyramid schemes..

An Infinity Reloaded marketing video states:

“system packed with multiple income streams that will run on autopilot, such as easy1up, coinbase, moneyline & much more!”

Easy1Up is a cash gifting scheme.

“Moneyline” refers to Global Moneyline, a pyramid scheme similar to Infinity Reloaded.

Leased Ad Space has to be similar to these on some level…

It’s not really clear if Skinny Body Care is part of this system, although the post’s on Menezes’ Facebook late last year would definitely suggest that it is..

If not, then it is even more curious as to why Skinny Body Care does nothing to halt this type of pyramid fraud attached to their brand.

One would assume that Skinny Body Care‘s “Terms & Conditions” would be outright against Pyramid recruiting to build a down-line..

But here we are, months later, and it doesn’t seem to be bothering anyone, so..

If you do decide to join a company as shifty as this, then you do so AT YOUR OWN RISK!

There you go guys! I hope you enjoyed my review and got as much info out of this as possible!

Question or comments? Leave them in the “comment” section below!

Cheers! ~ Travis C.