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On its website, Metaverse Wealth Academy doesn’t list ownership or managerial details.

The website domain (“”) for Metaverse Wealth Academy was privately registered on July 17, 2022.

Marketing films for the Metaverse Wealth Academy are narrated by a woman with a US accent.

I was able to recognize her as Violet L. Howard (right).

The private Facebook group for Metaverse Academy has two administrators, including Howard.

Vincent Darrell is the other administrator.

Through the WorldVentures pyramid scheme, Howard appears to have gotten his start in multilevel marketing around six years ago.

These days, Howard promotes MLM cryptocurrency schemes alongside Darrell.

The Metafi Yielders Ponzi scam was the most recent fraud by Darrell and Howard.

In May 2022, Metafi Yielders went bankrupt. Since then, Darrell and Howard have erased all of their Metafi Yielders marketing materials.

Well, practically everything.

Florida in the US is where Howard is headquartered. Darrell is reportedly a resident and citizen of the US.

To learn more about the Metaverse Wealth Academy MLM opportunity, continue reading.

Products from Metaverse Wealth Academy

There are no resaleable goods or services offered by Metaverse Wealth Academy.

Only the Metaverse Wealth Academy affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

Compensation Plan for Metaverse Wealth Academy

Affiliates of Metaverse Wealth Academy register and pay two fees.

Each charge is equivalent to a recruiting commission, which is paid when affiliates who have been personally and indirectly recruited make tier joining payments.

“Powerline Auto pool” and “Global Auto pool” are the two unilevel team commission levels offered by Metaverse Wealth Academy.

Electrical Auto pool

Pay $60 to join the Powerline Auto pool tier.

A unilevel compensation system is used to distribute Powerline Auto pool recruiting commission payments.

An affiliate is put at the head of a unilevel team in a unilevel pay system, and each affiliate they recruited is positioned immediately under them (level 1):

New affiliates brought on by any level 1 affiliates are added to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates bring on new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on down a theoretically endless number of levels.

The PowerLine Auto pool offers four tiers of unilevel team recruiting commissions:

Level 1 (affiliates directly recruited): $30 Level 2: $15 Level 3: $9 Level 4: $6

Worldwide Auto pool

It costs $50 to join the Global Auto pool tier.

A 41 matrix cycler is used by the Global Auto pool to distribute hiring commissions.

In a 41 matrix, an affiliate occupies the top position and is surrounded by four other spots.

When affiliates who were both, directly and indirectly, recruited pay $50 for Global Auto pool roles, these four positions are filled.

In a 41 matrix, the first three places filled pay $25 apiece. A new matrix slot for the Global Auto pool is created with the fourth $25.

The procedure then repeats itself, paying $25 on the first three filled slots once more, and starting from position four, a new matrix is generated.

It costs nothing to become a Metaverse Wealth Academy associate member.

For the Powerline Auto pool and the Global Auto pool, respectively, it costs $60 to take part in the linked income opportunity.

Operating on the Binance Smart Chain is Metaverse Wealth Academy. The exchange of fees and commissions for cryptocurrency.

Conclusion of the Metaverse Wealth Academy

The “metaverse,” “financial independence,” and a ton of crypto-speak are buzzwords used by Metaverse Wealth Academy to sell its services.

According to the company’s website, Metaverse Wealth Academy is a straightforward two-tier pyramid scheme:

User pays admission fee to users who have already joined. According to the Smart Contract Protocol, the money is divided up to the fourth level above the connected users.

Based on timestamps, entry amounts from the Global Line Auto pool are paid to previously registered users and recorded on Binance Smart Chain.

The fact that Metaverse Wealth Academy comes packed with Metafi Yielders victims makes it worse than a typical pyramid scam, which is already biased against participants.

The majority of the funds put into Metaverse Wealth Academy will be stolen by Violet Howard, Vincent Darrell, and their Metafi Yielders downlines. Additionally, $25 out of every $50 buy-in for the Global Auto pool is lost.

Metaverse Wealth Academy claims that “tools & courses” are included with affiliate membership to seem compliant:

This does not alter the dishonest business strategy of Metaverse Wealth Academy.

As with many MLM pyramid scams, the fraud falls apart as soon as recruiting stops.

The majority of participants in pyramid schemes will undoubtedly lose money, according to math.

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