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On its website, GoDiamond makes no mention of the company’s owners or executives.

The domain name “” for the GoDiamond website was initially registered in 1997.

On May 22, 2021, the private registration was last updated. It indicates that the present proprietors obtained ownership at this time.

Around October 2021, GoDiamond affiliate marketing first appeared.

According to Alexa, the top three countries sending visitors to GoDiamond’s website are Mexico (29%), the US (22%), and Gabon (9%).

There is a decent likelihood that the person in charge of GoDiamond is from one of these nations.

Alongside million, which conducts business from “,” GoDiamond is promoted.

Both GoDiamond and MillionN seem to be exact replicas of one another. Since GoDiamond seems to be more common than the other, I’ve concentrated on it in my evaluation.

Always consider joining and/or giving any money to an MLM firm very carefully if it is not transparent about who owns or runs it.

Products from GoDiamond

GoDiamond offers no goods or services for sale in stores.

Only the GoDiamond affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

Plan of Compensation for GoDiamond

The remuneration scheme for GoDiamond boasts ambiguous passive advertising commissions.

Increasing your network’s revenue is your members.

The entire advertisement money goes to you.

Of course, that will only earn you pennies.

The Ponzi cycler in GoDiamond’s compensation model is where the real money is.

Be aware that GoDiamond limits withdrawals depending on recruiting before we continue.

Regular GoDiamond affiliates may withdraw up to $200 per associate they have brought on board each month.

Each affiliate that a Titanium Ambassador has brought on board is eligible for a withdrawal of up to $500 each month.

Take note that all withdrawals from GoDiamond include a 10% fee.

Matrix Cycler 3 by 3

Affiliates of GoDiamond must spend $297 to participate in a five-tier 3×3 matrix cycler.

An affiliate is positioned at the top of a 33 matrix, with three spots immediately underneath them.

The initial level of the matrix is made up of these three places. These initial three locations are divided into another three positions each to create the second level of the matrix (9 positions)

The third level of the matrix, which has 27 places, is produced in the same way.

By making successive $1100 purchases from both directly and indirectly recruited GoDiamond affiliates, positions in the matrix are filled.

A “cycle” is produced when all positions in a 33 matrix are filled.

A cycle unlocks the following cycler tier and creates a new same-tier post.

passing through an $1100 tier The first matrix creates a new tier 1 position, unlocks tier 2, and costs $1100. Subsequent cycles create a new tier 1 position.

passing through a $4400 tier The second matrix creates a new tier 2 slot, unlocks tier 3, and costs $4400 in the following cycles.

passing through a $17,000 layer The third matrix creates a new tier 3 post, unlocks tier 4, and pays $17,000 in consecutive cycles to create a new tier 3 position.

descending from a $70,000 tier The fourth matrix creates a new tier 4 post, unlocks tier 5, and pays $70,000 in consecutive cycles to create a new tier 4 position.

cycling out of a tier of $280,000 A new tier 5 position is created by the fifth matrix, and following cycles pay $280,000 and create another tier 5 post.

Matching Bonus for Cyclers

Titanium When affiliates they directly recruited leave levels 1 through 5, ambassadors receive a matching incentive.

Earn $400 when an affiliate you recruited leaves tier 1; Earn $1600 when an affiliate you recruited leaves tier 2; Earn $6400 when an affiliate you recruited leaves tier 3; Earn $25,000 when an affiliate you recruited leaves tier 4; Earn $100,000 when an affiliate you recruited leaves tier 5

Recruitment Commissions for Titanium Ambassadors

diamond affiliates may become Titanium Ambassadors by paying a $497 charge.

Every time a member of their downline becomes a Titanium Ambassador, they get $200.

This benefit is presumably only given to the Titanium Ambassador in the first upline.

To put it another way, if no Titanium Ambassadors are standing between you and the recruit, you can earn $200 from any depth below you.

enrolling in GoDiamond

Affiliate membership with GoDiamond costs $297.

For a Titanium Ambassadorship, full access to the linked revenue potential is $497.

diamond Conclusion

Because no one joins a social network to be spammed, MLM social networks fail.

What results is a social network consisting of marketers proposing business possibilities to one another—usually frauds.

This scenario has repeatedly occurred. diamond includes a Ponzi cycler and bitcoin in the equation.

The social network is essentially a ploy to cover up fraud, with hundreds of thousands flowing to the select few who successfully cycle through all five tiers (GoDiamond’s anonymous admins and a few early adopters).

Get them to sign up upfront for free, then slap them with fees after telling them they have a snowball’s chance in hell of making $280,000. That is how the game is played.

We can turn GoDiamond into a $297/$497 in $372.500 out Ponzi scheme by using the cycler alone.

For each tier 1 through 5 cycles, that translates to 1255 $297 payments, 750 $497 payments, or a combination of the two.

Since I haven’t taken the matching bonus into account, the actual number of payments will increase much more.

When each of those 750 to 1255 cycler positions needs 750 to 1255 to cycle, the situation quickly degenerates into mathematical absurdity.

Every Ponzi cycler is based on such arithmetic. However, $280,000 is no problem. The marketing is that.

The matrix will begin to halt once affiliate recruiting stops, like with all cycler Ponzi schemes.

Once sufficient matrices have become stuck, an irreversible collapse is set off.

As a result, GoDiamond’s admin keeps the money they take from their position as admin and keeps it stuck in stalled matrices (s).

Ponzi cyclers’ mathematical design ensures that the majority of participants lose money.

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