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Tirus’ website has no information regarding who owns or controls the firm.

Tirus’ website domain (“tirus.ltd”) was registered for the first time in 2016. The private registration was most recently updated in August of 2018.

Vladimir Potapov is the only administrator of Tirus’ official Facebook group (right).

Potapov’s personal Facebook page had no material previous to the formation of Tirus’ Facebook group in 2017.

This marks it as a possibly fraudulent profile.

Tirus produces Swiss incorporation paperwork for Tirus GmbH in an attempt to seem respectable.

There’s also a similar “banking account” document, ostensibly containing information on an affiliated HypoVereinsbank account:

These documents are useless in terms of MLM due diligence. What they do provide us is the name “Teterin Denis.”

Tirus marketing materials list Denis Teterin and Andrei Zeitsev as co-founders.

Andrei Zeitsev was previously promoting a Russian real-estate passive investment opportunity.

This looks to be the forerunner to Tirus, which debuted with the identical marketing spiel.

Participate in marketing to get money. Invest in valuable real estate in Moscow.

It is not necessary to develop anything new if you use the company’s ready-made tools.

I was unable to determine Andrei Zeitsev’s pre-Tirus past, maybe owing to linguistic issues.

Teterin and Zeitsev are stationed in Krasnoyarsk and Moscow, respectively, according to their Facebook pages.

Tirus would be a Russian MLM corporation, as opposed to Switzerland (where Tirus previously functioned through a Hong Kong shell company).

This relates to the fact that the majority of Tirus’ marketing is in Russian:

As always, if an MLM firm is not honest about who runs or controls it, consider twice before joining and/or turning over any money.

Products by Tirus
Tirus offers no retailable goods or services.

Affiliates can only promote the Tirus affiliate membership.

Tirus’ Compensation Scheme
Tirus affiliates make a four-tier matrix cycler investment:

Easy – $10 Medium – $50 Difficult – $100 Grand – $1000
It is important to note that investing in the Medium tier produces a position in the Easy tier.

Investing in the Hard tier opens up opportunities in the Easy and Medium levels. Investing at the Grand tier gives you access to the Easy, Medium, and Hard levels.

Tirus’ cycler employs 41 matrices. These require the filling of four posts.

Affiliates who purchase tier jobs are recruited directly and indirectly to fill roles.

When all four posts are filled, a “cycle” begins.

An first cycle at any payment tier pays a commission, creates a new tier 1 position, and cycles into the following cycler tier within that payment tier (easy, medium or hard).

Because the first cycle on any tier results in a higher tier rank, the commission received is lower than the commission paid on succeeding tier cycles.

Following cycles produce a new tier 1 position without producing a higher tier position, resulting in a bigger commission payout.

The following are the initial and subsequent cycle payouts for Tirus’ four-tier cycler:

Initial Cycle of the Easy Cycler Tier

Tier 1 (positions cost $10) – no commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 2 Tier 2 – $30 commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 3 Tier 3 – no commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 4 Tier 4 – $100 commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 6 Tier 6 – $900 commission, generates a new Tier 1 position
Following Cycles

Tier 1 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 job
Tier 2 – $80 commission, plus a new Tier 1 job
Tier 3 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 job
Tier 4 – $400 commission with the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 5 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 6 – $2400 commission, plus a new Tier 1 position.
Tier 7 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 8 pays a commission of $12,000 and creates a new Tier 1 position.
Tier 9 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 10 earns $72,000 in commissions and creates a new Tier 1 job in the Medium Cycler Tier Initial Cycle.

Tier 1 (positions cost $50) – no commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 2 Tier 2 – $150 commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 3 Tier 3 – no commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 4 Tier 4 – $500 commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 6 Tier 6 – $4500 commission, generates a new Tier 1 p
Following Cycles

Tier 1 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 job
Tier 2 – $400 commission, plus a new Tier 1 job.
Tier 3 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 job
Tier 4 – $2000 commission, plus a new Tier 1 job.
Tier 5 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 6 pays a commission of $12,000 and creates a new Tier 1 position.
Tier 7 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 8 – $60,000 commission with the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 9 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 10 earns a $360,000 commission and creates a new Tier 1 Hard Cycler post.

Tier 1 (positions cost $100) – no commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 2 Tier 2 – $300 commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 3 Tier 3 – no commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 4 Tier 4 – $1000 commission, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 6 Tier 6 – $9000 commission, generates a new Tier 1 position
Following Cycles

Tier 1 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 job
Tier 2 earns $800 in commissions and creates a new Tier 1 position.
Tier 3 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 job
Tier 4 – $4000 commission, plus a new Tier 1 post.
Tier 5 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 6 – $24,000 commission, plus a new Tier 1 post.
Tier 7 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 8 pays a commission of $120,000 and creates a new Tier 1 post.
Tier 9 – no commission and results in the creation of a new Tier 1 post
Tier 10 earns $720,000 in commissions and creates a new Tier 1 position in the Grand Cycler Tier Initial Cycle.

Tier 1 (positions cost $1000) – no commission, creates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 2 Tier 2 – $3000 commission, creates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 3 Tier 3 – no commission, creates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 4 Tier 4 – $10,000 commission, creates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 5 Tier 5 – no commission, creates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 6 Tier 6 – $
Following Cycles

Tier 1 – no commission and a new Tier 1 position Tier 2 – $8000 commission and a new Tier 1 position Tier 3 – no commission and a new Tier 1 position Tier 4 – $40,000 commission and a new Tier 1 position Tier 5 – no commission and a new Tier 1 position
Tier 6 – $240,000 commission, plus a new Tier 1 post.
Tier 7: no commission and a new Tier 1 position Tier 8: $1,200,000 commission and a new Tier 1 position Tier 9: no commission and a new Tier 1 position Tier 10: $7,200,000 commission and a new Tier 1 position
Commissions for Recommendation
Tirus has a one-level payout system for referral commissions.

In a unilevel compensation system, an affiliate is put at the head of a unilevel team, with every individually recruited affiliate placed right under them (level 1):

(unilevel)

If any level 1 affiliates acquire new affiliates, they are assigned to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on for an unlimited number of levels.

Tirus limits the number of paying referral commissions to five.

Referral commissions are paid as a percentage of position investment at each of these five tiers, depending on the tier an affiliate has purchased into:

Affiliates on the first tier earn

3% on the first level (personally recruited affiliates)
Levels 2 and 3: 2%
Medium tier affiliates receive 1% on levels 4 and 5.

5% on the first level
Level 2: 3%
Level 3: 2%
Levels 4 and 5: 1%
Affiliates on the upper tiers profit.

Level 1: 7%; Level 2: 3%
Levels 3 and 4: 2%
Level 5: 1%
Tirus compensates affiliates who cycle out of different tiers with the following one-time awards:

Cycle out of Easy tier 6 and receive $100 cycle out of Easy tier 8 and receive an iPhone cycle out of Easy tier 10 and receive a “world tour” for one person cycle out of Medium tier 6 and receive a gold bracelet cycle out of Medium tier 8 and receive an Apple MacBook cycle out of Medium tier 10 and receive a car
Cycle out of Hard Tier 8 to earn a “golden hour” (???) cycle out of Hard Tier 10 to obtain a Turkey apartment
It should be noted that the Grand Tier awards are not publicized.

Joining Tirus Tirus affiliate membership is contingent on the purchase of a $10 to $1000 cycler position.

Investing in cycler positions after that costs $10 (Easy), $50 (Medium), $100 (Hard), or $1000. (Grand).

Tirus Summary
Tirus’ original marketing pitch is that earnings were produced through real-estate investing in Moscow.

Since then, it has been expanded to include gold, diamonds, Turkish real estate, microcredit, IT products, “internet project development, health products, blockchain games, and ethereum.

It’s all nonsense. Tirus is running a basic Ponzi scheme.

The corporation funds rewards from additional investment in positions in this manner. According to a Tirus marketing film, “100% of the turnover goes to compensate our partners.”

A matrix cycler works on the basis that you invest, others invest, and you earn a percentage of their investments. Each additional layer raises the stakes, directing the majority of investment dollars to early adopters.

Tirus co-founders Denis Teterin and Andrei Zeitse, as well as a slew of Russians, were among the early users.

While Tirus recruiting in Russia has long since ceased, they continue to gain from recruitment in Qatar, Pakistan, and Morocco (Alexa).

Because matrix cyclers rely on pyramid recruiting, recruitment will ultimately dry up here as well.

As with other MLM cycler Ponzi schemes, if recruiting is exhausted, so will position investment.

As a result, matrices within the cycler will begin to stall. When enough matrices stall, an irreversible collapse occurs.

This locks monies in the system, allowing administrators to steal even more money.

Tirus has undoubtedly lived longer than the majority of matrix cycler Ponzis. But that doesn’t make it any less of a swindle. It also has no effect on fundamental math.

Qatar presently accounts for 58% of traffic to Tirus’ website, according to Alexa. When recruiting eventually fails, unless fresh victims are discovered, that’ll be the end of it.

Math assures that the vast majority of Ponzi scheme participants lose money.

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