My Traffic Powerline is a Fake mlm ponzi scheme?

A Comprehensive Review of My Traffic Powerline: Jeremy Duncan’s Third Pyramid Venture



My Traffic Powerline Review: Jeremy Duncan’s 3rd Pyramid

In the realm of advertising MLM enterprises, My Traffic Powerline stands as a prominent contender.

At the helm of this venture is Jeremy Duncan, who proudly identifies himself as the owner of My Traffic Powerline.

A glance at Duncan’s Facebook profile places him firmly in the US state of Indiana.

Before his involvement with My Traffic Powerline, Duncan had been actively promoting Got Backup? and Against All Odds.


In the context of his entrepreneurial journey, Jeremy Duncan has initiated a couple of projects.

In early 2023, we witnessed the launch of M80 Advertising, followed by The Rocket Recruiter in April/May 2023.

Both M80 Advertising and The Rocket Recruiter are MLM pyramid schemes bundled with advertising and digital products.

Regrettably, SimilarWeb data shows that website traffic to both M80 Advertising and The Rocket Recruiter has been negligible, hinting at their apparent lack of success.

With the downfall of both these schemes, My Traffic Powerline has emerged as the third iteration of what seems to be a recurring pyramid scheme.

It’s worth noting that M80 Advertising, The Rocket Recruiter, and My Traffic Powerline share a common thread – they all utilize a recycled script acquired from Automatic Web Software, also known as Direct Sales MLM Software.


Jim Symonds, the creator of Automatic Web Software, has a track record of powering major MLM programs over the past few decades, particularly known for their reverse 1-ups, 2-ups, and 3-ups, along with support for various matrix systems.

Now, let’s delve deeper into a comprehensive review of the My Traffic Powerline MLM opportunity.

My Traffic Powerline Review

My Traffic Powerline’s Products

Surprisingly, My Traffic Powerline lacks any tangible retail products or services that affiliates can market.

Instead, their affiliates are primarily focused on promoting My Traffic Powerline affiliate memberships.

These memberships come with ad credits, allowing affiliates to display advertisements to fellow members.

My Traffic Powerline’s Compensation Plan

My Traffic Powerline operates on a compensation plan where affiliates purchase positions within a matrix.

These positions can be acquired through two payment options:

1. An initial fee of $40, followed by monthly payments of $20.

2. An initial fee of $40, followed by an annual payment of $200.

Commissions are earned as affiliates recruit others who follow the same payment structure.

My Traffic Powerline’s compensation plan employs a 2×12 matrix, with each affiliate positioned at the top of the matrix, having two positions directly beneath them.

This structure continues to expand through twelve levels, with each new level accommodating twice as many positions as the previous one.

Commissions are disbursed based on direct and indirect recruitment:

– $25 is paid for each personally recruited affiliate with a monthly subscription.

– $50 is paid for each personally recruited affiliate with an annual subscription.

– An additional 60 cents per month is paid for each active affiliate introduced into your matrix, where “active” implies having either a paid monthly or annual subscription.

My Traffic Powerline Review matrix

The Matching Bonus

My Traffic Powerline also offers a Matching Bonus through a unilevel compensation structure.

This structure positions an affiliate at the apex of a unilevel team, with personally recruited affiliates placed directly beneath them on the first level.

The depth of this structure extends theoretically to an infinite number of levels.

The Matching Bonus is capped at four unilevel team levels and is calculated as a percentage match of commissions earned across these levels:

– Level 1 (requires recruiting two affiliates to qualify) – 25% match

– Level 2 (requires recruiting five affiliates to qualify) – 25% match

– Level 3 (requires recruiting ten affiliates to qualify) – 25% match

– Level 4 (requires recruiting twenty-five affiliates to qualify) – 25% matchMy Traffic Powerline Review login page


Joining My Traffic Powerline

To become an affiliate of My Traffic Powerline, one must pay a membership fee of $40, followed by a choice between a monthly fee of $20 or an annual fee of $200.

In essence, My Traffic Powerline appears to be a straightforward MLM pyramid scheme, devoid of any legitimate retail products or services.

The FTC has repeatedly emphasized that MLM companies lacking substantial retail sales are tantamount to pyramid schemes.

My Traffic Powerline eliminates any ambiguity, as it fails to demonstrate any retail customer activity.

As with most MLM pyramid schemes, when affiliate recruitment stagnates, so do commissions.

While affiliates with annual subscriptions might find themselves locked in, those with monthly subscriptions will experience a cessation of commission payouts.

Inevitably, when a sufficient number of monthly subscriptions halt, My Traffic Powerline will likely collapse.

Looking back at Jeremy Duncan’s previous pyramid ventures, they have exhibited a pattern of fleeting existence, often lasting only a few months before meeting their demise.

It’s essential to remember that the mathematical certainty of pyramid schemes implies that the majority of participants ultimately suffer financial losses.

Daniel Leinhardt

Daniel Leinhardt is a Professional Researcher and Artist. Presented the BBC big dollar GiveAway on the BBC World services and a contributor to several OneCoin Documentaries. Daniel Spends most of his time writing books, doing music and researching about Artificial intelligence and Exposing fraud.


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