Perhaps one of the most ambitious MLMs to launch other than Web Prosperity this year (but has a lot more to offer in terms of even early matrix income) is 6K Plus Fast Matrix. www.letsgetrichclub.ws That decent-looking flash website is still under construction. Yet if I gave you their temporary site (the one currently used for pre-launch) you would think a kid put it together in 2 hours due to the poor formatting, odd colors on a black background, and the typos. These things are not important though. What matters is the moneymaking strategy. On their pre-launch site they have put together a 2 x 2 feeder for the main program. It costs $59 for which they rebate a $30 fast-start bonus for each person you refer. Since I had just been paid $72 to my PayPal account this morning, I got back to my sponsor (who has a team build topic for this on another forum), and he gave me his join info to put on the sign-up form via the temporary site. The compensation plan is in a format of 10 small cycler / matrices, each paying amounts starting at $50 in the first one to an impressive $6000 in the final matrix. Again the 10 steps will all be repeated if we continue to have enough movement. So far my sponsor's upline has only advanced to the second matrix, but again the launch hasn't happened yet. Along the way we are paid into 2 or 3 other matrix programs that also offer recurring income. The initial $59, meanwhile, is for their series of several dozen Quick E-Books. OK, so the products don't sound that great, but I will try to never judge an e-Book by its cover! Do I have my doubts that their elaborate methods of moving money and members from matrix to matrix (repeating ALL steps along the way) and third-party matrix programs from small portions of our earnings will work? Yes. But I liked enough of what I saw and I really want to do this. Here's a bit of info I have about the people behind 6K Plus Fast Matrix: Cassandra Taylor Lovett, who created the program is based in Florida. Fred Hill is the owner of three online programs (I guess those are the other matrices we gain entry into along the way), and David Sherman is a marketer who is also involved in some capacity. They accept AlertPay, Solid Trust Pay, and PayPal. Wait a minute....hold the digital phone! PayPal has long been anti-matrix. Has that policy recently changed??