## Want Extreme Details On The Matrix???

If you were to start drawing a 2×10 matrix before reading this explanation, it will be much more clear. Draw one circle at the top of your page. That’s level 1. Draw 2 circles under it. That’s level 2. Draw 2 circles under each of the circles on level 2. That’s level 3 and it has 4 circles on it.

Now draw 2 circles under each of the 4 circles on level 3. That’s level 4 and it has 8 circles on it. Now draw 2 circles under each of the 8 circles on level 4. That’s level 5 and it has 16 circles on it.

Keep going. Soon you’ll see that as you go down in levels, the number of members per level grows.

And also notice that if you were the left circle on level 2, the 3rd and 4th circle on level 3 are not under you. Neither are the 5th – 8th circles on level 3. But the other circles on levels 2 and 3 are under you.

Also notice that if you are the 8th circle on level 3, the first few circles who join on level 4 are not under you.

Understanding the above will make this explanation more clear.

Typically, in other matrix programs your position in the matrix never changes. Where you get placed when you join is where you stay. And you get paid based on how many people are below you in the matrix.

Of course the deeper you are in the matrix, the less likely it is that new members would fall under you. As you go to deeper levels in a matrix, there are more and more people on those levels. Deep levels have thousands of members on the same level. At those levels it is rare that new members actually get placed under you. Instead, new members get placed beside you on the same level you are on, which does not benefit you.

For this reason we did not design the EXTREME matrix as a typical static matrix. We disagree with designing a matrix were people get stuck at worthless, lower levels and never make any money, while sitting around getting promised thousands of dollars that will never happen all due to their permanent position in the matrix.

The EXTREME Matrix was designed in a way to get money into the hands of everyone. Rather than making people wait for thousands and thousands to join under them before they get paid, which for most people never happens, we divided the payout requirements into smaller sections.

The EXTREME Matrix is a company wide 2×14 forced matrix. So all members are in the same matrix. Your position in the EXTREME matrix is not static. Your position in the EXTREME matrix changes as current members above you in the matrix cycle, and are pulled out.

As new members join they are placed in the next available spot in the matrix. As existing members cycle, they are pulled out of the matrix above you and are then re-entered in the matrix in the next available spot at the bottom of the matrix.

The matrix has 5 payout levels which are $27, $57, $97, $137 and $177. Once you get 27 people placed under you in the matrix you cycle, get paid $27, and then you are pulled out of your current position and re-entered in the matrix in the next available spot at the bottom. Then when you get 57 under you in the matrix you cycle, get paid $57, and then you are pulled out of your current position and re-entered in the matrix in the next available spot at the bottom. Then when you get 97 under you in the matrix you cycle, get paid $97, and then you are pulled out of your current position and re-entered in the matrix in the next available spot at the bottom. Then when you get 137 under you in the matrix you cycle, get paid $137, and then you are pulled out of your current position and re-entered in the matrix in the next available spot at the bottom. Then when you get 177 under you in the matrix you cycle, get paid $177, and then you are pulled out of your current position and re-entered in the matrix in the next available spot at the bottom.

$177 is the 5th payout level. Once you cycle at that level you start over at needing 27 people to be placed under you in the matrix.

So to recap, as members above you in the matrix cycle and get repositioned to the bottom of the matrix, this causes those members below to move vertically up in the matrix one spot. As you keep getting bumped up vertically one position you are also moving to a new level. Say you are on level 10 and you get bumped up to level 9. Because level 9 has way less people on it than level 10, the likelihood of another member getting placed under you is that much greater. Meaning, that you will start to cycle faster.

Think of a triangle – wide at the bottom, narrow at the top. If you are half way down the triangle and on the far left side, new members who join aren’t always placed under you. Many are getting placed over on the right side. But as you move towards the top where the triangle is more narrow, more of these new members are falling under you.

So the higher you get bumped in the matrix, the faster you start getting people placed under you. So if you have gotten your $137 payout and you are now waiting for 177 people to be placed below you in the matrix, AND if you are far down in the matrix, you will get a few people here and there placed below you but as you keep bumping up the levels, people start getting placed under you faster because you are higher in the matrix where the levels are narrower which means more people are falling under you.

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