What is Infinity Processing System?


I’ve come across Infinity Processing System (IPS) a few times now as a way to make money at home. It caught my attention because they specifically state they are not a multi-level marketing company. However, they do share a lot of things in common with a multi-level marketing company. Let’s discuss what Infinity Processing is, and why I recommend you do not join this system.

What is Infinity Processing System?

As a reminder, I have an MBA, I am a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and have almost 15 years working in finance and accounting. These are my opinions based on researched facts and my understanding of those facts. However, this is not legal, financial, or tax advice. This is me presenting facts and my opinions to help you decide if you think this is something you should spend your time doing. If you need legal, financial, or tax advice, you should reach out to a professional for a 1:1 chat! All opinions are my own.

What is Infinity Processing System?

Infinity Processing System (IPS) is a product/membership being sold that grants you the ability to earn commissions off selling IPS to other people. Infinity Processing System claims to be a system that allows you to make money each day with 100% commission affiliate marketing strategies. You sign up for one of their three tiers of membership and get access to some digital products and the ability to earn commissions. This company appears to have been founded in 2021 based on when its Facebook Group was created.

Is Infinity Processing System a Multi-Level Marketing Company?

Infinity Processing System claims they are not a multi-level marketing (MLM) company. However, they do share things in common, including creating teams and you have to pay to be involved. There do not appear to be any monthly minimum sales goals. There is a tiered commission system, that encourages people to build “teams”. Therefore, their business model has strong similarities to multi-level marketing companies.

Are Multi-Level Marketing Companies Pyramid Schemes? Are MLMs Pyramid Schemes?

Who Started Infinity Processing System?

Infinity Processing System was started by Adriana Villegas in 2021. According to BehindMLM.com she has a long history in promoting these types of “business ventures”. You can also find her on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/AdrizMelody

What are the Tiers in Infinity Processing System?

Starter

This costs a $50 starter level one-time fee plus a $25 Admin Website Fee. This is the lowest tier and allows you to make $50 commissions. You get some of the digital products/training they offer, but not all of them. I have my thoughts on those products below.

Elite

This costs a $150 starter level one-time fee plus a $25 Admin Website Fee. This is the middle tier and allows you to make $50 and $150 commissions. You get some of the digital products/training they offer, but not all of them. I have my thoughts on those products below.

Pro

This costs a $300 starter level one-time fee plus a $25 Admin Website Fee. This is the top tier and allows you to make $50, $150, and $300 commissions. You get access to all of their digital products.

How Do You Earn Commissions in Infinity Processing System?

It is my understanding that to earn commissions in Infinity Processing System (IPS) in two ways:

  1. If you’re in the $50 tier, and you sell the IPS to someone, you earn up to $50. So if you sell it to someone who purchases the $150 level, you get $50 and the remaining $100 goes up a level (see next bullet).
  2. When you are recruited and recruit those to your teams, you can now earn the tiered commissions.
    • You (Person 0) recruited someone (Person 1) to join the business for $50. You earn $50.
    • Person 1 recruits someone (Person 2) to join the $150 level. Person 1 earns a $50 commission because they only joined the $50 starter level.
      • Then the remaining $100 from Person 2 goes to Person 0 as long as Person 0 joined at either of the top two tiers. You cannot earn commissions above and beyond what you spent to join.

Despite not being a multi-level marketing company (MLM) there are motivations to not only sell the product to earn commissions but to build teams to get those second-tier commissions.

If you’re following along though, you might be asking yourself – this seems like a pyramid scheme? Well, let’s get into the reason (in my opinion loophole) as to why they skate this thin line.

What does Infinity Processing System Sell?

The most obvious answer to this is, you join Infinity Processing System (IPS) to see IPS to others. But in addition to the membership, you get digital products and training. Some of the digital products they sell are listed below. Some you get access to only by purchasing the higher tiers.

So are these products worth it? I haven’t personally gained access to these products, but I spend a lot of time in the work-from-home/own your own business space. Let me tell you, I’ve seen a version of every one of these products either available for free, or in exchange for an email address. I imagine that the pre-written ads and closing scripts are centered around selling IPS. Therefore, I’m not sure how easily these skills will translate to other industries. It is my opinion you skip this and find these resources and affiliate opportunities elsewhere.

For a full list of the digital products offered, this is their website: https://www.infinityprocessingsystem.com/join-pro-level

  • Pre Written Ads
  • Winning Mindset Formula
  • The Art of Persuasion & Influence
  • A 7-Day Success Action Plan
  • 6 Figure Closing Script
  • Facebook Marketing Strategy
  • Access to 200 Facebook Groups
  • A Craigslist Marketing Strategy
  • A Facebook Support Group
  • YouTube Mastery Information
  • Instagram Marketing Strategy
  • How to Create a Sales Funnel
  • Email Follow Ups to have Close
  • TikTok Marketing Strategy
  • VIP Chats
  • Email Marketing Tips

Affiliate Marketing Alternatives to IPS

Affiliate marketing is something that can be done by almost anyone, and doesn’t require any membership fees. One of the largest affiliate marketing programs is Amazon Associates. Anyone can join Amazon Associates in a matter of minutes and start generating links to almost every product on Amazon. Get someone to click your link and buy something, you get a small percentage of affiliate revenue. You are not limited to the products you can sell, and there is tons of free information out there on how you can make this work.

Here is an article I wrote on monetizing your social media following that also contains some other affiliate networks you might be interested in joining: How to Monetize Your Social Media Following

Is Infinity Processing System a Scam?

In my opinion (my thoughts are my own), Infinity Processing System is very scammy and should be avoided. You recruit others with these big promises of earning potential, but really, new recruits are just needed to fulfill earnings commissions to those that are already a part of the “business”. The money from the new recruits is paying the previous recruits. The products you receive I’m guessing are basic at best because I do not see anyone out there on the internet raving about the quality of training they are receiving.

There is also a $25 fee each person pays to join called an admin website fee. I see no reference to anyone receiving a fully set-up website as part of this purchase. It appears each affiliate gets its own landing page. So I believe it is likely that this $25 is going to the owner for each sale.

The owner would be motivated to get as many people to join as possible, make as much as they can before the market dries up, then move on to the next business venture.

Is Infinity Processing System a Pyramid Scheme?

According to the New York State Attorney General’s Office:

A pyramid scheme is a fraudulent system of making money based on recruiting an ever-increasing number of  “investors.”  The initial promoters recruit investors, who in turn recruit more investors, and so on. The scheme is called a “pyramid” because at each level, the number of investors increases. The small group of initial promotors at the top requires a large base of later investors to support the scheme by providing profits to the earlier investors.

Based on everything described above, in my opinion, IPS teeters on the side of being a pyramid scheme. Their digital products are what keep them walking this thin line. I will add though, a common defense to this is that if it were illegal, they wouldn’t be in business. Murder is also illegal, drugs are also illegal and people get caught all the time for these things. Illegal activities can occur until they are stopped, and this is not a defense justifying a company is not a scam.

Final Thoughts

Have you participated in IPS? I would love to know your thoughts, impressions, and opinions on the digital products offered. What was the quality like?

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