Is 50 Cent Freedom A Scam or Really a Way to Financial Freedom?

Welcome to my 50 Cent Freedom reveiw. I am so glad to see you are doing your research to see if this program is legit. There are so many programs online who are targeting people who want to make money online. A lot of websites scam you out of money or your personal information and some do not.

Let’s see if this program is for you.


PRODUCT NAME: 50 Cent Freedom

OWNER NAME: Sheri Vine



Who is 50 Cent Freedom for?

The program is targeting people who think they can make a lot of cash by doing very little. It’s for people who believe it is possible to take pocket change and turn it into thousands of dollars.

If you are new to making money online I suggest you keep reading this review. There are many scam sites out there looking for people who want to make money online.

What is 50 Cent Freedom?

50 Cent Freedom doesn’t have any information on their website about who owns it. I further investigated and found the website domain was registered on July 10, 2017, and is owned by Sheri Vine with an address located in Thailand.

The email address used to register 50 Cent Freedom’s website uses the domain name Horizon Homestay.

Horizon Homestay rents apartments in Malacca City, Malaysia.

Horizon Homestay website has a Facebook link which takes you the Facebook profile of John Williams.

Williams says he is from the UK but is now living in Malacca City.

50 Cent Freedom is a multi-level marketing system that claims you can take $0.50 and turn it into a monthly income of $5152.00. Sounds good, doesn’t it?

50 Cent Freedom is an advertising program. You are able to promote 10 different products or business opportunities using just one link for all of them which they call a “10 site rotator”. When you promote the link people are able to view all your products/opportunities in rotation.

How Does It Work?

When you sign up you pay 50 cents, which they call “gifting.” You gift 50 cents which are paid monthly. In order to start making money, you have to refer two people. Those two people would be in your downline and they also gift 50 cents each month. They, in turn, refer people into the program and they each gift 50 cents monthly and so on.

The program has four levels. You start at the bottom level. As you move up in levels you earn more money. Each level you move into you pay a certain amount. As you can see in the payment plan below.

When you buy into 50 Cent Freedom you’ll be put into a 3×4 matrix. The compensation plan has four level. On each level, a person has three people beneath them. Each matrix has a different buy-in amount.

When you sign up you will be placed on level 1 of the matrix with 3 positions below you. When you refer 3 more people into the program the total earnings on level one will be $1.50.

The 50 Cent Freedom program automatically then moves you into the next level of the Matrix which has a buy-in amount of $1, the matrix has nine people positioned below you and pays out $9.

This goes on and on until you have reached the payout amount.

There is a discrepancy here. On the 50 Cent Freedom website, as you can see above, they say you have to refer two people to start earning. In the payment plan below they show you how much you make when you refer 3 people into your downline.

50 Cent Freedom matrix

I did the math. In order to make $5152, you and your downline would have to refer 10,304 people. That is a lot of people you and your whole downline would have to promote to and refer.

All 50 Cents Freedom is about is recruiting.

  • level 1 – gift 50 cents and receive 50 cents from three subsequently recruited affiliates ($1.50)
  • level 2 – gift $1.50 and receive $1.50 from nine affiliates ($13.50)
  • level 3 – gift $5.40 and receive $5.40 from twenty-seven affiliates ($145.80)
  • level 4 – gift $100 and receive $100 from eighty-one affiliates ($8100)

There is a total of four levels with 81 positions in all. You have to pay a gift in order for you to go to the next level and earn more money from your downline. That gift is deducted from your earnings.

10 Site Rotator

For your 50 cents, you are given a 10 site rotator to promote your products and business opportunities. That may sound great but most newbies don’t have anything to promote. The only thing they can promote is 50 cents Freedom.

People who have been making money online know that it is not an effective way to market your business. It is not very likely that people will purchase what you’re promoting with the link. Maybe a few will buy if your links are pertaining to making money online.

This program is so much like a pyramid scheme. The only people who make money in pyramid schemes are the people on top until the pyramid comes crumbling down.



  • This program is all about cash gifting which is illegal.
  • You have to consistently promote your link and hope your downline is doing the same. That means posting your link on social media, emails which is considered spamming
  • There are no refunds
  • The company is not selling or marketing any retail products/services to the customers. It’s all about recruiting.



There are people online promoting this program with good reviews in hopes that you believe the hype and join.

I suggest you stay away from this program. Some people would be willing to try it. It’s only “50 cents” to start.

You will be wasting your time and hard earned money. The only people getting the kind of money they claim you can make is the people on top of this pyramid scheme and that is Sheri Vine and John Williams. 

I hope this review was helpful. If you feel you still want to join this program you will need guidance with promoting it. I suggest my #1 Recommendation for the training to successfully promote this and any other online business.



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