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A matrix site is a business model that exchanges products for very low prices because customers can cycle on virtual ladders. Matrix sites involve customers paying for spots in ladders and they soon cycle and receive their item for a fraction of the market price. The time it takes to cycle all depends on the matrix site. For example, a matrix site with a 6 person ladder will cycle much faster that one with a 25 person ladder. The lower the number, the sooner the payout. Matrix sites differ from matrix schemes because matrix schemes request money for an item that is worthless, whereas matrix sites request money for customers to join a virtual ladder.
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