Anyone using FIS Marketing?

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by MaxGxlCorp, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. MaxGxlCorp

    MaxGxlCorp New Member

    The reason I ask, I'm investing my own funds to build my new associates downline, some of them need a little push once in a while, I found FIS Marketing under one of my Google Adword's and decided to give them a shot, I figure 500 leads generated off an ad copy they create isn't to bad for $495. And yes, I went to ripoff report and scam.com.

    Thanks in advance for any feedback.

    John/Lake Tahoe
     
  2. luvtravel

    luvtravel New Member

    Did you get the 20 signups and is it worth the money or is it a scam?
     
  3. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    I guess it depends who all else gets those leads.

    When I was still buying leads, a buck a lead was considered the low end leads... and usually they got called from about 20 other marketers.[​IMG]

    Why not spend that money and generate your own leads?
     
  4. quatrostream

    quatrostream New Member

    mountainmom5: Why not spend that money and generate your own leads?
    Agree with you[​IMG]
     
  5. residualcash

    residualcash New Member

    I've looked at FIS, but didn't feel to compelled to jump on board.
    I'd like to know how it works out for you, especially, since you paid them for ad copy work.

    Keep us updated.
     
  6. TJamMoneyMan

    TJamMoneyMan Well-Known Member

    mountainmom5: Why not spend that money and generate your own leads?
    Well, they do more than just get you leads:

    They get you leads for YOUR biz, create ad copy, and draw traffic to your link for 12 weeks.
    They also continue your 'web presence' afterwards.

    The leads you get, you will have to talk to on the phone however.
    BUT,
    after you talk to them, you refer them back to FIS - with the offer of 200 free leads if they contact FIS.
    FIS, then RE-pitches YOUR link, then tries to sell them on FIS.
    If they buy into FIS, YOU get $100 - for each lead that buys into FIS.

    Don't know if or how well this works.
    They claim it works well of course, with folx earning back, from FIS alone 4 or 5 hundred bux, in the first weeks - which alone would pay for your FIS expenditure.

    They claim to get you up to hundreds of folx in your downline over that time.
    No guarantees of course!!

    I haven't done it, but it seems like a plan to me. Especially if you just don't have TIME to promote the way you need to. Or to get your biz started.
    It should at least give you some competitive edge, which some marketers might benefit from.

    You'd have to TALK to each one of those leads though, at 50 or so per week, if you are up for that.

    If it worked even a little bit, I would think it would be worth the price...

    IF!!
     
  7. Latrisa28

    Latrisa28 New Member

    Ok,

    So yes I hear everyone talking about FIS Marketing, but no one has talked about a real live experience with this company.

    I agree it sounds great that they will generate these leads for you especially if you're like me and don't have the time. I just want to know what experiences others may have had that actually purchased leads from this company. Is there anyone out there that can expound upon their experience.

    It's very important for me because I'm new to network marketing and having a home based business. Time is of the essence for me and I want to spend it wisely.

    Latrisa Giles

    [Link removed - Admin]
     
  8. TJamMoneyMan

    TJamMoneyMan Well-Known Member

    Latrisa28: It's very important for me because I'm new to network marketing and having a home based business. Time is of the essence for me and I want to spend it wisely.
    I have the same issue Latrisa, TIME!

    They will actually do advertising AND call your leads for you.

    The price is considerable, but my time is of high value also!

    It would take a well paying plan to justify the $500 cost, but they will get started for half that price, and you can pay them the remainder a few weeks later.
    In the meantime, they will promote your link.
     
  9. Latrisa28

    Latrisa28 New Member

    Have you used this service yet? If so, have they generated any real live leads for you? Are the leads good leads or dead ones? Have you been able to get the leads to join your business?
     
  10. TJamMoneyMan

    TJamMoneyMan Well-Known Member

    wow!
    one question at a time!

    no, i haven't used FIS yet - which nullifies the other Q's!

    I am considering it though.
    Most of these marketing plans, ALL of the ones I have run into, require lots of TIME.
    Like most folx I still work for a living!

    I have creative pursuits as well, that make serious demands on my 'free time'.
    I do NOT have time for the HOURS of surfing that 'free' advertising requires.
    There are other considerations as well.

    For me, FIS is a serious consideration at the moment.
     
  11. ozarkmister

    ozarkmister New Member

    I spoke with Ray Allen personally about his company. He was very nice, but I was reading the RipOff Report while speaking with him. I saw that he has several very negative reports on there. I was very candid with him about these reports, so he asked me if he could send me an email with some info about RipOff Reports and the guy who owns it.

    Have you folks seen the info on RipOff Reports? If not, ask and ye shall receive. After reading what Ray sent, I think I will be giving him a try. I'm not sure yet, but I think he is on the level. Anyway, no matter what, don't trust RipOff Reports about anything.
     
  12. Elur MLM

    Elur MLM New Member

    I think you should invest time & learn to generate your own leads. I'm not a fan of buying leads..

    All the best.
     
  13. TJamMoneyMan

    TJamMoneyMan Well-Known Member

    ozarkmister: Have you folks seen the info on RipOff Reports?
    I don't know wassup with rip-offreports right now.
    The site seems unavailable.

    But it's obvious that it's too too ez to post a R0R complaint.
    And who knows the truth of the matter, even with a rebuttal?

    That said, when I first looked into FIS this year, I was surprised that there was something like ONE ROR complaint on the company.
    It was several years old, and looked to be not very substantial, verifiable, or meaningful.

    For a company doing a service like this, for about 28 years, I would expect a LOT of complaints, valid or otherwise.
    Who wouldn't blame FIS if they paid $500 and didn't like the results?

    For them to only have one or two complaints seems like a pretty good track record to me.
    Of course, who knows how many clients they have actually had?
    And since clients get a $100 commission on each referral, there's motivation to keep quiet about negatives, and possibly get paid for passing FIS on downline.


    The last time I looked at ROR in ref. to FIS, there were a couple of new complaints, however, done this year I think.

    But now I can't get on ROR, so maybe someone can explain wassup with all of this.

    All in all, generally speaking, I would take a ROR complaint with a BIG grain of skeptical salt, unless there was corroborating evidence/experience...
     
  14. ozarkmister

    ozarkmister New Member

    TJamMoneyMan
    I agree--I wasn't able to find one credible complaint about FIS; however, I haven't been able to find a good comment either. While I was a bit concerned about that, I took a chance. I think the quality, or lack thereof, of the leads is going to be the main problem but I'll be letting everyone know about FIS in the future as soon as they prove themselves to me one way or the other.
     
  15. TJamMoneyMan

    TJamMoneyMan Well-Known Member

    ozarkmister: I think the quality, or lack thereof, of the leads
    I can dig that!
    I am not interested in FIS for the leads however, but how well they can promote sites for me.

    I simply would not have time and schedule to talk to 50 leads each week anyway!

    ozarkmister: I'll be letting everyone know about FIS in the future as soon as they prove themselves to me one way or the other.
    Looking 4wards to your report!
     
  16. ozarkmister

    ozarkmister New Member

    TJamMoneyMan

    Well, it didn't take me long to find out what I wanted to know. From what you said, I assume you use them for promoting websites. How? Ray never said anything about that. Although the leads were not exactly what I was looking for, Ray was very honorable and I have no complaint.
     
  17. TJamMoneyMan

    TJamMoneyMan Well-Known Member

    ozarkmister: I assume you use them for promoting websites. How? Ray never said anything about that.
    You have to ask, I guess.
    However, I thought promoting your site was part of the $500 offer.

    And, if you are really satisfied with FIS, you can get $100 per referral with their aff. plan.

    Just sayin'...
     
  18. Dustyone

    Dustyone New Member

    I have used fis marketing and still use them. The leads are different than the leads I have got from other companys. Cheap leads are just that, cheap leads that have been sold ( or rented is the correct term ) many times over again,and again for at times years. So 20,000 red hot names for 650.00 dollars is not a good deal.Maybe if your lucky 400 of those leads are new people just starting out in the home base workforce or they are just curious about it and filled out something on line and -BAM- a new name to rent goes out on the list. So, Fis verifies your leads. You email them, a standard email telling them you understand they are interested in the type work you are doing,and also tell them you will be calling them in the next week, as you also get their phone number. ect. Understand that your success is up to you and you will have to learn the system and you will have to work the leads. Nothing good comes easy or nothing that comes easy is good. I have made alot of money in the last year and a half with fis marketing
     
  19. Dustyone

    Dustyone New Member

    TJamMoneyMan
    tel me bout the low down on the gifting program you are in and you can eme at d_dennison@bellsouth.net
     
  20. FreeCashMan

    FreeCashMan Well-Known Member

    Dustyone

    What type of conversion have you had from their leads and marketing system.

    For example what price point are those leads joining a business at?

    How many bad batches have you had, if any, or are they pretty consistent?

    Do you find the people respond to the emails and the phone calls, or do you get a lot of not interested, never requested info leads?
     

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