Are all recycler/matrix programs bad?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by greenion, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. greenion

    greenion New Member

    I've read 'horror' stories from other members that most are SCAMS and they end up losing time and money dealing with any of them.

    But, the thing is this, there has to be at least one credible program out of the many that exist on the web. Right?

    And even though I am aware that by there very nature, they are not practical long term investments, like having a 'real' business; they do serve a great 'feeder programs' if they are structured right.

    Personally, I am on a limited budget, so that is why I am attracted to these type of programs. I will (hopefully) be able to make a reasonable amount of money to funnel into my more solid online income systems.

    So, if anyone has any suggestions, I am welcomed to them. PM if you want. At this point, I am in 'Promotion Mode'. I've researched enough online to have a sense what it is I am looking for when I see it.

    As always, to a Successful 2010 for everyone who puts out the effort to make it so. Take Care!!
  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    greenion: At this point, I am in 'Promotion Mode'. I've researched enough online to have a sense what it is I am looking for when I see it

    That's a great feeling though to at least have your brain wrapped around it, eh?

    I don't have much experience in the matrix - spill over arena, but just want to wish you luck and may you find the right one![​IMG]
  3. FreeCashMan

    FreeCashMan Well-Known Member

    The challenge with these one-time pay cycler matrices is that when they stall or slow. Now all business opportunities and ones individual promotions will have ups and downs, but with a one-time pay, once its stalls, people tend to quickly gravitate to other things. Everyone isn't going to get referrals at the same rate, and so progress will be relative to that.

    The one-time pay cyclers were designed to attempt to create residual income with one time pay, and quite frankly I've never seen it work out. And I can't identify any successful network marketing opportunity that has stood the test of time with that business model for "residual income." They are typically only good as long as there is momentum. Now that doesn't make them scams, and people can be quick to label something a scam because they didn't get paid, but that's not what would make an opportunity a scam.

    If you want residual income, you've got to commit to residual income, meaning you've got to be willing to pay your monthly in order to get monthly income. Those successful home business networkers that do this, and that have been successful at it, now enjoy more coming back to them than the expense of doing the business.

    After 15 years of network marketing experience, I realize several months ago, that I should have focused on monthly residual income building with a steady and consistent effort and if I had done so I'd be that much further ahead on the road of prosperity than I am at this moment, but if you're not dead, it's not too late. So I'm rolling along now and making great things happen.
  4. GBGSuccessGroup

    GBGSuccessGroup New Member


    Ive always stayed away from those programs because they are short termed and provide no true business.. People get in thinking they will get some quick cash and when it doesnt happen...they move on..

    Its best to find a good company with a great product, a lead source and stay committed..

    Good Luck
  5. bburt252

    bburt252 New Member

    I agree with freecashman. In my experience stay away from these programs. I have been paid by many but they always end up slowing down to a halt.

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