Be very careful indeed of this one! It has all the hallmarks of a "business opportunity" without real customers. One of those things with terribly expensive products which are bought only by people joining the business, in other words, dressed up to appear legal (just like PAS was until the regulators and courts moved in). The people promoting it are making some very strange claims which either aren't quite what they appear to be, or don't actually mean very much. For instance, they are saying things like:- 1. "Commission is paid to you when you recruit a new person into your team." That's clearly not true, because it would be terribly illegal. What they actually mean is that when they recruit a new person, commission is paid on the products (if any) that that person buys. but that's true in all network marketing companies. 2. "you earn the SAME commission that your recruited person earns, EVERY TIME they recruit someone to their team. This is truly revolutionary" !!! Of course, this is just a different way of saying that commissions on sales are effectively divided between 2 levels, with the person making the sale and his sponsor each receiving 50% of the commission! So it's actually what was originally known in the past as bi-level marketing, before multi-level marketing became fashionable and much more popular. 3. "you never have to pass up a sale nor settle for a reduced compensation." They say that so they can compare it favourably (they imagine) with the 1-up and 2-up companies. All it really means is that you split ALL your commissions 50/50 with your sponsor! Notice they don't say "reduced" compared with what? The money to pay your upline's "matching commission" actually comes out of the sale you've made yourself. So your own sales commission, compared with a convenitonal direct sales model, is actually reduced by 50%! It's impossible to find out from them what proportion of the company's sales, so far, have been genuine retail sales, i.e. not sales made to people joining the business. This is surely the key question that non-naive people will want to know in order to form their own impressions of whether or not it's a "real business opportunity". Companies need real customers for their products. This one doesn't have any. The cheapest joining level is about $800, but they try to take almost $2,000 to join at a higher level!! Be careful!