Wealth Masters International - gotchas?

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by successforall, Sep 27, 2007.

  1. successforall

    successforall New Member

    I have been researching several programs out there as a home based businesses. Wow, to my amazement there are A LOT of options of business opportunities out there which makes the search a bit more complicated. Trying to weed through the hype and narrowing the options down for me has been a bit challenging.

    In searching through this forum on WMI, I haven't been able to find any "recent" posts regarding WMI. This has caused me to "pause" a bit to ponder the WMI opportunity. Can anyone provide their thoughts, suggestions, and honest feedback on the Wealth Masters opportunity?

    I understand that every opportunity takes hard work and effort to be successful, however I want to know the inside scoop...what are the gotchas? one is unable to ask ALL of the right questions up front because "one doesn't know what they don't know" and therefore can't ask all the right questions upfront. So, I'm looking for some inside answers on what one can expect in working this opportunity. What are the PLUSES and what are the MINUSES?

    Regarding the program itself, I do understand the 3 levels of investment and the associated compensation plan. I do like the fact that this program eliminates the 1-up and 2-up associated with otherwise seemingly good alternative programs out there. I also understand the educational program that one gets at the first level.

    Thank you for your help!
    James
     
  2. Mark_Worthen

    Mark_Worthen New Member

    In addition to the info available via the link in my signature, I'd be happy to answer anyone's questions about the business. To contact me, just click on Member under my name (Mark_Worthen) to the left or click on the envelope to send me a PM (Personal Message).

    The company asks us not to use the name in ads and on forums to even out the playing field when it comes to taking advantage of search engine results. (If you know what your are doing, you can create a site that incorporates the name of your company and draw a lot of free traffic to it via the search engines).

    All the Best,

    Mark
     
  3. Entrepreneur

    Entrepreneur New Member

    successforall
    WMI is a ripoff, stay clear of them. The info is very generic, often outdated, and may not apply to all state juridictions and certainly not to most foreign countries. Their goal is the reselling of the program, not educating people.
     

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