Wealth of Information, has anyone looked at this yet?

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by Buddy, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. Buddy

    Buddy New Member

  2. QuarterBack

    QuarterBack New Member

    I haven't heard of it before but I took a look through their website. My first warning flag is the membership fee. $600 is a LOT of money to spend on building a home business.
    I did some searching and wasnt really able to find any information at all on this program. No reviews from people who have used it or forum topics pertaining to this MLM. I would be very leary about spending that kind of money on a program that I cannot get any feedback on whether it works or is a scam.
     
  3. Buddy

    Buddy New Member

    QuarterBack, thanks for your input. i know the guy personally who started it. He's not a guy you would worry about scamming a distributor. So i guess I am not asking if it's a scam, but if the forum members think it's a good program. It is the guys first MLM, and I'm a little unsure of the "online magazine" part. I don't see a lot of value in that, and I don't think it will be an easy sell. But that being said, over priced vitamins and soap aren't easy to sell either. I do wish he would de-emphasize the magazine part. Any thing you would do to make the program better, would be great to know.
     
  4. talfighel

    talfighel Silver Member

    Is this an MLM opportunity? If it is then $600 is a reasonable price.
     
  5. Buddy

    Buddy New Member

    I believe it is a MLM, with a "one up" compensation program. I am not sure I quite understand the one up thing, some how the guy you sign up gives you his first guy, and then his first guy and so on and so on.
    I'm getting in because I like the guy, and use him for some sales training stuff. But I am not sure how or who to try to sell it to. I think it would need to be people who are already have other things they are selling, and are pretty well versed in the on line/mlm world. Or the voice broadcasting thing wouldn't be that appealing. I have done one video, (it sucks) and may do some more, and write a couple articles about it, and see what happens. I guess I now need to shut up and pay the guy and stop stalling. I just don't like the magazine part, I think it makes it sound a little shady. i think they should just stick to the voice broadcaster and the sales training, and that would be enough.
     
  6. freebird658

    freebird658 Member

    The voice broadcasting is probably the best and most expensive feature here but the cost of $600 does not justify the feature and to still add a monthly fee too is a bit much. One has to ask themselves if everything offered in the package, would be worth it to someone else to pay this kind of money. Especially when most of these benefits can be found anywhere on the internet at a much lower price. Internet marketing training videos are a dime a dozen these days. I joined an opportunity a while back where you received a voice broadcasting system for around $100 bucks (but I got a deal and got it for $9.95) and you just purchased the minutes you needed.

    There is nothing really unique here, and personally I wouldn't pay $600 to join it. Way too overpriced IMHO.

    Penny
     

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