MLMLeadSystemPRO Review Is It a Scam
Before getting into Multi level marketing or Network Marketing it’s a good idea in my opinion Not to spend the last little bit of money you have to get started. It can be quite costly to operate a profitable MLM business especially online and although you might make money you also have to factor in the amount of time it takes you to make this money as well has how much it is costing you to make this money. Making money online with a business system is not as easy and people claim it is. If it was easy they wouldn’t have to SELL it you.
My Personal Feelings About Multi level Marketing/Network Marketing
My main problem with network marketing especially online Multi level marketing systems is that you have to pay first before you can sign up. Plus you have to pay them a monthly fee to SELL their system. The fee from my understanding is just so you can plug into the system. You haven’t even gotten into marketing and advertising aspect of the business and you are already giving out money. In my opinion that is not smart business looking at this from a consumers perspective
Then once you are a member your job is to sell the system or sell simular systems to other people who are in simular situations like you are in. That kind of sounds like a pyramid scheme to me but that’s just me you might see it differently. In my view this is where MLM’s start to sound stupid. When you sign up to the seven figure master mind team you have to pay a monthly fee on top of this you are responsible for selling the MLMLeadSystemPRO® (MLSP®) system to other people, maybe in simular or the same fashion it was sold or being sold to you. Which brings me to my next point…
Why would you Pay someone to become their Affiliate???
When I see things like MLMLeadSystemPRO® (MLSP®) I can’t help but think most of the people that sign up to these things are desperate, and may not be thinking in the right frame of mind. Why??? Because i could never imagine paying somebody just so i can be their online door to door sales man. In case you didn’t know becoming a affiliate online is completely free and starting and building a website can cost you as little as $15 for an entire year. Also learning how to drive traffic to your website can be learned for free. Many times the only thing you need to know how to do in order to make money online is to learn how to drive targeted traffic to your website(s). When it’s all said and done that’s how you make money online. I could have the best product online but if nobody knows about it i won’t make a cent. This is another reason i don’t like online business systems to me you’re just making the rich online guru guy RICHER…
On the the other hand many people join online MLM’s such as MLMLeadsSystemPro.com to avoid learning internet marketing, or avoid building their own online empire. If that’s you than maybe a MLM system is what you need. Personally I find by cutting corners you are preventing the inevitable anyway which is learning internet marketing but then again this only my opinion and i’m sure an MLM recruit would have something to counter my statement so do what you want to do i only wrote this post to give you information.
Also it’s a good idea to read the disclaimer before joining which states the following.
INCOME DISCLAIMER: MLMLeadSystemPRO® (MLSP®) is an education company and marketing platform, not an income opportunity. Some of our customers are also affiliates and earn commissions by referring other people to our products and services. These claims are not a guarantee of your income, nor are they typical of average MLSP users or average participants in any other business to which the MLSP program may be applied. Some users will make NO MONEY AT ALL with this program. Individual results will vary greatly and in accordance to your input, determination, hard work, and ability to follow directions.
That being said although I personally don’t recommend this route to making money online MLM Lead System Pro is not a scam and i wish you all the best in whatever decision you make good luck to you.
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12 thoughts on “MLMLeadSystemPRO Review Is It a Scam”
I have been using (My Lead System Pro) for 6 months now to build a list of prospects and create both MLM and Affiliate Marketing related income. It’s been great so far.The training itself is very complete and teaches a whole lot of methods to set up the whole system and generate leads fast.
That’s good to hear i wish you the best in your pyramid scheme adventures.
Lol! It is such a pyramid scheme. It is so obvious. I was talking to someone about it tonight and she could not even EXPLAIN it to me. Just wanted me to sign up for a meeting. About what? Feather boa colors on Vegas Strippers? Washing my pet iguana? If you can’t describe it…it is probably just a pyramid scheme. Like the birthday group ponzi schemes. The websites they have are weird too. “Hi it’s me! Here’a great system! thanks for visiting my site” – yeah but I think your whole site is kindofafront to get me to buy into your mlm…… ah yes…..tsk tsk…rubbish.
Its odvious that steve and loise are oblivious to what’s actually going on the in economy as far as the job market, retirment, survival and being able to die with out creating more burdons for your families are concerned. Everything is going internet, we live in a internet market now, and everyone and there’s mothers are seeking ways to get financial securities. If you continue to think that the 9 to 5 job that you have is going to give you the financial security that you need to”survive” in this inflated economy then you are government influentially brain washed with the rest of them. and as you are laid off and your job floats across the water to china, you’ll be left with your hands out wondering what the f*&% just happened when it was in front of your face the hold time, but NO with your cognitive dissonance you wouldn’t allow the truth to push you into action to do anything about it to save yourself. Of course there are snakes among the grass that are playing on the ignorance of people and only want to take advantage of you. But don’t let that stop you from doing your due diligence and educating yourselves to your options.There are very good MLM companies out there where people are honestly very successful, you just have to be willing to search thru the BS to find them.The keys in searching for a good one are: look for good leaders and good products.
Oh yeah and the true example for a pyramid sceme is “YOUR JOB” because your boss “owns the business” she’s at the top, you’re at the bottom with the “WORKERS” and you’ll never make more than the boss. /\ hint hint pyramid. Most MLM companies allow you to make as much or as more as the person that signed you up,its all about how “you” “work” “your” business. if you are worried about lossing money doing something like this,Well ignorance will cost you a whole lot more. You just can’t afford not to explore your options.
@ Dee When you signup for an MLM you’re working for the MLM company making them RICH-ER that’s “YOUR JOB” they own “YOUR BUSINESS” you have to wait for them to pay you. And you have to Pay THEM to promote them. At least in traditional Franchise business the owners do the promoting for you. But… do what you want what do i care good luck with your pyramid scheme biz
You’re right in your assessment of MyLeadSystemPro. We do shorten the
learning curve for members so they can brand their own business online.
We also learn to automate the process with software and online tools.
I have over 300 leads in ten days looking at my primary business opportunity, MatchRate PLUStm, a B2B company offering 20% less than standard credit card processing fees to merchants.
As for the pyramid thing maybe the reviewer and these com mentors need
to do a little more due diligence.
Having owned a franchise, they also could be considered a pyramid^. Couldn’t everything? I was always paying the parent company and they got to make the “REAL” decisions about my business, not me. Sure, I worked the day-to-day stuff, but they were the ones “negotiating” on my behalf. Sometimes I benefited and sometimes I didn’t. That’s life. Whether it is a franchise, a MLM, or a “regular” 9-5. Isn’t it all about what you put into it? I have NOT paid anyone for an MLM YET but I am considering it. I paid a university THOUSANDS to tell me what courses to take and hand me a piece of paper that said I had graduated knowing something about a topic. How is that much different? Or various certificate programs that you basically pay a “professional organization” to take a test that says you are “certified” to do something. We are all trying to be good at something and hopefully make money at it and pay our bills and maybe go on a vacation or something. What’s so wrong with that? As long as it is not illegal and it is not hurting anyone does it really matter how we get that done? And who are we to judge how someone else chooses to get it done?
I think your post looks like the case of giving a dog a bad name and then hanging it. Before posting my comment you required my name and email. Why? It’s because you still want to be in touch with me and send me freebies till I maybe buy something. I’m a network marketer both off and online. You don’t have to pay a monthly subscription to be part of a programme, just look for the free ones and then sweat it out. If you think education is expensive, try ignorance. And incase you did not realise it you site looks like a network marketing site, only that you are affiliated to yourself.
The truth is there is no easy button. Making Money in any new business takes hard work and sales savvy. If anyone tells you otherwise … run … run… run.
Now, once you get the fundamentals and sales skills, having good lead generation tools is very key to your success.
I tried this site for a a couple of weeks. I did learn a few things, but nothing you can’t learn elsewhere for free. Somethings I really hated about it was how they try to teach you to evade legitimate questions with questions of your own, and how the main guy there, I think his name was Mike, kept saying that people who question his methods and prices are idiots.
You don’t have to be an affiliate. I bought into MLSP because of the training. Quality training is expensive and I’ve gathered enough useful tips and information to successfully run my own business.
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