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National Wealth Center is a Huge Scam?

Is National Wealth Center a Scam?

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One question that is always asked above all other questions when looking into an online opportunity like National Wealth Center is this:

“Is National Wealth Center A Scam?”

I understand why some people want to ask this question, so I in this post I will answer the question in depth as to whether National Wealth Center is a Scam or not.

I also applaud anyone for doing their due diligence in researching an opportunity to make sure it is legitimate as there are tons of online scams out there.

And yes, the answer may very well surprise you…

So Is National Wealth Center A Scam or Not?

If you are referring to the company of National Wealth Center and to whether it is a scam or not, then they answer is a HUGE NO.

The company has one of if not the best reputations as a long term sustainable online program in the market today for an affiliate marketing program.

The company has a better business bureau of A+ rating and the owner Peter Wolfing has been an industry giant for around 17 years at this point and has created multiple very successful online business platforms that have allowed marketers to make amazing incomes.

Here are more reasons as to why the National Wealth Center company is not a scam:

  • Has multiple quality products for each level purchased
  • Has multiple support staff ready to help members
  • Company is based and held in the United States
  • Huge member base and company has stable growth

Now with all this being said, let me explain in what regard that National Wealth Center is a scam and this is true for just about any online program.

How Can National Wealth Center be a Scam?

National Wealth Center can be a scam, just as any online program can be a scam by this simple issue:

Some marketers within the National Wealth Center program scam people by claiming false guarantees and income for signing up into their groups.

What do I mean by this? Well if you ever see any of this going on by any National Wealth Center member with their promoting then you will know they are involved in a scam:

  • Claiming ‘guaranteed’ signups – there are no guarantees in any business, whether in an online business or offline business
  • Claiming all the work is done for you – Big incomes and big results are always the result of Work
  • Not allowing you to develop your own leads or sales for your own link for the program
  • ‘Guaranteed’ income for signing up into their ‘system’ – again there are no guarantees as far as income and is absolutely ILLEGAL to make these types of claims
  • Cannot contact the member or member will not answer legitimate questions to how their marketing or ‘system’ works – this is a big red flag

Those are several reasons why the promotion of National Wealth Center could be misunderstood as a giant scam, among others.

So in summary the company National Wealth Center is most certainly NOT a scam, but some members within the program may be very deceptive in attempts to make short money off of weak minded people who can’t think for themselves, and this would most certainly cause people to be Scammed.

And if you are reading this post and want to know what it takes for REAL success, I teach you everything on how to market your National Wealth Center business step by step and am here to help you every step of the way, click the ‘Register Now’ button below…
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The Truth About ‘Systems’, ‘Co-ops’, & ‘Rotators’ for National Wealth Center

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To further go into depth regarding all the massive influx of ‘systems’ and ‘rotators’ and all kinds of different marketing tools setup from National Wealth Center members to entice signups, I will be going in depth about what you need to watch out for.

Whenever an online program like National Wealth Center gets really successful and experiences huge growth, there is always a rampant amount of ‘systems’ and ‘co-ops’, and ‘rotators’ that pop up left and right. Some are really great, some are good, most are garbage and some are downright scams lying to your face.

What I’ll do in this post is break down each to really help you make an informed decision and to hopefully steer you away from a potential scam.

Just What Are Systems, Co-ops, and Rotators for National Wealth Center?

First let’s look at a ‘system’ for National Wealth Center:

- A system for the program is a marketing system to help you in getting signups for your NWC business. It is usually looks and functions the same for each member using the system and is usually always for specific amounts of members all under one sponsor in the program. The hope through a system is to help get you started and maximize results and sales to duplicate at a rapid pace with all of the marketing setup and done for you.

Second let’s look at a Co-op:

- A Co-op for the program is simply paid advertising, usually through solo ads placed in front of lists who are already interested in ‘make money online’ offers so should already be responsive to the NWC business. A co-op functions by several members purchasing advertising together and thus making the advertising cost cheaper with each member getting the same amount of clicks. Think of it as ‘cooperative advertising’. The clicks from the co-op can be sent to any website.

Lastly let’s look at the ‘Rotator’

- A Rotator for the National Wealth Center program is a marketing system or group setup to ‘rotate’ sales from the program throughout a specific group of members, most often under one sponsor within the program. The goal here is to try and help everyone get sales through a very effective website explaining the NWC business to everyone it is advertised towards. No one really knows how the sales are generated or how it is determined to pass the sale to within the rotator.

What is My Honest Opinion of ‘Systems’, ‘Co-ops’, & ‘Rotators’ for National Wealth Center?

Since we have defined the three up above I will now give you the honest truth about these 3 subjects, and rest assured you should pay very close attention as I always give the truth and as you are well aware of my success if you are on this site.

The truth about National Wealth Center Systems:

  • Are almost always very generic and give no individual member the ability to customize the system and to brand themselves within the system; this is not good for long term stable success
  • You are at the mercy of the person who created the ‘system’, meaning that if there is a problem or something goes wrong, it goes wrong for you and your marketing could go drastically in the wrong direction due to any technical mishap from the creator of the system

The truth about National Wealth Center Co-ops:

  • Are good at helping newbies into the business get some traffic going to their sites but honestly each member being trained to do their own solo ads, paid advertising, etc. is a far more effective way of getting the new member moving and getting them the real skills to be successful in this industry
  • This attracts people who believe that the co-op is going to magically give them sales and increase their income overnight, which is the furthest thing from the truth. Business is business and results can never be guaranteed no matter how good the offer or the advertising is done

The truth about National Wealth Center Rotators:

  • In a Rotator, you cannot do your own marketing whatsoever and one link for the entire group can only be marketed; this is insane in my opinion and the only people who would fall for such a thing are very weak minded ‘lottery ticket’ type of people who are waiting for something to get results for them, instead of working their business and getting their own results. This creates a VERY BAD culture within an opportunity.
  • There is no way whatsoever to tell how the rotator is being advertised, who the sales are going to, how the sales are being ‘rotated’. You have absolutely no control over anything within a rotator and most times members are being completely scammed and told to keep promoting one single link instead of doing their own marketing, in hopes of good things happening.
  • It is not only common sense, but mathematically impossible that a rotator can bring everyone decent results. Again these types of things are where weak minded people who don’t know how the industry works are being preyed upon by the creators of these ‘rotators’

With all this being said, I am saying that all of these are bad and none are good quality? Absolutely Not.

What I am getting across in this post is the actual reality behind what it takes to make a life changing income in any online business opportunity, whether it be National Wealth Center or any opportunity.

And if you are reading this post and would like to be taught in depth and step by step on what it takes to be successful within National Wealth Center, then go ahead and click the ‘Register Now’ button below…

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Is Infinity Downline A Pyramid Scheme?

Is Infinity Downline A Pyramid Scheme?

It’s amazing to me even after the Infinity Downline program has been the all time strongest affiliate marketing business in existence for 5 long years now, I still get asked this question:

“Hey James, Is Infinity Downline A Pyramid Scheme?”

In being incredibly successful with the Infinity Downline business, I’ve dealt with my fair share of weak mindsets and ignorant people, but this question really dumbfounds me because 99% of the time anyone claiming a business is a ‘pyramid scheme’ has no earthly idea of what a ‘pyramid scheme’ is.

So to really define what a pyramid scheme and hopefully educate these people, let’s look at the real actual definition (taken from merriam-webster dictionary):

pyramid scheme


: a dishonest and usually illegal business in which many people are persuaded to invest their money and the money of later investors is used to pay the people who invested first

In terms of network marketing opportunities, a pyramid scheme can also be defined where an investor (customer, member, distributor, etc.) pays into a business and receives no real value for paying for their membership or for a product whatsoever. Mainly meaning that each member is basically just transferring money to other members without paying for any actual products.

We all know that with the Infinity Downline program, there is a huge library of products and you can look at my in depth review of the products right here. All of the products are digital within the video or audio product library where each member or customer pays $25 to access.

This is one of the most widely used business models in existence today. A customer (member) pays a cost to access the product line. This is exactly the same model any digital product line would use. For instance think about language learning products like Rosetta Stone or any digital product where the customer accesses the products online (digital) to use the product rather than holding the physical product in their hand.

There are absolutely limitless digital products out there in all industries using this same business model in all types of markets from language learning, fitness, health, marketing, and just about any ‘how to’ on doing anything on the planet. It is much more convenient for a customer to download or access a product instantly instead of waiting for the physical product to arrive in the mail.

So Why Does Infinity Downline Get Accused of Being a Pyramid Scheme?

A very sad truth to some people out there is that like I said, they are just ignorant. These same people never really take the time to learn the real definition of anything and most always have a very weak mindset. They cannot believe anyone can make a living with an online business like Infinity Downline and get completely free from the mundane jobs they have to attend to everyday.

Also anything like Infinity Downline that has a huge profit potential where people can make lots of money as I have, people are always going to be threatened by this type of business. It makes these same people feel very uncomfortable because it is a way for people to get FREE. Miserable people do not like seeing others have success at anything, whether it’s an online business or a traditional business.

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This is the type of person usually saying online opportunities are a ‘pyramid scheme’…

So of course anything like Infinity Downline will be attacked by weak people claiming it is a ‘pyramid scheme’ or ‘ponzi scheme’. How dare anyone not work and give their life to a job 40-80 hours a week like they are…

What Do I Tell People That Ask Me If Infinity Downline Is A Pyramid Scheme?

If anyone asks you if Infinity Downline is a pyramid scheme, I would invite you to show them what a real ‘pyramid scheme’ looks like:

infinity downline pyramid scheme

Changes your perspective doesn’t it?  It’s a sad fact that most people work in a corporate ‘pyramid scheme’ their entire life and are too dumb and ignorant to even realize it.

What’s worse is they work 40 hours a week just to get a promotion to work 60 hours a week just to get a promotion to 80 hours a week and so on and so on…

Know how many hours I work in a week with Infinity Downline and make more than anyone in the corporate pyramid scheme above?

4 hours.  Not 4 hours a day but I work maybe 4 hours a week building my Infinity Downline business if that much and it just keeps paying me and paying me and paying me residually while I am enjoying life to the fullest by traveling and spending time with those I want to spend time with.  It just doesn’t get any better than that ;)

If the light bulb just went off in your head and you are ready to do things differently, then just click the ‘Join Now’ button below and I’m going to show you how to say goodbye to the corporate pyramid scheme once and for all…

James Matthews
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Ethan Vanderbuilt – Is He A Scam?  Yes In My Opinion!

I had the misfortune of running across Ethan Vanderbuilt and his website after he did a review of the Infinity Downline business opportunity along with listing one of the most credible and honest men on the planet, Peter Wolfing, as a ‘scam artist’.   He has also without my permission of course, featured one of my own videos on his website in his review of Infinity Downline.

While it’s beneath me to give someone like this an ounce of my time in writing,  I do feel an obligation to give the honest truth and defend Peter Wolfing’s integrity as he has helped an amazing amount of people with his businesses and also to give everyone the honest reality of who Ethan Vanderbuilt really is, which is an absolute scam artist himself and the ultimate form of ‘hater’:

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As most everyone knows, the Infinity Downline program has been the most legal, credible, honest, income producing program for 5 years straight now and has over 260,000 members.  The Infinity Downline program sells a membership to access a product line, which has an amazing value of audio and video products dealing with software, marketing, and entrepreneur training.  

This is obviously a perfectly legal business model and is used across many different industries.  As to how someone could call this a ‘scam’ is beyond me or has anything remotely related to what Ethan Vanderbuilt claims is beyond ludicrous, but we’ll get more into that in a moment.

Ethan Vanderbuilt’s review on his website of the Infinity Downline program is probably the most absurd and ridiculous writing I’ve ever come across on the internet. 

To the uninformed viewer it may seem like Ethan Vanderbuilt is a ‘scam buster’ as he likes to refer to himself.  To an informed internet marketer like myself, let me tell you exactly what Ethan Vanderbuilt is doing with his content and his website, so you will always know how much of a scam artist Ethan truly is…

How is Ethan Vanderbuilt A Scam?

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Nice black curtain behind you, I suspect you are trying to hide the fact you are still living in your parent’s basement…

As stated, Ethan Vanderbuilt’s entire web presence and content is built upon taking honest and credible companies and informing everyone that they are a ‘scam’.  This drives more and more traffic to his site and creates a controversy.  This controversy is what he is relying on to engage readers to his site because some unfortunates will search for a company and research if the company is a scam.

As you can also plainly see from visiting his website, he has many ads popping up and listed and this creates a small revenue for himself if anyone clicks on the ads from visiting his site.   This is about the lowest form of marketing online and again is sadly the only way Ethan can make any type of money online, by driving traffic from these scam claims in the hopes of someone clicking these ads.

His entire web presence is built on tricking and deceptively creating a controversy against credible honest companies, and this makes him an outright scam as well as a liar.

Not only does he falsely accuse credible companies of being ‘scams’.  He also accuses prominent internet marketing leaders like Vick Strizheus and even hugely respected authors such as Robert Kiyosaki as being a ‘scam’.

Let’s take a look at just how much Vick Strizheus is respected among by the industry and just about everyone by taking a screenshot from his facebook page:

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Now let’s take a look at how much Robert Kiyosaki is respected and admired by taking a screenshot from his facebook page:

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So to compare and be fair, let’s now take a look at how respected Ethan Vanderbuilt is when he makes a post on Facebook:

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I hope you are starting to understand just how sad and desperate an individual like Ethan Vanderbuilt is…

It’s much like a desperate cry for attention and probably about the only way, sadly, that Ethan can get any viewers to his site whatsoever.  I also suspect that Ethan himself was a huge failure in business, and this is probably what has caused this need for ‘scam busting’ he refers to as his mission.

Let’s look at another big reason why Ethan is building so much content claiming honest companies are ‘scams’, this is a screenshot taken from a page on his website:

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This screenshot is taken from Ethan Vanderbuilt’s own website promoting his own affiliate link to Wealthy affiliate, which is an affiliate marketing program identical to other opportunities he claims is a ‘scam’

This is the only real evidence that we need to realize that not only is Ethan Vanderbuilt is a scam artist himself and a liar, but he is also a hypocrite. Building content accusing credible affiliate marketing companies are a scam, but then promoting Wealthy Affiliate?  I hope you are starting to see the truth of what Ethan is really up to:

Creating controversy and gaining traffic to promote his own agenda for his own affiliate marketing program… 

Let’s look at Ethan Vanderbuilt’s Review of Infinity Downline…

While Ethan Vanderbuilt falsely accuses many credible companies such as WorldVentures, MCA, Vemma, DS Domination, Empower Network, and even the network marketing industry giant Amway as being ‘scams’ I want to go in depth as to just how ridiculous his review of Infinity Downline is.

I’ll be attaching a screenshot of his review and then explaining the actual truth about the claims being made towards the Infinity Downline opportunity:

1. Infinity Downline is ‘Cash Gifting’…

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Infinity Downline is in no way or has ever been a ‘cash gifting pyramid scheme’ as Ethan Vanderbuilt claims.   Each member pays a membership fee to access tons of audio and video products in the areas of software, marketing, and entrepreneurship training.   This is one of the most credible and legitimate business models used across many different industries. 

Each member is paying for products.  Pyramid schemes or ‘cash gifting’ would involve no product whatsoever and is illegal.  Infinity Downline’s business model is the furthest thing from illegal.

2.  Low value, out of date content…

Infinity Downline has a huge product line consisting of tons of digital trainings on everything from software, marketing, seminars, motivation, self development, etc.   All of the software trainings are consistent and helpful, I myself used to have an IT business and I can say that the products dealing with anything IT related are of very high value.  I completely learned myself how to use Powerpoint from the product line and even my own mother learned how to use Excel from the video trainings on that software.

Being an SEO expert myself I would also highly recommend the video marketing products related to SEO and online marketing within the Infinity Downline membership to anyone getting started online.

There are tons of products within the membership area valued in the thousands for the membership cost and are all high quality.  Ethan Vanderbuilt obviously not being a member of the program would not know this and proves he is a massive liar and has no basis in his review whatsoever.

3.  Problems with the Reverse 2 Up Compensation Plan…

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The reason the Reverse 2 Up Compensation plan hasn’t disappeared, as Ethan Vanderbuilt claims, is because it works and is the most simple and profitable compensation plan that anyone can use to make serious money very quickly.

Most anyone within the Infinity Downline program makes more money in a day than Ethan does in a month, so I will leave it at that and this is probably another reason why he hates affiliate and network marketing programs because he obviously cannot make a dime in any of them.

The Reverse 2 Up Compensation Plan is without a doubt the most effective profitable compensation plan in existence and allows anyone with work and effort to make money.   In fact the way Ethan describes the way the Reverse 2 Up Compensation plan works is completely false and wrong.  Again clearly not being a member he cannot get his facts straight on anything and is just another sad attempt at the company providing an amazing means to every member to get into profit very quickly through sales into the business.

Please see the Actual Reverse 2 Up Compensation Plan Here

In Conclusion About Ethan Vanderbuilt…

This is much like someone who has never worked out a day in their life, telling everyone else in the gym exercising that what they are doing is ‘wrong’.  Someone who has never attempted much at life yet telling everyone that companies and opportunities are a ‘scam’.

Everyone hates these types of people like Ethan Vanderbuilt, and what content he has built is always met with fierce resistance from most people visiting his site (just look at the comments on his ‘reviews’).

Unfortunately there is always going to be people like Ethan Vanderbuilt, but rarely do they go to this extent to try and discourage people from actually getting free and making an income for themselves vs. being completely mediocre as he is. 

There will always be discouragers, haters, or those that attempt to take away from your success or how to live a life you truly deserve, if I had ever once listened to someone like Ethan Vanderbuilt, I would still be completely lost in a world of mediocrity and working for someone else and building someone else’s dream. 

Those that ‘can’t’ will always try to discourage the rest of us who ‘can’.

I couldn’t sleep at night knowing I was tricking and deceiving people through my content online, but this is exactly what Ethan Vanderbuilt is doing.  While I do not have any anger for Ethan Vanderbuilt, I do feel incredibly sorry for this guy.

I suspect he does not get any attention or have much along the lines of friends and family, so his content is a way to get ‘attention’  and to anger as many people as possible.  It’s much like a child screaming for someone to pay attention or to ‘act out’ so someone will notice.

And that is the honest sad reality of Ethan Vanderbuilt…


To Your Success,

James Matthews
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MLM Scams – Get Out of MLM For Something Better…

I”m always honest, so this post is about the forbidden and often understood concept of ‘mlm’ which is an acronym for ‘multi level marketing’.  I got curious this last year and I decided to give the whole ‘mlm’ thing a go and see if I could build an offline team of sales and distributors in my area for a very popular weight loss company.  It worked.

But there is something you need to know about “MLM Scams”, especially vs. Affiliate Marketing (what Infinity Downline is), please watch my honest & sincere video:

Do I Think All MLM Companies Are Scams?

Of course not, and I’m not saying anything negative about MLMI’m just saying honestly that it’s about 100x more difficult and a constant headache of a sales job that you are running 24/7.  If you stop for a moment your business comes to a screeching halt.  I don’t see where the stability in something like this is after doing it successfully for a year.  I wouldn’t say ‘scam’ but I definitely don’t feel that most MLM companies are completely honest on what it takes to be successful in the traditional network marketing game.  It’s hard and draining.

After running my experiment this past year I’ve come to the conclusion that with a traditional MLM and the VERY high dropout rates, MLM companies are primarily making money off of the distributors.  Traditional MLM’s have ridiculously high autoship volumes that have to be kept even before a distributor is paid.  This makes it extremely hard for the average person to stay successful and actually make more money than they are paying.

Constant home parties, on the phone 24/7 with distributors and selling the product, etc. is just not my thing.  Some people love this, not me.  I would much rather build a site and push massive traffic and sit back and rake in sales and signups, but that’s just me ;)

So What’s Better Than MLM Scams Or What Do I Need To Be Involved With?

In my opinion you need to be involved in a program or an opportunity that allows you to completely do it from your laptop, anywhere on the planet.  You also need to be able to leverage your time.  In other words put a small amount of work into a program and it pay you much more in return.  Once you learn how to market online, target keywords, drive traffic, attraction marketing, you will never ever have to call anyone on the phone again or make anyone feel ‘different’ about your because you prospected them on your business (yes I’m talking to you MLM’ers – you know it’s true).

If your looking for something Better, you won’t find anything better on the planet than Infinity Downline, it’s the most simple and lucrative opportunity for anyone to be successful.  Don’t fall for the MLM Scams and the ‘hype’ associated with.  They are not giving you the whole story.

If your ready I’m ready to help you,

James Matthews
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The Internet & Network Marketing Haters…

The Internet & Network Marketing Haters…

I shot a YouTube Video about one of the most peculiar aspects of human nature.  The types of people who would rather take shots at the successful instead of actually putting in hard work themselves.  I believe the popular term for these types of people are ‘haters’.  If you do Internet/Network Marketing on a large scale like myself, you will encounter these people on a daily basis.  If you don’t encounter ‘haters’ on a daily basis, then you just don’t have enough content out there yet online or just not working hard enough in your online marketing, here is the video (as I sit on the golf cart):

Why Do Internet & Network Marketing Haters Exist?

One of my very good friends by the name of Alan Cosens taught me very early in my Internet Marketing career, that if your not encountering negative and hateful people on a daily basis, then you are just not working hard enough or making a big enough difference.  I learned very quickly what Alan was referring to when I made up my mind to completely work from home and never have a J.O.B. again.

You have to understand that a large percentage of people in our society are frustrated, angry, and downright miserable that they have to show up a job everyday to make ends meet, and if they see anyone successful the first thing they yell is “SCAM”.  This is a very poor broken mindset but sadly it’s very prevalent in our society.  This is the same reason the tabloid, news, & TV industry makes millions of dollars, people love seeing successful people in scandals, or in any situation where they lose their success or ‘fall’ from whatever success they have.

It’s Sad but True.  I get countless emails from prospects and members who explain how their families and close friends were so critical and downright negative of them taking the chance on starting their own business or ‘thinking outside the box’.   The real reason however is that those same friends and family are actually quite fearful that you might actually make something out of yourself, and this consequently makes them look even more average, mediocre, complacent etc.

How Should You Handle Internet & Network Marketing Haters?

In my experience, I handle ‘hater’s the same way I handle ‘quitters’ in my business.  I get rid of them as fast as possible.  If I get a negative message from one of these people on YouTube, Facebook, etc. I will immediately block them from contacting me.  Believe me you don’t want these people in your life.  They will attempt to suck out every inch of optimism and enthusiasm out of you if they are in your business.  Get them out immediately if they are.  You will thank me later.  It’s the same as if you run a traditional company or a business, if you have negative, hateful, soul-sucking employees, you should FIRE them immediately.  You don’t want this type of environment for the rest of your team to deal with.  It’s the same in the home based business industry.

The single most important factor I’ve found in dealing with these types of Internet & Network Marketing Haters is this golden rule:

“The Best Revenge Is To Live Well”

To YOUR Success,

James Matthews
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Infinity Downline Scam

Infinity Downline Scam

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I’ve bet you’ve heard this many times:

Infinity Downline Scam

When someone says “Infinity Downline Scam“,

I believe it is important to look at the reasons as to why this is stated in the first place by individuals:

1.  They have tried a network marketing opportunity before and had little to no success.
2.  They have tried a network marketing opportunity and did not attempt to actively promote or work the program.
3.  There is an inherent mindset issue within most people that doesn’t allow them to believe that a program like this would work.

Also, most individuals have probably been involved with questionable businesses and most likely have been burned a time or two.  Unfortunately this is sometimes true in the network marketing industry, and is usually caused by suspicious individuals practicing underhanded business methods.

When this occurs, most people are very reluctant to get involved with a program such as Infinity Downline, even with the extremely low buy-in and almost guaranteed success.  Not to mention the ability to break completely even with just 1 referral!

Since we’ve looked at the topic of Infinity Downline being called a “scam” or “hoax” or whatever someone may negatively refer to the program as, I would like to give you my honest answer to the question:

infinity downline scam


1.  Infinity Downline is NOT a scam.

2.  Infinity Downline does EXACTLY what it says it does.

3.  Infinity Downline is the lowest cost, highest reward network marketing opportunity on the planet.

In 6 months with this company, I can assure you that Peter Wolfing (program creator) has created one of the most lucrative business opportunities out there, and has made it so incredibly easy for anyone, regardless of their marketing experience to succeed with the program, that there is NO way this could even be referred to as a “scam”!

Here are several reasons why Infinity Downline could NOT be a scam:

  • I have been paid on time, every single time from each of my signups
  • I have been paid by each of my payment processors with no problems whatsoever
  • I have continually built a downline from my signups and the reverse 2 up system works EXACTLY as stated
  • Most importantly and often overlooked part of this opportunity, the products themselves are of tremendous value!

Infinity Downline has been in business since March of 2009 and has approximately 200,000 members.  If this opportunity were a scam of any kind, there would not be this many people involved with the program.  I can also assure you that I would not be involved with any kind of suspicious program or business, as I pride myself in being involved with credible companies.

This business is “The Real Deal!”


To YOUR Success,

James Matthews
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