To Whom It May Concern,
As I understand, Amway I thriving in South Africa at the moment. Therefore, I believe the following information will be of interest to many people...
Presumably you (or someone you know) joined Amway to make money. Yet by now you will probably realise that MLM can be exhausting and the rewards may not be permanent. You may even be wondering if MLM will really deliver for you (after reviewing your results and those of people around you - especially your downline).
Well let me assure you that MLM works and with smarter systems and a better marketing plan, you do not have to utilise exhausting ways of operating.
I am involved in a part time multilevel franchise that can generate AUD$100,000 per year for you within the next 12 to 24 months (its been done). However, to do that you only have to work about 10 to 15 hours per week and you do not have to go out at night.
Attractive elements include:
- The PV to dollar ratio is almost 1:1
- Promotions are determined by cumulative group volume (no dropping back to zero at the start of a month)
- Promotions are permanent (you never drop back once a level is achieved)
- A 20% level is achieved after only $8000 cumulative group volume with only $2000 side volume a month (and your first bonus level is 10%, achieved after a $150 purchase)
- The qualifying $2000 side volume reduces to $500 at higher levels
- 5% breakaway bonuses up to 5 levels deep (sometimes more), affinity bonuses up to 8% (to infinite depth), and up to 21% on your first level distributors
- 56 cents in the wholesale dollar is returned to distributors (including a car bonus).
I invite you to compare these particulars with your company. I encourage you to look critically at the figures.
Numerous people from other multilevel organisations, including some senior pin levels, have seen the advantages and now make very generous incomes in an easier and more enjoyable way.
Amway (or its associated regional companies) have been publicly listed. During that time, they were required to disclose, in their annual reports, the remuneration paid to its distributors. I understand that the last published figure for what Amway paid to its distributor force was about 26%. There is some ambiguity about this, but my research would indicate it to be about 26% (it may be a little more or a little less).
As you would know, Amway has a 'breakaway' marketing plan. Anyone with experience in MLM will tell you that there is relatively little money made in the pre-breakaway section of the plan (that is, up to 21%). The majority of income is made after you break-away 'directs'. Based on the figure of 26% mentioned above, after paying the 21% (pre-breakaway), only 5% is left.
Of that five percent, 4% goes to payment on your frontline qualifying direct (if you manage to reach the appropriate side-volume to qualify - and as you know - that is difficult in itself). Amway only pays the 4% bonus on one level of breakaways. Simple arithmetic shows therefore that this leaves only 1% to pay you for all the rest of your breakaway groups. These bonuses are various but it should be noted that very few distributors ever get paid these extra bonuses - usually only those at levels well above direct.
My company pays 56% to its distributors. After subtracting the 20% that is paid on the pre-breakaway section of the plan (the equivalent of your 21%), there is 36% left for paying you on your breakaway groups - which, as we know, is where the real money is made.
So, after paying 5% (my company pays 5%, not 4%, for breakaway groups) on the first level group, my company has 31% (compared with your 1%) to pay for the rest of the breakaway groups.
My company pays 5% up to 5 levels deep (more with "compression") plus it pays an affinity bonus up to an infinite number of levels in depth. Naturally you have to qualify appropriately for these. Moreover, in addition to the breakaway part of the marketing plan, my company has a Unilevel section to reward new distributors in the early stage. Not surprisingly, we have increased satisfaction and an excellent retention rate.
About 30% of distributors in my company go to the executive level (that is, the breakaway level). This amazingly high percentage is accomplished because of the cumulative volumes and the fact that you do not drop back to zero every new month. Please don't forget that you can be paid up to unlimited depth on these high numbers of breakaway executives (including to 5 levels with leadership bonuses, compression overrides, and an infinity bonus at senior levels). It might be worth asking how many actually reach and hold the breakaway level in your company - you might discover that as few as 0.5% (or less) of distributors go "direct" and hold that level.
I think you can clearly see the enormous difference between the two companies. If you would like more information about the differences and possibilities, please contact me. I will guarantee confidentiality and I sincerely feel that it would be worth your while.
You know better than most that sometimes, if you want to make a change in your life, then you need to make a change in your life. This could be the time.
If you are genuinely interested in really making $100,000 a year within a few years in return for 5 to 15 hours a week, I invite you to contact me for more information (confidentiality assured). Incidentally, you would be welcome to verify these dollar figures from freely available written records of payments.