National Wealth Center? – Scam or Legit Opportunity.
If you are wondering 'What is the National Wealth Center' – it is a reincarnation of another big fat scam called Infinity Downline. No one expects oranges from a thorny tree. Infinity Downline scam is a well documented failed pyramid scheme.
Everything is the same including the business model and the compensation plan. Pass two affiliates up to your sponsor in the hope that other people will join you and pass up their recruits to you.
It is an example of a cash gifting pyramid scheme. You buy 'levels' that you can in turn sell to others. Those who will have purchased the 'levels' from you will do the same to other succors down the line and so forth.
There is no tangible product, that you will be selling except for positions.
National Wealth Center Pyramid Scheme.
Recruitment of new members is the name of the game. You must fully pay for a membership level before you can sell it to others. If you recruit anyone who later purchases a position which is higher than yours, then your commission will be forfeited. In other words it will be paid to the one who sucked you into the pyramid.
Before you can make money with National Wealth Center Scam, you must donate two of your 'paying members' that you will have recruited to feed your sponsor. Your sponsor is the person who introduced you to the scam.
Paying members means affiliates that are religiously paying for their levels without fail, irregardless of their financial situation. If they don't pay up, your master or sponsor the National Wealth System will automatically reassign members of your downline to your sponsor.
You can't get paid before your master is paid and satisfied. If you no longer have any active or paying affiliates below you then you will realize that you have been scammed as you will have to singly foot the bill.
How to Make Money With NWC.
Promote it by any means to unsuspecting people. Bring them to NWC back office to listen to webinars or get relentless calls from the 24/7 support.
National Wealth Center Products.
Legitimate programs are driven by the sales of products and services, not by recruitment of new people. – Source Mlmlaw.com
National Wealth Center offers discounts, low value, and Master Resale Rights content to provide the cover for a cash gifting pyramid scheme.
Admin Fee ($9.95) Monthly * REQUIRED
Self Development ($25 Level) Monthly
Business Development ($50 Level) Monthly
Wealth Advantage ($100 Level) Monthly
Fitness Advantage Package ($250 Level) One Time
Wealth Advantage Elite ($1000 Level) One Time
Network Marketing Elite ($3500 Level) One Time
NWC Vault ($7500 Level) One Time – unlimited access to rehashed and at times out dated information on various way to make money.
There is always a 10% admin fee for one time purchases.
So how do you know if your affiliate purchased up-sells which you were not paid a commission on. That is exactly how WWC scams its own members.
National Wealth Center Compensation Plan.
NWC Income Disclosure.
Any member can claim to be a National Wealth Centre success story making thousands of dollars.
NWC Refund policy.
Sorry, it's a bottomless pit. If you hit that pay button…. your money is gone. If you know how you can get your refund from NWC please help others get theirs in the commentary box below.
National Wealth Center Scam Conclusion.
With the National Wealth Center scam your income relies on the ability of people to recruit others. You only get your money if the people you recruited (and their “pass ups”) are paying their monthly membership fee. They only get their money if the people they recruited are paying their monthly fee.
If the people 4 levels down aren’t able to recruit anyone, they’re soon going to stop paying their monthly fee (why pay $25 a month for nothing?). Once that happens, the people 3 levels down will stop getting income, and then will stop paying their monthly fee, which means the people 2 levels down will stop getting income, and so on.
That’s why it’s a pyramid scheme — without the lower levels paying their dues, the upper levels eventually have little or no income. The National Wealth Center is a pyramid scheme that uses discounts, low value, and Master Resale Rights content to provide cover.
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