If you’re looking at Numis Network, the silver and gold network marketing company, then you are in the right place. My Numis Network review should help with your decision on whether or not it’s worth your time and effort long term, and you may even agree with some of the key points I’m going to share.
First let me start by saying I believe Numis is a solid program with good leadership and experienced owners. If you’re a die hard coin collector then this may be a good fit for you, but if not then consider my points below in making your decision to join or not.
1. The Numis Network Product Always Has Value While Others Will Not?
One of the “benefits” the Numis Network leaders talk about is how their product will always have value, and most other products will not. I agree that silver and gold coins will always have value, yes it may go up or down over the years, but they will always be worth something, no disagreement there. But where I do disagree is that most or all other products will NOT have value.
Let’s take a nutritional supplement for example. Well of course after consuming the product you probably couldn’t resell the empty bottle, but to say that it doesn’t have lasting value just simply isn’t true. It’s proven that our bodies need essential nutrients to survive, and supplementing with a good nutritional product can have lasting value for years and years to come. Possibly saving you hundreds if not thousands in medical bills, agree?
Your lasting health, what is more valuable than that? This is why I disagree with that “marketing” comparison. I call it a marketing comparison because it’s used to “sell” you on the program, but you can’t deny the fact that a “good” nutritional supplement doesn’t have lasting value.
2. Up Front Cost To Fund Fast Starts?
So the Silver coin of the month costs around $110, I guess the Forever Crystal could be worth $100, and the display case maybe $40. (Probably $20 for the case, but let’s say $40. So you have a total value of $250 for the actual product you’ll receive, BUT the cost to join is $495?
Where does the extra $245 go? Yes, it goes to pay those coded bonuses.
This is just my opinion of course, but with over 10 years of full time experience in network marketing I’ve never been a fan of inflated up front costs to pay commissions.
If I’m going to ask someone to spend $500, I want them to at least get $500 in value on their door step when the product kit arrives, not half because the other half went to pay commissions.
If you’re a seasoned networker, I know what you’re thinking. Don’t ALL MLM companies pay about “half” there product cost in commissions? Well yes they certainly do, good ones anyway. But here you have half the $250 value already dedicated to commissions, AND then the other $245 of no value whatsoever also just there to pay those coded bonuses that are so heavily marketed.
Again, just my opinion, you decide for yourself if Numis Network is right for you.
3. Ray Higdon Says Most Money Per Rep?
I really love debating the facts, I think it’s fun… Ok first let me say that I have met Ray Higdon, super cool guy and definitely an awesome trainer and leader in our industry. Absolutely nothing negative to report on this dude, but in one of his videos he makes the statement that a magazine says he may have “highest income per rep” than any other networker in the industry. Then he says he has around 2400 – 2500 active reps on auto-ship.
Ok, with my 10+ years of experience in network marketing here’s what that tells me.
A. Yes that’s pretty kick ass that he makes that kind of money with so few reps.. BUT, it also says that with the MASSIVE amounts of traffic he generates through his blog, it must be tough to get sign ups in Numis Network, I mean, I’m legally blind, and not nearly as good a speaker as Ray, but I’ve built teams into the 10,000 range. I think this says Numis is a tough sell.
B. Back when David Wood was hammering Numis he said he had personally enrolled over 400 reps. Again this guy is a master blogger, has MASSIVE traffic which produced these numbers, and he was/is in Ray’s downline. Now I’m sure there were other leaders as well, but with Ray’s carisma, Dave’s massive recruting, and now only 2400 – 2500 reps, what does that tell me? A LOT of attrition.
In conclusion I still say Numis Network is a solid program, but is it really right for you? There’s a reason there are over 4,000 nutritional companies in MLM and only 1 or 2 silver and gold companies. My suggestion is, if you’re a die hard coin collector, then maybe Numis Network is right for you, but if not, then aligning yourself with a company that has a wider range of interested prospects is probably a smarter choice.
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