June 9, 2009 6:12pm CST
Why do people join matrix systems? Has anyone ever had any successes with these? I just don't think I could convince 7 or even 2 people to join and if I did would they actually work on their referrals and would those people work on their referrals just seems like a dead end some where. I see them all over the place saying you can make millions. It's hard enough to get people to sign up for free programs I KNOW they can make money at.
10 Jun 09
Seem like its nature is similar to MLM. I am agreed with you, i also don't think myself can convince 2 people to join if i am part of the system. For this kind of system, the top line will only make a lot of money, then the bottom of the pyramid will suffer the most. I just believe on those program whose the product is close to us and necessary to us. Thanks for sharing.
• United States
10 Jun 09
Pardon my ignorance on this subject, but are the matrix systems the same thing as MLM programs? I think people who join programs that require you to create downlines are guillable. At least this is my opinion after I tried one in the past and had absolutely no positive results. The only results I had was the loss of $180, even after I busted my rear to try to convince others to join. After that horrible experience, I strongly believe that anything you pay money for in order to make money is a scam. Unless of course it is starting a business.
19 Jun 09
In my eyes ... the matrix guys run after "silly money" and/or the last savings of desperate people and sell them some software trash in an MLM or affiliate marketing system. Honest MLM needs high quality products with a steady demand such as food supplements, cleaning stuff or financial products (e.g. insurances). From matrix money only the founders will benefit for a short period of time; this means, they are scammers and damage the reputation of MLM.
• United States
9 Jun 09
Matrixes in theory, on paper look real good, but then so does communism! I had a close friend try to get me into the ReGenesis matrix recently. I listened to the conference call and 45 minutes was trying to explain why this or that didn't work and they were behind in filling the matrix etc. I passed on that and saved myself $325 dollars too. A lot of these going around today are just money transfer games using cash or money orders. Not a good thing as a legit company using a matrix system will use a know payment processor like paypal or alert pay. I am in one that has given me "spillover", mainly because I'm under the number one guy in the company....with his help I was the number one sponsor last week in the company. So alot of my downline are seeing their matrixes being filled. I wrote about it on my money blog if you want to know more. http://www.moneycomestoday.org To your Success! Bill Shaw skype: moneycomestoday twitter: moneycomestoday moneyblog: http://freerotator.com/tk/?i=5815