Exposed: Infinity 1-Ups
excerpted from Net Deceptions Exposed
The concept here is that you pay a one time fee. - let's use the hypothetical $37 - and part goes to the administrators (so they get paid every time) and most goes to another member.
On the plus side, there is generally a moderate to small, one-time payment (although that can surely change with the next big twist), but the products are often ebooks and standard ad blasters that few would pay the program price for anyway.
Here's how it works:
Your first sale goes to your sponsor.
After that all of your personal sales go to you.
Each of your reps' first sales goes to you.
And each of their first sales goes to you.
Etc. to "infinity".
This is a program that seemed straightforward enough to me until I really thought about it.
Most people sponsor 1 person or none at all in my experience. That means, most people lose their investment.
Getting paid to infinity sure seems wonderful, but consider this:
If few of your personally sponsored reps sponsors another rep (that's when you get money from efforts other than your own), then what are the odds that any of one of their reps sponsors a rep? SMALL.
So the odds that you'll get paid past your first level are already against you. And the odds you'll get paid on a second level? VERY SMALL.
The odds you'll get paid on a third level? Can you even see me?
Hardly seems like a payline to infinity, right? Finding reps yourself is hard enough. Finding reps who find reps who find reps who find reps…that's really unlikely and that's just 4 levels deep, a far cry from infinity!
So is this a fair business opportunity for average people? In my opinion -- only if the products are actually worth the initial investment.