Does National Wealth Center Work?
Apparently a lot of people seek direction for their lives by consulting sources they find on the internet. That's the only way to explain the proliferation of personal development resources available today…from blogs to online life coaches to digital libraries full of audio and video files for endless watching and learning…how to find your energy, get motivated, start a business, run a business, invest your money, and a whole lot more.
That's what National Wealth Center does…they offer such products and they offer them to the very people they rely on to market and sell them. That of course is a common network marketing structure, but let's find out if NWC's is a likely prospect or not, insofar as earning income goes.
National Wealth Center is backed by Multiplex Systems Inc, which is really Peter Wolfing. According to his own website, Peter Wolfing has been around for 16 years creating lead-generating software for MLM companies. He markets things like phone broadcasting systems and other automation tools for online network marketers.
Proud of the fact that he's debt-free (and incorporated!) and of his A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, Mr. Wolf is now using those key points to leverage his new endeavor.
In fact, you'll notice, if you take a look at the PeterWolfing website where he describes MSI, the exact words have been lifted and used for the new National Wealth Center website. Way to save money …reuse, recycle!
Speaking of recycling, National Wealth Center used to be Infinity 100. It also used to be Infinity Downline (ID). They've since been recycled to form NWC. And boy oh boy did ID need to be recycled...just take a look. Network marketing has come a long way in five years!
On one level, National Wealth center is an audio and video membership club. The product is a digital library which, when access is purchased, offers thousands of files in the following topics:
- Self Development (cost: $25 per month)
- Business Development (cost: $50 per month)
- Wealth Development (cost: $100 per month)
Once purchased, these memberships also present an income-generating opportunity.
Then, there are stand-alone products (on-demand videos) with a one-time price. Think of a mini Netflix for self-improvement. Prices are as follows:
- Fitness Advantage $250
- Wealth Advantage Elite $1,000
- Network Marketing Elite $3,500
- The Vault $7,500
Now, you may be wondering what on-demand video costs $7,500. For that price you could make your own budget film with actors and everything. Apparently it's a compilation of Peter Wolf's last 20 years of experience on topics ranging from finance to health.
Of course on another level, the products are designed to aid the success of the very people selling them. That's where the National Wealth Center compensation plan comes in.
The most important thing to know about National Wealth Center's compensation plan is that they offer 100% commissions. Sell a $25 membership and make $25. Sell the $7,500 Vault and it's all yours, every penny.
The catch of course is that you have to buy the product before you can sell it.
It's $25 per month to enter the National Wealth Center money-making system, and you have the possibility of making that sum back with your first sale. Join at any level but keep in mind you can only earn income from that level or lower. In other words, you gotta buy it to sell it!
That means you're either in for $25 per month or the cheapest stand-alone product: $250.
NWC offers support in the way of lead capture pages, banners, and more. There are training videos, monthly conference calls, webinars, and email support.
To become an affiliate, you pay $9.95 per month administrative fee, which you could call an affiliate fee if you prefer.
Pass-up commissions exist, but you must refer four new members before you qualify for these.
A digital library is wonderful and people really do improve their lives using such products. However, the price of membership (starting at $25 per month) is incredibly steep. The prices of the stand-alone digital products also seem way out of sync with what's described as being offered.
The 100% commission is simply wonderful, but at prices like those, it'll be a miracle if NWC members can hook anyone into joining.