Get7Up Review – Legit Business or Just Another Scam? Find Out…
Welcome to my Get7Up Review!
Whether you have been involved in MLMs for years or this is your first time coming across them, you are most likely here because you want to learn how to determine which ones are legit and which ones aren’t.
The best thing you can do to ensure that your hard-earned money is safe is to properly research any company you are thinking of joining.
My review will give you all the information you need about the company, the products and the compensation plan.
So keep reading for a complete review on Get7Up!
Get7Up Review – The Company
A quick look at the Get7Up Terms and Conditions reveals that James Manning of 4dollar7up Sites is listed under “company information”.
There is also a residential address in Alabama provided on the site.
More internet research found that James Manning claims to have
more than 10 years of internet marketing experience with advertising sites, downline builders, list-builders and traffic exchanges.
Earlier in the year, Manning launched two sponsorship companies called Emerald City Ads and Highway Mails, both of which have since collapsed.
Manning was also promoting Leased Ad Space in May of this year.
Get7Up Reviews – The Products
Get7Up does not offer any retail products or services to its affiliates or potential retail customers.
Affiliates who join Get7Up can only market the affiliate membership.
An affiliate membership also offers access to advertising services, which affiliates can utilize to display advertising to other Get7Up affiliates.
The Get7Up Compensation Plan
Get7Up affiliates earn commissions through a 1-up compensation structure when they sponsor new affiliates.
Once an affiliate signs up for $10, they must then sponsor other affiliates who also sign up and invest.
The 1st affiliate they sponsor earns them a $7 commission, which is then “passed up” to the affiliate who sponsored them (first upline).
From the 2nd sponsored affiliate and on, a $7 commission is paid out.
Following this, every 2nd sponsored affiliate onward are also required to “pass up” their first sponsored affiliate (and the $7 commission).
This pattern continues on, with every newly sponsored affiliate earning a $7 commission for an existing Get7Up affiliate.
Cost To Join Get7Up
The cost to join Get7Up as an affiliate is $10.
Verdict on Get7Up
With no real products or services to offer and 100% of its commissions depending solely on recruiting new affiliates, this company presents a massive red flag…
The only thing happening here is affiliates are paying real money to join a compensation plan that simply cycles money up to pay existing affiliates who are expecting an ROI…
But when recruitment numbers slow down, which is almost always does…
New investment will disappear and affiliates will no longer earn consistent commissions…
Affiliates will lose out on their investment and the company will collapse…
So, if you are considering this company, join at your own risk…
I hope you enjoyed my Get7Up review and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…
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