Miracle System Review – Legit Biz Op With No More Bills or Big Scam?
Welcome to my Miracle System Review!
Are you looking for an online business to join, but you just don’t know where to start?
With so many new companies popping up daily, it can be hard to determine which ones are legit and which ones aren’t.
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In this review, I will tell you everything you need to know about this company’s background, products, compensation plan, and cost to join, so you can the best choice for you and your money.
So, let’s get started.
Miracle System Review – The Company
The Miracle System website doesn’t provide any information about who owns or operates the company.
The Miracle System’s website domain was registered privately as “miraclesocialmediasystem.com” on the 27th of October, 2018.
A little more digging and I was able to find that the official Miracle Media Facebook group was created “about 3 months ago” by someone named Domonique Barbee
Barbee can also be seen throughout Miracle System’s marketing material.
Before Miracle System, Barbee promoted Fearless Momma and Click Funnels and the following:
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Miracle System Reviews – The Products
Miracle System does not have any retail products or services to offer.
After signing up, affiliates can market the Miracle System affiliate membership.
Miracle System affiliate membership includes a variety of digital marketing products and advertising credits.
Miracle System Compensation Plan
New affiliates who join Miracle System are required to donate funds to existing Miracle System affiliates across 17 tiers:
- Housing Bank – $100 a month
- Taxes Bank – $100 a month
- Car Expenses Bank – $100 a month
- Fun Bank – $100 a month
- Child Care Bank – $100 a month
- Clothing Bank – $100 a month
- Vacation Bank – $100 a month
- Health Insurance Bank – $100 a month
- Life Insurance Bank – $100 a month
- Entrepreneur Bank – $100 a month
- Personal Development Bank – $100 a month
- Contribution Bank – $100 a month
- Retirement Bank – $200 a month
- Holidays Bank – $25 a month
- Investment Bank – $100 a month
- Real Estate Bank – $100 a month
- Non-profit Bank – $100 a month
Although each tier is specifically named, donations that are collected can be put towards anything.
Miracle System tracks donations through a 1-up compensation model.
A 1-up compensation model has donations from a Miracle System affiliate’s first sponsor passed up to the affiliate who sponsored them.
From the second sponsored affiliate onward, the sponsoring affiliate keeps all donations.
Residual donation payments are accumulated when sponsored affiliates pass up their first sponsor.
This type of pass-up model hypothetically generates donation payments down never-ending levels of sponsorship.
Affiliates can only receive donations payments on tiers they have personally already donated into.
If a sponsored affiliate donates funds into a tier the affiliate who sponsored them hasn’t donated into, that donation payment is passed upline to the first affiliate who has donated into that tier.
The maximum potential donation payment per affiliate sponsored is $1725 a month.
This amount goes up based on sponsorship of new Miracle System affiliates (direct and residual pass-up donation payments).
Cost to Join Miracle System
The cost to join Miracle System as an affiliate is a minimum $100 donation payment.
Complete participation in Miracle System will cost $1725 a month, in addition to a $10 monthly admin fee.
Alright, so we’re at the end and now it’s time for a final verdict…
So is the Miracle System scam exist?
Well, personally I think it’s pretty cool, however, when it comes to the governments eyes, it’s not a legit business model.
In order to make this legit, they need to offer actual retail products or services which can be physical or digital.
There has to be retail sales incentives so it stays out of pyramid scheme territory.
Also, FTC doesn’t like pay to play anymore…
Because of that I personally can’t recommend it, however, if it was up to me I really don’t care as long as it works.
So verdict is, it’s a cool program, but the FTC won’t like it…
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