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GDI downline club


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scamsting
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Is anyone here a member of GDI ? I was interested in the program because they offer .ws domains and charge $10/month for hosting , but I have also read they have a downline club like other MLMMultilevel Marketing is selling products by using independent distributors and allowing these distributors to build and manage their own sales force by recruiting, motivating, supplying, and training others to sell products. The distributors' compensation includes their own sales and a percentage of the sales of their sales group (downline). companies and that many people have been promised spill over downlines during the trial period by their uplines but never given any though they had to pay at the end of the trial period. I am not interested in the mlm part of it and only want to know if they are honest as a company.

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mymals
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I have never heard anything about this company. It does not seem to be on the email list I get from another place that emails you when a new place is found out to be fraudulent.

Gotten
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Joined: 12/03/2007

I don't think so Chillrob, apart of their reward is to get persons to join under them, so they will always benefit from your efforts. It's important then that you recruit persons who you know will do a good job.

chillrob
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Joined: 10/22/2008

I have wondered this myself. The ones I have joined in the past sure looked like never ending pyramids. It looked like at least 5 or 6 people were going to get a paycheck just because I joined and payed the enrollment fees. How do you finally break away from that upline and make money without paying them a cut? Even if I do get from under them, do I get more money once I am away from them?

cantWin
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Anyone ever figure out what makes these MLMMultilevel Marketing is selling products by using independent distributors and allowing these distributors to build and manage their own sales force by recruiting, motivating, supplying, and training others to sell products. The distributors' compensation includes their own sales and a percentage of the sales of their sales group (downline). setups legal? Why are they legal and not considered pyramid schemes? Everyone I know who has joined is still at the bottom of the pyramid. Well, they are still under the people who brought them into the business and it appears they will never get to the point they make more than the person who brought them in.

fergie
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All these MLMMultilevel Marketing is selling products by using independent distributors and allowing these distributors to build and manage their own sales force by recruiting, motivating, supplying, and training others to sell products. The distributors' compensation includes their own sales and a percentage of the sales of their sales group (downline). setups are only good if you get in before the market for that MLM reaches its peak. Take Amway, QuickStar (sp?), etc for example ... their peaks have come and gone. Anyone getting into these MLM campaigns now is really wasting time and energy. Go find the next latest and greatest MLM and join it. You need to always look for the freshest MLM out there or you will be sorely disappointed that no one is in your downline. You will be mad because no one comes to your meetings. You will feel sad because your friends and family are avoiding you like the plague! Get a fresh one that no one has heard of and you can actually practice the corny techniques taught in the MLM meetings and you will see them work!

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