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Compensation: Weak-Leg Binaryhttp://www.fusionexcel.com/income_plan.htmlhttp://www.fusionexcel4u.com/uploads/FU … N_PLAN.pdf
Business Development Bonus: This is their plan is essentially the Residual Income. In GWT, this is also known as our matching bonus. Anyhow, you can earn 20% of the PV in your team but there are some rules here, and things to watch out for. Firstly, this is a 50/50 binary plan which means that volume has to match and it comes in steps of 300PV. So if you had 300 PV on the left, and 300 PV on the right, you are paid 20% on the 300 PV even though you had 600PV in total. So really, this company is always paying you 20% on the weaker leg. So it doesn’t matter how big your big leg is, you only get 20% on the smaller leg and it has to be 300PV. “GAME-OVER” clause again on smaller leg plans.
Remark: This is a little sneaky for most people because they see 20% but they forget it’s 20% on the weaker leg. What that means, is that it’s really only 10% on both legs. What people need to realize is that this is actually worse than getting 10% on both legs of volume like in GWT. Also, don’t forget that in GWT you get 10% on both legs and it can also be a 1/3-2/3 split. Let’s take an example where you had 3000 PV on your left leg, and 6000 on your right leg. In Fusion Excel, you would only get paid 20% of 3000PV which is $600 USD. In GWT, because it’s a 1/3-2/3 split, you would take the 3000 PV + 6000 PV to make 9000 PV and get paid 10% of that which is $900. This is why it’s important to get paid on both lega nd having that 1/3-2/3 or 2/3-1/3 and anything in between option.
PV to dollars: This is a very very very important ratio to look at because most people get fooled on this. The reality in GWT is that we say $3000 can pay you $300 which is dollar to dollar… which is a true 8%. In Fusion Excel, 9 pendants which costs $845 CAD, is equivalent to 300 PV. In other words, 1 PV is equivalent to $2.82 (845/300). In GWT, 1 PV is equivalent is $1.25 dollars. What you want is to have the PV as close to the dollar as possible. So back to Fusion Excel, a total of 600 PV (300 PV on each leg) will pay you $60 USD. What you need to look at is how much is 600 PV equivalent too. 600 PV * $2.82 is $1692USD. So in Fusion Excel, a total of $1692 USD will pay you $60. So the payout per cycle is not 20%, it’s actually 3.5%!!!!! This is based on the initial package you buy.
After you buy the initial package, there is a monthly requirement of $67 USD which is equivalent to 50 PV. So 1 PV is then $1.34USD. Still, in GWT, 1 PV is $1.25 USD. So if you had the 600 PV that’s 600 PV * 1.34 = $804 which will pay you $60. So the payout here is 7.5%, still less than 8%.
Flushing: This company has flushing… enough said. GWT doesn’t have flushing at all. They flush daily if you have over 3,000PV. So in GWT, Reza had a carry over of 8 million dollars. in Fusion excel, you can only carry over 3000 PV at most.
Maintenance: In Fusion Excel, you have to pay a monthly maintenace of $67 per account. So if you had the 3 business accounts, you are paying $67 x 3 = $201 /month. In GWT, you pay $150 for the platinum package for all 3 business centers.
They have these other leadership bonuses and presidential bonuses which again, most people don’t get. In GWT, whether you are brand new or been in the company for many years making a lot of money, everyone gets the same bonuses which is more fair to me.
Products: This company sells pendants .
Remark: That’s it!?!?! Anyhow, there is no comparison here at all. GWT has a VAST product line in diamonds, gold and silver. The compensation plan can’t compare at all.