Mannatech

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Apparently, they’ve changed their compensation plan since 2005 … most likely because people weren’t making ANY money whatsoever.

Summary

Mannatech has 18 ways to make money. What’s important to know is that 15 of those ways are just bonuses which most people don’t get. We think what they may have changed is the upfront money when you sponsor someone. There are different sign-up bonuses depending on the package being sold and the highest sign-up bonus is on a package that is least likely bought.

      GWT Comparison

 

    GWT’s Wholesale Profits pays out more than those up front bonuses that Mannatech has.

Mannatech is basically a unilevel plan that pays down to 5 levels, 2% on the first two levels, 4% on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th levels. If you’re lucky and able to make Regional Director, you then get 6% on the 6th level – most of the money people don’t make it. Again, with unilevel plans, you aren’t building deep so it’s easy for your team to die out.

      GWT Comparison

 

    With GWT, binary has always been the best because you just build 2 legs and you build it deep. Cathryn, who has experience and success with unilevel plans, shared many stories of people who lose their ranks and have to re-build it all over again.

The main focus of Mannatech is building your team in a certain structure to get you to advance ranks, to achieve those bonuses mentioned before that most people don’t get. In a unilevel plan, eventually, you lose incentive or reasons to continue supporting and building certain legs. With the Mannatech plan, you’re constantly needing and trying to build or re-build the weaker ones instead of supporting all of your teams, including your strong legs.

We would have done a nicer comp plan breakdown but it’s just so LONG that for the average individual, complicated to the point where they’re not interested in the business!

Binary is better than unilevel.