Trump Network

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Well, Mr. Trump has decided to throw his hat into the MLM ring… his whole hat this time with his own company, not just getting paid to attach his name to ACN.

Here’s what they say about their Comp Plan:

The Trump Network’s compensation plan is one of the most generous in the network marketing industry. It’s designed to reward personal dedication and hard work with long-term residual income and lucrative financial rewards.The compensation plan works for people who desire part-time income, an escalating full-time income or senior management-type awards and rewards.The compensation model offers a step-by-step system to success with automatic financial incentives to reward one’s personal efforts with promotions and pay raises as sales goals and objectives are achieved.Leadership bonuses offered in The Trump Network are the most lucrative of all. They reward team-building and mentoring with one of the highest payouts in the industry. Our concept of team-building means Together Everyone Achieves More! (TEAM)

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Here’s what I say about it… ugh.

I’m not a fan of the unilevel, and its rare to see a new company come out with a straight unilevel these days. Of course when they do, they have to have some kind of exciting gimmick to make things exciting. And theirs is… not something that would make sense to anyone except a top leader. They’d think its pretty good and generous – as long as they hit their significant monthly qualifications that is.

Its a unilevel, so you want to sponsor as many people as you can – you certainly don’t want to give away sponsorships when you’re only paid to a certain number of levels.

And you’re really not paid very deep until you go up significant ranks. Its actually 1 level deep at the beginning, then 2, then 3… and up to 6 (plus compression) on the higher levels.

So how do you advance ranks?
– Total volume in your team (start from 200-275,000 at the top)
– Total number of legs (start from 3-14 at the top)
– Number of legs at a certain rank (like Silver, Platinum, etc… as usual, they use our materials as ranks. ;) )

They seem to be very big on some creative uses of compression – which is normally used to get rid of dead spots in a matrix, but here its used to take all the money that won’t be paid to someone who doesn’t hit their personal volume commitment that month, or doesn’t make their qualifications… and instead of the company keeping it for themselves, they pay it to the next qualified upline person. So you’d better hit those qualifications!

They get most excited – spend a whole page on the example for it – on Diamond Compression. Basically the idea is that when your diamonds below you don’t hit their qualifications, then you earn extra bonuses on all their legs. By my mind, that’s a seriously double-edged sword. You want your people to grow… yet if they fall just short one month, you have a big part and celebrate all the extra commissions!

They also have a fast start bonus you can earn if you sign up with a fast start package, and then for each new fast start package sold within a few levels of you, you can get bonuses too. Not big ones – the main focus is the unilevel group volume commissions.

So what’s the verdict?

Remember – the longer you’re in business, the deeper your volume – but you’re only paid to 6 levels. With TONS of qualifications to even get that far – and make any serious % on that volume. This is an extremely competitive, cutthroat system where you want to personally sponsor everyone you can, and help them hit the ranks YOU need for higher bonus levels, but not go further – so that you can get paid their bonus potential.

But hey, The Apprentice is all about backstabbing and being hypercompetitive, so should we be surprised? The only surprise is to the ACN reps who see the Donald hyping a completely different comp plan.

And what Products? Nutrition. Personalized supplements, more weight loss, and “Mood infusion beverages” (sounds like alcohol to me….). Yay. But does that mean the Donald prefers the exploding Health and Wellness industry over the revolution in Telecommunications? Who knows, and who cares. :D