Ok… It’s time for an honest, uncut MPB today Review from Mr. Paul Hutchings… Ha ha.. love talking about myself in the 3rd person. lol.
So here’s the thing… MPB Today has literally SWEPT the nation. I’ve had several friends jump into this thing… I’ve had potential business partners choose MPB over my current opportunity….I’ve even had members of my down line join MPB today.
So what’s the deal?
Why haven’t I gotten all flustered and jumped on board the launchpad of the next big wave?
And if you are seriously looking at making money from home… I mean real, solid… LONG TERM money… I highly advise you to consider the points I’m about to make in this MPB Today review.
#1) NO CUSTOMER BASE
What do you get when you drop your $200 bucks to get into this company?
You get a certificate redeemable for $200 worth of mail order groceries. It’s for this reason that MPB reps are shouting from the mountain tops that this is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
I mean.. c’mon… $200 buy in… for $200 groceries in return. Even I’ll admit – That’s a NO Brainer.
But WAIT…. not so fast my fine feathered financial freedom seeking friend. Did they tell you that in order to redeem your certificate you have to pay for the shipping on the groceries?
Last time I checked it was going to run me about $80 to get my groceries to Idaho where I live.
So here’s the thing… If was to walk over to my neighbors house and say “Leo (yes that’s his real name)… Hey Leo! I’ve hit the jackpot man! I know where we can get $200 worth of groceries for ONLY $280! It’s amazing!”
What’s Leo going to tell me? He’s gonna say.. “Paul… get outta my house! You’ve lost it”.
There you have it my friend… MPB Today has NO customer base. I’ve made this point to countless reps and they always reply… “but Paul… If you cycle (get 6 into your matrix).. you don’t have to pay for the shipping on the groceries”.
And yes.. that’s true but WHAT ABOUT ALL THE PEOPLE THAT WON’T CYCLE?
They get left holding the bag.
The bag of overpriced groceries that is. 🙂
For me to feel good about an opportunity… there has to be REAL value provided in exchange for the money I’m collecting from the people I do business with.
Pyramid schemes (getting money with no value) are great for the guy/gal that fills out the pyramid but what about the people that get suckered into dumping their money into the scheme and are unable to fill out the pyramid?
Network marketing is a legitimate business model BECAUSE (in theory) we are supposed to provide value in exchange for the money. If you have a marketable product that helps people, NO ONE LOSES in network marketing even if some are unable to build a business.
Ok.. 1 more reason I haven’t jumped on MPB.
#2) I DON’T WANT TO BE A SALESMAN
MPB has a 1 time buy in. That’s great and it appeals to a lot of people. In fact, that’s one of the points that proponents of these 2 X 2 follow me matrix plans tout from the pulpit.
How do I know?
Because I was involved in the original 2 x 2 follow me matrix. It was great for a while… I made great money… but you know what happened?
When I stopped recruiting…. the money stopped coming in.
Compare that to a network marketing organization that I built last year. I haven’t touched that business for 9 months and guess what?
I get a size-able check every single month.
If you want to be in sales all your life… go ahead and jump into something that pays out on a 1 time investment.
If you want financial FREEDOM for your family… you need to be involved in an enterprise that commands long term loyalty and commitment from your team. Something that will allow them to feel like they are building something for the future.
It’s in this way that you can build a strong team of loyal business partners that can all work together to achieve AMAZING, Life changing FREEDOM!
To conclude this MPB today review let me just say that it’s NOT a scam. It’s a real company that delivers some value for the investment. They also pay commissions when you do the work required of you.
It has MASS appeal and LOTS of people are jumping on board.
Whether or not it’s for you will depend on your values and your long term goals. Hopefully this article has given you some valid points in helping you make that crucial decision.