Product Name: Infinity Downline
Product Owner: Peter Wolfing
Type Of Work: Cash Gifting
Advertised Price: $25 to get started
Overall Ranking: 1/10 Stars
Product Overview & A Brief Description
I have got a few requests from my loyal visitors of this site for me to review Infinity Downline and give my honest opinion of the program.
Infinity Downline or ID for short is basically another program that promises 100% commissions and is set up like an MLM/ pyramid scheme.
Surprisingly enough, they have been around since 2009 which seems really odd to me due to the nature of their business and how you earn money.
In 2014, the company was relaunched and they’re now doing business under the name of National Wealth Center. Why did they have to relaunch under a new name you might ask?
The real reason is left to be seen, but as I was doing my research the only thing I was able to dig up about this was that it’s due to their growth and to offer better support, better products, and much more features.
I call BS on this one and it sounds like they’re just trying to cover something up.
The main focus of this business is centered around recruiting other people into the program and receiving direct payments from the people who join through your referral link.
If you aren’t comfortable recruiting other people then I really don’t think this program will be a good fit for you.
These types of programs seem to be popping up all over the internet, and if you’ve seen one then you’ve likely seen them all.
In this review, I aim to give you guys an inside look at this program and show you everything it has to offer before you decide if this is something that could benefit you before investing any of your hard earned money into it.
Let’s take a closer look inside and see what ID is all about. Are you guys ready?
What Exactly Is Infinity Downline & What Will You Be Doing Once You Join?
Like I said earlier, this whole program is centered around recruiting other people and this is the primary way that you’ll be making money.
Once you join you’ll be required to join a level and pay the required fee before you’ll be able to make money or get started with this program.
I will go over the pricing in full detail here in a few minutes and show you guys how much money you’ll need to invest if you want to have a chance to earn any money with this system.
Here’s How It Works
They claim that all you need to make massive amounts of money with this system is 4 people. Everyone knows at least 4 people right?
Once you get 4 people to join, your 2nd and 4th sale go up to the person who referred you and you get to keep your 1st and 3rd sales.
In order to become qualified to receive commissions on all levels, you need to refer 4 people into their system.
These 4 people will need to remain active (Continue paying each month) if you want to remain qualified and continue to get paid.
Guess what happens if any of these people drop out?
If you answered that you’ll need to find more people to replace them then you’re correct.
Who Is This Product Intended For?
If you’re the type of person looking for a get rich quick scheme and don’t mind taking risks, then this program would be perfect for you.
However, If you don’t have much money and you can’t afford to risk losing your hard earned money to another MLM pyramid scheme, then you should steer clear of this program.
Don’t fall for their hyped up claims that all you need to do is invest $25 and you can make huge amounts of cash overnight because this simply won’t happen.
How Do You Make Money With This System?
Their entire business model is based on the “bring 4 people In” system. Like I said a few minutes ago, in order to earn commissions and remain qualified within their system you’ll need to recruit and maintain 4 people under you.
If you have joined similar programs like this one, in the past, then this one is NO different.
There Are 3 Levels You Can Get Paid From Referring Other People Into Their System:
Self Development at $25/month
Business Development at $50/month
Wealth Development at $100/month
They claim that you’ll make 100% commission from every sale that you make and get paid directly from your sponsor. As I was doing my research I found this to be a lie and I’ll explain below.
Let’s say you bring 4 people in and you pass up your 2nd and 4th sale to your sponsor. If you have to pass up your 2nd and 4th sale then you would only be making a 50% commission, not 100% like they claim.
Also, when you make payments to your sponsor they’ll be going through National Wealth Center and you’ll be charged a 20% processing fee meaning you’re only making an 80% commission.
There are also some high ticket products that you can purchase and make commissions from as well and these are 1-time purchases. I’ll go more into detail about these “products” (If you want to call them that) here in a few minutes.
Pros Vs Cons
- Accepts PayPal
- Can make you some money if you’re cool with recruiting people into an MLM Scheme
- Hyped up sales video (Even Internet dummies can make huge amounts of cash)
- Has been classified as cash gifting which is illegal in all 50 states
- Very Risky
- There are NO REAL “tangible” products
- Screams Pyramid Scheme from the minute you land on their sales page
- Offers no refunds
The Costs Associated With Infinity Downline
There are 3 membership levels that you can come in at along with 4 one time product levels that you can purchase. In order to acquire the resell rights to sell these so called ”
In order to acquire the resell rights to sell these so called “product packages” to other people, you’ll need to purchase them yourself before you can earn commissions from them.
Take a look at how much this will end up costing you below:
The only info I was able to gather about these products is the screenshot that you see above and a short 2 sentence description which I found to be really vague.
I’m not sure about you guys, but If I’m going to spend upwards of anywhere from $250-$7500 I want to know exactly what I’m getting and if it’s worth the money or not before I buy it.
Would you spend your hard earned money on something that only shows a low quality screenshot and provides you with a vague 2 sentence description?
What if I told you there were no refunds? I would hope your answer would be NO.
If I had to take a guess about the first product I would say this could possibly be a membership to a gym or something but I highly doubt it.
The second package looks like it could have something to do with real estate, but then again you won’t know until you buy it.
To be honest with you, this is like buying a mystery box. You won’t know what you’re getting till you open it.
Could you imagine trying to sell one of these products to your friends or better yet trying to get one of your family members to buy it?
What if you told them that there were NO REFUNDS? Good luck with that!
Are There Any Other Costs Besides What I Listed Above?
With just about every MLM 2 UP product that I’ve reviewed there has always been some kind of an administration fee associated with it and Infinity Downline is no different.
Aside from the fees that I listed above, you’ll also need to pay an admin fee which they refer to as a benefits package.
I’ll go over this in detail below:
Once again there is little to no explanation as to what these benefits are, however, I was about to find some info about the National Savings Center.
This is pretty much an app that you can download to either your android or apple device that can save you money from places that you already shop like Macys and many restaurants.
Would I Consider Infinity Downline To Be Another MLM Scheme?
Based on the facts that I’ve uncovered in this review I think it’s pretty obvious about how I feel about ID. I usually try and see the good in every program I review and give everyone the benefit of the doubt.
However, I just can’t stand programs like this that are basically designed for only one reason and that’s to take your money and leave you with nothing.
Can you really make money with it?
Sure, you probably could make some money by trying to get your friends or family sucked into it. Before you do, though, you should think about what you’re doing first.
Do you really want to get your friends or family involved in a pyramid scheme and risk them losing thousands of dollars just so you can make a profit off of them?
If you’re looking for ways to make money online there are much better ways to do this that doesn’t require you to recruit people into an MLM scheme in order to get paid.
One of the most effective and the most lucrative ways to do this is affiliate marketing.
This involves selling other people’s products and making a commission every time someone buys something that you recommended.
You can sign up to be an affiliate for big name companies like Amazon and Walmart and get paid for simply recommending some of your favorite products that you already use.
One of the things I like the most about affiliate marketing is that people come to you and they’re already looking to buy. The only thing you need to do is provide them with the information they’re looking for and point them in the right direction.
Everything else is already taken care of for you by the merchant and there is NO recruiting involved. If this sounds interesting to you then I would highly recommend you check out Wealthy Affiliate.
There is step by step lessons that walk you through all of this and they even have a starter package where you can get started for FREE.
Have you been a victim of Infinity Downline and would you like to share your experience with other people?
I would love to hear about it and I’m sure other people would as well. Has your friends or family got you sucked into this MLM scheme?
Feel free to share your experience below! Also, if you have any questions, comments, or feedback I would love to hear them below as well.