Mlm Pay Plans Review Articles/Videos

I wanted everyone to know that all five parts of the Mlm Pay Plans Review series of articles and videos is now complete and can be accessed from the following web links:
The 4 basic Mlm Pay Plans structures and links to each article/video include:

UniLevel Plan
Stair-Step Breakaway Plan
Forced Matrix Plan
Binary Plan

Mlm compensation Plan Basics

This is perfect for people new to the industry thinking about any of the various mlm opportunities and MLM Pay Plans out there. It is also a third party resource for you to send prospects to and share valuable content with them, or for developing your own knowldedge and expertise on the subject.

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  1. How do I contact you Dave Schleuter? (Maryla Webb 334-318-3041 cell;  It appears that most of your material on here is free! I am at work. Don’t have time to take advantage of it all now. I am part of a brand new enterprise, The founder has spent quite a bit of money developing the programming to support a 5×9 forced matrix compensation plan. I used to think it was great; but the more I studied it, I realized that (unless someone dies or quits), wherever they fall in the matrix is where they stay, and their income is fixed there. What is that? We simply can’t pay below 9 levels without going into the red. It appears to be a true pyramid. I like the plans where everyone can feel, no matter when they come into an opportunity, that they have an EQUAL opportunity to make as much as the next guy. This simply does not appear to be true with a matrix. I DON’T SEE ANYONE TALKING ABOUT THIS? AM I WRONG? AM I THE ONLY ONE TO REALIZE IT? I am really perplexed. WHO are the several major companies with forced matrix plans who have been around for more than 15 years. Their must not pay to 9 levels deep. They must  have a way of compensating for the drawback I just described. Can you help me?

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