Coffee Millionaire Review

Coffee Millionaire is a recruitment tool by Robert Dudley that is used to draw people into signing up for the Organo Gold multi level marketing scheme.

What does the product offer?

Organo Gold is a multi level marketing product that sells a number of products based around Ganoderma lucidum (a type of fungus), the spores of which are touted as being able to help you achieve a general sense of wellbeing etc. Organo Gold is a closed membership multi level marketing scheme however so Coffee Millionaire works to get you in as a representative.

How does the product work?

Robert Dudley has created Coffee Millionaire with a view to recruiting people to become Organo Gold marketers (which allows him in turn to make money through you signing up, your sales, commissions etc.). Once you are accepted there you can then start selling their various products as a marketer.

What is the initial investment?

When you sign up through Coffee Millionaire you will be expected to pay one of 4 fees, each of which provide you with the same access but different products. Robert Dudley offers a $1 trial however the costs involved are a minimum of $49.95 to get started with costs going all the way up to in excess of $1200 for a “business entry kit” and samples.

What is the rate of return?

As with most multi level marketing companies the payment structure for Organo Gold is rather convoluted. On basic retail sales however you can take up to 100% of your sales as commission.

Conclusion

If you are anxious to join Organo Gold then  Coffee Millionaire is worth a look but realistically this appears to be another multi level marketing scheme built on one of the many current must have health products. The products that you are selling on behalf of Organo Gold aren’t necessarily too badly priced and are in line with premium end of the market, but I am not certain where the appeal really lies in this. There may be some potential to make money in the US markets but if you are UK based you will probably struggle to get this kind of business off the ground.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts