Direct Pay System Review

Direct Pay System is a combination of a subscription based marketing platform and a multi level marketing product created by No Competition Marketing.

What does the product offer?

There are two key aspects to Direct Pay System and really each must be examined individually as this isn’t a system that is naturally inclined towards synergy. The core product that Direct Pay System sells is a number of different marketing products which No Competition Marketing say are “high value products and services designed to help entrepreneurs become successful” which is a very elaborate way of referring to a number of internet marketing tools. Depending on what tier of access you pay for depends on how much you get access to. The tiers of membership run from Lite to “Warrior Elite” with the basic option providing some pre written marketing right up to Warrior Elite which features all content included in other packages as well as some exclusives. There is also a referral scheme in place whereby if you refer somebody to Direct Pay System, you gain a cut of their initial purchase as well as a cut from their down line.

How does the product work?

The referral scheme aspect of Direct Pay System is fairly straight forward with No Competition Marketing really brining anything new to the table. In terms of the marketing aspect of things, much of the content seems to be geared towards marketing Direct Pay System itself on an affiliate basis although no doubt No Competition Marketing would say that what you learn can be applied to any online marketing.

What is the initial investment?

There are 4 packages for Direct Pay System available through No Competition Marketing, none of which come cheap. The basic “Lite” package starts at $397, the PRO package costs $997, the Platinum package is $1,997 whilst the most expensive Warrior Elite package is $3,997. There are also monthly charges on top of the purchase cost which cost $9.97, $19.97, $29.97 an d $39.97 respectively. It is worth bearing in mind that there is no money back guarantee in place for these considerable charges.

What is the rate of return?

How much you can make from Direct Pay System is dependent entirely on what package you employ when you sign up. You can only recruit members at the same level that you are or lower for which you receive a 60% commission as well as 20% of any packages that they then sell.

Conclusion

There is very little about Direct Pay System that is actually appealing and I find it highly unlikely that you will ever make any real money out of it. Some people may find success but really this is very limited. The fundamental problem with Direct Pay System is that the profitable aspect is based entirely around recruitment In fact, the actual “product” which are the various marketing tools seem to be there to facilitate the need to have a product to sell. They certainly don’t appear to have the tangibility to sustain the model in the long run (it is interesting to note that at the time of writing Direct Pay System seems to be undergoing a massive rebranding and changes in its structure). This all seems a little suspect to me and as such I would be inclined to avoid the service, especially due to the massive costs involved and the lack of insurance should you not be able to make Direct Pay System work for you.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts