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Is U-Economy A Scam?

Published on 5/13/2017
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In this article I want to set the record straight. So pay attention. 

Of all the money making opportunities out there I'd say that maybe only 1-3% of them are legitimate SCAMS. 

Now do some of them have sketchy leadership and products that don't necessarily do what they promise to do? Of course. 

U-Economy Scam

U-Economy Scam?

Here's the thing that you need to know in advance. The word "scam" is thrown around online as a form of "clickbait." In other words, people will write up an article that says U-Economy Scam for example, knowing full well that the program is not.

Their true agenda (most of the time) is to get your attention long enough to segue the topic of discussion onto THEIR program. Which of course will be "the best online biz there is."

Now here's where I have a problem with this type of marketing... 

Some people will lead you to believe that anything online except their own program of course, is a scam. A prime example of this is that guy Ethan Vanderbuilt. 

If you let him tell it, Network Marketing is one big fat 200 billion dollar per year scam.

Show me any "scam" that's doing 200 billion dollars per year in revenue and I WANT IN! (Lol)

U-Economy Compensation Plan

Here's another funny story... I recently read an article today that mentioned that since U-Economy has multiple levels with which you can earn residual income that made it an MLM. 

Almost as if to imply that MLM is an "icky" business model. 

I guess people forget that Warren Buffett, Richard Branson, and Donald Trump have all owned Network Marketing companies. 

Now do you want to take your advice from someone with a rich opinion or a rich bank account? 

Now about the comp plan... 

The U-Economy compensation plan has 3 main areas of focus. Leverage, Lifestyle, and Legacy income. 

Leverage - This is the lower tier levels which range from $25 up to $500 per sale. A little extra spending money, but nothing to really set the world on fire, you know? 

Lifestyle - This focuses on the high ticket levels which range anywhere from $1500 up to $50,000 per sale. This will send you on a vacation or two, change your zip code, and maybe even get you a better looking spouse ??. 

Legacy - The legacy income comes from the U-Crew product line, which includes lead scraping tools, voice broadcasting, ringless voicemail, capture pages, capture page creators, and more. The U-Crew is $49.95 per month, and pays out 84% of that back in commissions to the field. 

Now I'm not a mathematician, but I think 16% of 49.95 is about $8.00. 

So out of the $49.95 monthly fee the company is only pocketing $8.00. I think you could say that's a pretty fair kickback! 

I created a basic overview here: 

 

In Closing... 

In my opinion the best thing for you to do if you're considering joining U-Economy is to not listen to just any baffoon on the internet. 

Do your due diligence and follow your intuition. 

If it doesn't feel right, it's probably not. If it feels good, then maybe you've found the business for you. 

If you want to learn more about U-Economy in it's totality then I wrote a more thorough article that you can check out over on my blog here: U-Economy Review

My hope is that this article helped provide you with a little clarity as to why there's so much scam talk online. 99% of the programs online are safe to join, you just need to join with someone who knows what they are doing. 

Working a 9 to 5 for 40 years to retire with was already not even is not the life I believe any of us want to live. 

So again, whether you join U-Economy or something else, do your due diligence, make sure it "feels right", and give it everything you've got! 

You got this! 

Rhandell Mitchell 
U-Economy Founding Member

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