FutureNet is the new kid on the block. This up and coming MLM company has an interesting twist - it runs entirely on a social media platform.
A quick look at their web page shows a confusing focus and horrible grammar.
There’s not a ton of information on their website, and as you scroll through, you’re left scratching your head wondering how you make money.
Let's try to break this down.
ABOUT THE COMPANY?
The company was started by Stephan Morgenstern and Roman Ziemian.
In 2014 they created a company called One-Line-Online, that sold energy share, which many have claimed is a recruiting scam.
From selling energy shares to general web tools.
Here we go . . .
HOW DOES IT WORK?
How do you make money with FutureNet? FutureNet has more than seven opportunities to earn. The most common and widespread is buying advertising spots on their social network.
FutureNet offers products that are designed to help build your business.
For you to make money, you are expected to participate in their social platform and earn points. In time, these points are used to purchase products:
Let’s think this through:
You have people “pressured” to use FutureNet’s network and earn points, and you purchase advertising spots to sell to those with a side-lined motive.
Like every MLM company, the products sold by FutureNet are over-priced, and with their wide variety of products, you are left feeling confused and unfocused. :/
FutureNet has recently launched cafes for business discussions, and state that these cafes are where the online world is merged with the offline world.
I signed up for FutureNet and gave it a spin. I found their social network choppy, buggy and overly complicated to navigate. I had no direction on how or where to begin.
Over-complicated systems and pricing structure should be a red-flag when looking to make money online.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Notice the price structure below. You need to understand that it's not as simple as purchasing the $1,000 plan. You can't buy a tier unless you've purchased the one before. So, that means that the 1,000 plan is actually $1,685.
Notice the pricing plans below:
$10 = $10 Member
$10 + $25 = $35 Basic
$10 + $25 + $50 = $85 Gold
$10 + $25 + $50 + $100 = $185 Exclusive
$10 + $25 + $50 + $100 + $500 = $685 Sapphire
$10 + $25 + $50 + $100 + $500 + $1,000 = $1,685 Royal
$1,685 a lot of money to invest in a system that probably won’t make you any money.
This is just the beginning of their pricing table - it’s just too complicated.
FutureNet is a legal pyramid, like all MLM companies, so you depend on downline income.
Downline income? It means that you need to recruit. All MLM businesses depend on recruitment In order to make a significant amount of money - you have to build a team.
Why a legal pyramid? Though MLM businesses have the same concept as a pyramid scheme, they structure the company in a way that makes it not illegal to run.
All MLM businesses depend on recruitment to make money - you have to build a team.
The reality of making money with an MLM business is that only a small percentage of people will (or can).
CONCLUSION: WORTH IT?
Some have suggested that Stephan Morgenstern and Roman Ziemian company is the same as their last one - a recruitment scam. Others have suggested that FutureNet is nothing more then a Ponzi scheme.
I think it’s just an over-complicated MLM business that probably won’t make you any profits anytime soon.
After a whopping $1685 investment (plus advertising and tools) you’re going to regret joining such an unusual system.
No Recruiting 🙂
Easy to Understand
High Investment Costs
There are too many red flags for me to recommend this program. After thorough searches online, only a small handful of people have ever profited from using FutureNet.
I would recommend that you follow a more promising blueprint, and learn how to build a real online business without dependency of downline income.