Product Base MLM Compensation Plan Overview

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As we know MLM Compensation plan is a concept or startegy or we can say it is a algo of comission distribution struture. We all know in MLM or Multi level concept we sell our product or services to our clients.. In Product base mlm compensation plan we sell our product to end user through various algo i.e known as binary mlm plan,conditional binary mlm plan, matrix mlm compensation planetc.. One more term Repurchase play a very vital role in Product base mlm compensation plan. In this mlm plan member has to sell companies product and company shares his profit in among theier members with respect to their compensation plan.

How Does Product Base MLM Compensaion Plan Works in real world ?



Recruiting of participants is unlimited in an endless chain of recruiters recruiting recruiters.

Ask whether unlimited recruiting is allowed. When a given market is saturated, and the program must move on to another location or introduce new products or divisions to continue, the opportunity for each new person to make money becomes less and less as the programs expands.

Advancement in a hierarchy of multiple levels of "distributors" is achieved by recruitment, rather than by appointment.

Ask whether participating "distributors" advance their position (and potential income) in a hierarchy of multiple levels of "distributors" by recruiting other "distributors" who in turn advance by recruiting distributors under them, etc.? If so, the result is self-appointment through recruitment to ascending payout levels in the distributor hierarchy. If the only way a person can profit significantly in the scheme is through recruiting to advance to higher payout levels (or to buy another's downline), this strongly indicates a pyramid scheme.

Pay to play

"Pay to play" requirements are satisfied by ongoing "incentivized purchases." These are purchases of goods and services that are required to participate in commissions or to ascend in the distributor hierarchy. If they are required to participate in the "business opportunity," then whether they are used, sold, given away, or stored is irrelevant. They should be considered a cost of doing business.

The company offers commissions and/or bonuses to more than five levels of "distributors."

Ask whether the company pay overrides to distributors in a hierarchy of more levels than are functionally justifiable. Even in major corporations, the entire world marketplace can be covered in five levels of sales management, branch, district, regional, national, and international sales managers. Paying commissions and bonuses on more than five levels in an MLM program primarily enriches those at the top at the expense of those at the bottom. You would be wise to avoid any program that pays overrides on more than five levels. Breakaway compensation systems are particularly exploitive, as payments are on a hierarchy of "breakaway" organizations of whole groups of participants, not just individuals,creating an extraordinarily high loss rate, except for those at the top of a "mega-pyramid of pyramids."

Company payout per sale for each upline participant equals or exceeds that for the person selling the product, creating inadequate incentive to retail and excessive incentive to recruit and an extreme concentration of income at the top.

Ask whether a "distributor" purchasing products "for resale" would receive about the same total payout (in commissions, bonuses, etc.) from the MLM company as participants several levels above who had nothing to do with the sale. If so, the company's payments to the person retailing the product would be pitifully small, while those at the top of the upline can compound the small commission per sale by the sales of hundreds or even thousands of downline distributors. This is great for the upline leaders but lousy for those attempting retail sales. Avoid any MLM company that pays less than half of all distributor payout to the person actually selling the products to outside customers.