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Endless Customer Supply Review
Date Added: 6/17/2009     Reviewer: Traces2757
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Website URL: http://www.endlesscustomersupply.com
Company Name: EndlessCustomerSupply.com
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Endless Customer Supply Description

Endless Customer Supply is a membership program that builds a downline under you once you join. There is a monthly fee to belong, and as people sign up under your name, you are supposed to receive residual commissions from their monthly fees. When you join the program, you receive a website that is an exact duplicate of the website where you signed up. Anyone who signs up on your website is automatically placed in your downline.

Endless Customer Supply Detailed Overview

What do you get with Endless Customer Supply membership? First of all, you get your own program website. You can choose to put your own efforts toward driving traffic to your program website, or you can sit back and let their marketing team do it for you. Of course your downline, and subsequently your monthly income, will grow much larger much faster if you also do your own advertising, though the people who run the program claim that it’s really not necessary. Once you get enough people below you in Endless Customer Supply, you no longer have to pay their monthly fee because it’s being paid by your downline.

There is an MLM program that Endless Customer Supply uses as their “wealth vehicle” to bring in income. This company is called GBG, and it sells health products. You join this MLM program, purchase one of their products and then the ECS program drives traffic to the website that you have through them so other people will do the same under you. It is all about MLM marketing and building a big enough downline to start and continue making income.

The main complaint that people have about Endless Customer Supply is that it seems very confusing. The monthly fee to belong to this program turns a lot of people off because of that same confusion factor. It’s difficult to buy into something that has you scratching your head so much of the time.

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Endless Customer Supply Reputation

Endless Customer Supply is a fairly new program, and it’s hard to find any real feedback on it because you’re mainly getting people who are trying to recruit you. Though there are a lot of legitimate MLM programs that many people make good livings through, and these types of programs should always initially be approached with caution—especially when they were started and are run online.

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Its ok system

I have made significant money in network marketing and I have developed teams of hundreds of people. When I saw this I couldn't believe the offer. I have never in the last 11 years seen any system do anything this powerful to help someone succeed from day 1! [This] gave me a team of hundreds which allowed me to focus 100% on the people I brought in and work with and mentor them. Getting paid on hundreds of people... even though I only personally brought in a handful is what network marketing should be all about!
 
 


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avatar   by freemone on February 25, 2010 at 8:18 PM CST

 
 
 
The Truth The Whole Truth and Nothing But (The Good, The Bad, & The OK

I've been with Endless Customer Supply since they started in 2008.

When they first started, I was a little skeptical because of the promises made. But they made a believer out of me, and after about 3 months I had about a 300+ downline.

They started off with a bang. Then the bigger they grew, it seemed like those that didn't start early on weren't seeing fast results like those of us that did when I first joined (which is Typical of MLM's right?)

So the owner, started a re-org and reconstruction if you will. They changed the system, they upgraded the website and was in development for adding new features to help us benefit, new and old members alike.

Which is a great thing (because I think some people when the demand gets high and they run into problems - they just run) but they didn't, they really care about us and do things to benefit us a team.

But long story short, between like June 09 to November 09 they reported to have problems with their developers, designers and the new getresponse autoresponder (getresponse just updated and changed their site so it threw a big monkey wrench) and it was crazy.

I lost a lot of members myself, but because I believed in them along with many of those that were around when they first started, I'm still in it. And I am pleased to say that, they have a NEW, EXCITING, system that is more practical and can make anyone successful if they use it. Because of the new system, myself and my downline members are starting to build our teams back up again and I wish they would have had all of this when they first started because then no one would have left or felt scammed, but I think it happens in any business because of the nature of people. Some people are serious, others aren't.

I just want to say that I understand what some of the newer members experienced because if I joined during the time period when everything was in reconstruction and I didn't know what they could do, I would probably feel the same way.

But I am very thankful that I joined when I did and that I am still with them. I actually have achieved a nice monthly income that allows me to be able to work from home and I expect things to get even better in this new year with the new system.

Don't knock it until you try it. I have a great experience with them. I think they're awesome and I would still say (even now) that if you're really looking for a sure-fire business opportunity, then it's a great opportunity to join.

I'm very confident in their abilities to deliver as they have repeatedly for me and many others.

GOD Bless and Happy New Year to All!
 
 


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avatar   by funnyface234 on January 3, 2010 at 1:10 PM CST

 
 
 
Endless Customer Lies... Should Be The Name

I joined because the hype was really good. I mean who can resist joining a program that promises to advertise for you for a small monthly fee. That sounds like free money to me. I couldn't have been more wrong. I went through all of the steps. By the way I also love the GBG products. Joined the advertising co-op. And I haven't gotten a single referral, downline member or sale. But what I have gotten is an inbox full if updates and more lies. Endless Customer Supply isn't worth anyone's time.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by briward on August 23, 2009 at 10:38 PM CST

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What EndlessCustomerSupply can't do!

I've been a member of ECS for 4 months now and I haven't seen anything from them at all. I've talked to them about their autoresponder system (Getresponse) problems and let them know that getresponse was trying to force people to upgrade into a paying membership. (Personally, I use one that is free and I can have 150 subscribers a month. NOT JUST 10). Also there's no way of being able to track who has been on your ECS site or even who has filled out the sign up form. You can request a copy of visitors from ECS once every 2 weeks. I don't know about you, But that's not going to work for me! I've tried to let them know that there are a lot of people that signed up for their co-op with the promise from them that they would send you at least 100 customers in 60 days Guaranteed! Like I said, I've been with them for 4 months and haven't seen anything from them at all! I have built a small Team with GBG by my own advertising efforts. So why do I need ECS?

To those that are calling the GBG products worthless, Before you put down any products, Maybe you should research the products out and then determine if the product is worthless. My wife and I are very pleased with the GBG products and many other people are also pleased with GBG products. If you only had taken the time to read about the ingredients

in the GBG products and who is helping developing the products, You will see that GBG products are one of the best health products on the Mareket today and will be for a long time coming. Let's get something clear, You do not have to join ECS to be a distributor for GBG.

Yes, I will be canceling my membership with ECS. I can't see wasting money on a program that doesn't work and can't keep their promises!
 
 


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avatar   by geneb59 on August 21, 2009 at 11:59 PM CST

 
 
 
EndlessCustomerSupply Advertising Method is About to Change

I joined EndlessCustomerSupply about three weeks ago. Here are some specific details about the system that might be helpful to others interested in the biz-op...

EndlessCustomerSupply is a lead feeder for GBG a nutritional network marketing company whose flagship product is a liquid vitamin selling for $19.95 + $11 S&H meaning an auto ship of $30.95 per month to stay active. I joined because the GBG payplan was one of the best I have ever seen in network marketing and EndlessCustomerSupply would supply leads for the GBG opportunity.

A few days ago I received an email from EndlessCustomerSupply that said there will be an increase to $29.95 for the product. The email also stated GBG has plans to eliminate that product in the future for an even higher priced product.

When I joined EndlessCustomerSupply they had a promotion for a $1 first thirty days and $20 per month to supply leads/sign-ups for GBG.

Yesterday I received an email that the EndlessCustomerSupply system will change because of GBG's product and price changes. ECS will be going to a Co-Op advertising model using direct mail postcards that members will purchase from EndlessCustomerSupply.

Because of the changes I am no longer a member of EndlessCustomerSupply and GBG.
 
 


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avatar   by GoldenRule on July 24, 2009 at 10:27 PM CST

 
 
 
It's not all that Bad

Ok, if you have the money to spend, and the know-how to advertise yourself, this isn't a bad program. Next month I anticipate I won't have to pay my monthly fees because my downline is growing. I also have the auto shipment of healthcare stuff sent to me, and I share it with my friends and have actually gotten a few people to sign up under me that are friends. So that is a first for me. The only thing that I don't like about this site is that they do spam your email with other site offers, but I just mark them to my spam folder and forget they are there.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by happyness3 on July 24, 2009 at 4:25 PM CST

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Sort of Confusing

I've tried this program before. What I didn't like was the fact that you had to pay monthly fees. Most sites like this you only pay a one-time fee. I had decided to let them advertise for me since I "didn't have to" and that "my monthly fee will be paid for with increased advertising by the company themselves".

I was wrong. It seems like in order to make this work and to get a decent monthly income, you have to keep recruiting to other sites and they WILL spam your e-mail inbox with other companies trying to recruit you. They sell worthless health products that I do not even want to get into full detail with here because they were so ridiculous. It was just too much for me and my mail inbox.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by MurderGorgeous on July 23, 2009 at 4:20 PM CST

 
 
 
Very Confusing

The hype is good. It gets you sucked into something that you think will really work. So you pay your monthly fee to join, then you find out that you need to join another company. Endless monthly fees. They sell health products, which you have to get on auto ship. There are too many companies out there selling junk health products. "Take our product and you will never age!" Really! So I quit. Now all I ever get is Endless Emails from Endless Customer Supply people trying to recruit me back.
 
 


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avatar   by rosiea on July 12, 2009 at 11:22 PM CST

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