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Date Added: 9/12/2009     Reviewer: wontyoubemynaber
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Reality Networkers Description

Reality-Networkers has been in business for almost 5 ½ years and currently has 2,450,755 members. They say that they are an online community that helps you build an active team that you can take with you into any program. Basically what it means is that you refer direct members and then help your lower levels get their referrals. Once you have reached level 4 then you can contact your downline and ask them to join you in other online ventures.

Reality Networkers Detailed Overview

Reality-Networkers does allow anyone to join for free and check out the program for fourteen days. At the end of the trial period, members must choose one of two upgrades. They can pay $25 one-time and then work to get 5 direct referrals. Or, they can go with the fasttrack membership plan where they will pay $150 (the original $25 plus $25 dollars for each of their first 5 referrals) and as a bonus, Reality-Networkers will give them an additional 5 direct referrals in their downline.

If members are unable to pay for their upgrade, the site does have thirteen ways for them to make the money. They promote the following thirteen programs as a reliable way to earn the membership fee: Clixsense, Hits4Pay, Bux.To, DealNCash, Yuwie, Wordlinx, Xclix, 10Bux, Titanclix, Adbux, Cashcrate, Treasure Trooper and InboxDollars. The majority of these programs are pay-to-click sites and will help members make a little money. This is a good way for a newbie to get the opportunity to join a program that may have been out of reach before.

Once a member has upgraded, they do get some additional benefits besides just the matrix earnings. If they have a regular membership, then they can send an email to over 2.2 million members every 7 days. If they decide to join with the fasttrack membership, then they can email the membership every 3 days. This can be a good way to advertise additional programs, and the one-time fee does make that a very economical way to get other programs in front of a lot of people.

Each level of the matrix does have specific tasks must be performed before members are eligible to receive commission. The first task is that members must personally refer (or fasttrack) 5 people into the first level, and before they can get paid the first commission (of $40), they also have to teach them and help them each get 5 direct referrals. Once the first commission payment has been received, then members need to find other marketing resources (safelists especially) and share them with the rest of the membership.

Complete all of the tasks and fill the 5 x 3 matrix and the member will receive a total of $640 dollars. $100 of that amount will be used to enter them into the $100 dollar matrix that has a final payout of $2120. That is a very good return on investment, even if the member did do the fasttrack upgrade.

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Reality Networkers Reputation

There has been a lot of positive and negative publicity about Reality-Networkers. This program will in no way work without the member actually working. Though there is spillover, no one will not benefit from it unless the assigned tasks are completed. So, there is some effort necessary to make this work. A lot of people have made money with this program, but a lot have also given up when they find that their downline is not quite as dedicated at they are. So, this program is not a slamdunk, but it appears to be a good program if a person is truly dedicated and willing to work to make it pay.

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Reality Networkers Contest, Admin issues, Upline issues

I have been a member of Reality Networkers(RN) for 3 weeks. After the first week or so, I joined Reality Networkers Contest. I Referred 87 people to the Contest of RN in this week and I was first in line to win the $400 weekly prize. Then I noticed that all 87 people only had 3 IP's associated with them. I then thought, well this traffic source(ie 87 referrals I got) must be scamming me. So I tried a different traffic source, a couple actually. Same problem with the two other Traffic Sources (same 3 IP's related to all of my Referrals). I had brought in 160 Referrals to RN but the same IP's rotated thru all 160 Referrals. This happened for two weeks that I was the Top Referrer where I should have won the First prize each week for $400 each week. But because My Referrals had these same 3 IP's rotating thru all of them Reality Networkers bounced me off of the LeaderBoard in their Contest and therefore I won nothing. By using 3 different Traffic Sources, ie Solos, Traffic Exchanges and a traffic system called Wedelivertraffic, all of the Referrals I sponsored had one of the 3 IP's I talked about above. So it was not My Traffic Sources that created these 3 IP's in all My Referrals. The only conclusion is that Reality Networkers themselves were creating these IP's within their System. Now Reality Networkers employs Programmers for their Matrix Teams so it is certainly within their capability to do this. If anyone can give me any other explanations I would be interested to hear them. To me it is Very Clear they were cheating me out of Winning the Contest they put on every week. Because I can generate a lot of traffic quickly I was penalized, RN stopped me from winning the Contest put on every week. I should have made btwn $400 and $300 every week as most people in this System Do Not know how to sponsor massive amounts of people. Now the Downline Building Club aspect may be fine and may work. But I look at it this way if they Will Stoop To Cheat Me Once they will/may try to do it again, especially since they hired some good programmers. My group is Referring very quickly for me as I had 389 people in My Downline in 3 weeks (160 of those are my Personal Referrals) but because they Cheated Me I quit the Program as there is no Trust there, especially as I am buying Traffic in most cases. I do not wish to put a lot of money into Reality Networkers if they may cheat me again. No one can stop them from stealing all your Referrals if they wish to. I cannot chance that. I have More Than 5 Up graded Members who are Referring really well for me. And I hate the idea that I may have brought them into a Scam. UPLINE NO LONGER ANSWERS ANY QUESTIONS; NEITHER DOES REALITY NETWORKERS ADMIN; SINCE UPGRADING NONE OF THESE PEOPLE HAVE ANSWERED ANY OF MY QUESTIONS OR EMAILS. Garry Percival
 
 


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avatar   by Jos on May 24, 2013 at 6:53 AM CST

 
 
 
Reality-Networkers

When I first heard of Reality-Networkers I was a bit skeptical and thought to myself is this yet another scam? I soon realized though when getting emails from several of my uplines welcoming me that this is a very nice community to have joined in on to try earning money. I am still a newbie to Internet Marketing and the whole referral thing, but I am getting there. What I think is great with Reality-Networkers is that other members helps you in getting the referrals that you need in able to be successful, I have only felt welcomed so far through this site and looking forward to whats to come with Reality-Networkers.
 
 


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avatar   by eliseland on March 11, 2012 at 11:16 AM CST

 
 
 
Reality-Networkers review

Hello,

I have been with Reality-Networkers for about 3 years now. I personally referred 20 people, but only 6 of them did upgrade and I've been paid my $40 commission. I helped those people to get their own 5 upgraded members and I've been paid my $100 commission also. So this program really pays, but you have to work for it. I am now a Level 3 member and I'm still working hard to help everyone complete their first task too.

With this program, the hardest thing is to find people really willing to work, not people who join and just sit there and wait if money will fall from above. To succeed you have to work hard in real life, and it's no different online.

Right now I have 1,770 people in my downline and I'll continue to work with my team to reach Level 4 to know what will happen next. Since there is a lot of people joining and not working at all, I can't guarantee the quality of that downline I'm supposed to have. But when I reach Level 4, I'll post here again to tell if working so hard with R-N was worth it or not.

Until then wish me good luck!

Celly
 
 


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avatar   by Cellydesign on March 7, 2012 at 9:19 PM CST

 
 
 
Slow progress, not sure I can refer

I joined this program years ago and haven't got anywhere with it because I can't get the 5 referrals. I don't think anyone is really interested in this because I have been promoting this for years and no one has joined under me. I see this program has a lot on traffic exchanges and the page features someone who has made a lot of money, but I personally haven't. It said I have a downline, but no list of contacts. I don't really understand how this works.
 
 


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avatar   by atlantic on October 11, 2011 at 6:17 AM CST

 
 
 
RN can work.. but how long will it?

I joined this RN free for a month and was given 5 referrals.. which is a great start, but as for what type of people/team who knows. It all depends on who wants it more. Still early yet and I plan to give it a real hard work and invest the minimum $25 for a better look see.
 
 


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avatar   by Twobalcane on August 24, 2011 at 7:50 PM CST

 
 
 
Getting Mentoring Help from a Commentator

I am an upgraded confirmed, active level 1 member of this site and have actually ran into the problems mentioned by commentators here(unanswered email by admin) and uplines not responding to emails to help clarify issues and was about to conclude that this is a scam site and that was what made me to do a google search and came to this site(IMRC).

It is not a question of being lazy but to be properly mentored on how the site works and guided accurately. No one will succeed with this site without proper mentoring.

My earnest desire is to be contacted by the commentator with the headline--'Reaching success with Reality-networkerers'.

Thanks
 
 


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avatar   by rimah on July 29, 2011 at 10:28 PM CST

 
 
 
Reality Networkers is a scam

I lost my money with them. I can't say one single word why this website is good and why you should join. I can say many words why you should not. Ok this is my experience with this website. Support doesn't answer any emails you send them. You are being ignored completely. The website owners will put up fake payouts in the members area to lie to you but they never answer to your questions. They give you fake referrals and you will get pre-made referral e-mails from them. I first thought wow my referrals all contact me straight away after joining. I sent them back email and none of them answered so I can say these are fake referrals. The website makers are clever scammers, they have automated everything to bring money to them not to you. I saw in my referral stats that one of my referral is funding his Paypal account to upgrade but it's showing me this more that 2 years already. How long does it take to load your Paypal account?. Fake fake fake, everything is fake here.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by cubicus on June 9, 2011 at 2:34 PM CST

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Reaching Success With Reality Networkers

Hello,

First, I will say, if your a hard-worker then this site DOES work. I am a hardworking person, and I have made level 1 commission. I have 220 Personal referrals thus far, and I have 1258 people in my downline. I am working with my 5 upgraded members and their referrals, to get them upgraded. It took me 2 months to get 5 upgraded members. So far I have made $40 dollars and soon to reach another $100 dollar commission.

I have read many of these other people's comments. I can agree with some things, and disagree with others. Most of these people are LAZY. You can't expect to promote for 2 weeks, get 15 personal referrals and think 5 of those will upgrade. In my experience, about 1 of 25 people will upgrade. They will upgrade faster if you will promote for them, and help them succeed. Remember this isn't a 1 player team. By helping others, you are helping yourself succeed.

As for send emails asking for help. Many times I don't get an answer. But in some occasions I have gotten answers. I don't know if, the hardworkers get better attention then slackers or not, and no I am not saying that that is good business practice.

I don't mind helping others succeed in this business, if your in it for the long haul. There is a reason why, and how I got 220 personal referrals. It's because I took the time to learn many different techniques, and now I am really good. Yes I even was asked by Gerado to write a report for the entire community.

If you need help in this business, please just write a comment, and I will get in touch with you, and help you do better in this program! I respond to all emails. I help all my referrals, and I will help you too. I GET RESULTS!
 
 


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avatar   by Darunner14 on February 3, 2011 at 8:28 AM CST

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Disappointing and frustrating

I signed up with RN on 12 October 2010 and upgraded on 21 October 2010, paying $150 for a Fast Track Account. For this I received 5 active members in my first level downline (people who'd paid the $25 one time signup fee). I personally referred 35 people to RN (of whom 1 upgraded) and have now 427 people in my downline. All seemed to be fine until I started to ask what was keeping admin to pay out my first level commission of $40.

In response to several message board messages to admin I got 2 obscure, meaningless responses - after several weeks. None addressed the issue or created clarity. I then sent several emails and to various people in my upline. I sent a message to the group of mentors supposed to help newcomers. To none of these I got any response. And, of course, I am still waiting for my first level commission or a plausible explanation why it is not paid out - in spite of the fact that it is clearly stated in the Member Area.

Although communication and support is highly recommended in various posts in the Member Area, neither admin nor my entire upline seem to live up to that standard - since I paid the Fast Track Account fee. This total lack of communication has killed my motivation to build an active downline in RN. As I have not heard from anyone, all I can do is speculate about the causes of this behavior.

My personal impression is that people either are totally overwhelmed by the influx of new members (since I signed up about 140000 new members according to the membership numbers on the main page) or they simply don't give a rat's ass (pardon my French). Whatever the reasons for this behavior might be, fact is that RN promises support but does not deliver. RN promises to pay out from 2 forced matrices but does not do that. Broken promises and missing communication is deadly for any kind of downline builder program.

Therefore I cannot recommend RN to anyone expecting more than a flimsy Member Area in 90ties website design, with spelling mistakes and partially bad English, and an upline obviously not walking their talk.
 
 


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avatar   by rainweb on January 24, 2011 at 1:53 PM CST

 
 
 
I give Reality Networkers a B

I am still in my free trial with Reality Networkers. I have referred 3 as of today by posting to safe lists I am upgraded in. I think one of the guys I brought in is buying paid sign-ups which is pointless because they will do nothing. This is a long-term gig so if you go at it with that quick buck mindset, failure will soon follow.

The idea behind RN is for you to WORK to build a matrix that you can then plug into one of the many paying matrix systems out there, and that is when the (big) money can roll in without a great deal of effort on your part.

If you are in RN and are promoting it as an easy money system, and then your referrals do nothing and never upgrade... maybe change your approach, lol! I have seen nothing at the site that says that I don't have to WORK to earn the money. In fact I have read many pages that emphasize that you MUST work, that is the whole point, and if you do not work, you will FAIL. It says it that plainly right on the website.

Don't join RN if you are looking for something to plug into that will pay you just for breathing. RN is not easy money, not a scam, and not for welfare cases who want it handed to them just because they input their email address.

Do yourself and your up-line a favor and read the FAQs. Everything you need to know and DO is there. The key is in the DOING. I've been online since 1995 and the number of flashy, attractive websites promising the moon is mind-numbing. You don't get paid at your job for just showing up, do you? You won't get paid at RN for that either, and the best part about it is that they TELL you in no uncertain terms. That is refreshingly honest in the sea of lies that is the Internet marketing world.

Best to all,

Tracy
 
 


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avatar   by residual33 on January 11, 2011 at 6:13 PM CST

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Frustrated Reality-Networker

I have been involved in this program for almost a month now. Have 11 personal referrals and over 200 total in my downline. It seemed like a stable program with over 3 million members and over 6 years old.

Upgraded last week ($25 one time). Seems like a big mistake now!

Now no one responds to my emails (they have an internal messaging system). Initially everyone responded!

I want to encourage my referrals to upgrade so I can get paid! But no one gets back to me. So I don't know what my referrals people are doing! What is this company hiding?

I have worked hard to build this program, now I feel frustrated and let down!
 
 


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avatar   by buddyl1950 on January 4, 2011 at 5:59 PM CST

 
 
 
Reality-Networkers.com Scam Or NOt

I have mixed feelings about the site. Not a paid member yet, because you got to prove before I start forking money over. I have been working on the referral contest instead. I just emailed support again about it's member cheating. Here it is 10pm pacific time-Sunday and I am winning. Then Monday rolls around and someone gets 14-20 referrals in 2 HOURS. They tried to say it's the paid the click to site, that still not reasonable.

I have been tracking the stats for about 8 weeks, so somethings up. I got the spread sheets to support this. I forwarded that to support, curious to see what they say about that. Also, requested (disputed) the winners in the contest. It will only put me at 6th, that's better than nothing .. I guess. If they want to throw money away hell... "write me a check!"

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I have not been paid, yet because I must complete all task. I will let you know how that goes. It does have a lot of marketing information to use, and it is a good way to fine tune your marketing tools, for OTHER paying products. So keep that in mind while you work this site.
 
 


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avatar   by europe24me on December 14, 2010 at 8:52 AM CST

 
 
 
Not Worth A Plug Nickle

I have been a member of this site for quiet a while and paid the $25 to make more money. I have not made any money with the program. I think it is worthless. Several of the programs they are promoting now are known scams. Also, there is just too much to do to attain the type of money they advertise that you can make. If nothing else, they are guilty of False Advertising! Spend your money on PTC Programs. You will be better off.
 
 


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avatar   by jsanders on November 20, 2010 at 9:16 PM CST

 
 
 
It is not worth it

I signed up with Reality Networkers almost a year ago. The price wasn’t so big so I decided to join, but now I fully regret that. For this one year that I’ve been a member of their website I have not made any money! A couple of my friends signed up too as my referrals, but they don’t use the program now too, because it’s pretty much useless. So in fact we all just lost our money on that. This product is such a big waste time and money. In order to make some money you must have a lot of referrals and they must work very hard. They must do every task the site gave them so you can earn money from them. You have to keep them motivated to do that otherwise you will not get any money from the site. I spent over one year and still did not get anything. I would not recommend this product unless you have strong nerves a lot of time to spend and some extra cash.
 
 


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avatar   by BMWalpina on February 6, 2010 at 12:24 PM CST

 
 
 
Not Worth The Money

I tried Reality Networkers on the 14 day free trial. A friend told me about it and I figured, if I make my five referrals before the trial period, it will not cost me anything. I had a problem with the fact that there really is no product. They tell you they are a club not MLM. I did most of my promoting on social sites and most people that I made contact with felt the same way. So basically, you are paying for a membership to have access to average tools and resources. I did not feel confident enough about this to convince others to join so I did not upgrade. I gave this site a "c" because they have over a million members supposedly. So it has to be good for some people to have that many members, but I think mlm's or clubs should have some form of product.
 
 


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Not as Simple as You Think

I have been with Reality Networkers for about a year now. I upgraded, got my five referrals and even helped some of them to get a few of their referrals. But then it stopped. I have written to everyone of my referrals daily for about one month and never got a response from any of them. I wrote to my up line trying to get help from them and got no response.

I think that this has the potential to be good but the main concept is getting referrals. If I could get the number of referrals that you need for this program then I really wouldn't need the program to promote my other programs.
 
 


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avatar   by anne2010 on January 27, 2010 at 1:37 PM CST

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Unhappy Customer

A friend of mine showed me the Reality Networkers program. First I was suspicious because to that time I have lost much money in such sites. After all I decided to try the program. When I was asked what upgrade I wanted to take on, I chose the 25$ one - my friend had the same choice, so I followed him. And there the problem goes - my referrals were not active at all - not one of them upgraded, so my profits were too small. As a result I lost my money with no return in the program.. I think next time I should look little more about such programs on the internet before paying the fees.
 
 


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Not happy with the progam

I sign on Reality Networkers more than five months ago. It seemed pretty easy at first. I got a few referrals myself and even got help from someone on the Reality Networkers team. So I had more than enough referrals for my first level, which is only five. After that 14 days passed and I got notice from my upline that I needed to upgrade, which means to pay the $25 dollars so I would be able to get paid on my referrals. So I did and after that two of my upline sponsors congratulated me on upgrading to paying member and told me what I needed to do next. They told me I needed to help my referrals so I did. Most of them reply to me and seem to understand others didn't. But the more time passed it seemed that none of my referrals were upgrading. I tried contacting them, but wouldn't get a reply. Asked my sponsors for help but they also wouldn't respond and until now I have tried a few more times asking them for help and they still haven't answered me. So I can't really say any good things about the program.
 
 


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avatar   by deathstrike25 on December 29, 2009 at 5:39 PM CST

 
 
 
I wouldn't recommend upgrading

I joined for free and decided not to upgrade because all of the initial information was completely overwhelming to me. I joined thinking this was going to be a great source of advertising for my online business, but too much emphasis was placed on referrals, and in the end you can never truly rely on someone else for your income. The two words I would have to use to describe this program are confusing and unpredictable. Whatever happened to keep it simple?
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by maxgreen on December 20, 2009 at 9:24 PM CST

 
 
 
You need to really work this one!

I have been a paid member of this for years and have yet to make any money. I have gotten several others to join and pay, but then that's all they do. I don't understand why people pay for a program and never work it. That is such a waste of money and my time. So if you are lucky to get all your referrals to pay and stay active, then you will earn. The site will give you tasks that they must do before you can earn from them. You will have to spend lots of time helping them stay motivated. You do get spill over and the option to change the members that are in your group. All I can say is Good Luck!
 
 


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This Site is OK or has been so in the past

I have been a member of Reality Networkers for a couple of years. I have promoted it only in Traffic Exchanges and it worked for a while in the beginning.

I got three paid referrals from my own effort and two more from my sponsor. So I was paid about $40.

But the big problem was to help my referrals with their downline. Only one of the five has his own five that are upgraded and the rest have only free referrals with a few exceptions.

I have sent several messages to the free members but have not got any answers. So I have no idea what to do.

I am still promoting the site, but have not had much results.

I hope the admin makes some changes to either help the inactive ones or remove them if they don´t respond.

I use the feature that permits us to send ads to the members and try to learn new things in the tutorials. Sometimes I check the ads that the members have set up, but I think the site needs some sort of reconstruction to continue to work as it was meant to from the beginning.

Now that there are so many other business sites popping up all the time, it is even more urgent to give Reality Networkers a huge makeover to be seen by the opportunity seekers.
 
 


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avatar   by buenavida on October 10, 2009 at 6:34 PM CST

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Reality Networkers

I was first introduced to this company by a friend of mine and we soon realized that we were not going to get a return from them. This was right at the beginning before they became what they are today. I lost my $25 entrance fee and spent a lot of money advertising them. My downlines did not respond to any of my e-mails so that I could not help them with their 5 referrals, my friend who introduced me gave up with this crowd long before I did. No response from support either when I asked for help. I was completely floundering on my own so I gave this up as a bad joke.

I am now an associate business owner and advertise under my own web name and am earning commissions every month. You see my business is not an MLM, all I have to do is invite people to visit my website and the money keeps rolling in every month.
 
 


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avatar   by Julie09 on October 9, 2009 at 10:24 PM CST

 
 
 
Great concept - old hat

I've been in Reality Networkers over 4 months, loved the idea, saw great tools and helps, recruited a lot early but few upgraded.

Contacted them regularly but few responded. Comments above spelled it out quite well, it's hard to motivate people to action that think it is all going to get done for them.

The site definitely needs updating in style and content. I'm still working with my downline and advertising/recruiting but like most things in life it's a few that do all the work. I think this is also true of internet marketing. The sales system averages for all sales is 20% of the reps do 80% of the business - I think in in the case of Reality Networkers it is more like 10% do 90% of the work.

Great concept for those that will work it.

The internet marketing industry largely is responsible for the massive amount of lazy reps, advertising that suggests you hardly need to do anything to make millions of dollars has bred a whole bunch of lazy marketers - they join a program, do a few ads and wait for it to make them millions - it isn't going to happen. You have to take it seriously and work it consistently and any worthwhile program will eventually get results.
 
 


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A good source of tools, though lacking in some areas

I haven't been a member of Reality Networkers long, but I have seen the good and the bad of the program. My sponsor was and still is very helpful. I've promoted off and on due to computer problems. I am currently level 2 and have put in to receive my commission.

The other side of the coin is that some people expect their upline to do all the work, that they'll progress in levels without doing any work. Trying to encourage the members to try and do what is required is hard, especially when they seldom respond to your messages.

I feel that they need to do a revamp of the site and to clearly define what is expected of a member. I also think that having more incentives could increase member activity and turn this into something wonderful for all.
 
 


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avatar   by rvwah on September 21, 2009 at 8:20 AM CST

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I have been Reality Networkers member for many years

I have been a Reality Networkers member for many years and can tell you that I have yet to see a return, even though I bought in the guaranteed level when stormpay was still around. However, I do like some of the tools and the internal safelist produces. Ok results and the other programs you can earn some money off of and promote your own products. So for the measly costs, it has its good and bad points. The tool I use weekly though is the internal safelist and my down line mailer. Don’t expect to get rich with reality-Networkers. It is quite outdated and the owner should really give a better explanation of the system. I have been using it for 5yrs and still have no idea when I am going to get paid, if ever, lol.
 
 


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avatar   by guru16 on September 13, 2009 at 8:24 PM CST

 
 
 
Reality Networkers creates a Welfare Mentality

This program is based on a great concept, create a downline before you join an opportunity, to increase your own earnings. The problem is, with all the help that they give you to build your downline, it creates a welfare mentality in the referrals that makes them lethargic in their own efforts.

In this program I got 14 referrals, and only one upgraded to full status. The others are just sitting around waiting for someone to place people under them, and to pay their fees for them. They believe that prosperity will come to them just from waiting; it's the mentality that the system creates. And if this is the mentality that they have, why would I have them follow me into any other programs?

I wish there were a way to motivate these people into working the opportunity laid before them into something valuable; but since they can get five referrals without any work, they believe the rest will come the same way.

Reality Networkers gets an A for effort and basic concept, but the actual execution leaves something to be desired. My suggestion is, unless you know a lot about motivation, leave this system alone.
 
 


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