Andy Willoughby's System Review
The Andy Willoughby System, known as the 3 Step Plan, can be a bit confusing to those who are brand new to it. At least it was confusing to me. Here is why.
You can certainly find the Andy Willoughby System on the internet and you can hear about it on some radio stations. The ads are good and they sound like a good program that can lead to big profits if a person works the system. What is not so obvious in his ads is information on just what the system is and how it works.
In a nutshell, what you get when you sign up for the 3 Step Plan is access into a juice selling MLM strategy. The product is called Xango Juice and the idea is for you to start up a multi-level business using the product as the base product for the business.
Some of the hype about the juice itself is that it is very high in the antioxidants, which makes it something of a health drink. The product sells for about forty dollars a bottle. And the product is not sold in stores and can only be bought by distributors. That's where the business side of this program comes into play.
When you sign up for the Willoughby 3 Step Plan you, essentially, become a distributor. You then begin to recruit other people to work under you, taking a part of their sales as your profit. You also encourage your recruits to recruit others and so on.
To get started, you have to pay a membership fee and buy at least one case of the product per month. The juice costs $100 a case (four bottles) and your profit per bottle is around fifteen dollars. To make the big money, you need to get your next tier of salespeople on track fast. You generally make about five percent of their sales.
The Andy Willoughby 3 Step Plan is called work-at-home business opportunity and it certainly lives up to that name. You will work at this or fail. If you are good with people, like doing outside sales calls, and can recruit other reliable people, you might make some decent money with this program.
You need to understand that this is sales work, pure and simple and that you don't often have to make cold calls or visit with potential customers to showcase the product. Because of some of the added costs, such as shipping for example, you will need to move a lot of the product in order to make a decent profit. Something you should keep in mind.
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