Are National Wealth Center and Infinity Downline the Same Programs?

infinity downline logo

national wealth center

With the new National Wealth Center program, which is the Infinity Downline revamp and relaunch, there is always going to be a certain amount of confusion that sets in with any new program launch.

In this post I am going to clear up any confusion set forth and explain everything very clearly. What I will do is explain how the programs are the same and then explain how the programs are different. It is quite confusing to the newcomer as they are somewhat the same and different at the same time.

How Is National Wealth Center and Infinity Downline the Same?

Infinity Downline and National Wealth Center are the same in the sense that they are exactly the same at the $25 level. Infinity Downline has a $25 level where each member accesses the product line and can market the opportunity to others to receive 100% commissions. National Wealth Center has the $25 Self Development level as well and these levels are exactly the same between the two programs.

These 2 levels are exactly the same between the 2 programs. If a member if active within Infinity Downline at the $25 level, then they are automatically a member of National Wealth Center at the $25 Self Development Level.

Also Infinity 100, which is a standalone or upgrade program from Infinity Downline, is the same as the $100 Wealth Advantage Level. If anyone is a member of Infinity 100 then they are automatically a member of $100 Wealth Advantage Level within National Wealth Center.

Infinity Downline was decided to keep ‘as is’ for the huge amount of member base that wanted to continue to market the opportunity as well.

How Are National Wealth Center and Infinity Downline Different?

Infinity Downline and National Wealth Center are different in that there are several new features, enhancements, etc. that National Wealth Center has that Infinity Downline does not as Infinity Downline was kept ‘as is’.

The biggest major difference now than before is the introduction of an admin fee which is $9.95 monthly for each member that is mandatory after July 7th. This is for both Infinity Downline and National Wealth Center and the admin fee can be seen here when logging into Infinity Downline:

infinity downline admin fee

This admin fee goes towards programming, server and data updates, adding products, better support etc. for each member. Infinity Downline never had an admin fee for the 5 years after launch since 2009 but the decision was made to implement a very inexpensive admin fee so the company can add revenue to correct problems when needed for both Infinity Downline and National Wealth Center.

This has been great as the server that Infinity Downline uses is 100x faster now than ever before as well as everything working 100x faster.

Another big difference between Infinity Downline and National Wealth Center is that National Wealth Center has much higher compensation levels by adding in a new monthly subscription level at the $50 Business Development Level.

(the program now has 3 monthly recurring 100% commission levels, $25, $50, $100 levels that each member receives 100% commission on each month as they refer others into the opportunity, massive monthly income potential)

national wealth center compensation plan

There is also the Introduction of 1 Time High Ticket Purchase Products, which are as follows:

– $250 Fitness Product Package

national wealth center fitness advantage

– $1000 Elite Wealth Advantage Package

national wealth center wealth advantage elite

– $3500 Elite Network Marketing Training Package

national wealth center network marketing elite

(10% of these product levels go to the company as an admin fee, the rest of the product sale goes directly to the member for huge commissions!)

If you are ready to get started and start receiving huge monthly commissions as well as the high commissions from the 1 time product purchases then just simply click the ‘Register Now’ Button below…

james matthews national wealth center signature

James Matthews
662.750.1029
IDwithJames@gmail.com
www.TheNationalWealthCenterReview.com
national wealth center join now
 
 
 
Be Sociable, Share!

Tagged with:

Filed under: National Wealth Center

Like this post? Subscribe to my RSS feed and get loads more!