Is Royale Business Club a scam or a legit MLM company

Royale Business club has a classy name for a Multi-Level Marketing company, yes you may have heard of them, Royale has actually made a product retention with their products.

the company benefiting from its MLM program, sales distribution, unlike with other networking company, Royale Business had made a high quality product that really works and recommended by its consumers, thus gather them customers from the sales, not just be a mere recruitment.

what's good with them is that they are not really focusing on recruitment and you will not earn cash from recruiting, though you will receive incentives in their products, you still need to sell those product to convert the earnings into cash. thats what make it harder to earn cash but helps the company to be unique and to avoid network marketers that uses the recruitment policy to earn that leads the product in the midst and not sell in which makes the MLM a scam.

MLM is about selling and marketing not by pyramiding and earning cash
in Royale, you still got perks in a binary system that is widely used by MLM companies, with exponential benefit from points on products.  and can be translate into cash when the product are sold. still need more effort than the other MLM.

but what do you need to be aware of.

it is indeed best to get multiple account in a business model with binary system, but since this requires selling, you will not earn you cash immediately after you buy those slots, thus making your money as products to sell, and if you haven't made a good business out of it, it is better for you not to buy multiple account as this will make your liquid asset (cash) into inventory items which are the products that are hard to sell.

all in all, Royale Business Club is legit, and has the potential to emerge with their outstanding products, but joining this club is for hard worker seller, because you have to sell the product to translate it into cash.

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  1. In this Royale MLM Review, I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision.

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  3. You must be new or fairly new to network marketing. Here, let me give you a REAL analysis: First, you should NEVER work a "hybrid" pay plan-companies implement them to create "breakage." They know that you're not going to be able to meet the various requirements in each of their pay plan, so the difference between what they could theoretically pay, and what you actually end up earning, that difference ("breakage") they stick in their pocket. Second, you should NEVER work a 1:1 pair binary plan-companies use them in order to slow down how much money they'll have to pay out each week as they know that one team will generally build bigger, faster, and be more productive than the other, and so you have to wait for the weaker team to catch up in order to get paid on a larger number of sales. Third, as someone who helped to pioneer the binary pay plan concept back in the early 1990's, I can state unequivocally that you should NEVER join a program that encourages the purchase of multiple positions! First, 99% of people will never max out one position, so buying 7 is a waste of money. Second, the claim that the more positions you buy, the more money you can make, is not necessarily true, especially as compared to other binary designs in other companies. The real reason companies promote the purchase of multiple positions is to create a "front end load." In addition, building more than 2 teams or legs actually damages your organization. For example, if you had a $1 million a month organization, and lets assume each team or leg is as productive as the other, then each would be doing $500,000 a month, so if you had one of the top spots in either leg, you would be leveraging off a large amount of that $500,000 volume. But now, if I buy 7 positions (which is stupid in the first place), and try to build 8 legs, now I'm diluting that $1 million in volume, in this case if each team or leg were fairly balanced as the others, each team or leg would be generating around $125,000 in volume, so if you had one of the top spot in any of the legs, you're leveraging off of 1/4 the volume had I just stuck to building 2 legs or teams, and so your income would be 1/4 of what it could have been had I kept to building just 2 legs or teams. Fourth, you should NEVER work a binary plan where your income is determined either by the package you purchased or your rank-those are used to create "breakage." Fifth, you should NEVER work a binary plan without a minimum of 4 levels, and preferably 7 levels, of check matching bonuses (not the same as matching bonuses!) Finally, you should NEVER work a binary plan with a cap of less than $25,000 USD a week in 2 team commissions on a position. Royale has all of the above NEVER's in their pay plan. Only an uninformed and inexperienced newbie or novice would join a company with this type of pay plan. All these Filipino companies use the same goofy, hybrid plans with a 1:1 pair binary, low daily/weekly earnings cap, no check matching bonuses (not to be confused with matching bonuses), and which encourage the purchase of multiple positions. NO knowledgeable and experienced network marketing professional would join this deal, or ones like AIM Global and IAM Worldwide-unfortunately, very few Africans are really knowledgeable about the industry, pay plans in particular, and so they end up joining deals like this one-it's why these companies come to Africa in the first place! They know African's generally aren't very knowledgeable about the industry, aren't very knowledgeable about pay plans, don't take the time to compare one pay plan and opportunity to another, and that they fall for hype and razzle dazzle, so they're easily hoodwinked, so they come to Africa so they can take advantage of people and the people don't even realize it..lack of knowledge can cost one a fortune!

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