Welcome to my article that will explain what is Members Choice.
One of the questions that we need to take a look at is if the opportunity is a scam or not.
We are going to take a look at the information on the company, the products, and the compensation plan to learn if Members Choice is legitimate or not.
We wouldn’t want to join a company just to find out later on that it is not in compliance and ends up getting shut down.
We end up losing all the time and money we invest into the opportunity that would really upset everyone.
The reason why I decided to take a look at Members Choice was because of the promotions online and wanted to learn what it is really all about.
With that said, let’s dive down and get started.
Members Choice Opportunity Video
In this section of the article, I wanted to share with you an overview video that was created by the company, so it is biased.
I will dive into more details about the Members Choice opportunity moving past the video.
Members Choice Company Overview
In this section of the article, we are going to take a look into the Members Choice company information.
As you probably saw in the opportunity video above, Members Choice is in the personal development MLM niche.
The owner of Members Choice is Howard Harrison Jr. “Pastor Howard” and the executive vice president (co-founder) is J. William.
The company is based in Conyers, Georgia but the address is not complete.
Before starting the member’s Choice opportunity, Howard was part of the Noble 8 Revolution opportunity.
Members Choice is going through a rebooting process as of right now.
That is all I have on the company information, let’s move on to the next section.
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Members Choice Products
In this section of the article, we are going to take a look at the Members Choice products.
The company offers what is called their vStream TV VIPStv service.
This is the “cut-the-cord” streaming TV service that is very popular.
The vStream TV company is an MLM company, and it is not clear what the exact relationship that they have with Members Choice is.
That is all that I have for the products, let’s move on to the next section.
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Members Choice Compensation Plan Breakdown
In this section of the article, we are going to take a look at how the compensation plan works and how you get paid.
The Members Choice compensation plan is structured in an MLM cycler matrix plan.
There are 5 tier levels with small matrix plans structured in a 3X5 matrix which has to be filled up before advancing to the next tier level and also to trigger your commissions’ payout for that matrix.
The first level tier that you get started it will cost $35.
Here is a breakdown of each tier level, what it will cost, and what commissions you will earn once you fill each matrix tier level.
- Level 1 has 3 positions – When you cycle with filling 3 spots you will earn $27 commissions and once filled will cycle you to the next level.
- Level 2 has 9 positions – When you cycle with filling 9 spots you will earn $131 commissions and once filled will cycle you to the next level.
- Level 3 has 27 positions – When you cycle with filling 27 spots you will earn $2391 commissions and once filled will cycle you to the next level.
- Level 4 has 81 positions – When you cycle with filling 81 spots you will earn $52,306 commissions and once filled will cycle you to the next level.
- Level 5 has 243 positions – When you cycle with filling 27 spots you will earn $1906,395 in commissions.
Members Choice also offers residual commissions through the unilevel MLM commissions structure.
If you don’t know how the unilevel pay plan works, here is a quick breakdown:
- 1st Level – The first level of your unilevel pay plan will only have your personally referred members on it.
- 2nd Level – The second level of your unilevel pay plan will only have your team members that your level 1 members sponsored personally on it.
- 3rd Level – The third level of your unilevel pay plan will only have your team members that your level 2 members sponsored personally on it.
- and so on…
The way that the Members Choice unilevel works are that once you earn $500 in commissions through the MLM cycler the company will take $150 and put it towards the unilevel.
To qualify you must be on a $100 autoship with the company.
The Members Choice unilevel consists of 7 levels of pay that you can earn.
To qualify for more levels, you will have to move up in rank, which is explained in the next section.
Here is a breakdown of what you will earn per level once you qualify:
- Affiliate Rank – This rank gets 10% at level 1 which is your personally referred members only.
- Bronze Rank – This rank qualifies for 10% at level 1 and 5% on level 2.
- Silver Rank – This rank qualifies for 10% on level 1, and 5% on levels 2 to 4.
- Gold Rank – This rank qualifies for 10% on level 1 and 5% on levels 2 to 6.
- Platinum Rank – This rank qualifies for 10% on level 1 and 5% on levels from 2 to 7.
- AffiliateRank – To qualify for this rank you need to register as an affiliate member and earn $500 in cycle commissions.
- BronzeRank – To qualify for this rank you need to recruit personally sponsor five affiliates members and keep 25 customers.
- SilverRank – To qualify for this rank you need to personally refer and maintain at least 10 affiliate members. (four must be Bronze or higher ranked)
- GoldRank – To qualify for this rank you need to recruit and personally maintain at least 20 affiliates members, (8 must be Silver or higher ranked) and also have 160 affiliates team members and 800 customers across your unilevel team.
- PlatinumRank – To qualify for this rank you need to personally recruit and maintain 40 affiliate members, (16 must be Gold rank or higher) and also have 2560 affiliates team members and 12,800 customers across your entire unilevel team.
All affiliate members to stay qualified for rank must maintain their $100 per month auto-ship.
*Customers are classified as people that pay $100 per month for their streaming service.
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Members Choice FAQ
In this section of the article, we are going to look at some of the questions that people may have when thinking about joining Members Choices and answering them.
Is Members Choice BBB Accredited?
No, Members Choice is not accredited on the Better Business Bureau website.
However, not being accredited on the BBB is not a determining factor for me to label a company a scam or even legitimate.
The BBB is vulnerable to manipulation that was found out in the news that 3rd party companies can improve the positive rating which can also offer a negative rating as well.
I usually only refer to the BBB for additional company information, and to look at the reviews or testimonials that the website offers.
How Much Does It Cost To Join Members Choice?
To join, Members Choice will cost $39.95 per month with a setup fee of another $39.95 for the service itself as a retail customer without gaining access to the compensation plan and commissions.
To join as an affiliate, members will require to pay $100 per month to qualify for commissions.
In the next section, we will discuss what most people are here to learn more about, which is…
Is Members Choice A Scam?
In my opinion, Members Choice falls into that gray area for me when calling it a scam.
One of the red flags is that they offer an MLM cycler type of commission plan that never seems to work long-term and benefits the company the most.
Once the cycle cannot sustain itself, the company usually shuts down and all those commissions that people did not qualify for are then taken by the company owner.
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My Final Members Choice Thoughts
In this final section of the article, I am going to share my final thoughts about the Members Choice opportunity.
There seem to be some good things going on with this opportunity structurally, but to me has some red flags.
I am not sure why they went with having an MLM cycler compensation plan, which is known to not last long-term.
Unless the sole purpose was not to have a long-term business model in place?
Either way, for what you get for the price you have to pay, there are much cheaper alternatives that you can find.
When you search on Amazon, you can find a streaming fire stick that offers the same thing for only $39 when compared to the $100 per month that they want you to pay.
The product is a streaming TV that offers many premium channels, which can be considered not so legit by many.
But here is the thing when all is said and done…
Would I recommend or join the Members Choice opportunity myself?
I would neither recommend nor would I join Members Choice for the reasons I stated above.
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