Today we will be taking a look at the Coastal
Those members that choose to do so can then market the program, if they desire. Once fully qualified, a “director makes $1,000.00 profit on every Level I package that they sell. This is a very nice commission and one can see how just a few sales each month could lead to a decent online income, but there are some catches. Firstly, to become”qualified” a new marketer must pass up their first two sales commissions to the person who sponsored them. In my estimation this is a huge disadvantage as the first sales in any company are often the most difficult to make, especially if you are brand new to internet marketing. In addition to losing out on the first $2,000.00 in commissions I found what I perceive to be an even bigger problem. That is, when (and if) a person becomes “qualified” by making their first two sales they break away from their sponsor, which means that their sponsor no longer gets paid on any sales made by them. In essence, these two then become direct competition, and there really is no motivation for the sponsor to continue offering training and support. This effectively ends any teamwork and synergy that may have previously existed.
Beginning marketers who are not as skilled in selling online now have the option of using the “Coastal Call Center” to do all of the presenting and selling for them. On the surface this seems like a great idea, but when one realizes that the call center adds an additional $700.00 to the price of each package for their services, it seems to me prices already expensive packages out of reach for most consumers. As an example, the price of a Level I package would go up from $1295.00 to $1995.00! This seems like an unfair cost that is passed on to the unsuspecting end consumer.
While I was doing research for this article I should note that I did run across several complaints concerning Coastal
In conclusion what you really want to know is “Is it possible to make a decent income with Coastal