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A 3rd Party Writeup On MPB Today
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You can now have your groceries delivered to your door by MPB Today and earn money from recruiting others into this matrix system. It's always good when a direct sales company gets involved with a product that people really need or want. We all need to eat and the grocery delivery industry is booming and set to continue that way for the foreseeable future.

This company is the network marketing arm of a company called Southeastern Delivery. The company has high hopes for the future. Some say the grocery home delivery industry will experience explosive growth over the next 10 years or so. Southeastern Delivery with the help of MPB wants to become the largest & most recognised delivery company nationwide.

It's always important that a company has a good, strong leadership team and MPB is no different, heading up the team is Gary Calhorn, an experienced entrepreneur with more than twenty five years experience in the sales industry. I wasn't particularly impressed with this opportunity when I first came across it, but having looked at it more closely I can see the sense in it. Time will tell if it's actually a business model that is sustainable.

To earn money you need to make retail sales of grocery deliveries and also recruit new affiliates into the system.

The Pay Plan

In order to qualify for this 2 x 2 matrix you will need to make a purchase of $200 worth of groceries. In reality you will actually get a voucher which you exchange for groceries. There is the option to sign up for no cost at all but you won't be eligible for commission payments, you can however make retail sales and accumulate your 200 bucks that way.

The idea is then to get 2 people who get 2 people, who get 2 people etc... Once you hit $1,200 team volume with 2 personal sales being made by you, a 'cycle' has taken place and you will be awarded $300. $200 in a grocery voucher and $100 cash cheque. You are able to repeat this process as many times as you like. The company will also now allow you in certain circumstances to have a Wallmart voucher instead, as some people are out of MPB's delivery area and costs to deliver would be stupidly high. There is some information in the company's website that suggests that delivery costs could be ridiculously high, even up to 50% of the value of your order.

There is the scope to go higher with this matrix plan, if you have enough volume then you can achieve a matching bonus and also the Infinity coding bonus. It can work out to be very lucrative.

You can opt to have a website system that will take orders for you and also signups from new affiliates, there is a cost of ten bucks per anum for this.

Those that are getting a good amount of leads in each day and that know how to market properly, can be very successful with MPB Today. The top recruiters in this industry are not advertising their business on the front end, they are sponsoring by value.

This MPB Today review was presented by J Hicks. Want 40+ qualified prospects every day for your business? Register for my free of cost mlm training video course.

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