Empowered Consumerism is a spinoff of AIM Global, a product-based pyramid scheme headquartered in the Philippines.
As detailed as possible, I have done a thorough review on AIM Global a year ago and have found that it is a scam. In the Philippines, AIM Global is so well-known that people will refer to it as a scam when you ask about it.
I believe their market is on its way out. Everyone knows that only those at the top of the pyramid will profit greatly from their scheme.
You don’t sell products with AIM Global.
Rather, you sell the idea of profiting from their business. Recruit members and take a cut of their payments like most pyramid schemes.
But, why promote Empowered Consumerism instead of their most admired name?
Is Empowered Consumerism different from AIM Global pyramid scheme? Is it legit or a scam? Read this review and find out.
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What is Empowered Consumerism?
Empowered Consumerism is a marketing campaign run by Alliance in Motion (AIM) Global, a Multi-Level Marketing company located in the Philippines. In this campaign, distributors are classified into 3; consumers, retailers and leaders.
Consumers are people who have joined because they enjoy the products. Retailers are people who joined because they like the products and want to sell them for a profit. Leaders are those who have made a lot of money in business by focusing on training, meetings, production, and results.
AIM Global specializes in selling dietary supplements, drinks, and cosmetics. The company has partnered with Nature’s Way, Weider, and DSM to produce their inventories, according to their official website.
Please read this Alliance in Motion Global review to know more about the company’s products. Hint: Those aren’t saleable as you think.
How to Join Empowered Consumerism
You have to purchase a package worth Php8,999 to be part of Empowered Consumerism. Some of the package’s benefits include AIM Global products, free medical check-up, accident insurance, Php200,000 scholarship, 25-50% off merchandise, a webpage, and an ATM card.
The promoters of this campaign claim that your initial investment of Php12,000-Php15,000 will get you a value of Php12,000-Php15,000 in return. This is complete and utter bullshit.
No one with a right mind will sell a product at a loss. I bet, the value of those products is not even more than 50% of your investments.
Network marketing companies generally charge more than the competition in order to compensate the distributors who are part of the pyramid structure. Read our review and know how overprice AIM Global products are.
How to Make Money With Empowered Consumerism
Below are the ways to make money with Empowered Consumerism:
You will become a distributor if you purchase any of their global packages. The package entitles you to discounts ranging from 25 to 50 percent on all products. You can sell the items for a higher price, but it must not be less than the suggested retail price.
Earn Php700 for every person you referred to scheme.
When you use the Pairing Bonus, you are creating a binary system. Every time there is a pairing in your left and right sales teams, you’ll earn Php1,800.
Other Ways to Earn
Other ways to earn with Empowered Consumerism are unilevel pay plan and stair step bonus. These are almost the same with AIM Global compensation plan with few modifications.
Can You Make Money With Empowered Consumerism?
Yes, you can earn money with Empowered Consumerism by recruiting others. Sell them on the idea of earning a lot of money from the comfort of their own homes. Tell them they can have the cars, homes, and luxuries of their dreams.
Isn’t that a pyramid scheme? Yes, you are right that’s a pyramid scheme and that’s illegal.
However, those strategies are what networkers good at. Sell the the business opportunity instead of the products. These methods work in the vulnerable communities so your primary target will be the people living on those places.
Can you earn money selling AIM Global products? Of course not.
Those are crap and overpriced goods. There is no demand for those items.
There is no other way to profit from Empowered Consumerism other than through the recruitment scheme, also known as a pyramiding scheme.
Is Empowered Consumerism Legit or Scam?
Empowered Consumerism is a scam. It’s a pyramid scheme. Selling to the general public is impossible. Instead, you entice others to join the scheme and profit from their investment.
Direct selling has never been the focus of AIM Global because they can’t make money from it. Their products offer no compelling reasons to buy. Customers have no interest in purchasing the merchandise.
The company pays commissions based on recruits’ investment. The compensation and the number of recruits are closely connected. The more people you recruit, the more money you make.
Empowered Consumerism or AIM Global is always a recruitmen-based MLM pyramid scheme.
Avoid Empowered Consumerism. It’s a scam. It’s AIM Global attempted to relaunch in the Philippines, but failed miserably. Filipinos know this MLM company is a pyramid scheme.
AIM Global has never prioritized retail, and that is unlikely to change in the near future. Recruitment is what the company cares about. In other words, AIM Global is selling a position and not a product.
The Alliance in Motion Global pays commissions based on recruits’ initial investments. Recruits and pay are also linked. The more you recruit, the more you earn.
Moreover, the company’s goods are worthless. Similar products are available at lower prices.Ultimately, their products are unattractive. Retail customers (non-members of AIM Global) will not buy their supplements.
If you invest in the scheme, you will surely loose money. Only the founders and top promoters of the company will profit from this scam.
Those at the bottom of the pyramid will lose the most money when this company collapses. Don’t be that person on bottom of the pyramid. Just share this article and forget Empowered Consumerism.
This review is short. If you want a detailed review on how the scam company AIM Global operates, please check this article.
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