Free1up Review

There are plenty of Free1Up reviews out there, but unfortunately, many tend to leave out the “negative” aspects of the system. While there are many benefits to this great money-making opportunity, you should also look at some of the reasons why you may NOT want to join.

Below is a list of the top reasons not to join http://Free1Up.com, complete with full explanations…

# 1 – If you are looking to “Get Rich Quick”…

Although it is feasible to make inordinate amounts of money with Free1Up, with the right marketing strategy, support from your sponsor (if you are new to this type of online business), and persistence, it is far from a “Get Rich Quick” scam. You’ll have to put in some work, and do a little more than just “sign up” to reap the benefits. When I say “work” though, I mean taking the necessary steps to getting the word out. There are people out there looking for legitimate money-making opportunities, it’s just a matter of exposing THOSE people to your website.

#2 – If you are unwilling to be persistent.

So you’ve signed up. You’ve read all of the materials and advice your sponsor (aka team leader) has provided you (considering your sponsor cares enough to do that for you). Now what? One day rolls around, no sales. Two, three days—still no sales. Do you give up? If so, then stay away from Free1Up…as a matter of fact, stay away from any legitimate online business and blow your money on scam after scam until you give up doing that. I’m not trying to be harsh, but the truth is, you must create a strategy and follow through with it, at least for a few weeks, if not a few months before you try something else. As mentioned before, you should have a sponsor that is willing to help you out and guide you along until you are comfortable running the business on your own. Unfortunately, not everyone has a good sponsor—the good news is that there is mountains of information all over the internet to help you be successful, and to create a good strategy that will work.

#3 – If you are the type to ask for more than what you put in…

There is a main product that the Free1Up system promotes. It’s called the “Ad System” and it can be pricey ($400 at the time of this writing), but fortunately, for the persistent and serious Free1Up member, this money is earned back in only 2 sales. But let’s go back to what you are trying to do in Free1Up. You are promoting the “Ad System”, because that is what’s going to make you money. You can choose to stay a Free member and still earn money by selling the Ad System, but how effective can you be at selling something that you haven’t purchased yourself? True, not every car salesman has every car in the lot that he or she is selling, but I’m sure they own an automobile of some sort, and it’s a broad enough topic that someone can know everything about a specific automobile and not own it. Unfortunately, with the “Ad System” being such a unique and exclusive product to Free1Up, it is hard to know much about the specifics unless you own it.

So I’ll go back to the price of the product. Why would you want to shuffle out $400 for something you don’t know the “specifics” about? Just as I mentioned earlier, it would only take two sales to earn the money back (you get 50% commission for selling the “Ad System”), so it is a relatively easy task for someone that is (once again) persistent, and serious about making money online.

But don’t get me wrong when I say “sales”. It’s definitely not the field for everyone. I don’t think I could convince my next door neighbor to buy a box of girl-scout cookies, much less a $400 “Ad System”. That is where Free1Up support comes in. The support system in Free1Up is absolutely amazing and is the #1 way to free up all skepticism about whether or not Free1Up is a “scam”. Once you sign up for free, you can go into the back office and talk live with either Richard Morris (the founder of Free1Up, if he is in a conference call at the time), or his Live Sales Executives (LSE)–which are available 24/7. They are all very knowledgeable and can help with any questions you may have about the system. Not to mention, Richard holds three conference calls per week, giving news updates on Free1Up and answering questions. But I got a little off-track, let’s go back to the “sales” aspect of the program.

Not a salesman? It’s perfectly fine because not only do the LSEs in the Live Support Chat help YOU with any questions you may have, you can direct people that signed up free under you to an LSE, and they will do all the “selling” for you. So let’s say, for instance, someone signed up for free (not to much to ask, right?) from your page, which makes them YOUR prospect. You don’t know what to say to them to convince them to purchase the “Ad System”, so you just direct them to the support chat room and an LSE (it’s best to give them a head’s up that you will be sending someone their way) will do all the talking for you. If they decide to upgrade, you get the money, and the LSE gets, well…nothing but the satisfaction in knowing that they helped someone out. Sound fishy? Check it out for yourself.

I’ll close this review by saying that Free1Up is not for everyone. It’s not for those who are unwilling to put some time into their business, and those who are not serious about making an income online. But on the other end of the spectrum, if you are serious about making money online, or are new to online business and want to make some money from home, it doesn’t get any easier, or legitimate than Free1Up.