Creating Wealth From Home Pro System
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Creating Wealth From Home Pro SystemGreg Montoya’s Creating Wealth From Home Pro System, which is found at MyRealWealthSystem.com, is an MLM recruiting, training, and support system.  The Creating Wealth From Home System isn’t necessarily for people working in existing multi level marketing business opportunities.  Instead, Greg Montoya’s Creating Wealth From Home System recruits people for a particular MLM company, and then provides further training and support to help you be successful.

Originally, the Creating Wealth From Home System worked with an MLM company called EcoQuest, who specialized in technology that was both good for the environment and health conscious, like air and water purifiers.  In the last year or so, however, EcoQuest has been bought out by Vollara, a similar company that has three full product lines varying from Weight Loss and Management, to Wellbeing, to Environmental Purity.

As far as Vollara’s products are concerned, they seem to have a decent reputation.  As one business associate for Vollara put it, “Some people feel the products fail for them, others are hooked for life.”  As with any product, especially in the health and wellness field, you’ll have a fair share of cheerleaders and detractors.

So What’s the Deal with the Creating Wealth From Home Pro System?

As anyone familiar with multi level marketing knows, the quality of the product is only half the battle.  In order to genuinely make money in an MLM opportunity, you must also have the ability to convince others to invest in this business, sell this product, and recruit themselves.  This is incredibly difficult, and has resulted in MLM having a murky reputation.

This is where Greg Montoya’s Creating Wealth From Home Pro System comes in.  Montoya teaches you how to avoid the old MLM recruiting tricks: hounding friends and family, cold calling, approaching strangers in public places or at parties to talk business.  Instead, Montoya aims to automate the lead finding aspect of MLM.

To this end, the Creating Wealth From Home Pro System involves website management, auto responders, scripts for personal phone calls, and more.  The whole concept is that if you get help finding your leads and securing them, aka building a solid downline, you will be less likely to leave the business.  And everyone else that you recruit will benefit from this as well.

Greg Montoya’s Creating Wealth From Home Pro System seems like a very helping hand if MLM is your thing.  The difficulty with MLM overall, though, is that it takes time, effort, perseverance, and lots of hard work to actually make a living doing it.  And unfortunately, sometimes that isn’t even enough.

Often times the best way to be successful with MLM is simply to get in at the top, so you have the best potential for creating a significant downline.  People joining the business at this juncture are unfortunately going to be at the bottom of the pyramid.  All of Montoya’s old customers from EcoQuest were absorbed into Vollara and all of their existing associates.

If you are genuinely looking into this opportunity to replace a job and make a livable, yearly salary, be prepared for a long, tough road.  It’s not impossible, but you’d definitely have to earn it.

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Average Rating for " Creating Wealth From Home Pro System " is 2.67 out of 5 based on 3 reviews.

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    J.S. says:

    March 31st, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    Just like I thought! As a former AMWAY (sucker) I almost lost everything. Just like AMWAY, it’s a pyramid scheme. At the beginning, you must stock your supply of products, which are expensive, then you have to create a ‘downline’. You only make money if they make money! Yes, you make money only if you were in it at the beginning, ie; top of the pyramid! This is a PYRAMID! Believe it or not. Don’t be fooled. Even the article tells you it’s a pyramid and the products are expensive, and you create your downline in order for you to make substantial income. It’s not for me and shouldn’t be for you, if you’re smart.

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    Jose says:

    August 23rd, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    As the article says, there is a huge difference between the guys at the top and the guys at the bottom of the pyramid. The guys at the top make lots of money! The guys at the bottom do a lot of work!

    I worked this business hard (60 hrs+ per week) for over a year.
    I accomplished levels, achieve accolades and bonuses, and built my team (100+) far beyond my peers whom I spoke to at meetings, on conference calls, or just spoke to in the course of doing everyday business.

    Some of the problems I ran into were:

    - The overhead costs of maintaining your distributor status with Vollara, subscriptions to Greg Montoya’s and John Bender’s Creating Wealth From Home and Ecobusiness web sites, and purchasing leads to “funnel” into the CWFH web site were very high. High enough to eat all my profits.
    This is not considered the most important aspect of this business when starting out, however, as building your team is of primary importance at the beginning stages. The expectation of profits should come into play later. The problem is the cost of doing business in CWFH is a high standard to meet indefinitely. I could not do it and I spent 23K on this business in a year according to my tax man. Granted, due to my diligence and commitment I made about $20K, but my business account dried up and I could not go any further. If doing business were not so expensive I could have continued on and perhaps been able to succeed.

    - As in the article above, the claim is made that you don’t have to resort to hounding friends and family, cold calling, approaching strangers in public places or at parties to talk business. They even say that you don’t have to even sell the business and products and to let the tools and your upline do the work. At the same time there are many training materials to improve sales techniques and I was constantly encouraged to do all the above things that I was told I would not need to do. If you are a good salesman you may be right at home with CWFH.

    - The products are expensive. The value may or may not be there depending on your point of view and therein lies the problem. If you can’t get someone to agree with the value of these products to the point of spending a lot of money on them and have the confidence they can do the same with others, you have a major problem. In these tough times it’s hard to get people to let go of hundreds or thousands of dollars when they can get by without having to do so. Remember, the growth of your team and your income depends on not just you being able to get people to loosen up their grip on their hard earned dollars, but in turn your new team mates being able to do the same with others. For me, no matter how many I signed up (and some were quality people) and how hard I worked with my new recruits, I could not get the duplication I had hoped for.

    - The support I got in this business was very good initially. I had one of the top guys in the company as my sponsor and attended several meetings with Greg Montoya and other high profile people in the company on numerous occasions. At first all the promises were true. I was told I could call anytime for assistance, I could conference in my prospects for help answering questions, etc., and that I could freely ask any questions or bring up difficulties I was having in our team conference calls. Those promises dissolved over time and eventually when I called for help my sponsor was more “frustrated” than helpful and took exception to my honest description of a problem I or one of my team was having.
    This lack of support really had a stifling effect on my ability to continue with this business even if I wanted to. I would have had to somehow switch to a more supportive lead and I don’t think that was going to happen.

    - Ethically, I’m not sure I could continue in this business even if I had succeeded knowing what I know now. My success would have to depend on the hard work spawned on the hopes and dreams of sincere people that have a very slim chance of succeeding. Often they would be ‘investing’ monies that could have been spent more prudently. Sure I think it is great to bet on yourself but in this case that bet is a long shot in my opinion. I am a Christian, as are many in this business, and this business model reminds me of the Scribes mentioned in the gospel of Mark ch 12 who don’t mind even the poorest giving EVERYTHING to maintain the lifestyles of the elite.

    Do I believe success in this business is possible? Anything is possible but not likely unless you have a ton of money, commitment, and time, and are prepared for the hard road ahead. There is plenty of ‘blood, sweat, and tears’ to be had along the way.
    I have seen new people achieve a measure of success but they came from other MLM companies and brought their down-line with them.
    I also think that there are some incredible talented business people out there that could possibly make a good go of this business and they are the ones you would be hoping to recruit under you. However, these people are very few and far between and are normally going to be quite busy succeeding at the business they are already working at. In other words, they are usually busy succeeding and not normally looking to join your team.

    If you do decide to try to succeed with the Creating Wealth From Home business, I wish you all the best.

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    Frank says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 1:25 pm

    I could not have said it better. I put everything I had into this business, almost lost my home and I’m still now fighting to keep it. Very few people ever succeed in mlm business Don’t get sucked in. Only the people at the very top get rich and it’s because of people like us that make them rich.

  • latisha says:

    March 10th, 2012 at 5:37 pm

    is greg montoya home system a scam?because i have wasted a lot of money on things like this and i dont want to do it anymore.and theres alot of scam on things like this and i just dont know who 2 trust.so should i trust greg montoya home system? yes or no.

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    anti pyramid says:
    March 17th, 2013 at 12:08 pm

    its a pyramid scam!

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    John Long says:

    December 6th, 2011 at 11:57 pm

    I’ve been involved with CWFH and Vollara for several months now. I have to agree with the article. It is a legitimate business and there are great tools at your disposal to generate real leads. The training is very in-depth, with tons of resources, scripts, support, etc. Greg has really thought of just about everything when creating this system and it seems to keep getting better. Scripts are being updated and there are live events where veterans make real-time calls that you can listen in on.

    The truth is, it is a commitment. I can see that it will take time and effort to first get good at the system, then get in a position that earns a full-time income. But that is explained right up front. It’s not hidden in a disclaimer, but brought to light several times as you look into the program, speak to your business partner, and get into training.

    What is very helpful is that the products are top of the line and very profitable. You have something real to share with people that will help them live healthier lives. No question about it.

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