Today I received the 100 day report to members email from AGLOCO. Yes, It’s been 100 days already. Where has the time gone? The 100th day of AGLOCO also marks the day I went pass 7,000 AGLOCO referrals. I’m at 7,050 referrals as I write this post.
If you haven’t received the 100 day report yet, you should be getting it in the next day or two. The report states AGLOCO has over 50,000 successful recruiters, which is company spin for saying 50,000+ of you have signed up at least one other person. The report also features a link to myself and RZ McCall as places to visit for more AGLOCO information. I don’t find this too surprising since McCall and I are like the AGLOCO poster boys. The extra traffic AGLOCO is sending this blog is considerable.
Can’t Stop It Even If I Wanted To
I have built my AGLOCO network to the point where it cannot be stop even if I wanted to (which I don’t). Right now, I don’t have to do anything with it and the network will continue to grow. That is the beauty of the AGLOCO setup. I only have to do the work once and I could reap rewards from it for a long time to come. Passive income is the best type of income.
Who’s Pyramid Are You In?
I’ve been hearing a lot of talk about AGLOCO being a pyramid scheme and I just have to laugh. It is very clear to me that most people do not know the definition of a pyramid scheme. Actually, it doesn’t matter if they know or not because most are ignorant of the fact that they are already in one.
Ask the average person the street what a pyramid scheme is and the most common response you’ll get is, “The person at the top makes money off the people at the bottom, the people at the bottom makes very little and can never make more than the person at the top.”
Sounds like a very educated response, doesn’t it? If that had been your answer then my question to you would be, “Why don’t you explain to me the organizational structure of the place you work at?”
Let’s see, the guy at the top makes money off the people at the bottom – true. The people at the bottom makes very little – also true. The people at the bottom can never make more than the person at the top – true again.
Another reply people give for the definition of a pyramid scheme is you have to pay to get in. How does this relate to a job? Well, did you have to pay to get that programming job at Google or was your college education free?
Things became really clear when you can see the big picture.
If anything, AGLOCO is the complete opposite of a pyramid scheme. It’s completely free to join and you can beat the guy at the top if you want to. I beat the person who signed me up within days of joining and I have no doubt that someone in my network will beat me. That someone could be you.