Nspire Network Review-Is It Actually Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Nspire Network Review!

There has been a lot of vibe about this company so I decided to investigate what it was all about…

The reason you are here is probably because someone approached you about the business opportunity in person or on social media and now you want to make sure it’s actually legit right?

I have compiled all the facts about it in my Nspire Network Review so you can discover the truth for yourself!

Let’s get started.

The good news is I am going to do my best to provide you information on the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision…

Let’s take a look at it shall we?

Nspire Network Review – The Company

 

Nspire Network is the latest online opportunity to make an impression on the internet, and in this particular case, we’re dealing with a company that doesn’t offer any background information at all on their official company website.

Data on who owns Nspire Network, who runs the company, or where in the world the business is located is all absent from the official site, and this is never a good thing to see when conducting these reviews.

After doing a bit more research into Nspire Network, I was able to learn that someone by the name of Spencer Iverson was previously listed as the Founder and President. However, for some unknown reason, this information has since been taken off of the Nspire Network website

 Nspire Network is the brain child of a man named Spencer Iverson who is the Founder and President of the company.

According to Spencer’s corporate Nspire Network bio:

Iverson has built organizations of hundreds of thousands and has helped inspire millions around the world to live the lives of their dreams.

Iverson’s leadership and marketing concepts have helped companies grow their distributor and customer bases by more than 300% and increase monthly gross revenue by more than $5,000,000 – often within a matter of weeks.

Iverson has earned millions of dollars from building traditional businesses and in the industry of network marketing.

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Prior to Nspire Network, he actually held an executive and affiliate position in the travel MLM company called Paycation.

Because he launched his own venture, he has to step down from Paycation…

Spencer has been in this network marketing industry since 2008 and has been very successful at it.

In 2008 he co-founded the Millionaire Lifestyle Institute and was renamed to Worthy of Millions Institude in 2011.

In 2014 Spencer promoted Organo Gold which was a coffee based MLM company and left that to join Paycation in early 2015.

Nspire Network in 2017 is based out of Georgia in the USA.

Now, if we go deeper I found out that Nspire is credited as a subsidiary of Breakroad35 International.

JJ Javier who founded BreakRoad35 is the CEO of Nspire Network.

BreakRoad35 promotes their coffee, supplements and skin whitening bar in the Philippines and still runs today.

Overall, this company has solid leadership.

Let’s check out the products…

Nspire Network Review – The Products

Nspire Network does have some “interesting” products and I don’t think I have seen it in other MLM’s.

Here is a quick list below…

“Includes negative ion technology which has been proven to balance PH and hormone levels, helps protect against germs and bacteria, helps to reduce inflammation, fights against vaginal irritations and infections and reduces unwanted odor” ($6.40 for a pack of 8 pads).

Right now Nspire Network is going through a prelaunch.

Let’s check out the compensation plan next…

Nspire Network Compensation Plan

Because Nspire Network is still in prelaunch, they don’t have ALL the information out there, but I did have enough to do this section..

Right now I have seen 4 affiliate ranks in different Nspire Network marketing materials which look like this:

·        Star – 500 GV a month

·        Diamond – no qualification criteria provided

·        Ambassador  – 50,000 GV a month

·        Legend – 3,000,000 GV a month

All “GV” means is “Group Volume” which is sales volume generated by Nspire Network affiliates downline members.

I noticed  in between Ambassador and Legend so there must be many more…

Nspire Network Commission Qualification

To qualify to earn commissions in Nspire Network, you must generate anywhere between 25 to 100 PV per month.

Which isn’t a lot, 25 PV is roughly $28 in products…

Note that “PV” stands for personal volume and is sales volume generated by YOU through retail orders or you buying yourself.

Nspire Network Retail Commission Payout

As of right now, Nspire Network members get paid 40% commission on products sold to retail customers which includes autoship orders generated by preferred customers.

When you sponsor new people in your Nspire Network business, you can earn the following depending on which package they buy:

·        Sponsoring a Builder Package affiliate ($99) pays a $25 commission

·        Sponsoring a $299 Package affiliate pays a $75 commission

·        Sponsoring a $499 Package affiliate pays a $125 commission

Nspire Network Residual Commission (Binary Plan)

Nspire Network pays their residual commissions through a binary compensation plan structure.

This just means there are TWO legs, left and a right.

You can have unlimited members in your two legs and each week sales volume is tracked on both legs…

Once that happens, they pay you on the lesser leg and any extra volume is rolled over to the next week.

Right now, Nspire Network affiliates get paid anywhere between 10% and 24% depending on their ranks.

There is a binary commission cap of $88,000 per week for a Legend ranked member…

Nspire Network Residual Commissions (Unilevel)

You also get paid through a unilevel compensation plan and this kicks in after your first product order made by your sponsored member or a retail customer.

If you don’t know what a unilevel is, take a look at this:

·        You

·        Level 1: Personally enrolled members

·        Level 2:  Level 1’s Personally enrolled members

·        and so on…

With the information I have, you can get paid 10% to 25% of the sales volume generated through the unilevel team.

Exact numbers haven’t been published just yet…

You can get a matching bonus of up to 40% on residual commissions paid to personally sponsored members.

Nspire Network members who at least qualify at the Star (500 PV per month) and higher ranks get a share in the Global Bonus Pool.

No specifics have been mentioned on how much, but once they let the public know I will post it here.

Cost To Join Nspire Network

Cost to join Nspire Network will depend on which package you go with:

·        Builder Package – $99

·        No Name For This Yet – $299

·        Premium Package – $499

The difference between these packages is the amount of products you can get.

The moment you have been waiting for in this Nspire Network Review…

Is Nspire Network Legit Or A Scam?

If you’ve been doing your research on Nspire Network, you may have heard from some people that it’s a scam, and from other’s that it’s totally legit.

After reading my review, you might not be sure for yourself.

So, what’s really going on here?

Is Nspire Network a scam, or can you make a legit business with it?

To be honest, I am not sure Nspire Network is a complete scam.

However, I did find a few things to be aware of before you join, which will help you to be successful if you join.

Conclusion On Nspire Network

Overall, I don’t see much wrong with Nspire Network, they just have to tighten up their product claims to make sure the FDA doesn’t go after them.

The launch date for Nspire Network is March 1st, 2017 so until then you can’t really buy the products at the retail level.

This just means you can’t try it out to see how well they work for you…

Let’s face it, if you don’t believe in the product, it will be a tough sell for you.

Right now it looks like they are building up teams in Nspire Network encouraging them to build their downline.

Anyway end of the day the company seems to be legit, but too early to tell right now.

I hope you enjoyed my Nspire Network review and if you have any questions, leave them in the comments below…