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For more information about Numis Network and David Wood, visit http://workwithdavidwood.com/numis-network-review-mlm-network-marketing/

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  • 1. A Numis NetworkReview FromSomeone WhoThought He’dNEVER Join…By David Wood
  • 2. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI’ve been hesitating to write this reviewfor the last week, because of thecontroversy and pain of dealing with allof the comments that reviews of thisnature create
  • 3. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodHowever, because of certain things that Isaid over the last couple of months, I findthat it would be useful to bring out in theopen
  • 4. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodA discussion of ‘The Numis Network‘from the perspective of someone whonot only thought he’d never join, but wasan open, public critic of the company.
  • 5. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe Numis Network Is An InterestingAnimal
  • 6. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIt’s actually funny to watch theemotional, knee jerk reactions that bothmyself, and hundreds of other peoplehave had to this company.
  • 7. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodNumis seems to spark morecontroversy, critics, and on the flip side –fanatical promoters, than any MLMcompany that has emerged either on oroff the internet for the last 20 or 30years.
  • 8. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn fact, when I first became aware of thecompany, I thought it was the stupidestthing that I had ever seen.
  • 9. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI wrote a review bashing it, told peoplenot to join it, told people I didn’t think itwould last, and here’s the funny thing…
  • 10. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David Wood…I gave people a million and one reasonswhy they shouldn’t buy numismatic coins– as if I knew something about theindustry and was some kind of coinexpert.
  • 11. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodSound familiar?
  • 12. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodSometimes the responsibility of a leaderin this industry, and also a leader in lifeis to be willing to step down and admitthat he is wrong.
  • 13. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe fact is, as a leader in this industry, Ishould have never, ever criticized acompany that I knew so little about.
  • 14. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodHowever, I wanted to take some time toaddress some of the specific criticismthat I brought out, AND that has beenraised by others.
  • 15. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David Wood“So Why The Heck Does Numis AttractSo Much Criticism?”
  • 16. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe first thing that I would like to addressis why The Numis Network creates suchdramatic criticism in the first place,something that if you’ve found your wayto this review, you’ve probably noticed.
  • 17. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn fact, never in the last seven years inthis industry have I ever seen a companythat creates such massive controversy.
  • 18. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI recently found out that hundreds ofindustry leaders privately thought thatmy lastcompany, iLearningGlobal, wouldn’t last –but for some reason no one criticizedit, ever.
  • 19. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn fact, not only did they not criticize it,there was no information on theinternet, anywhere, from anyone whowasn’t a distributor.
  • 20. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe reality is – people criticize what theydon’t understand and they are afraidof. Why would someone be afraid ofNumis?
  • 21. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodBecause it’s growing so fast that peoplefrom all kinds of Network Marketingcompanies are both joining, and takingtheir downline with them.
  • 22. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWhen I was in iLearningGlobal, I got 5-10phone calls a day for a month straightasking my opinion on The NumisNetwork, and I had someone quitting mybusiness and joining it at least every 3days.
  • 23. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI promise you, the reason people whoknow absolutely nothing about thecompany (which is most of them) aresimply afraid that their downline is goingto leave, is for good reasons.
  • 24. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI wanted to take a second topublicly apologize for beingan ‘ignorant‘ scaredy cat.
  • 25. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David Wood“What About The Coins?Aren’t They A Rip-Off?”
  • 26. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodOne of the funniest things about networkmarketers who take a look at Numis isthe questions that they ask that theynever bring up about any other companyin the industry.
  • 27. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodFor example, I was talking to a distributorin a juice company last week who said ‘Iwould never buy over-priced coins‘.
  • 28. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodAt the same time they were both sellingand buying a couple hundred dollarsworth of juice per month – amounting toa grand total of about two gallons ofproduct.
  • 29. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodNow, I would never criticize a juicecompany, and I buy some of thoseproducts myself – but does that evenmake sense as a distributor in thisindustry?
  • 30. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodFrom a consumer perspective, it’s a validquestion – but if you’re in networkmarketing, don’t be crazy. In my lastcompany, I was marketing a personaldevelopment service that cost $179 permonth where you could get almost all of theinformation on YouTube for free.
  • 31. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodHundreds of new people weresubscribing on a monthly basis who feltthat it was worth it.
  • 32. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWhen I was in my last company, I wasspending $250 per month on an auto-ship for about the same amount ofvitamins that I could get at my localhealth food store for $50.
  • 33. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodNow, they may have been BETTERvitamins – but let’s stop beinghypocrites, ok?
  • 34. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe amount of people on the internetthat have never made a dime in networkmarketing that all of the sudden claim tobe ‘coin’ experts is astounding.
  • 35. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodDid you know that no-one ever made astatue to celebrate the accomplishmentsof someone who wasted their daycriticizing things they don’t understand?
  • 36. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodSo what about the actual value of theproduct? The ‘value’ of a product is whatsomeone is willing on a large scale to payfor it – it’s a simple phenomenonof supply and demand.
  • 37. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe reality that I didn’t want to admitwhen I took a look at the company –because I was never a coin collector – isthat the Numismatic product niche is a$100 billion worldwide market.
  • 38. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodOne of our partners, MikeMezack, PERSONALLY does more than$100 million in sales for this exactproduct annually – and there arehundreds of thousands of people whoare more than happy to pay for it.
  • 39. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThere was a guy in my old team (no-mentioning names here, because he’s acool guy) who went off on me about howit’s ‘unethical‘ to sell numismatic coinsand he could never do it because of hisfantastic ‘ethics‘.
  • 40. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWell, it just so happens that this guy hasalso never made more than maybe $100a month in network marketing
  • 41. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn five months sponsored a grand total ofone distributor, and every single otherperson that he had in his team – Ipersonally put there, for a grand total ofabout 15 people.
  • 42. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodNow, I LIKE this guy – he’s cool, and I dobelieve he can and will succeed in thisindustry (or I wouldn’t have put people inhis team), but don’t give me bull-crap.
  • 43. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David Wood“Is Numis An Investment?David X Seems To Say That Numis Reps Are ‘Claiming’It’s an investment.”
  • 44. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodOne of my biggest hang ups when I firstlooked at The Numis Network was that Ijust couldn’t figure out why someonewould pay $99 for a coin that had around$18 of silver in it.
  • 45. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI was looking at it through the eyes of aprecious metal investor – and the fact is,that I had never even watched an entirebusiness presentation from the companyand I had no idea what the word‘numismatic’ meant.
  • 46. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodFunny enough, when I finally did, Inoticed that not just once, but at leastthree times throughout the course of thepresentation, that not only did the repspecifically mention that Numis is NOT aninvestment….
  • 47. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David Woodbut that there was a whole five minutesection of the presentation dedicated toexplaining the exact difference betweenan ‘investment’ and a ‘collectible’.
  • 48. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodBecause we can legally make a statement‘historically, the value of these coins hasincreased’ DOES NOT mean we are evenremotely claiming that it is some kind ofinvestment – so stop being an idiot.
  • 49. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodDavid X is known now in our inner circleas ‘The Coin Messiah’ or ‘TCM’ becauseof his desire to ‘save everyone‘ frombuying numismatics.(As a side note – I like David, and I don’t think he’sintentionally being ignorant – I think he’s just spoken out andnow maybe his pride is in the way).
  • 50. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodSee, once I actually saw thepresentation, I got it right away –because I’ve been collecting things mywhole life.
  • 51. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWhen I was about 8 years old, I startedcollecting comic books, and today thatcollection is probably worth $20-$30thousand dollars.
  • 52. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIf I told you ‘historically, comic bookshave gone up in value…’ would you thinkthat I was an investment advisor?No!
  • 53. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodSo stop trying to pretend that Numis repsare proposing investments, when onevery page of our websites (and for fiveminutes in the presentation) we explainthe exact difference betweeninvestments and collectibles.
  • 54. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodCollectibles DO go up in value, it mightnot be in 5 years, 10, or even 15, but mydad had a mint condition copy ofSpiderman #1.
  • 55. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThat book is now worthover $4,500 becauseover time, collectiblesget more rare.
  • 56. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodDo you see how silly the whole‘investment’ objection is?
  • 57. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIt doesn’t even remotely make senseunless you’re trying to say that thecompany does the EXACT OPPOSITE ofwhat is right on the front of theirwebsites.
  • 58. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David Wood“Hasn’t This Been Tried Before?I Knew A Guy Who’s Best Friends DadLost His Shirt In A Coin Deal”
  • 59. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodNo. In fact, when I looked into thecompany – I thought that it had becauseI’ve seen ‘Gold and Silver’ deals go underbefore.
  • 60. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe critical difference is that thosecompanies were dealing in an entirelydifferent product niche.
  • 61. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThey were marketing ungraded bullioncoins for an unwarranted mark-up inprice.
  • 62. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn fact, I’ve sponsored several people intoNumis that were in ‘Gold Unlimited’ inthe 90′s, and from what I understand,what we do couldn’t be further fromwhat has happened in the past.
  • 63. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe Numis Network markets Gold andSilver NUMISMATIC coins graded by thethree most respected grading agencies inthe world.
  • 64. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWe market a LEGITIMATE product thatpeople are already spending money on,at competitive market prices.
  • 65. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWhich is not just different from what youhave seen, it is an entirely different kindof industry from anything that has hit theNetwork Marketing model in the last120+ years of this industry.
  • 66. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWe are a ‘first mover’.
  • 67. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David Wood“Isn’t The ‘Executive Kit’ Just An ExcuseTo Pass Money Around?”
  • 68. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodOne of the things that I criticized aboutthe Numis Network when I first looked atit was that it seemed that 90% of theincome came from something called a‘coded’ bonus.
  • 69. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWell, the coded bonus is created fromthe sale of ‘The Executive Kit’ whenyou’re enrolling a distributor for $495and they purchase the ‘Fast TrackCollectors Kit’.
  • 70. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodLen Clements (a well known networkmarketing analyst) said that the value ofthe actual sign up is questionable, andthat it could be viewed as something thatjust exists for the sake of compensation.
  • 71. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThat would be valid if there wasn’tactual, tangible value in the enrollmentkit.
  • 72. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodAs a distributor who has purchased thekit – I can tell you nothing could befurther from reality. Let me just give youa couple of examples.
  • 73. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn my last company, iLearningGlobal, Ihad to manually enter all of mydistributor’s information into a contactmanagement system just to be able toemail my downline and keep them in theloop of what we’re doing as a team.
  • 74. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodA chore that took at a minimum 2, andusually 5 hours a week and cost me anextra $50 per month – or $600 per year.
  • 75. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodJust ONE of the things that is included inthat $495 signup is a BBS system that Iwould have gladly paid $495 for by itselfjust to save the time, not to mention theactual savings from the system itself asthe team expands.
  • 76. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI also had to completely design a salesfunnel from the ground up in thatcompany, where in Numis, they have apre-designed custom internet marketingsales funnel that’s included.
  • 77. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIN ADDITION, the most professionalcustomer website I’ve ever had.
  • 78. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodA website that I have ACTUALLY hadcustomers just go to and buy productbecause that Mike Mezack guy is so goodat selling
  • 79. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn fact, as a distributor, I’d have to saythat the $495 distributor enrollment isgoing to save me $5,000 a year inpointless fees and systems that I wouldhave to pay for elsewhere, but don’tneed at all as a Numis rep.
  • 80. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodPLUS, you get a perfect Mint State 70Silver American Eagle (retail value of$125) with the $495 distributor kit
  • 81. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWhen I was in a vitamin company, I hadto pay $1,000 for the vitamins when Ijoined and order another $500 in salestools – and I GLADLY paid.
  • 82. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIt made me money, I just don’t need anyof that ‘extra’ stuff here – because it’sincluded.
  • 83. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIf you buy a Subway franchise, it costsover $20,000. PLUS you’ve got to payoverrides every month to the Subwaycorporation, rent space, and pay foremployees – now THAT’S passing moneyaround.
  • 84. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe ‘Numis Doesn’t Have ResidualIncome‘ Myth
  • 85. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWhen I first saw Numis, I called anindustry leader (who shall remainanonymous), and asked him what hethought, and he said something that Ithought was fascinating.
  • 86. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodHe said ‘In my opinion, you can’t mark upa fixed priced product enough to pay adownline’.
  • 87. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWell, when I first wrote a review onNumis, I mentioned how the residualincome is crappy because they are onlypaying out about 30% of the ACTUALMONEY SPENT on the flagship product –the MS70 Silver American Eagle.
  • 88. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWell, I was right about the 30% part(they pay 50% of BV, and there is 60 BVpoints from one MS70 Silver Coin thatcosts $99).
  • 89. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodYou see, I was comparing the payout ofNumis to the payout of juicecompanies, vitamin companies, and mycompany, which range from 40%-60%.
  • 90. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI pointed out how, magnified over a teamof thousands of people, 30% seemed likea lot less money.
  • 91. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWell, if retention rates were all the same,that would be completely true, and ifNumis didn’t have a coded bonus (moreon that in a bit), you would need quite alot of people to make a significantmonthly income.
  • 92. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWhat I wasn’t admitting, however, is thewhole myth of residual income in mostcompanies isn’t really true, anyways.
  • 93. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodFor example, in my last company, I wastold we had a company wide retentionrate of 93%, which if it had been 100%accurate, the residuals from that productwould have been absolutely astounding.
  • 94. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWhat I wasn’t aware of, though, that Ifound out when the company closeddown, is that we ACTUALLY had a93% monthly retention rate (bigdifference)
  • 95. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn the Network Marketing industry, 93%monthly retention is actually prettygood. (Now to be fair on myself, I think Ihad a bit better retention thanaverage, but still…)
  • 96. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI built a team of around 1000 people in awell known vitamin company, years ago,and today I still have that business. THEONLY people that are still on an autoshipare people that had life changing productexperiences.
  • 97. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodAll of the ‘I take vitamins, and feel great’people have canceled their productorders, one by one and now there isa grand total of MAYBE 30-40 people whogot ‘cured’ of something for taking them(don’t tell the FDA).
  • 98. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI talked to Ray Higdon, one of thefounding distributors here at The NumisNetwork, and he has had right around a94% total persistency for 8 months in hisbusiness.
  • 99. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThat’s A LOT better than a 93% MONTHLYretention, and a LOT better than you’llget in any vitamin company in the world.
  • 100. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodSometimes, LESS is more – as is the casewith this. Why aren’t people cancelingtheir autoship?
  • 101. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI guess there’s something that’s cool andattractive about getting pure, MintCondition Gold and Silver coins in themail every month
  • 102. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodPeople don’t feel like they’re spendingmoney, they feel like they’re purchasing avaluable collection of assets – BIGDIFFERENCE
  • 103. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodHere’s the COOL thing…Residuals are just an ‘EXTRA’ bonus inThe Numis Network…
  • 104. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodSo people are keeping their auto-ship,because getting Gold and Silver in themail is ‘cool‘ For whatever reason, it’s stillhappening, which is getting me pumpedjust thinking about it.
  • 105. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodHere’s the best part about Numis……residuals are just ‘extra’ here.
  • 106. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodYou see, in most actual MLMcompanies, there are no residuals –incomes are formed and maintained bysystems that keep people flowing in tothe company faster than they leave.
  • 107. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThat’s not residual income, it’s‘promotional’ income. REAL residuals inmost companies are actually quite small(with a few big exceptions), becausepeople don’t like being on auto-ships
  • 108. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodSo when they decide not to build adownline, they cancel their productorder, which happens about 85% of thetime within 12 months.
  • 109. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWell, in The Numis Network – peopleLIKE their autoship.
  • 110. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThey’re building value every month, butaside from that, it’s totally irrelevant inmy opinion. Because the ‘Coded’ bonuspays so much danged money out if you’regrowing at all, the residuals are just anice, extra bonus.
  • 111. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodLet’s face it, residuals take forever tobuild. I want to make money now, don’tyou?
  • 112. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIf you’re critical of the coded bonus, Iunderstand. I didn’t understand it eitherwhen I looked at it, and I didn’t know myhistory.
  • 113. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe coded bonus was innovated by acompany called ExcelTelecommunications in the 90′s, whichwas the fastest growing MLM company inthe history of America, hitting $1 billionin sales four times faster than Microsoft.
  • 114. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe top earner in Excel earned $1.7million per month for 18 monthsstraight, 95% of which came from a‘coded bonus’ written almost ‘exactly’like the bonus in Numis.(We’ve made some improvements, and we have residuals, too – which Exceljust didn’t have…)
  • 115. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI can’t say exactly how much I made myfirst week in business, but I’ll tell youthis…
  • 116. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThat ‘coded’ bonus made me moremoney in my first 14 days than I evermade in a month in my last MLMcompany after SIX MONTHS ofaggressively building.
  • 117. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIt’s VERY, VERY cool – and we payit weekly.
  • 118. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWith Numis, people have the ability togenerate commissions quickly, becauselet’s face it – we’re in this industry tocreate wealth……or are you just here to ‘piddle around‘?
  • 119. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodMy Final Thoughts
  • 120. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe reality is, even thought people aren’twilling to admit the simple truth
  • 121. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe Numis Network is growinglike a wild, uncontrollable fire.
  • 122. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn this, or any other profit drivenindustry, you can either get involved with anidea that is moving on it’s own, or you can dowhat I tried to do in my last venture – whichis to FORCE an idea that nobody gets into theminds of the mass populace.
  • 123. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThat’s hard – and it doesn’t work for theaverage person.
  • 124. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodThe Numis Network is hot. It’smoving. It’s easy for the average personto explain – COMMISSIONS can begenerated quickly if you’re producing,and let’s face it…
  • 125. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David Wood…getting Gold and Silver in the mail everymonth is just cool. It’s almost like wehave an extra paycheck once per month…
  • 126. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodWe get paid weekly through all of ourways of earning – and monthly on anautoship of Gold and Silver.
  • 127. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodAs my good friend, Larry Beacham, a GREATNetwork Marketing leader says:“Everyone sells something – why not sellmoney?Everyone collects something – why notcollect money?”
  • 128. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodI believe that The Numis Network is MYFIRST legitimate chance to build a teamof 100,000 distributors in the networkmarketing industry!
  • 129. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIt’s the only thing that I’ve ever been apart of that ACTUALLY duplicates, and I’mjust flat excited. My PRODUCT ismoney – and I’m proud of it.
  • 130. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIf you’re on the fence, get back to theperson who invited you to view thisarticle, and find out how you can lock in aspot.
  • 131. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodTiming in this, and in life, is critical.I’ll look forward to working with you.
  • 132. A Numis Network Review From Someone Who Thought He’d NEVER Join…By David WoodIn Prosperity,David WoodFor more information, check outhttp://workwithdavidwood.com/numis-network-review-mlm-network-marketing/

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