Polaris Global Review-Not A Scam, But?
Is Polaris Global a scam? The short and to the point answer is NO! However, if you’re researching mlm companies because you’re considering starting your own business, you make sure to read this Polaris Global review thoroughly. Why? Because no matter what your education level is when it comes to mlm, you may not know or understand what this company is really all about.
Polaris Global-History and Leadership
Polaris Global opened its doors in 2009, that is, as Polaris Global. The company has actually been around since 2001leads.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Polaris-Global-review.png" width="164" height="112" /> but back then it was called Liberty League International. Now some people think that when a company, especially an mlm company, changes their name it must mean they’ve been doing something not exactly above board. Well, that’s not quite it.
Polaris Global is run by Rachel Oliver and Shane Krider. Both have similar backgrounds as far as business and success goes but they come from very different backgrounds. They’re not even from the same country. They were both very successful in direct sales and became millionaires before they turned 35.
Polaris Global-The Products
From here through the end of this Polaris Global review you will begin to see the differences between Polaris Global Marketing and the majority of other mlm companies. This company has just 4 products. Those products are personal development and big ticket events. Well, you think, they sure would have to pump up the volume to produce some acceptable, big time numbers.
Not really because the products they sell range from $1695 to $16,245. Now, while you catch your breath I will tell you that those are the retail prices:) I’ll give you the specifics coming up but you do have to give Polaris Global credit for one thing and that is that they are not ashamed of those prices. It’s not like they try to reel you in first and then spring the numbers on you. They’re right there for all the world to see on their website.
The low end, for lack of a better term, product is a 12 month personal development course which is delivered in thirds and is called Beyond freedom Evolution. The rest of the products are live events. The first is a one day event called Foundation Live in Sydney, Australia for $1695 retail/$1295 wholesale. I’m assuming wholesale is for people who become distributors.
The second event is a 3 day gig in Thailand called Sovereign Live for $9,995 retail/$7,995 wholesale and the topper of the toppers is a 5 day thingy in Tahiti for only $16,245 retail/$12,995 wholesale.
Polaris Global-Getting Started and The Compensation Plan
The only way you can get started with Polaris Global is through a distributor (which is a good thing) so your first task is to find one if you’re interested. I don’t have any details on the compensation plan either as the distributor holds all of that knowledge. So here is where it all comes to light.
I’m not going to recommend whether you get involved with Polaris Global or not. What I am going to do is make some truthful statements and you’ll have to judge for yourself. I said up top that Polaris Global is not a scam and that they changed their name around 2009 from Liberty League International.
They went through some accusations resulting in charges of being a pyramid scheme in earlier times and ending up settling in at least one case in Arizona. I also mentioned in the beginning that Polaris Global was unlike the majority of other mlm companies. You’ve probably figured out what that difference is, if you haven’t it’s the high ticket items. That makes this company what is called a Top Tier company. A Top Tier company’s reps don’t depend on residual income like lower priced mlm company reps do. They make all of their money up front.
In a Top Tier company the cost to get started is much higher than a normal mlm company. I don’t believe Top Tier companies are for the majority of people because the cost is just too much.
The Polaris Global company leadership has been linked to Scientology and accused of being a front for Scientology. I don’t know if this is true and I really don’t care.
I am a great believer in self improvement or development, motivation and success. I know a lot about success and motivational principles and the majority of them I learned at the local library.