Escape International Review – Is Escape And Aisle 19 The Real Deal?

By:Jaime Soriano July 14, 2010

MLM Reviews

If you are reading this article, chances are you’re looking for some information about Escape International, or Aisle 19, and the business opportunity it provides. In this short article, I’ll go into the company, the products, the compensation plan and whether or not Escape International is a scam or not.

Escape International is a company that markets various products through a network marketing distribution model. Some of these products include health and wellness products, travel discounts, telecom services, cosmetics and online shopping discounts. Their online shopping division, known as Aisle 19, also happens to be their most popular and marketed service.

Escape International was founded in 2001. The company started, and is currently headquartered, in Michigan.  David A. Rutz, founder and CEO, is a network marketing veteran, and has had success with two other well known network marketing companies. In 2007, the company was featured on the Inc 5,000 (ranked #688 out of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in America).

As far as the Escape’s products go, they cover several different products from different industries, including travel, nutrition and telecommunications. But by far, their most popular service is Aisle 19. With Aisle 19, a customer can get discounts and cash back when they shop with over 600 retailers. Some of these retailers include Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Old NAvy and more.

What makes their business opportunity attractive to the masses, is that you can become an Escape IBO (independent business owner) for free. You simply have to be invited, or sponsored, by another Escape IBO, and you’re ready to start building your business.

The Escape compensation plan operates on a unilevel platform and offers 5 different ways to make money. These different ways include: Retail profits, fast start bonuses, residual income, car allowance and revenue sharing. It seems that there is a good balance of upfront income and back-end residual income.

In closing, Escape International is not a scam but a solid and credible opportunity. However, simply joining the company does not guarantee you success. Ultimately, your success will depend on your ability to sponsor new people and obtain new customers. And, accomplishing these two tasks will depend on your ability to generate leads. Without leads, you will have an extremely hard time building a solid business.

I recommend that you find and use a self branded attraction marketing system that will allow you to professionally brand yourself and enable you to generate leads on a daily basis. If you do that, you can be on your way to building a wildly profitable business.

Jaime Soriano wrote this Escape International Review for people looking into the Escape opportunity. Sadly, most Escape reps will never achieve the success they want because they lack the marketing skills needed to sponsor 10-20 reps a month. To see how you can generate an endless flow of leads for your Escape business, visit Jaime’s MLM Training

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