An Unbiased Third Party Review Of The Global Information Network From Someone Who Didn’t Join

By:Jaime Soriano August 16, 2011

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Global Information Network

Global Information Network

If you’re reading this review, chances are you’re looking to join The Global Information Network (GIN) and you’re searching for more information before you do so. If that’s the case, go ahead and go over this entire review as I will touch on who they are, what they sell and the business opportunity they have for their members. Before proceeding, I want to disclose that I’m not a member or distributor of The Global Information Network so you can be sure that you’ll be getting an unbiased perspective on them.

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Who Is The Global Information Network And What Do They Sell?

If you’re doing some due diligence before joining, it probably makes sense to know some background information on them. Well, to be honest, it’s really not clear who they are. It’ also not clear whether or not they’re even a network marketing company. According to their official website, the people who are behind Global Information Network are high-ranking members of several secret-society groups. Some of these groups include The Bilderberg Group, The Freemasons, Skull and Bones and The Illuminati. To add to the mystique of the company, the website goes on to say that the group was encouraged to form by billionaires, royalty, former heads of government and scientists… all of which do not have an “official” connection to the company.

The group sells private memberships to a wide array of information that is said to be secrets that the wealthy class has used for centuries to keep the working class uninformed. Some of the topics covered in the memberships include money-making opportunities, asset protection, health information and “secrets” of the secret societies. While they offer several different memberships, they only give information for the Level 1 membership. All the other memberships are labeled “Classified”.

How Do You Make Money With Global Information Network?

The compensation plan is pretty straight forward. For every $1,000 Level 1 membership that you personally sell, you’ll make a $200 commission. You’ll also make a $200 commission from every Level 1 membership sold by one of your personally sponsored affiliates. It also mentions on the website that you’ll get paid from the $150 monthly membership fee from members of your organization. There’s really not much else available on the compensation plan since the commissions they pay on the other membership levels are not disclosed.

Is Global Information Network A Scam?

While there is obviously a shroud of secrecy and mystery around GIN, I would not necessarily call it a scam. It may very well be a solid business opportunity. The actual compensation plan looks pretty lucrative since it’s a high-ticket type business model. One thing is for sure, if you want to sponsor a lot of affiliates into your team, you’ll want to generate leads online. If you can generate leads online and incorporate some effective offline marketing, you may very well be on your way to building a nice income from home.

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