Total Takeover Review – I Am Not An Affiliate!

total takeover reviewRecently, I was pitched (quite heavily) on Facebook for the latest and greatest “ground floor” business opportunity.

And that opportunity is Total Takeover.

Now, I want to be clear that I am not promoting this business opportunity because I decided not to join (more details on this below).

In this Total Takeover Review, I will tell you what I know about the opportunity and why I decided not to join it.

If you want to watch video instead of read my post, you can see my youtube video below:


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What Is Total Takeover?

Like I already said, I found out about this business opportunity as it was being promoted heavily in the Facebook groups.

In addition to this, I was also pitched directly on it.

Total Takeover is currently in the pre-launch phase and launches properly on January 26th 2015.

The opportunity has been created by Wallace Nuanez, Dave Lear and Val Smyth and these guys have been in Network Marketing/MLM for a while.

Specifically, Dave Lear and Wallace Nuanez have been in quite a few companies in the past including FGXpress, Brain Abundance, Organo Gold and Empower Network (now marketed mainly using iPas2).

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Unfortunately it looks like there has been a lot of opportunity hopping going on between all 3 owners in the past.

Last year, Val Smyth launched a company called “The Legends Network” with Bob Bremmer, however it failed to gain too much traction.

Having said that it’s still going.

From first glance it looks like Total Takeover is trying to succeed where The Legends Network couldn’t.

I am going to get into explaining about the products but first explain to me a bit of a “red flag”.

The big hype for the opening of this opportunity is “getting in on the ground floor”.

I personally find this thinking very premature because it attracts a lot of “opportunity seekers” who are constantly chasing after the next shiny object.

Let’s get onto the product line.

What Are The Products?

What I disliked most during my investigation was the vague explanation of the products.

Essentially, the products are intended to be digital information training products for internet marketing and network marketing success.

I’ve also heard that they intend to record interviews from the top network marketers that you can learn from.

Whilst there is nothing wrong with this, it’s difficult to get excited when it’s just an idea.

The main push is to get in on the “ground floor” opportunity.

I always find it cringe-worthy when that is the “main sell” because you should join an opportunity that has “awesome products” that sell themselves.

How Much Does It Cost?

Apparently it costs $89.95 to become an affiliate for Total Takeover.

It remains to be seen whether the investment is worth this amount.

However, there could be upsells to watch out for.

I will update this Total Takeover Review when I have further information on the products and upsells.

Total Takeover Review: What About The Compensation Plan?

Ok, so now I want to talk about the Total Takeover Compensation Plan.

Like I mentioned before, you need to pay the monthly cost of $89.95 and this qualifies you to take part.

Before you earn commissions, you need to have recruited at least 2 people.

Now, the nest bit sounds quite similar to Empower Network…

You pass up your 2nd and 4th members to your upline/sponsor and these members must be active for you to make progress.

For your own downline (that isn’t passed up), you make $45 per signup.

Another thing that is quite good is that you earn $20 from the members that you passup so there is some income generated from them. Pretty neat.

Now, on top of all of this, there is a Matrix Compensation Plan which is a 2 x 10 matrix in which Total Takeover gives you $1 for every signup.

This is every signup in your downline and the matrix runs 10 levels deeps.

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Is There A Total Takeover Scam?

It’s difficult to give a proper answer when the company is in pre-launch, but there is a good choice that this is not a scam.

Having said that, it doesn’t mean that you should join.

If it’s anything like The Legends Network then the quality of the products and the opportunity could not be that great.

So, no. There may not be a Total Takeover Scam, however you need to make sure that you are not buying into the hype.

And you need to make sure you aren’t joining a business opportunity that is low quality.

Because this will effect you the most, not the owners.

You are the one that is spending the money after all.

Saturation can also be a problem and so I recommend that you avoid this by branding yourself.

For example, I found out about this opportunity because people were pitching on Facebook.

However, this was not attractive and it didn’t make me want to join.

But if you want to get people to join this business opportunity or any other, you need to put your own sales funnel together.

See below where I give more training on this.

We have seen what happens when business opportunities get saturated.

They become more and more difficult to promote as shown from something like DubLi which i reviewed here.

How To Actually Make Money In This Nice?

I am not going to sell you into my own business opportunity because I am quite picky about who I take on.

However, you can contact me if you need a proper system for making money online.

Also, I provide a killer free training series where I show everything I do to get results with my online business.

And this is how I hit the leaderboard in any opportunity that I am in.

You can grab my free training series below and it won’t cost you a dime.

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If you do decide to join Total Takeover then this free training series will also help you with that.

Or any business opportunity for that matter.

I show how to drive traffic, get content ranked in the search engines and about all the different online business models.

It’s free as well so there is no risk.

I hope my Total Takeover Review has been helpful for you.

Whilst it may not be a scam, it doesn’t mean that you should join so just be careful.

Have you joined Total Takeover?

If so, what has your experience been like?

Let me know in the comments section below.

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