I’m sure lots of people seen SFI’s advertisement and wondered about their service. Since I like “the free” I thought I’d check out SFI Marketing Group, and review if it’s a scam or not.
I signed up as a free member and gave it a shot.
In this SFI Marketing Group review, I will let you know the reason I opt-out.
Specs About SFI
Product Name: SFI Marketing Group
Free Access: Yes
Website URL: sfimg.com
Beginatzero.com Overall Rating: 3/10
What is SFI?
- MLM business and an Affiliate Program.
How Does It Work?
- Just like with any Network or MLM business, you recruit people to join SFI, plus you will either sell or end up buying SFI products as part of your auto-ship payment.
- Collect versa points
- Generating sales
- Sponsoring affiliates
- Supplemental income streams
How much does it cost?
- It’s free to get started.
Who can join?
I feel SFI is an MLM/Network Marketing business. I believe it will take some time to start earning income through SFI. That’s not necessarily a bad thing since they offer a free membership.
Just so you know, I personally prefer to stay away from MLM structure type businesses because you gotta deal with a downline, you have to recruit people in and most importantly I feel the products you are going to sell should be of great value.
If SFI is something you’re interested in attempting, I would highly suggest finding someone who is very experienced in SFI and who will actively help you.
The reason being is that a good support team is what will help you on your journey to success.
I know this first hand because I personally have that with a service called Wealthy Affiliate and I know how important it is to obtain help especially when you’re starting out.
SFI Has Some Good
If you think I’m going to hate on SFI, that is not the case. I do feel that SFI offers some good and that is,
- Free Membership
- Been In Business Since 1989
- Affiliates Make Money
If You Seen The Good Why Did You Opt-out
I’ve tried my share of MLM/Network Marketing businesses and it goes to the point where I just said No MLM for me.
When I went to SFI’s intro video, everything seemed clear until the CEO said something to the effect that people make SFI more complicated than it really is.
Then he showed the overview which is,
- Become an executive affiliate and remain as an affiliate every month
- Recruit 5 other affiliates using the methods
- Teach your five affiliates to do the same three steps
That’s MLM in a nutshell
- You gotta remain as an executive affiliate
- Teach and repeat
That’s the classic way an MLM business work. Remain at a level, recruit people, and repeat the steps.
He didn’t talk about their products or any other methods of making money. All SFI seems to want is people joining people.
This brought back memories of when I was in the MLM industry.
Where you would basically try to get your friends and family to join a business that they may not want to be a part of.
The Boat Load Of Information Was Off The Chain
When the video ended and I got to into the site, the information was off the chain and I don’t mean in a good way either.
I mean there is a lot of stuff to learn.
I love the idea of learning and earning, however, how much learning is there?
I could completely understand why the CEO said what he said.
Going back to the educational part of SFI Besides the intro video, there wasn’t really a guide that showed what you should do next.
I could see how people would get lost or overwhelmed.
This is why I started it’s important if you’re going to try SFI to find someone who’s experienced with their service.
Is SFI A Scam?
I wouldn’t necessarily call it a scam.
I’m not a fan of the MLM industry at all.
Usually, with these multi-level marketing businesses, they require you to buy some of their products in order for you to make money.
This is how these types of businesses stay in business. Most of the time their products are things people probably don’t necessarily want or need.
I also want to say that most MLM business has a lot of rules before you get paid. I’ve been there and experienced that as well.
It’s important to check out the rules because if you don’t, you may be doing everything you think you should be doing to make money, then they start to tell you stuff like, oh you need to do this and that first.
Just be careful and before you start paying, learn the process of what it takes to earn money with SFI.
All In All
If the boatload of information doesn’t bother you plus you think you can give it a go at SFI, this is what I suggest you do.
- All this money you think you are going to make with SFI it’s NOT going to happen overnight. It takes time to make money online so keep that in mind.
- Find an SFI Affiliate that’s been doing SFI for years.
- Ask questions like, how much is this going to cost me?
In fact, you may want to look at this article here because there are other inquiries that you may want to inquire about.
I understand it’s free to join SFI, but you have to do the math.
Plus, people have to get people into SFI, and the free alternatives they say or try to say works may not bring in as many as you think.
Most companies that run an MLM structure business usually make their money off their affiliates. It’s going to cost you money to become an affiliate with SFI even though they say it’s “free”.
If SFI Marketing Group is something you decide is not for you, I would highly suggest you check out other business opportunities.
One of the best services that I came across is a service that will show you how to build your OWN business online, plus if you’re not into the MLM like I am, this may be something for you.
There is nothing wrong with looking into all your options before you decide on what you want to do.
What is your take about SFI, Tweet me @evelynbaz!