The Global Pro System is an online marketing system which claims they “have it all,” meaning all the tools you will need for successful online sales and marketing of a multi level marketing opportunity.
According to the website, all you have to do is “load in your contacts, sit back, and let the Email Success Line Marketing do the work for you.” In addition, while their system is doing everything for you, you can take advantage of their advanced training.
Visitors who are interested in the tools and program that Global Pro System has to offer can try them out for an initial charge of just $9.95, which gets you an informational kit and a 14 day trial.
Global Pro System is a system of tools for marketing and sales of Vemma. Vemma is a company which sells nutritional supplements, specifically an antioxidant rich juice based on the mangosteen fruit, as well as other vitamins, minerals, and aloe.
In addition, Vemma is also an MLM opportunity, a type of independent business opportunity which is best known for its members earning money for recruiting new representatives in addition to selling their products.
Global Pro System is partnered up with Vemma and promotes itself as a company which can give its users all the things they need to be successful at MLM, including websites, lead generators, tracking and reports, training, and more.
Global Pro System seems to have a significant number of detractors who claim that is a scam, and they seem to have good reasons for their complaints. The most repeated, and perhaps most significant complaint, is their lack of transparency.
First, the only initial cost you are told about is the $9.95 for the 14 day trial, and in the fine print you may read that if you do not physically have the kit returned to the seller within the 14 day window you will be charged another $39.95.
But there are also a whole host of upsells, upgrades, and another monthly fee of $49.95 which makes this opportunity far more expensive than they tell you up front.
Another issue of transparency is that they actually do not tell what multi level marketing company they are partnered with before they ask you for your credit card number. This is always a bad sign – it means the company is betting on your inability to return the materials in time so they can get your $39.95 fee.
And finally, many customers have reported that they have had serious issues with customer service providing many different contact phone numbers which result in nothing but voicemail and no help.
Visitors who are interested in MLM should know they do not need to use Global Pro Systems; you can sign up with any MLM, including Vemma, directly.