With damn near every sickness and disease rising out of control in this country, many people are turning to their doctors and local pharmacies for relief. You know the deal, go to the doctor, tell him/her what problems you are having, and blam! Take some pills so you can get better. It’s probably the easiest thing for the doctors to do, just give you some pills and everything will be fine (while big Pharma lines their pockets). You may or may not have insurance, but I’m sure you know how high the costs of prescription pills are. That’s why I like what ProvisionRX is doing, and why I’m writing this review. I’m in no way involved with this company, but I want to give you the goods so you know if this company is right for you, and if you can indeed make a nice income with them.
What is ProvisionRX?
ProvisionRx is a new multi level marketing company that gives it’s members a free discount card for their prescriptions, and is using the network marketing approach to selling product and building their brand (a smart move). The discount card can save up to 75% on prescriptions like antibiotics and painkills, and it’s accepted widely across the country. There are actually over 50,000 pharmacies that accept the discount card, and for people in need, this can really help them out. They are based out of Oregon and are expanding rapidly in recent months.
So is this discount card insurance? No. Just a discount card. It does not have an expiration date and can be used as much as you want. The ProvisionRx company also has an online price check that allows you to compare prices between the pharmacies in your area. Most likely, this isn’t the reason you’re here. You’re probably wonder what it takes to get started in the business aspect, and whether or not it’s going to actually make you money.
To get started, ProvisionRX independent business owners need to purchase an Rx pack for around $200. With that comes accounting reports, data reports, a personal website and back office, a live commission module, and access to other benefits and services. The purchase of the Rx Pack and $39.95 Auto Order are optional. If you are broke, you can get started for free by doing a little “telling instead of selling” and hand out the free discount cards. Now that you know how to get started, let’s talk about the money.
You can save money and make money in a few different ways. First, you save the 10%-75% off of your personal prescriptions using the discount card. You also earn 50 cents to $1 every time you hand out a discount card and it gets used. If you are able to move up in rank, ProvisionRx distributors can earn more income and bonuses.
Will you be successful with ProvisionRx?
I’m going to be straight up with you. This company has a lot of potential. I mean how hard is it to hand out free discount cards? At the same time, to be 100% honest, if you want true financial freedom you are going to have to figure out a few things. First of all, people don’t like to be sold. Second of all, they don’t care about how great your company, products, or compensation plan is. Lastly but most importantly, you’re success will depend on your ability to sponsor new distributors into your business and build a team. That .5-1% is going to do much just with people you know.
That’s why you should spend some time early on figuring out how to put your opportunity in front of as many people as possible. I suggest using the leverage that is the internet, as well as attraction marketing strategies so people will chase you down instead of the other way around. Be that leader that you know you are, build relationships, and provide value. That is true freedom, financially and psychologically.
To Your Success,
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