The simple answer is ‘no’. Why? There are several factors to consider. Among the top ones are the legitimacy of the principals, the cost to join and to maintain your membership, the compensation plan, and the resources included.
The legitimacy of the principals: This refers to the owners of the program and doing due diligence to find out their reputation. How long have they been around? What is their background? Have they had any other businesses besides the one you are thinking of joining? Do you recognize anyone giving testimonials about them? Do their claims seem realistic as far as what they have achieved?
Note here that there is a thin gray line. When you are making your inquiries online, you may find negative comments. The vast majority of these comments are posted by malcontents – people who expected miracles, who felt entitled, wh