Overall Rank: 2.5 /10
It is possible to make money with this product (with a lot more effort than is advertised by Infinii).
Springboard makes it so you can make money pretty easily, but not without any risk to yourself.
It can be expensive for some people.
The training can mostly be found elsewhere a lot cheaper and most of the time even free.
The real money with this program comes from recruiting other people into the program, which seems to me like a typical MLM scam.
Who is Infinii for?
Anyone who would like to make money online with minimal work on their own part. Their new “springboard” program allows you to just gamble and invest money in products which Infinii than sells for you at a higher price than what you paid for it. All you gotta do is hope that these items actually sell, because you are taking all the risk in this little arrangement. More on this in a little bit.
Infinii Tools and Training
They do have a bunch of training at each level of membership that you pay for. Most of it is just stuff that you can get for free just by doing google searches, but hey nothing like overpaying for training, right? Most of their training is delivered via video, which I guess is good for most people.
Keep in mind that the training levels represent more than just the training itself. You can’t recruit anyone and get a commission if someone decides to join under you at a higher training level than you. I am not exactly sure where that money goes if and when this happens, but I have a feeling it goes to the people at the top.
For more information on the training, check out the video below for information on the training at the “prime” level (not produced by me).
You will probably get plenty of support if you were referred to infinii by a good sponsor. Otherwise who knows. One thing I can say about this program is that they do have a lot of enthusiastic members, whom I am sure would be willing to help you if you get stuck on something.
Infinii is pretty expensive in my opinion, but I am kind of broke these days so I guess anything would be expensive for me. The following at the prices for the different levels of membership with Infinii.
Prime – $49.95/month
Learn how to leverage eCommerce giants like Amazon, eBay and Google. Anyone else ever seen a ton of books that teaches this kind of stuff at Barnes and Nobel?
Surge – $149.95/month
Learn advanced eBay and Amazon techniques to increase profits.
Excel – $399.99/month
Begin importing your own products and use Amazon to build your own brand. This one in particular is pretty expensive, I don’t recommend going this route unless you have already had success with Infinii.
You also have to pay $9.95 per month if you want to make any money by promoting Infinii to others.
Of course, as I said before, most of this type of training could probably be found for free on the internet, or from a cheap book on amazon.
Infinii, a legit program for opening up a business online, or just another MLM pyramid scheme?
So, first of all, I do not believe Infinii is a scam. It is possible to make money with them, and they do have a few vocal members, such as Jesse Singh, who are on the internet constantly singing their praises.
Infinii was created by the same people
who created a business called DS Domination, and Infinii is basically the same thing but with a few extra bells and whistles.
So I guess the first thing to do would be to go over the definition of drop shipping for those of you that don’t know, or at least Infinii’s (as well as DS domination’s) definition of drop shipping. Basically how it works with them is that they purchase an item(s), presumably as cheap as possible, and than sell them at a higher price through a different merchant than where they purchased it originally. They do all the work as far as posting and buying and anything else that this involves. Sounds great right? There is just a couple of problems with this method. First of all, you are taking on all the risk yourself. If the items don’t sell than you get nothing, and Infinii still gets your money.
It is basically gamboling on the fact that the general public does not research anything before they buy a product. And what about the fees that places such as Amazon and Ebay charge for selling things on their website? Guess what, your responsible for that too! But anyways, sadly enough this gambol often pays of, so go ahead and try it to see if it pays of for you if you want. I just prefer not to rip people off if I don’t have to. Most of the people who buy these products from Infinii (through Amazon I believe) are probably wealthier people who are impulsive buyers.
So what is the difference between doing this in Infinii and doing it in the old DS Domination? Well, Infinii has a new product called Springboard. How Springboard basically works is that Infinii buys items and then puts them on their website to be purchased by you. After you purchase one of the item(s), they get put on Amazon for sale or wherever (or maybe it is before you purchase the item). Either way, that sounds great right? Well, aside from the fact that your the one still taking on all the risk, AND you have to pay before anything sells. Want your money back if nothing sells? Good luck with that! Hopefully there are enough wealthy, stupid buyers out there!
Check out the video below for more information on how Springboard works (once again not produced by me).
To view their compensation plan and other information, click here.
Recruiting people is the name of the game…
Recruiting others to join Infinii other is the only surefire way to make any money with Infinii, which makes me believe that this whole thing is just a pyramid scheme, and the whole dropshiping thing is just a way of keeping people to pay there monthly fees, rather than just getting bored with the whole thing and just quiting. I think most people probably quit before they even do anything at all. I know that some people have had success with this program (mostly the owners who get paid whether something sells or not), but I can’t help but think most people do not make any money with this program.
Another problem that I have with this program is how much it cost. Not only the membership fees, but the price of buying the products that you are supposedly “drop shipping.” This is definitely not a program for people down financially; when you have to pay monthly just to join and than pay again for any products you might want to sell. Once again, I believe this whole thing is just a recruitment scheme that just a little fancier and better cloaked than infamous scams such as empower network.
The only reason why I even rated this program as a 2.5 is because all of the people online who say they have made money with this program. Ratings can always be changed though, and I have a feeling it will in a few months/years, once the hype dies down (this program was started just a few months ago in December).
Price: Varies (more information on this below)
Owners: Kevin Hokoana, Hitesh Juneja, and Jason Rose
Overall Rank: 2.5 /10
Verdict: Borderline scam, not recommended.