Numis Network Review – Is Numis Network A Scam?

by Rich Miller · 0 comments

Is Numis Network A Scam?

When I first found out about the Numis Network, I researched this company very extensively looking for any information or signs that would make Numis Network a Scam or a fly by night opportunity. I was pretty skeptical about a company that’s product was money. I talked to a lot of people in the network marketing industry to get their opinion on Numis and what it was about. As with many of you, when I see a lot of buzz about a new Network Marketing company that is growing very quickly the first thought is that it might be too good to be true, thus making me ask the question “Is Numis Network a Scam”?. After researching any negative claims I could find on the internet, talking to my friends; I found there is nothing to support claims that makes Numis Network a Scam.

Numis Network A Scam

Numis Network A Scam… No It’s Legit

With all of the negative reports of companies involved in buying gold and silver, it’s understandable to be very skeptical of a business opportunity of this nature and possibly consider Numis Network a Scam. But this is not what Numis Network is about, it’s not a get rich scheme like you see on TV at 2am or the  “You have to do nothing and money appears in your bank account” programs. Numis Network is the only Network Marketing Company that’s product is the sale of Government Minted Graded, Silver and Gold Numismatic Coins from all over the world. The main grading company that they use is ANACS, the oldest in the industry. If you’re wondering what “Numismatic” means, it is the study and collecting of money.

Who is running the Company?

Numis Network A Scam

One key area that I look at very closely when choosing a Network Marketing company is who is guiding the company.  To me this was a key area that help rule out the claims of a Numis Network Scam. The founders Ian Cordell and Chris Kent have been in the network marketing industry for over 20 years. Jointly they also own a company “IDSTC” which develops software and compensation plans for over 400+ network marketing companies. Mike Mezack is not a founder of NUMIS but has a long relationship with selling over 1 billion graded coins. Mike’s experience comes from selling collectible graded coins on TV for over 20 years on programs such as HSN. Jake Kevorkian also brings to the table 20+ yeas as a #1 income earner in a health and wellness company which he eventually purchased and sold. With this type of leadership, you can be sure that Numis Network Scam claims are far from true.

Building A Numis Business

Having a cool product that is “Money” and being the only company that markets it’s product through direct marketing sound pretty easy, doesn’t it? I do have to warn you that building a successful business in Numis Network or any other Network Marketing company will depend on your ability and efforts to get and close leads in order to build a successful business. One of the great things about Numis Network is that it is one of only a few MLM’s that will allow you to promote and build your business online with very few restrictions. There are also a lot of great tools being developed everyday from some of the top leaders to help teams build a successful Numis business.

I first researched NUMIS Network in the spring of 2010 reviewing all of the key attributes that make up a good sound company finding nothing that would make Numis Network a scam. If your no longer skeptical and don’t think NUMIS Network a scam, then I would take action and get signed up and start building your business.

To YOUR Success,

Rich Miler

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