Created by David Harrison, 4 Corners Alliance Group is a multi level marketing company that distribute books on various ways of protecting and investing wealth.
What is the product?
4 Corners Alliance Group is a relatively new multi level marketing company that was founded in March of 2013 by David Harrison with the intention of distributing books through a newly created network. The books that are sold through 4 Corners Alliance Group cover a number of different subjects related to making money ranging from investing in commodities to dealing with taxation. Everything that 4 Corners Alliance Group sell has been written by David Harrison with alleged financial expert Jim Yarborough. The marketing strategy for 4 Corners Alliance Group is very typical of a multi level marketing set up with a strong focus on profiting through your downline however to credit David Harrison, unlike most multi level marketing products that are operated online, all your commissions come from sales which means that 4 Corners Alliance Group should be a sustainable model in the long term. One of the ways that 4 Corners Alliance Group does differ from most multi level marketing products is that David Harrison has put a strong focus on using the internet to market rather than more traditional methods.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
In total signing up for 4 Corners Alliance Group will cost you $18. This is broken down into an $8 enrolment fee as well as having to purchase a level 1 product at cost of $10. There isn’t any mention of a money back guarantee so my guess would be that there isn’t anything like this in place. In terms of income potential, you can theoretically make in excess of $1 million from what I can see. The fact is that the payment methods for 4 Corners Alliance Group are actually rather confusing when you look at them in detail with the website saying “You earn commissions every time someone buys the next product in the series, depending on how many levels above them you are positioned”. There are then charts detailing a total of $559,824 commission which is then advertised as being able to be doubled.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I don’t see there being much value in 4 Corners Alliance Group for a number of reasons that I shall explore below.
To its credit 4 Corners Alliance Group definitely appears to have a strong focus on the product with all commissions being based around sales. This is important in an multi level marketing scheme as it creates a sustainable product. Unfortunately, this is also where 4 Corners Alliance Group falls down in my opinion. The fact is that the product you are trying to sell is in a highly competitive niche and furthermore, it lacks the clout that would come with a big name endorser. Personally, I feel that you will realistically struggle to find purchasers for 4 Corners Alliance Group for the reasons that I already explored combined with the fact that the multi level marketing model has a reputation that is very difficult to shake off.