Part 30? Wow, it seems like yesterday that I started this series. The good news from where I sit is that UFF has a defector problem. You see, any MLM (multilevel marketing) sales requires a serious dedication to recruiting new salespeople. I guess it’s tough to sell a $3500 piece of software that has you in debt a bit longer than simply prepaying on your own.
Back in October I wrote about a mortgage broker who was a client of Jubilee (Jaime Buckley’s company) and he was happy with his purchase, but didn’t understand how interest worked, despite the fact that he is a mortgage broker himself. If a broker doesn’t understand, what chance do most people have but to believe the claims of a scam artist? Funny thing, though. Jaime and his friends at Jubilee have already moved on to their next deal. I don’t have all the details, but instead of MMA (Money Merge Account), it’s now a MCA (Mortgage Checking Account.) I trust it has ‘factorial math’, ‘sophisticated algorithms’, etc, but is different than the UFF product. As Jaime owned and moderated the UFirst Forum (now down), I wonder if he’s going to pass the torch.
It will soon be time to move on, I believe I am close to exhausting all my thoughts on this topic. The math is simple, the product is a waste. The arguments in its favor quickly turn away from numbers and logic, to long rants about anything but. Until next time.