Is DS Domination a Scam? Read this and decide for yourself!
If you are reading this you are probably wondering if DS Domination is a scam and it is understandable that you might be curious because of some of the claims that are available online. I wanted to create this article to dispel a few myths that people are saying about the program and give you a few points to think about so you can decide for yourself.
First I wanted to start off by saying this is not a pyramid scheme as some may claim. If you head over to Wikipedia you will see they define a pyramid scheme as something in which people are promised to earn money but there is no real product or service. The truth is that DS Domination has a product that has a large number of customers that have no interest in participating with the compensation plan.
Let’s take a step back, the creator of the program actually created a similar program a few years ago. As a seven figure a year eBay Power Seller, Roger had learned a lot of strategies to make a ton of money using eBay. He put together a course that sold for between $1,000 and $2,000. This course was a stand alone product that was not tied to a compensation plan the way it is now.
There were a lot of people that bought and used what they learned to go and make money on eBay.
Recently the course was re-created and separated in to different products. It is my belief that Roger wanted to create a lower entry cost so people on a small budget were able to get started and work their way up.
Some will say the product was only created so affiliates could re-sell it but based on the results I’ve seen people getting and the above statement that appears to no be true, however it is pretty obvious that it does not fall in to the pyramid scheme territory. To see the details of what you get with DS Domination click here.
DS Domination is a Scam because affiliates are just buying it to resell
As I stated a little bit earlier I have found numerous cases where people are not even signing up for the affiliate program, they are just buying for the training. From what I’ve seen a lot of these people are new to the ‘make money online’ world and just want something that is simple to use so they can create a side business, they have no interest in learning about html, SEO, PPC or any of the other acronyms. They simply saw the value in the course and wanted to make a profit on eBay.
With that being said any company that has an affiliate program out there will have people that just want to make a commission selling a product, from internet marketing courses to network marketing companies to even Amazon where people promote products they don’t own. DS Domination has a requirement that you must own a product in order to resell it, however there is no way for a company to stop affiliate from promoting the course without actually using the product. So are there some people out there that are just buying to resell, of course however I believe that is not most peoples intention.
DS Domination is a Scam because I didn’t make any money
This is something that you may hear and you will hear this across nearly any company that has a compensation plan attached to it. From internet marketing courses to social media training to network marketing companies (from the largest to the smallest). In my experience typically these people will fall into one of two categories.
Category one: They have actually never bought the product, they don’t know what is in it but they have found that by calling it a scam they can get website visitors, build trust with them by calling the program a scam and then sell some other course of company. Just type the word ‘scam’ in to Google and you will find millions of these. It is a bit of a dishonest business practice because they don’t know what they are talking about, so they are lying to convince you to buy something else. However, this practice works and that is why people continue to do it.
Category two: These are the non-action takers, they buy a course and either they never go through the training or they watch the videos and never implement what they have learned. I have been guilty of doing this however I know that the blame is on me for not having success not the product creator. 99 times out of 100 this is why people don’t have success with a program and this goes again across internet marketing and network marketing. Unfortunately these people go around screaming ‘DS Domination Scam‘ because they feel better about themselves by shifting the blame.
If you have ever been in a network marketing company before you have probably heard that you should make a list of everyone you know and call them to get them in. Almost no one does this, most will call 2-3 people who say no and then they give up. I can’t blame them I hat calling friends and family but that is not the network marketing companies fault because you didn’t do what you were told, right?
I hope this article gave you some insight as to why some may call it a scam, ultimately it is your decision to make if it is your cup of tea or not. As with any business you will have to put in time and effort to learn what is being taught and then to apply what you have learned. Many people have created success and sold their first product within a few days but of course not everyone does (see above about following directions).
This program provides what is promised in the sales video (I can’t comment on what others are saying about it because they are all different). At $20 you’re not out your life savings, however if it works imagine what is possible. If you have any questions or comments feel free to leave them below, however if you are belligerent, rude or promoting something else just save yourself the time, this is a place for discussion not grade school name calling.
If you decided that you would like to get started with DS Domination or you want to learn more, click here to sign up. If not, I sincerely hope you find a program that fits your needs there are a lot out there to choose from!