"Prepaid Legal: you can pay a monthly fee to have access to attorneys for certain pre-defined legal issues and have identity theft protection. Think of AAA or health insurance…except for legal stuff and ID Theft. Pre-Paid Legal is another company that you can find a lot of positive and a lot of negative about on the internet. But…unlike Blastoff, they are publicly traded on the NYSE, so you can do LOTS of research on them. This is good too, because it means they have to report to the SEC and other commissions which pretty much forces them to be on the straight and narrow. It also is a positive for Blastoff, because if Blastoff does turn out to be a shady deal, Pre-Paid Legal has A LOT to lose…so you’d think Pre-Paid Legal has probably done some extensive homework.
If you didn’t go watch that video, here is the synopsis according to that video if you join as a Pre-Paid Legal “associate”:
- Get paid on 20 levels instead of 10
- Get paid on legal plans that people buy through Blastoff
- Introduce Blastoff to all your friends, family, neighbors, loose acquaintances…etc. before anyone else can get to them
The 20 levels could be a big deal. I’m sure they’re paying half the commissions at each level, but if your network was 100,000 at 20 levels instead of 10,000 at 10 levels, you’d probably make more than double all other things being equal. There’s no real way to know if anyone will actually buy a legal plan through the site, but there’s no reason to think that no one will either. The biggest of those three is really getting the head start I would think. Since people will only sign up for Blastoff once, if someone invites your Aunt Sally who buys everything online…she wouldn’t ever be able to be part of your network…so that could be a big deal."