Stream Energy in 2015
Well, maybe Stream Energy is the business for you?
I know for me, MLMs are just not working for me any longer. Read on with my article and decide for yourself.
Stream Energy is an American energy provider which services to commercial and residential customers. Since the deregulation of the Texas energy market, this is one of a few retail energy startups. With headquarters in Dallas, Texas, Stream Energy was founded in 2005 with the simple business model of selling energy via word of mouth: this means using direct sales techniques as part of its multi-level marketing (MLM) plan.
Making Money with Stream Energy/Ignite
So, you’re wondering what the income opportunities are.
Well, Stream Energy offers income opportunities for any customers and its sales associates as well. We all know that the sales associates always start as customer before pursuing this business opportunity.
Like all other MLMs, this one seems to be extremely stingy with their compensation info.
In fact, most MLMs are difficult to figure out. This is due to their payment structure, in which your downline and percentages differ depending on the “depth” of the downline. Now, as far as how much someone gets paid, I couldn’t figure that out. Anyone’s guess is as good as mine.
Every sales associate inside Stream Energy are definitely responsible for recruiting as many new customers as possible and for encouraging them to become part of their sales team.
Now, the initial fee for associates is not much, only $329. Then there is a $29 monthly fee for the sales website, which comes with the start up kit.
For the independent associate , there are 5 levels. For the compensation types and the amounts of money, there are 3 leadership levels. They definitely brag about all the ways that one can make money with their opportunity. For instance, their monthly energy income, or the quick start bonuses, and of course the leadership income and residual income.
A good example would be that all associates are able to earn quick start bonuses of $100 for getting four energy customer points within 30 days of signing them up.
Seriously, a lousy $100…
And they also have other rewards such as free energy, cars and paid trips.