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DS Domination Scam

February 12, 2020

Hi, my name is Del Edwards and a few people
have asked me if DS Domination is a scam, so I just wanted to review a few things. This
is a bottle of water. You may have purchased this bottle of water from your local restaurant
or you might have purchased the EXACT same bottle of water for a lower price at your
local grocery store. Let’s say the restaurant charged you two bucks, the grocery store charged
you a dollar if it was in the refrigerated section near the checkout. You could have
gone to the same grocery store and bought a case of water. Same brand of bottled water,
same sized bottle, and effectively paid 40 or 50 cents a bottle for that water OR you
could have chosen to go to your local wholesale club and purchase a case of water and the
SAME water would cost you anywhere from 10 to 20 cents a bottle. Now since you chose
to buy the water in the restaurant, would you say that the restaurant scammed you? I
don’t think so. I went online and I looked up a few definitions. Capitalism. An economic
and political system in which country’s trade and industry are controlled by private owners
for profit. Free market. An economic system in which prices are determined by unrestricted
competition between privately owned businesses or a market economy in which the forces of
supply and demand are not controlled by government or any other authority. And then we have pyramid
schemes. Pyramid schemes are definitely illegal. Let me break it down for you. A pyramid scheme
is not sustainable. At some point when the business grows too large, it will crumble.
It involves the exchange of money, usually in the form of a sign up fee. There’s usually
no product or service to speak of and if they do have a product, it’s usually sold at a
highly inflated price. It is absolutely ILLEGAL. Only the people at the top make money because
the only way to make money is by enrolling new members for a fee and the money that comes
from the new recruits is then used to pay off earlier investors. They usually provide
some vague descriptions about the company which you can only fully have answered after
you join. Now, it’s important to note that any company that tells you that you can make
money for doing nothing, just hand over your money and we’ll make you a ton of money tomorrow,
they’re lying. What is a pyramid organizational structure? Well, ironically, this refers to
a system that dictates how work is divided in a company in a particular order. The executives
are normally at the top of the chart while the middle management follows and at the bottom
is the lower ranking employee. This system dictates whom each employee reports to. That
would be the definition of corporate America. The CEO at the top, then middle management
and the employee at the bottom. Since you’re watching this video, I can assume that you’re
not a CEO in a corporation. More than likely, you’re not. If you are an employee, it is
very highly unlikely that you will ever reach the level of CEO. If you are an employee,
it is impossible that you will ever earn the income of the CEO or exceed the income of
the CEO while you are an employee. Now, on the other hand, we have multi level marketing.
It goes by many different names. Network marketing is one strategy in which the sales force is
compensated not only for sales they personally generate, but also for the sales of the other
salespeople that they recruit. Referral marketing is a method of promoting products, usually
by word of mouth. Some people think these are the same thing and they can be given this
name to represent the same type of multi level marketing business. Affiliate marketing can
be done as a multi level marketing business as well, but not always. And it is a performance
based marketing business in which the affiliate brings visitors or customers to the business
and for that the affiliate is given a reward. All of these are legitimate businesses and
they have a few things in common. There’s usually little or no enrollment fee. They’re
not gonna tell ya you need three thousand to five thousand dollars to get in, and if
you give us your three thousand dollars you’ll be a millionaire in two days. No. Usually,
these type of businesses cost less than a hundred dollars to enroll. You’ll learn everything
that there is to know about the company, it’s products or services before you join the business.
They’re very transparent. The primary way that you earn money is by selling the company’s
products or services. Any member can make money at any level of the model without signing
up any other members. Everyone has a fair chance to make money because your income depends
on your efforts. If you sell a lot of the products or services, you make a lot of money.
If you sell a little bit of products or services, you make a little bit of money. If you sell
no products or services, you make no money. Because this system is truly fair and based
on productivity, and it means any member can earn a greater income than the individual
who enrolled them. So, for example, in the business that I’m involved in, I introduced
my sister to the business and for that I am rewarded, however, my sister is more productive
than I am, right now, and as a result, she makes more money than I do, right now, but
that’s about to change. These businesses are 100% LEGAL! Here we have some faces that you
may recognize. Bill Gates, he said, “If I would be given a chance to start all over
again, I would choose network marketing.” Robert Kiyosaki says, “Network marketing gives
people the opportunity with very low risk and very low financial commitment, to build
their own income generating asset and acquire great wealth.” Jim Rohn says, “Network marketing
is the big wave of the future. It’s taking the place of franchising, which now requires
too much capital for the average person.” Robert Kiyosaki, again, because I like him
and I read his books says, “The richest people in the world look for and build NETWORKS.
Everyone else looks for work.” You don’t find rich people looking for a JOB. David Letterman
interviewed Donald Trump and asked him, on the show, “What would you do if you lost everything
and had to start all over again from scratch?” Donald Trump, without hesitation, said, “I
would find a good network marketing company and get to work.” To that, the audience started
shouting and booing and Donald Trump replied, “That is why I’m sitting up here and you are
all sitting out there!” If anyone asks you ever again about a network marketing opportunity
or a business like DS Domination whether or not it is a scam, I want you to remember this
bottle of water. When you chose to purchase that bottle of water at the restaurant, you
knew good and well, that you could have gone to a grocery store and got it for less, or
a wholesale club and got it for even less, but for whatever reason, you chose to pay
the money that you chose to pay for that bottle of water. Maybe you were sitting with a bunch
of friends and it just wasn’t convenient to get up and run to the store to get the water
that you wanted and come back. Maybe you were in a rush driving around town and you were
just thirsty and wanted to go through a drive-through and get a bottle, but for whatever reason,
you decided at that moment that you were willing to trade time and/or convenience for those
extra dollars, and you had every right to make that choice. The restaurant who sold
you the water at that exorbitantly marked up price had every right to do that as well.
It’s not a scam. It’s not a scheme. It is one hundred per cent legal to do so, just
like DS Domination. Now, this is a corporate structure. Pardon me. Pyramid. And if you’re
still involved in one of these, then I would encourage you to click the link provided and
join me in DS Domination because I can assure you that it works if you work it!


  • Reply Conley Milam February 23, 2014 at 12:14 pm

    Great video Del!

  • Reply Mr DS Domination February 24, 2014 at 7:50 am

    Excellent video and logical development of the information on ds domination and the true definition of a pyramid and scam.

  • Reply Del Edwards February 24, 2014 at 8:03 am

    Think again!…

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