Thanks for stopping by to read my Lets Multiply Review! 

More than likely you’re already a member or you’re searching for more information on the program so you can decide if it’s the right program for you.

Give me a few minutes and I’ll give you the run down on everything you need to know in this review.

So let’s get down to business and explain to you what exactly is Lets Multiply.

Lets Multiply Review

Lets Multiply Review – Pay Attention

Lets Multiply hasn’t been around very long now, so I want to save you the humiliation of going all in with this company and getting your feelings hurt.

The Lets Multiply program in my opinion is “just another cycler” that’s here today and gone tomorrow.

It really hurts me to do this because if you’ve read my articles in the past you know I really don’t like saying anything negative about biz opps be they good or bad, because I believe it leaves a stain on the work from home industry as a whole.

However, I’ve been in programs like this before.

Back when I first came online in 2003 or 2004, programs like Lets Multiply were the types of things I would sign up for with hopes of making it big online – simply not knowing any better.

Here’s a few things that I can tell you right now that should help to steer you clear of losing a lot of money with this business.


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    Does The Website Look Professional?

    One of the first things I evaluate before joining a new program is the appearance of the website. After taking one look at the Lets Multiply website my instincts immediately said, "this won't be around for long."

I mean let’s be honest, okay?

It’s 2017, and in this day and age you can put up a website that looks professional in 20 minutes or less if you know what you’re doing – and where to go.

The Lets Multiply website is a tell tale sign that they are probably not in it for the long haul.

They only registered the domain for one year also, which is another giveaway that longevity was probably not in the plans.

Lets Multiply Scam

To me, it looks more like their website is a quick fix. A quick fix to throw together a money grab and siphon as much cash from as many desperate people out there as possible before they close up shop.

I mean it is what it is, right?

  • 2

    Who Owns The Company?

    Whenever you join a company if it's difficult for you to find out who is behind the leadership then you should probably ask yourself why that is... Any company that is there for the long haul will and should have information about the people behind it.

After running a domain search on Lets Multiply I found that their domain name is privately registered.

This struck me as odd, because if someone doesn’t want you to know who they are this is typically how they register their website name.

They could just as easily have created their name under a corporation or LLC, but that would be easier to track down who opened the corporation, see where I’m going with this?

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    Are The Products Any Good?

    Another evaluation that I always run is if the company has a good product. If the company doesn't have a good product then most likely it will be hard to recruit anyone into it because of that reason.

In this instance the Lets Multiply business does not have a bad product, because they don’t have any products at all!

Not having any products makes it stone cold cash gifting, and over the years cash gifting has received a bad rap. (I’ve tried that too…)

Which is why I want to convey to you all reading that I’m not deliberately here to bash Lets Multiply, but speaking to you from over a decade of experience that this type of program is the quintessential “here today, and gone tomorrow” type of business on the internet.

Lets Multiply Reviews – The Products

As I just mentioned, the program doesn’t really have a product.

If you let them tell it, they would be quick to tell you that your website and the opportunity itself is the product, but if they don’t have anything that a new member can actually benefit from as a member then it’s not really a product.

Lets Multiply Compensation Plan

Unlike other articles out there you might find, I’m not going to waste my time going into great detail about the compensation plan because if you’ve read this far then more than likely you aren’t going to join.

It is a 7 level matrix cycler though. It’s actually a little hard to explain, particularly for newbies.

Price points range from $10 to $1000 and if you bought in at all of the positions you’d pay $1935 to be all-in with the Lets Multiply program.

Another tell tale sign that I don’t like is when you’re allowed to buy more positions under yourself to “maximize your earnings.” Been there, done that.

In essence, purchasing multiple positions under yourself is a subconscious way of saying, “I’m not sure I can get anyone to join so I better buy more positions to make it easier on myself.”

My Final Thoughts On Lets Multiply

Sad but true, most would-be Lets Multiply members are attracted to whatever sounds the easiest.

This is the nature of the average biz opp seeker, they may not be searching for “get rich quick”, but they’re always in pursuit of the latest “push button simple” program that they can do as little as possible and reap massive rewards.

Whelp… no, uh-uh, not gonna happen!

Making money online is way simpler than driving in rush hour traffic and dealing with people you don’t like everyday on a job.

But just like a job, it’s still work!

So if you’re looking for a quick fix, you’re better off staying at your day job. Just being honest.

But if you’re willing to put in the work, there are plenty of legit opportunities out there that you can do. Just do your due diligence in advance.

I hope you gained a few nuggets from reading this Lets Multiply Review.

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-Rhandell Mitchell

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