There is a lot of content around about the “Ashmax Scam“.
More correctly, Ashmax is an illusion, not a scam.
Well, first of all I think this term “scam” is thrown around a bit to much. There is a certain degree of subjectivity to this word. What you think is a scam and what I think is a scam may not be the same thing. As far as I’m concerned the biggest scam is the one we have all been fed since we were small. That is the whole go to school, get good grades, get a job, work you tail off for 35 years, then retire broke deal. That is a scam Man!
But our public school systems are not designed to create entrepreneurs and creative thinkers. They are designed to create compliant workers. As unfortunate as it is, many people think that the only legitimate work is to have a job, otherwise known as employment. And if it isn’t a job, paying a wage, then it’s a scam!
Anyhow, when Ashmax first launched there was a ton of buzz about it. Just about every GDI distributor on Earth was pitching Ashmax and everywhere you went, if you were in the industry, that’s all you heard about was Ashmax. That was several months ago and now, I hardly hear anything about it at all. Ashmax was perhaps one of the quickest flashes of buzz to non-existence that I’ve ever seen.
This though, does not make Ashmax a scam.
At the time, since I was curious, and also since it was free to join I did so purely for research purposes.
One thing that I found myself thinking was “What exactly is Ashmax?”.
I watched the promotional videos. I still didn’t know what Ashmax actually was.
I read the sales pages. Still didn’t know what it was.
I joined and got into my back office and went through the first two hour-long webinars from Ash Mufarah and you know what? I stil didn’t understand what Ashmax was. I couldn’t determine whether Ashmax was a scam because i didn’t even know what was the purpose of it.
I eventually figured it out, and I have to say that Ashmax is one of the finest illusion creations that I have seen. Tons of promotion. Tons of hype about why one should be doing Ashmax. Tons of buzz.
What Is Ashmax Exactly?
Ashmax is a free platform which directs you to sign up for Freeway To Success and GDI (Global Domains International). What I couldn’t wrap my mind around at first was why one wouldn’t just join Freeway and GDI? What the heck did I need Ashmax for?
Ashmax creates high urgency for new members to get to work in their GDI and Freeway To Success businesses due to two aspects.
One, Ashmax requires new members to refer five new people within the first 20 days. And two, those new members are plugged into a 5 x 5 forced matrix, which is really the Ashmax system. So Ashmax is composed of a replicated lead capture page and automated follow ups, and a forced matrix for assigning new members to the GDI and Freeway downline.
Ashmax is not part of GDI or Freeway to Success. It is a separate creation. It is not it’s own income producer. It does not have it’s own compensation plan. It does not collect money or pay commissions. It simply sets up a game to create urgency for new GDI and Freeway To Success members.
And really that’s it.
So is Ashmax a scam? I would say not. Ashmax does not even collect money. How one could say anything is a scam when it doesn’t cost anything I don’t know, but many people are saying this.
I found it to more of an illusion than a scam because I had researched it and joined and really been through several webinars before I even fully understood what was the purpose of Ashmax. I had thought it was a new network marketing company. It took me a bit to realize that it was just a simple marketing strategy for GDI and Freeway to Success.
Overall I would say it is quite imaginative and definitely created a lot of noise and excitement for a lot of people. The $20,000 per month “guaranteed income” claim was a bit much for me as there is no way to guarantee such a thing and I think is the main reason why many people say Ashmax is a scam.
And perhaps that is why we are not hearing too much about Ashmax now.
That’s my take on this whole “Ashmax Scam” thing.