FHTM Review – Scam Or Legitimate MLM Business?

| May 5, 2011 | 5 Comments

FHTM Review imageWelcome to my FHTM Review!

Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing (FHTM) has been providing the opportunity for people across the world to provide for their families through hard work and a strong desire to succeed.

In this FHTM Review, I will be reviewing Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing, the products and services that they offer, and the MLM Business Opportunity that they provide as a FHTM Independent Representative.

Is FHTM a scam, or do they offer a legitimate MLM Business opportunity?  This is my unbiased FHTM Review.

Company Details & History

FHTM List of Products imageFortune Hi-Tech Marketing, which I will refer to as FHTM from here on out, is a Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) company that was founded in 2001 by Paul Orberson, an extremely successful direct seller in the Network Marketing industry.

Through a large network of FHTM Independent Representatives, FHTM offers a wide variety of products and services that the average family is already using or consuming.

Products & Services

FHTM is a unique MLM company, in that they have partnered with many popular corporations to offer products and services that encompass several different industries:

Health & Beauty

Popular companies include:

  • True Essentials
  • Envy Organics
  • FABS
  • Flying Basset Organics

Services

Popular companies include:

  • EZ-NetTools
  • FrontPoint Security
  • Identashield
  • Roadside Auto Club
  • Protection For Living
  • XpressOptical

Entertainment

Popular companies include:

  • Amusement Pack Entertainment Club
  • DISH Network
  • World Tour Golf Links
  • Magazines.com
  • N2U World Music

Communications

Popular companies include:

  • Digital Landing
  • TCI Long Distance
  • VoiceConnect
  • The Wireless Shop

Available markets

FHTM is currently offering these products and services through their MLM Business opportunity, and at the time of this writing, are operating in several international markets including:

  • United States
  • Canada
  • Puerto Rico
  • United Kingdom

MLM Business – Getting started and how it all works

FHTM Products & Services imageFor one reason or another, FHTM does not disclose the details regarding the cost of beginning your business as a FHTM Independent Representative. They have reserved this information to be shared by their Representatives only.

However, through other sources, it seems that the cost for joining is $199.  With that being said, you will need to get in touch with the person who has introduced you to FHTM to learn the exact details.

Compensation – Looking at their pay plan

As a FHTM Representative, you will not only earn immediate compensation for selling products and services, but you will begin to build a residual income as you acquire a large base of loyal customers.  As you begin to attract new Representatives into your organization, you will earn override commissions and bonuses from their sales efforts as well.

Your earning potential and success within FHTM will be dependent upon your successful sales efforts, hard work, leadership, and teamwork.  As you build your FHTM organization, you will personally train and mentor your team members to achieve success within their individual businesses.  Your downline Representative’s success is your success in this business model.

Representative Training & Support

FHTM firmly believes in the traditional methods of Network Marketing, methods that I like to refer to as ‘Warm Marketing.’  As you are building your business, you will be trained to contact friends, relatives, acquaintance, and co-workers to sell products, and to recruit individuals who express an interest in the business opportunity as a Representative in your team.

Since FHTM offers products and services that average families already pay for and utilize, you will simply convince your friends and family members to purchase these same products and services through your FHTM organization.  These methods will be the basis of your new FHTM Representative training.

FHTM Review Conclusion

In my opinion, FHTM is a legitimate business opportunity, and should not be considered as a scam.  They provide their Representatives with the ability to sell everyday products and services that nearly all of us require from trusted and well-known companies.

Food for thought…

The only weakness that I see here is in regards to their new Representative training, as I just don’t feel that Warm Marketing methods are the most effective way to build a long-term and profitable home business for the majority.  Selling and recruiting your friends and family members is always going to be much more difficult than these companies are going to portray.

However, these methods are not impossible, but if you possess the skill-set to truly market FHTM and the products and services that they offer in a manner that is not dependent solely upon your Warm Market, you can achieve great things with FHTM.

I believe that FHTM offers a sound business opportunity and fantastic products and services to build a business around.  FHTM offers great support and many rewards for your success.

This concludes my FHTM Review!  If you have found this FHTM Review to be helpful, or if you just have something to add, please provide your feedback below!

Category: MLM Company Reviews

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Dave Fennell is the founder and editor of Marketing Methods Online and BloggerGo. Learn more about him here. You can also connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
  1. Micheal Kilstofte says:

    I enjoy reading a post that makes people think. Some indeed perfect posts on this internet site , thanks for contribution. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment!

  2. Dave Fennell says:

    Dave Fennell wrote this FHTM Review for those who are researching the Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing Business Opportunity. I would love your feedback. If you have any experiences with this company, whether good or bad, please share them here to assist others in their research efforts.

    I greatly appreciate your feedback and expertise, and others will too!

    To Your Success,

    Dave Fennell

  3. John Doe says:

    Explain to the people why they were shut down in the State of Montana and received an “F” rating with the Better Business Bureau in the State of Kentucky, their corporate headquarters?

  4. Michelle says:

    As of this month people I know that were in FHTM (myself included) are no longer in it because they changed everything up and the payment plan was a joke for all the leg work involved. Now everyone is on the Melaleuca band wagon, so far its actually something we enjoy doing. I would steer clear of FHTM, JMO!

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