Consumer Choice Marketing v North American Power A Thourogh Review

North American Power v Consumer Choice Marketing

North American Power v Consumer Choice Marketing

So you maybe comparing North American Power against Consumer Choice Marketing and wondering what are the differences. That is a legitimate question.

North American Power has an experienced leadership team and the company is centered around green sourced energy. Consumer Choice Marketing, also has a very experienced leadership team.

Doug Tesky, the Founder and CEO of Consumer Choice Marketing ( CCM for short) is much more than a figure head of the company. He is the energy expert of the company because of his extensive 16+ years in the utilities industry. Mr. Tesky brings a wealth of knowledge as an actual energy broker in 3 countries, Canada, Europe and the United States. This gives him a unique perspective to “have the back” of the energy brokers in the field and to service the customer with the best services and savings.

Bill Hoffman, CMO of Consumer Choice Marketing. The “Million Dollar Man”, we like to call, him also brings a wealth of experience with over 25 years in the direct sales industry with such companies as Excel.  There is a lot of wisdom and deregulation experience, that helps our teams grow and grow.

CCM, based in Toldeo, Ohio is the “best kept secret” in the industry. CCM was started in 2008, has been profitable and debt free since the beginning. It has all the right ingredients to be the premier company in the Energy Deregulation Business Opportunity.

So when you start out the gate with either Consumer Choice Marketing or North American Power, how does either work. How are you paid?

Consumer Choice Marketing

Compensation Plan


North American Power

Compensation Plan

Starting out the gate as a North American Power broker, you need to get 5 customers in order to begin the climb through their compensation plan.

When you acquire those 5 customers, you get a $5 bonus for each customer.
You are not eligible for energy residual income from those customers or any customers.

Once you achieve this level, you then get a $7 bonus on every customer you obtain. At this level you are eligible to receive energy residual income
from the brokers you sponsor into the business and the sales that they make.

With Consumer Choice Marketing, you need 3 customers in order to start the climb through their compensation plan. With these customers you would receive either a bounty anywhere from $20 to $40, depending on the service that is sold or a monthly residual income from the electricity or natural gas sales you make or other residual income depending on the other services that are sold.

Getting back to North American Power, after you have your 5 customers, you will receive $7 bonus for every personal customer you obtain. Again there is no residual income from the energy sales that you make. However, at this point, you are eligible to receive residual income from your direct level and the next 4 levels, that you sponsor into NAP.

Below is a chart of how those residual commissions are paid by level in your organization.

Residential/Small Business Chart

As you can see, starting out, those energy residuals that you get from your direct level on through another 4 levels ( level 1 -5) range on your direct level from .10 to 1.00 depending on the usage rage from 249 kWh to over 5,000 kWh. This chart is for residential and small commercial energy sales that your team makes. Notice that there is no Level 0, or personal  sale residual.

With Consumer Choice Marketing, starting out, you would get $1 monthly residual for YOUR residential electric and natural gas sales.

Your team would also be making energy residual commissions on a monthly basis on the sales that they made for themselves.

Below is the chart for commercial energy sales and the residuals that you can make from your teams efforts. Again, you do not make residual income from YOUR personal commercial energy sales.

Commercial Energy Chart





Commercial Energy Sales

On the commercial energy chart, North American Power does beat CCM out on the residual pay for your direct sponsor line payout, but that is ONLY on the direct line. AND, most importantly for medium sized commercial. For example, in the usage range of 10,000 -14,999 kWh per month, North American Power would pay you from your direct sponsored broker $25.   That is IF one of your direct line sponsored brokers made that sale. Should YOU make that sale, you would get a bonus of some amount ( I could not find what that amount is) but NO residual income from that sale.

But as you may have noticed, when you go to your levels 2 through 5, you would make even less in residual income than what you would make on your direct level on that sale.

On the commercial side, CCM pays 1 Mill on commercial energy usage, whether they are small, medium or large.

Viewing the residential/small commercial chart, at the high end, 5,000 kWh per month usage, you would get $5 per month residual with Consumer Choice Marketing as YOUR personal sale.

5,000 kWh/month x 1 Mill or $.001 = $5 per month

If you made that same sale, 10,000 – 14,999 kWh,  as a CONSUMER CHOICE MARKETING broker, you WOULD receive a monthly residual from $10 – $14.99, and so would your down line for their own efforts on their own sales.

Also, I would like to point out that on the high end of the commercial energy sales chart (50,000+ kWh) as a North American Power broker, again you would receive a customer point and probably a bonus. But NO personal residual income on YOUR personal sale.

On your direct line, if one of your team members made that kind of a sale, you would start to receive the $125 per month. But it would be MUCH less should that sale occur with a team member on levels 2 through 5.

CCM does pay 1 Mill or $.001 per Kwh for commercial electricity and $.06 per mcf for commercial natural gas.

A customer who uses 20,000 kWh would create $20/month in residuals and 50,000 kWh would create $50/month. This is very much true. And would hold true with your team members and the sales that they generate.

But what happens with North American Power when the monthly usage of a company far exceeds 50,000 kWh per month?  What if it were 60,000 or 1,000,000 or more? You would be capped at $120 per month on YOUR DIRECT LEVEL and $5 should that same sale occur with a team member on levels 2 through 5. With CCM that would be very much a different situation.

Those usages of electricity would generate energy RESIDUAL INCOME of $60 to $1,000 per month. That would be for ANY team member no matter what level they are on in your organization, including YOURSELF.

Should those sales occur within your organization, with Consumer Choice Marketing, you would receive a monthly residual over ride anywhere from 10% to 50%, depending upon your level in the CONSUMER CHOICE MARKETING COMPENSATION PLAN.

I’d say that there is a big difference in compensation between NAP and CCM. Wouldn’t you agree?

North American Power is a noble company with good leadership expanding the green energy movement. CCM is also helping to expand the green energy movement as well by partnering with green energy providers all across the 28 states that we do business in. Also, currently developing a SOLAR INSTALLATION component for residents and business that want to generate their electrical needs from solar panels. This would benefit the broker by generating a one time commission for the installation financing and material costs.

In conclusion, there are some differences between North American Power and Consumer Choice Marketing that you should consider should you not only want to take part in the green energy movement, but create a great residual income asset to change you financial destiny.

In any business, you want the best ROI for your time, energy, effort and especially money spent. Don’t you? Consumer Choice Marketing presents that if that is what you want.

Opt in to the right and find out more about Consumer Choice Marketing and how you can make residual income for life!



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