So you maybe comparing Independence Energy Alliance against Consumer Choice Marketing and wondering what are the differences. That is a legitimate question.
Independence Energy Alliance is a solid company with a very experienced leadership team. Consumer Choice Marketing has a very experienced leadership team as well but a few more benefits as I will explain.
Doug Tesky, the Founder and CEO of Consumer Choice Marketing ( CCM for short) 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.
Consumer Choice Marketing offers a variety of services and products to households and business, such as Internet Service, VOIP home phone, Wireless Home Security, cell Phones and service, cable bundles and much more. These products and services are from major, name brand providers like AT&T, Verizon, GE, Sprint and many more Fortune 500 companies. This is along with our flagship products of electricity and natural gas supplies.
By offering these services, it gives the CCM broker a much wider and broader offering of every day services that people pay for each and every month but at extremely competitive savings to the customer. These sales also give the broker residual monthly income as well as bonuses for the sales themselves. It is always a mcuh easier sale to sell what people are already buying!
But all in all, what we are really concerned about is the energy deregulation business opportunity and the financial gains this opportunity promises. After all, energy deregulation is the next wealth creator for decades to come.
And when you talk about energy deregulation and the opportunity that it holds, what we are really talking about are the monthly energy residual commissions. That is the whole point of energy deregulation. Creating a PASSIVE INCOME ASSET that pays you over and over again. Wouldn’t you agree?
This is where a deep review of the compensation plans of Independence Energy Alliance and Consumer Choice Marketing is in order.
Consumer Choice Marketing Compensation Plan
Independence Energy Alliance Compensation Plan
First I want to give credit where credit is due, Independence Energy Alliance Compensation Plan at least DOES give the broker monthly energy residual commissions, where some companies do not. Or try to parade other kinds of monthly residual AS energy residuals, which is not fair! That is a great, obvious plus in this industry. However, the residuals with Independence Energy Alliance are a bit on the light side.
Starting out, when you walk into a house and come out with energy sales, as an Independence Energy Alliance broker, you are making $.35 per typical household electricity sale on a monthly basis of electricity. Whereas, as a Consumer Choice Marketing broker, you walk out of that house with $1.00 per energy sale ( either electricity or natural gas) on a monthly basis. That is almost 3 times the amount starting out the gate! That is an important factor.
Independence Energy Alliance does make up for that as you develop a network and begins to pay leveraged residual commissions starting on your direct level from $.15 to $.75 depending on the range of usage of electricity. On your 6th and 7th level they start to pay out $1.00 to $5.00 and $7.00 at the top ranges of levels 6 and 7 respectively. Again depending on the range of electrical usage. Which brings up another point. These electrical use ranges.
At the top level of 3,000 + monthly kWh, that is small commercial electrical usage by industry standards. I have an issue with the payouts at this top range.
First, at that range of usage, CCM would pay out 1 Mill of 3,000 kWh, which would be $3. According to their payout chart, you would get paid $1.75 should you make a sale like that. That is a big difference, wouldn’t you agree?
And since that is the top range, if you make a commercial sale that is much larger than that monthly usage of 3,000 kWh, the ONLY commission you would get is $1.75. For example, I have done a few convenience stores as commercial electric sales. Their monthly usages are 10,000 – 19,000 kWh per month. By Consumer Choice Marketing compensation plan, I am paid 1 Mill, which for this example is $10 – $19 per month for that sale.
Again that is a HUGE difference…don’t you agree?
Some of out brokers have done hospitals with over 1.5 Million kWh electrical monthly usage which turns out to be about $1,500 per month residual commissions to the selling broker with an override upline of 10% to 50% of the $1,500 payout.
Again, a HUGE difference compared to $1.75! Don’t you think?
Another difference between Consumer Choice Marketing ( CCM for short) and Independence Energy Alliance is the number of states or the energy footprint that they can do business in. Currently IEA can only do business in 4-5 states, where as CCM do operate in 27 States. This gives me the chance to use my contacts in other states, sponsor them and leverage my income. That I like… What about you?
While energy is the flasghip product and the real focus of this opportunity, I do like the fact that the CCM business model offers real savings on a whole host of services that people are already using and paying for each month. Services like Internet, VOIP phone, cable/satellite, cell phones and even wireless home security.
This business model allows us to go into states that are NOT deregulated today but will be tomorrow.
By Consumer Choice Marketing being a reseller or energy brokerage, rather than a direct seller, the partners that we choose to work with soem do offer green sourced electricity and that is for the consumer to choose. We also are developing a solar panel installation program for households and businesses that we are testing out in California right now. Once the run through is completed, it will be taken company wide and nationally.
This can satisfy the greenie in you…
Plus with the recent updates to the compensation plan, there is a bonus that is recurring. You can get a total of $18,000 over and over again from this bonus.
This is in addition to the other 7 ways you get paid from Consumer Choice Marketing.
You have to see it!
So there are some stark differences between Consumer Choice Marketing and Independence Energy Alliance that really cannot be ignored. These differences are what make Consumer Choice Marketing the PREMIER company for the energy deregulation business opportunity.