Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Why we do what we do. Any questions?



The downline residuals shown in the table below were calculated within the framework that every agent in your downline has acquired 5 personal merchant accounts and 3 agents on their 1st level. 

 DW pays thru level 7 but for simplicity's sake the focus here is on what the potential is for every agent who is qualified for level 6 by having just 5 personal merchants and 3 personal agents!!

Downline Residual

Level
Profit Percentage
Merchant Accounts
Average Monthly Residual
1
5%
15
$146.25
2
5%
45
$438.75
3
4%
135
$1,053.00
4
4%
405
$3,159.00
5
3%
1,215
$7,107.75
6
3%
3,645
$21,323.25
                                   

                                                        Total 6-level Residual Monthly:           $33,228.00


Lammons
mikelammons@gmail.com
DW National Director

Friday, May 26, 2017

Happy Memorial Day Weekend, Agents!

Get ready for a great added processor to your DW family...and the benefits may get some of you BUILDING LIKE CRAZY!!

DW's one and only Mz Avita (at Mr. David's encouragement)  has been bird-dogging on your behalf and we can't wait for her and Digital World's BIG ANNOUNCEMENT --- in a couple of weeks.

Contact your dormant or fence-sitting agents right away and get them fired up and moving!

That's what Mike and I will be doing -- sitting at home, eating hot dogs and sharing with friends old and far about the best thing in business since sliced bacon!

Enjoy and blessings!

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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Many thanks to outstanding DW Agent Sean Stecker, for the wonderful merchant account that is residing on our Level 5 residual  commission payout!


You may have heard Sean on one of the DW calls, particularly the latest one (see your interface) but in a nutshell, here was his success order:

  1. Dinner with a friend, who overhears Sean speak to restaurant  cashier about their merchant processing terminal needing to be chip-enabled.
  2. Friend asks Sean about it and says his workplace has been discussing the EMV chips.
  3. Invites Sean to come out for an interview with IT dept.
  4. Sean gets the DW staff involved, and so begins several months' of high-level, incredibly high-tech juju.
Resulting in a beautiful, busy, profitable casino gracing our humble residual account.

FOR WHICH WE GIVE SEAN A HEARTFELT "Thanks" for speaking up and sticking with it!!


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Why doesn't every DW Agent have a great residual income, you ask.

Great question and we wish we knew.  Because all you need is

a team of Agents

who each get 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 merchant accounts AND

a merchant who signs up as an Agent and signs up his business as his account counts for his sponsoring Agent as BOTH an Agent  AND a personal merchant ...

and it only costs $195 for your DW interface and training and business AND

you get $100 for each Agent you enroll when initially trained by the brief video.

The simplest plan in the universe, designed for all earthlings to be able to do and DOOPLICATE!

How about sharing DW with a neighbor today?!  And then head up to a nice casino for a great steak and lobster dinner!!

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Where does Digital World stack up in the New World?

Just a quick note regarding where Digital World stacks up among the new financial payment modes that are out there circling  those of us just trying to figure out this dizzily-fractioning world:

Yes, we know there are all kinds of bit- and one- and eletherium- and MULTI other kinds of coin-ways to pay for things and they are where it's at. We have read about them and can't begin to understand how they work. 

Yes, we know that gold is where it's at.

Yes, we know that silver is where it's at.

BUT WE ALSO KNOW

that right now, and for the forseeable future, people either walk into an establishment or let their fingers do the walking into a storefront on their devices and they select something to purchase.

They then offer the merchant a payment method.

HERE'S WHAT WE KNOW:

if it's anything but cash, Digital World can process it.

And if your fingerprint is somewhere on the deal, YOU GET PAID.

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Your fingerprint may be on it personally, or 7 levels above it;  no matter where, you get from 20% to 5% to 3% to 12%.

You don't have to understand it.  It doesn't have to be the old traditional card.

Digital World and the processing industry is at the forefront of moving commerce along one transaction at a state-of-the-art time!

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The processing industry has never had a down quarter, nor an off day... well, except for 9-11. 

The processing industry is measured in Trillions of dollars, and globally is projected to surpass $54 Trillion by 2025. 

The processing industry is a juggernaut and that is where Digital World stacks up, as a way for ordinary people like us who will NEVER have a prayer of figuring out all that 'coin' stuff to take PART TIME effort and build FULL TIME residual income that, GET THIS, is rooted in the processing industry which...

 The processing industry has never had a down quarter, nor an off day and is measured in Trillions of dollars.

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Be sure to get your fingerprint into that pie, the earlier the better!

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NEXT BLOG:  SUMMER JOBS FOR TEENS

Friday, May 19, 2017

Basic Digital World Agent Skill Set

NOTE:  Sunday evening DW Weekly Wrap-up Call this Sunday (!) at 5pm Pacific time (8pm Eastern)

Dial in to (515) 739-1030,  code 319-289-214
It's a QUICK look at the best choice for a home business that is really a business-business!

Feel free to bring a guest!

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WE KNOW YOU'LL LOVE THIS DW AGENT/MERCHANT STORY:

Just heard this yesterday from Agent Angelia Harrington.  Angie was visiting us -- she has recently relocated from Georgia to California so it was good to catch up with her again!  She shared that she got a new merchant who just went active last Saturday. 

Get this:  he owns a service station in south Georgia!  His brother is one of Angie's merchants of long standing.  While Angie was on the road to California, someone kept calling her from Georgia from a number she didn't recognize so she ignored it.  Finally, the caller left a voice mail:

"PLEASE CALL ME BACK ASAP! I have to get set up on merchant processing for my new business by NEXT SATURDAY!"

Since Angie was on the road, boxed up and moving, she was in a quandry because there was not much she could do. 
 
But,  not to worry:  she called corporate and DW corporate stepped up to the plate.  Avita and Anthony got with the panicked merchant, got his paperwork done and overnighted him a terminal so he could be processing credit/debit cards, etc., by his opening biz day!

Angie remarked:  "Now I have merchants from Georgia calling me and I'm in California!"

And she gets paid on each and every one, from swipe to swipe and from shore to shore!
Digital World gives you more....

Almost sounds like a song!

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What skills are you looking for in a person to be a DW Agent? 

Agent Mike Lammons summed it up pretty simply:

Do they have $195?
Can they fog a mirror?

NOT TO BE FACETIOUS, but truly, the basic  skill set DW  requires  is your desire to get something positive going.


What other skills help?

Well,  in no particular order, here's a list:

Friendly.   
Focused.
Busy.
Has a smart phone or pc.  And can use it.

Truthfully, every other skill set that enhances your DW biz can be found inside your interface, with your team, and in DW corporate.  All the other answers (or skills) you need are part of the reason you are glad you are part of a Digital World universe.

If you were going out ALONE to be an agent for a processing company, YES, YOU WOULD NEED A TON MORE SKILLS -- FOR SALES, FOR TECH SAVVY, FOR NUMBERS AND FINANCE --
but this is not sales:   this is making friends, leveraging yourself through a network of professionals who do have all the  skills you are lacking, and bringing the  strengths of your neighborhood, your contacts, your goals, into a company that can help you capitalize in a way that nothing else can.

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

HELP A SMALL BUSINESS SUCCEED!

Betcha didn't know:
  • The current population of the United States of America is 326,169,768 as of Tuesday, May 16, 2017, based on the latest United Nations estimates.
  • the United States population is equivalent to 4.34% of the total world population.
  • the U.S.A. ranks number 3 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population.
  • The population density in the United States is 36 per Km2 (92 people per mi2).
  • The total land area is 9,155,898 Km2 (3,535,111 sq. miles)
  • 82.9 % of the population is urban (270,683,202 people in 2017)
  • The median age in the United States is 38.1 years.
The SBA said in 2014 (latest stats)
According to the overall U.S. listing, 28,443,856 small businesses are currently operating in the United States, and those businesses employ a total of 56,062,893 workers total. However, only 5,707,941 small businesses actually have employees; the remaining 22,735,915 are single-owner ventures without additional workers. The largest segment of small businesses includes firms with less than 100 employees—which includes the single-ownership group. These businesses make up a huge percentage of the employment options in the U.S.—nearly 99 percent nationally. 

 How important are small businesses to the US economy?

Small businesses have consistently played a major role in economic growth because they create so many jobs—many more than large businesses. In the first three fiscal quarters of 2014, reports the SBA, small businesses added 1.4 million new jobs, 39% of which were from very small businesses (with fewer than 50 people). 
As you can imagine, small business was key for the nation’s recovery from the recession. Between the middle of 2009 and the middle of 2013, 60% of the jobs created were from small businesses.

What’s the most frequent reason for small business failure?

According to a U.S. Bank study, a whopping 82% of businesses that fail do so because of cash flow problems. Remember that cash flow doesn’t just mean the amounts of money that are coming in and out: you have to take timing into account, too. If you operate a business based on an invoicing system, for example, and your invoices aren’t paid until after your loan payments are due, you might end up with a cash flow problem.
 DIGITAL WORLD PRIDES ITSELF ON BEING A SOURCE OF SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES -- ON HELPING SECURE CASHFLOW AND MINIMIZE EXPENSE WASTE!

Secure your own future with this great young company -- learn why and how with us this week:

🔻INVITE SOMEONE TODAY!!

DW is hosting a very special recruitment call Thursday! Learn the ins and outs of Digital World and hear from  guest speakers Mike and Barb Lammons and Sean Stecker! This is your chance to invite your new agent-prospects to hear about our incredible opportunity directly from Digital World CEO, David Daniels, Agent Support & Marketing Specialist, Anthony Huff, and the individuals who are making it happen.

Join us Thursday, May 18th at 6PM EST/3PM PST !!

Dial in by phone:
(712) 451-0549
Access Code:
550287

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Friday, May 12, 2017

The Future is Mobile Payments

Friday is Guest Post Day, so here's National Director Agent Mike Lammons:

Lots of excitement these days with Digital World. We get lots of calls as to best approach for Merchants.

First, I think every one should recruit two new agents, have them watch intro video AND you make $200.

From that point on, your biz cost is ZERO.


My Merchant approach is this:

Hey, I see you r taking credit
Cards.

I work with a company that will reduce your processing fee, give you FREE equipment AND give you a monthly RESIDUAL commission of the processing profit.

Sure stirs up interest

Mike

Mike Lammons
mikelammons@gmail.com 
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A quick note to your local merchants:

The Future is Mobile Payments

Young people are big fans of here-and-now convenience and less so big fans of cash. They're also big fans of their mobile phones. The amount of mobile payments is already in the billions, and the stakes are too high to risk not being prepared for the increase in people requesting to pay via mobile wallets within their phones.

Retailer acceptance is growing now—Android Pay, Apple Pay, and Samsung Pay—find their way. And, whether it's smart stand-alone POS terminals or fully integrated POS systems,  thinking about what you need to empower early adopters and the consumers of tomorrow is a wise idea.

Mr. Merchant, Are you ready for the changes in the payment processing industry; both present and future? See what you should know about the shifts in attitudes, policies and trends in the payment processing industry.  Talk to your local Digital World Agent today!

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A quick note to YOU, DW Agent:

You can GIVE your local merchant a FREE terminal that is EMV, chip, and NFC ready so they are equipped for all those young shoppers described above! 

Check your interface for information on the countertop terminal -- or contact Barb if you have questions!

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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Merchant Testimonials






Digital World Pay Agent News

Because we frequently get questions about Digital World merchants and 'are they happy?', today the blog features a picture of the very first merchant that a DW Agent signed, waaay back in 2015.  That was Agent Angelia Harrington (l) and she is with her friend at a small M___Grill in south Georgia.  The ladies are pointing at the Visa/MC/Amex logo that they affixed to the register because the Grill was CASH ONLY until Angelia spoke the truth about the benefits of taking non-cash payments to the Grill owner.


Angie basically said: "Try it: you'll like it."   "And if you don't, I'll come pick it up and send it back-- no harm, no foul."

Guess what:  the Grill DOUBLED their revenue the first month they went live with card processing, and TRIPLED the month after.

THE COMP PLAN IN ACTION:

Angelia is an Agent that Mike and I personally sponsored.

The M_____Grill is her personal merchant account, so the Grill is on our Level 1 (5%) and Angie's personal level (20%).

I just checked my residual statement in the interface for April, 2017 and, sure enough (sho nuff), we got paid a commission on the processing of M___Grill.  Again.  Just like every month since she plugged in her DW terminal and began letting her customers pay for their burgers with credit, debit or other non-cash ways!  This happy merchant is one of hundreds and hundreds across the US who call DW home.

But remember:
WHEN A DW AGENT SIGNS A MERCHANT ON TO DW PROCESSING, that Agent is in a fiduciary capacity with that merchant, and confidentiality is of PRIMARY IMPORTANCE.  We do not give out names of merchants, nor in any way compromise their privacy or do anything that might interfere with their business operation.

But trust us when we say, Digital World has many happy merchants, just like Angelia's busy cook above!

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But if you want something on the merchant side to brag about publicly, check this out:

Press Release - For Immediate Release

EY Announces Michael Nardy of Electronic Payments Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Semifinalist in New York

April 21, 2017

Calverton, New York - April 21, 2017 - EY recently announced that Michael Nardy, CEO of Electronic Payments, is a semifinalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Award in the New York Region. The awards program, which is celebrating its 31st year, recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.

Michael Nardy was selected as a semifinalist by a panel of independent judges. Award winners will be announced at a special gala event on Thursday, June 22, 2017 at the Marriott Marquis.
"Not only am I honored to be selected as a semifinalist for this esteemed award, but I am proud to represent the payments and point of sale industries as a whole," commented Michael Nardy. "Payment technologies are advancing like no other, and this milestone recognizes Electronic Payments' contributions and ongoing innovations to ensure businesses across the country run smarter, faster and better than ever."
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Mike Nardy, EPI

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Monday, May 8, 2017

Is the DW payments sector stagnant?

If current projections are anything to go by we say NOT JUST 'NO' BUT
HECK NO!

CHECK OUT THIS one small sector of the industry:


“The growing use of NFC technology and digital wallets among consumers will continue in 2017,” writes Scott Blum, Vice President and Lead Business Development, Marketing, and Integrated Payments at Total Merchant Services.
“Most major players in the mobile device industry have delivered their own versions of the digital (or mobile) wallet (e.g. Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay). With Apple Pay reporting a growth of one million new users per week, there are strong signs that many consumers prefer this method of payment,” adds Blum. “Digital wallets are quickly becoming the norm, particularly among millennials. Because digital wallet payments are faster than using EMV or traditional swipe credit cards, users are quickly converted and want their purchases to be seamless and fast wherever they go. This demand for digital wallets will significantly impact the way small business merchants provide payment services in 2017.”

In fact, the mobile POS market is expected to increase by a staggering 400 percent by 2019.  

Source: https://due.com/blog/state-merchant-processing-industry-2017/

And then, there's this:



Jan 2017
Purchase Volume Worldwide 2015 vs. 2025
Visa, Mastercard, UnionPay, American Express, JCB, and Discover/Diners Club are the global brand general purpose cards. By 2025, purchase volume for goods and services by cards with these brands is expected to reach $54.891 trillion. 

 U.S. General Purpose Brands Purchase Volume in 2016
Purchase volume, which is spending at merchants for goods and services, generated by cards issued in the U.S. totaled $5.143 trillion in 2016. 



And Nilson Reports estimates growth in US '15-'25 to be 103%!!

Hitch your wagon to a residual star that is not going anywhere but UP -- merchant payments processing.