Is Numis Network a Scam?
If you’ve spent any time on the forum or reading about collecting coins on the web, you’ve probably run into the MLM company known as Numis Network. Without getting into the details, it follows the classic pyramid organization of MLMs where the people at the top make the most money, and progressively fewer people down the line make any money at all.
Omar Briones goes into great detail describing how the system works and concludes, “if you’re just thinking of joining for an opportunity to make a nice residual check, I wouldn’t recommend wasting your time with them at all.”
I deleted posts on the forum that were advertising the network because in my opinion, it’s not a good deal. There are easier and cheaper ways of accumulating MS-70 American Silver Eagles if that’s your main goal, and if your goal is to make money, there are much better ways of doing that too. Joining this MLM doesn’t serve you from what I’ve seen.
Yesterday I was emailed by someone wanting to advertise on this site. We agreed on a price and this morning I found the link and graphic in my inbox, along with an email notification that a payment had been sent to my Paypal account.
The link was to NumisNetwork. In order to be as objective as possible, I decided to take one more look at it. I read through this forum thread where NumisNetwork was discussed in detail by those who don’t stand to benefit from you joining. My opinion remains unchanged.
As I wrote on my about page, I value your trust more than advertising income. I’ll admit, I was tempted to take the money and put the advertisement up, but it’s not the way I want to run this site. I refunded the money from my Paypal account and emailed them saying I wouldn’t run the ad.
To return to the question posed at the start of this post, I can’t say definitively if Numis Network is a scam or not, but I can say I don’t recommend joining it.