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Please Just Join This For Free

You’ve probably see posts about rNetwork and, if you ever looked into it and their free Visa Debit Card but weren’t sure if it might be a good fit for you; the Free Membership is a great way to find out what all the buzz is about.

They’ve got some great benefits. The rConcierge is an exclusive service for Charter Members and FANNs of r Network. You can get expert advice and direction from industry insiders on some of life’s largest purchase decisions like buying a car, getting a mortgage, choosing a mobile plan and more. They will guide you through the entire process and provide exclusive savings that are not available to the general public. From start to finish, your concierge will be with you every step of the way.

Joining as a FANN, it stands for Financially Affulent Network Nominee by the way, is free. The monthly subscription is $0.00.

More importantly, your free membership lets you start saving right away. There’s no time limit. You could be a free member as long as you like. For clarification, free members are what they call FANNs. When you go to the site, join for free as a FANN and start using their Concierge Service for savings.

And, since there’s no auto-ship or annual fees. Plus, no gimmicks or ‘gotchas’. The Membership is truly free. See it here

I suggest the free member approach so you can see how everything works. You can attend their free webinars if you care to and learn more about the company and you’d be the first to hear all about the next phase of benefits they will be adding. My understanding is, there are some exciting things in the works.

You could be an upgraded Charter Member but, that’s your choice if you decided to do rNetwork as a business. It does seem like an easy business to be in. You don’t really have to sell anything… just offer members savings on things like mortages, cell phone service or auto loans, and more. Their comp plan allows for the possibility of being paid several times daily and there are company wide bonuses, too.

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