The premise behind Clay Montgomery's mammoth list is that when you join up, you are paying $10 plus a $2 fee for the privilege to build a ‘mammothlist’ of interested business opportunity seekers as well as some serious income.
How it works is you join up and enter your name, email and phone number which gives you private access to a member's area. After validating your email, you can log in to the member's area of mammoth list. There you will find a list of 5 names that you send $2.00 each to. You will need to open an Alert Pay account - which is like PayPal - in order to pay them. Once they have been paid you will be given your own personal referral link to start marketing mammoth list.
You will be placed in the #5 position and those above you will each move up one position whereas the person previously in the #1 position is removed from the list. When I joined, Clay Montgomery was in the second position.
Ideally, you want to get 20 people to sign up through your mammoth list referral site and then have each of them duplicate your results. So the payout starting with cycle one would be $40, then $800, then $16,000. . . you get the idea. But as anyone knows in network marketing, this is never the case.
Realistically, I think this could make people who aggressively promote it several hundred to several thousand dollars over the course of 3 to 6 months, but I wouldn't expect to retire from it.
Since it is such a low price point, it should appeal to those who have little money to invest in a business as well as those with huge lists looking for another stream of income. I would not suggest spending much money to advertise or promote it, but rather focus on free advertising methods like free classifieds, traffic exchanges, lenes, fellow marketers, and videos.
Can Mammoth List make $200,000 for you for only $12 dollars?