VMDirect: now ComF5 – Facts, News and Review

by louabbott on November 3, 2009

VM Direct Changes Name to ComF5 February 2010

“VMdirect’s Mission Statement:

To connect people through a world-class communication platform, and to change the lives of our global Affiliate Network by developing strong leaders and providing a vehicle for unlimited prosperity.” — VM Direct Company Website

Ownership: Parent company is DigitalFX International


Open in 16+ countries

Founders: Mr. Craig Ellins and Ms. Amy Black; Richard Kall of NuSkin fame

Key product: Helloworld.com

Cost to join:
Initial packages from $79 to $1999 plus $49 to $199 per month

Compensation Plan: 3 x 8 matrix with generational bonuses.  Download  comp plan here.

Company Site

VMdirect, LLC
3035 E. Patrick Lane Suite # 9
Las Vegas, NV 89120

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Roger Silen June 14, 2010 at 1:06 pm Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0

Very solid product offering and now with $100 commission on a $99 sign up you are about to see an explosion of activity. Richard Kall, Industry icon is dead set on creating a major statement in the industry and many believe he will come through. Since the re-branding of VM Direct –> Comf5 and with the switch in control and ownership, the new company ComF5 is situated in a very aggressive and explosive position.


Maria Roberts February 2, 2010 at 7:29 pm Thumb up 1 Thumb down 2

Been with VM direct FULL TIME for almost 4 1/2 years now. Powerful product that EVERY company could use to enhance their marketing! My husband & I chose this company over all the others because of how it works with ALL companies! (I know there are people that actually say that but can’t provide proof)…I have many different Network Marketing Reps that are using OUR PRODUCT to enhance their marketing! Genius Idea and Great company!


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