Reviewing Tina J Kang’s MLM Coaching

Everyone loves a rags-to-riches story, and Tina J. King knows how to leverage hers.

From establishing her first network marketing company in her college dorm room, Tina is now the owner of a multimillion-dollar corporation

More recently, she cofounded Networker, Inc., which teaches other multi-level marketers on how to obtain high-quality leads online.

Without bothering your friends and family. Without paying a single ad. Not even spamming social media. 

Continue reading to find out my thoughts on Tina Kang.


This Tina J Kang's MLM Coaching review has been thoroughly researched with information and testimonials that are available to anyone in the public. Any conclusions drawn by myself are opinions.

“Just a few short years ago, I couldn’t recruit a single person [into my MLM company] if my life depended on it,” said Tina. “It’s true. I was 26 at the time, and after six years in the business, I could count the number of people I had sponsored on one hand.

No matter how hard I tried, I just couldn’t make money in network marketing; even though I was working day and night and doing everything my upline told me to do.”

In addition, this includes ten cold outreach efforts every day, 24/7 posting to social media, Zoom calls with top earners, and other initiatives. 

The fact that she was receiving little to no results didn’t deter her sponsor from telling her to continue. 

Before she discovered a sleeping giant and the single most bankable source of leads available online today, Tina had given up on network marketing completely.

She characterizes it as a dead-simple, hidden-in plain sight method that does not need any cold calling, no attending meetings, no rejection, and virtually no selling. In fact, she received several inquiries from individuals who wanted to know more about her products and company.

As a result, this is what happened: In an instant, her team exploded. Her bank account was filled with money. Her earnings amounted to a quarter million dollars in only four months, and she was no longer in debt or trapped in a job she didn’t like.

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The best part is that her new recruits didn’t have any irritating questions, no reservations, and no hedging and hawing before signing up. Tina was certain it was a fluke since it was so quick and simple. But then she passed the technique on to her subordinates, who, to her pleasure, found it to be just as effective as she had. She was well aware that she was on to something huge, as shown by her tax return ($363,305 for the previous year).

So, what exactly is this magical recruitment stuff, you may wonder. According to Tina in her video sales letter, this is because it involves placing your message in front of individuals who are already looking for a solution to a problem that your offer answers on Google. It makes no difference what company you are representing. 

You may offer essential oils, weight loss pills, skincare items, eye cosmetics, legal services, and forex courses, just to name a few things. It doesn’t matter. 

All you have to do is pay Google to get in front of those customers, drive them to a short video that screens, informs, and sells, and then book a call with the best of the best. 

(In other words, when Tina had promised no ads, no selling, and no rejection, she was deceiving us.) 

It’s a straightforward process. You put $500 into the pot and receive $1,000 out. According to Tina, just focus on doubling your money.

Moreover, if you’re naïve enough to think that it’s possible, you may schedule a free strategy call with Tina’s team. When it comes to closing the deal, they’ll attempt to offer you their Networker Pros done-for-you service, which will most likely cost you between $5,000 and $10,000. Plus, don’t forget that you’ll need more money if you want to gamble on Google ads

What’s my verdict? In my opinion, this is a no-go.

Personally, I think Tina’s marketing strategy is overpriced, risky, and deceptive. Also, I’m very certain she “borrowed” most of her style and wording from Steve Hofstaetter’s DFY Downline funnel

After all, multilevel marketing (MLM) is the red-headed stepchild of business models.

Elijah Olivas
Founder | 9 To 5 Renegade

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