There has been lots of excitement around Numis Network lately. The company and its distributors make a great case for why numismatic coins themselves are a legitimate product. The issue that remains, can the holy grail of MLM be met...meaning can you create a long term residual income with Numis Network? I would say that is shaky at best.
Just about every gold and silver MLM company as failed. Numis Network is not the same as many of these others. They are not simply selling a substitute form of U.S. currency like selling silver dollars.
With that said, go ahead and go online and you'll almost always find a lower price. The price of Numis Network coins is a bit on the high side but almost always within what the market asks. My research shows an average online price for a 2010 MS70 to be around $93 while Numis Network offers them for $99. They're selling something that has very little margin and has a product that can be purchased at the same or lower price elsewhere.
Here's the bigger issue. The pay plan has to be based on something else since there is not a decent margin on these coins. That leaves their Fast Track Collector's Kit to generate commissions. Is this a legitimate stand alone item that really has value for a non-distributor.
The kit contains:
To carry, display and safeguard your coins you are provided a graded coin case. These cases can be purchased retail for about $60 and are offered separately by Numis for $59.95. Included in the kit is a MS70 Silver American Eagle which has a value in the $80-$100 range. Also included is a training system that will teach you about the industry of numismatic coins. However, much of this training can be found online from various sources for free. Of course you also become a member of the silver coin of the month club.
If you are into collecting coins them Numis is great. The MLM business part, however, is another question. The business is based on selling an overpriced starter kit that is only in existence to generate commissions.