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World Global Network Review — Is it a scam?

World Global Network is a wearable and technology MLM with some products you won’t find in any other direct selling company.

It’s a very new venture, started in 2011.

According to the site, their mission is simple. It’s time to bring people together to achieve a healthier lifestyle through technology. There is the health angle (like others in network marketing), but it’s not like any of those you’ve seen.

Some of the products seem really neat and you can bet they’re unique. The question is whether or not you can sell them to others and sign up distributors underneath you. Continue reading

Young Living Review — Is it a scam?

Young Living Essential Oils is an MLM company in the health and wellness industry.

They were established in 1994 in the farmlands of Utah and Idaho. They like to recruit others who believe in their mission in inspiring others to live in wellness and purpose.

Other than being the leading company in essential oils, they help the community through The Young Living Foundation. They work with children around the world and provide resources and education to help them reach their goals. Continue reading

Xyngular Review — Is it a scam?

Xyngular is a health and wellness MLM specializing in supplements and drink mixes.

The company was launched at a kitchen table in 2009, which is different than many of these direct selling corporations. Most of the time, they’re started by people who were hardcore MLMers or founders of other network marketing companies.

Not that it’s a bad thing, but the fact that this one has humble beginnings is cool and could mean they’re more geared toward the “little guy”.

The products are similar to a lot of others in the industry, though. Continue reading

Thirty One Gifts Review — Is it a scam?

Thirty One Gifts is an MLM specializing in tons of non-consumable goods (mostly bags, totes and baskets). Things like bags, jewelry and home.

It’s almost entirely geared toward women. In fact, the first line on the “Our Story” page is a company founded with the simple mission to empower and support women.

Started in 2003, this direct selling company seems to be first and foremost dedicated to helping women start a business selling things that other women want to buy. It’s a mashup of fashion and opportunity that could really appeal to many. Continue reading

Bode Pro Review — Is it a scam?

Bode Pro is a health MLM with a few drink-based products to boost productivity, focus and energy. They self identify as a start up tech company and focus on using technology.

They feature an app to help their distributors capitalize on social media by turning followers into paying customers. This app helps to scale your business while taking care of the things you may not be familiar with such as sales funnels and product fulfillment.

With one of the weirder compensation plans, there are definitely some unique things about this opportunity.

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Xango Review — Is it a scam?

XANGO is a MLM company operating in the health and wellness business sector. The company was founded in 2002 and is based out of Lehi, Utah.

This MLM is geared toward Millennials, focusing most of its recruiting efforts toward women.

Along with selling products, this company also gives back to the community. XANGO Goodness Foundation donates a percentage of net corporate profits to children’s foundations around the world. Continue reading

Zurvita Review — Is it a scam?

Zurvita is a health MLM that produces drinks and weight loss products.

Started in 2008 by a couple of direct selling magnates, Mark and Tracy Jarvis, the company seems to be geared more towards the distributors than it is the customer. Products seems cool, but according to the “about” page:

Create an environment where people can win at every level. The culture at Zurvita celebrates all successes with Independent Consultants at every level.

It seems to be geared more around faith than other MLMs, too. Which could be a plus, depending on what kind of business you’re looking to start. Continue reading

Freelife Review — Is it a scam?

Free Life International is a American MLM operating in the weight loss and wellness sector geared to both men and women.

Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, this MLM was founded in 1995. Free Life claims to change your life with science-based nutritional products.

Operating all over the world with more than $1 billion in sales, this MLM is extremely successful. Continue reading

JR Watkins Review — Is it a scam?

JR Watkins is an MLM that has been around since 1868, making it one of America’s oldest companies.

This company started in Plainview, Minneapolis and has grown to become a multi-national business. This company manufactures high-quality, eco-friendly products that contain all-natural ingredients.

All the products are packaged like they were carried into town on a stagecoach and will be sold by a guy in a fancy suit and bow tie. Given that the company is just shy of 150 years old, that may be understandable.

If you’re into something more sleek and newer, take a look at our ASEA review.

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ASEA Review – Is it a scam?

ASEA Global is a MLM company operating in the health and wellness realm.

This company officially launched in 2010 and has since grown to operate in over 25 countries. The company stands by their principles and strong value of ethics and integrity.

The unique name ASEA means “from the sea”, symbolizing rebirth and healing.

In symmetry to the meaning behind the company name, ASEA products are created to enhance cellular function within the body. Continue reading