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Beach Body Review —Is it a scam?

Beach Body is an MLM in the fitness and nutrition niche.

MLM companies come in a wide variety of types, but the most common is the fitness scene. Beach Body is among the many different fitness and nutritional based companies that offer opportunity for their participants to make money from sales of the company. (Imagine Take Shape for Your Life with a purpose).

Unlike many MLM companies that tend to focus on merely one aspect of the fitness realm, Beach Body focuses on the total body offering a range of nutritional supplements, gear, and even apparel to market toward their potential customers. Continue reading

Vasayo Review — Is it a scam?

Vasayo is an MLM specializing in health supplements. The company was started by Dallin and Karree Larson.

They bring products to the average person to improve their overall health. There are a number of MLM companies that sell vitamin supplement and health products, but this one is said to offer exactly what the body needs from a molecular standpoint.

If you’re looking for something a bit more scientific, take a look at Stemtech’s supplements.

It is a multi-billion-dollar company that has proven itself by winning multiple awards throughout its long history. Continue reading

Perfectly Posh Review — Is it a scam?

Perfectly Posh is an MLM built upon the concept of pampering yourself because you deserve it.

It is an entitlement and enrichment theology for the working individual who has not taken the time to indulge in the luxuries and self-focus that is needed from time to time. The brand, founded in October 2011, has built its company around this concept as well as the USA made best ingredient/natural ingredient concept.

Ann Dalton, the CEO and Founder, states that the company is Fun, Energy, Respect, Creativity, Honesty, innovation, and Passion. Andrew G. McBride is also listed as a Founder of the Perfectly Posh Brand, though no biography on the website is given. Continue reading

Party Lite Review — Is it a scam?

Party Lite is a home décor and candle MLM company specializing in finding and maximizing the personal signature of the people who purchase their products.

Primarily, the company is candle based and flameless fragrance based. The official founding of the company was in 1973, but there are claims that the fragrances and candles were first developed by Marbel Baker in 1909, which would make this one of the oldest fragrance companies globally.

Regardless of the official foundation of PartyLite, it has grown to be recognized as a leader in candle and fragrance distribution. Continue reading

Rain Review — Is it a scam?

Rain is an MLM in the health supplement category.

But Rain claims to be more than just a product distribution site. The thought process behind rain is that every supplement should be created from natural vegetable seeds and from health seeds without the additives of chemicals and such which cause other health foods and supplements to cancel out the benefits.

As such, the company is extremely focused on offering an array of seed-based wellness products for “concentrated nutrition”. There is a bit of confusion as to the founding of the company as it appears to have been established around 2009.

However, the claimed founder joined in 2011, and the company has ties to Rain Nutrition which offered their product line in 2010 and was developed by Dr. Arnold Leonardo. Confused? I was. Continue reading

Rodan and Fields Review — Is it a Scam?

Rodan and Fields is an MLM that offers a selection of products in skincare, claiming that the equation that they use is unique and life changing.

Founded in 2002 by Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields the company’s roots is in retail, specifically as a department store/social commerce brand. While the brand may appear to be still in the birth stages, compared to other companies within the same market, it does have a bit of stability.

Additionally, the company has had positive reviews from some top publications including Better Homes & Gardens which listed some of the products as “must try” items. Continue reading

Trivita Review — Is it a scam?

Trivita is a health supplement MLM founded by Michael Ellison.

The company has been around for nearly 20 years. That being stated, this does not mean that the company is well grounded.

According to the BBB (Better Business Bureau), the company and individuals who founded it were held responsible for making “false claims. These claims regarding the cactus-based-fruit drink, Nopalea.” Such raises concerns to the validity of the 10 Foundational Values they claim to uphold.

This company is based upon several different brands which are umbrellaed under the Trivita name. While there are a few supplements and products which have been proven to benefit the individual, the cost of such products is a bit higher than what you would find the supplements for in most stores. Continue reading

Stemtech Review — Is it a scam?

Stemtech is a unique MLM in the rare stem cell niche (not medical research).

The company was thought of in the 1970s by a teacher who was concerned at the attention of the students. This teacher decided to experiment with Aphanizomeon  and found that it had benefits.

Blue-green-algae as it is commonly referred to help to enhance stem cells development. Stemtech, a play on Stem Cells and Technology, was founded in 2005 by Ray Carter. Stemtech claims to be a stem cell research technology supplement center, but what does that mean? Continue reading

Shaklee Review — Is it a scam?

Shaklee is a nutrition and beauty MLM with a wide range of products (like Seacret, but with shakes).

The company which was founded in n1956 claims to exceed the standards of the United States Pharmacopia, have documentation and publications supporting their product and guarantees that their product works.

Shaklee’s slogan is creating healthier lives.

Lending to the authenticity of the product is a screening and testing, says Sonhee C. Park, PhD. CCRP, Senior Research Scientist. The company performs over 100,000 test per year on Shaklee products and has been used by Astronauts, Mt. Everest Climbers, the North Pole Dog Team, Jacques Cousteau, and more. Continue reading

Seacret Review — Is it a scam?

Seacret is an MLM focusing on skincare products using a dead sea advantage.

Seacret offers minerals from the dead sea and is a play on words using SEA and Cret to give the impression that they are offering something which the general public is not aware of.

The company was founded by Izhak Ben Shabat, co-founded by Mordechai Ben Shabat, Bettey Perez, and Elab Gotlib in 2005. Seacret markets the healing waters of the Dead Sea, sort of a fountain of youth gimmick, for their line of beauty and health products. Continue reading