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Plexus Review — Is it a scam?

Plexus Worldwide is popular a Health & Wellness MLM that seems to be geared more to women.

According to the site, they are dedicated brand aiming to provide its Ambassadors with success and financial freedom. In recent years the company has seen impressive sales that have continued to grow month after month.

If you’re looking for something that appeals a little better to men as well as women, 4Life is a good company to look at.

With core beliefs that promote trustworthiness, honesty, reliability, and responsibility, Plexus Worldwide wants to be a company worth exploring.

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QNET Review — Is it a scam?

QNET is an MLM that hasn’t settled on one niche, but offers several different lines—many of which are very unique.

This company is one of the fastest growing of its kind in the Asian market, but it is quickly becoming a favorite in the Western world, too. It’s a publicly traded organization that started in 1998 and they do some decent-sized sponsorships (one with Manchester City Football a.k.a. soccer).

Overall, the products seem really cool. It reminds us of some of the stuff you find in those airline shopping magazines.

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SkinnyBodyCare Review — Is it a scam?

SkinnyBodyCare is a weight loss MLM (like that wasn’t slightly obvious).

This relatively young company was started in 2011 by an experienced network marketer named Ben Glinsky.

Products offered are built and based upon results, which is good because the mission statement seems like they made it up on the fly. Seriously, according to the site… “Our mission is to provide our customers and distributors the highest quality products, tools, systems, resources, and everything they need to maximize their results, both physically, and financially!”

Mostly, it’s about the weight loss, but they’ve recently branched out to offer distributors a bit more. Continue reading

Kannaway Review — Is it a scam?

Kannaway is an MLM company specializing in hemp-based cannabidiol (CBD) products.

As far as we know, it’s the only network marketing organization offering products of this type. There are a ton of benefits, according to some research, and the market doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon.

Kannaway’s Oil is from 100% legal non-GMO European industrial hemp and according to the company it’s done, utilizing our proprietary extraction methods to extract the hemp oil from the mature stalk.

It definitely could be a unique venture, especially among those who understand the benefits.

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Isagenix Review — Is it a scam?

Isagenix is a health & wellness MLM focused on the younger generation of health-conscious individuals.

The company was founded back in 2001 and really seems to target the Millennial audience. 12 core values make up the foundation of the business, products, and opportunity provided. All of them have a flashy and appeal to that same core demographic.

A lot of talk about “being you” and “unleashing potential”. Could be a great idea for someone in that age group with a lot of friends.

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Ariix Review — Is it a scam?

Ariix is an MLM that has a little bit of everything, but specializes in beauty products and essential oils.

This company is one of the most seemingly legit network marketing business in the industry. It’s an Inc. 5000 with offices all over the world and a ton of products in several categories.

There is also no other MLM that works as hard to dispel the myth that all companies that have that classic pyramid style are scams. They literally say that their compensation plan is the #1 in the world. That’s a tall order to fill, but it was actually a vote taken by a leading site.

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Juice Plus Review — Is it a scam?

Juice Plus is an MLM in the health supplement niche.

It sounds weird that a company with the word “juice” in the name, that they don’t actually sell, well, juice. The main product is actually a tablet (both capsule and chewable) that contains juice powder concentrates from 30 different fruits, vegetables and grains.

Nobody eats the way they should and the company wants to (according to their site) bridge the gap between what you should eat and what you do eat, and provides the starting point for a healthier way to live.

There are other products here, but they’re all health food related. No skin care, no seemingly unrelated stuff. Just nutrition.

Juice Plus has been around since the 90’s, but the parent company (National Safety Associates) came on the scene in 1970, making it one of the older and long-standing network marketing companies in the world. Continue reading

Nerium Review — Is it a scam?

Nerium is a beauty MLM that sells a popular skin cream system.

It’s one of the few network marketing companies that is getting credit in the business world and is on the Inc. 5000 list.

The rapid growth that the company has been able to achieve isn’t necessarily from signing tons of distributors (the usual strategy). Most of the business comes from people genuinely loving the results. You can search on Facebook and there are no shortage of testimonials about the effects of the creams.

Nerium started in 2011 with one product and about 13 employees. It’s much bigger and way more popular now.

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LifeVantage Review — Is it a scam?

LifeVantage is a sleek, modern MLM in the health niche with products across a broad spectrum.

CEO Darren Jensen heads up the company with over 26 years and two successful network marketing ventures under his belt.

The first thing you’ll notice about this particular company is the style. Most organizations have sites that are, at best, not good. Everything about LifeVantage screams that they know how to look good; from the web pages to the products themselves—everything is nicely put together.

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Sundrider Review — Is it a scam?

Sundrider is an MLM with a broad health niche including skin care, household products, and weight management.

It’s one of the older kids on the block and was started in 1982 by Dr. Tei-Fu Chen. It’s a unique business model having over 2000 retail locations (something you don’t usually see in network marketing). Could be useful for those who want have something that feels more like a business.

Given that Sunrider has to fill those stores, they have a large number of products in six categories.

The company also goes out of the way to adapt themselves to health trends and popular things happening in their market.

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