Most of Sunrider’s products are overpriced and aren’t particularly impressive. The site doesn’t even offer an ingredients list for individual products, making it hard to work whether they are any better than cheaper alternatives in the market. The compensation plan is similar to most other MLMs out there, and the company doesn’t really offer anything unique to make it worthwhile.
Network Marketing Lists & Reviews
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Vfinity is a typical MLM company, with the same types of products and approaches as countless other companies out there. With expensive products, a very limited selection and no proof of benefits, making any sales at all would be difficult and getting a full business going would be so much harder. To make matters worse, the company doesn’t even make its compensation plan clear until after you have signed up.
Young Loving offers expensive products that are far from unique in the marketplace. While the company does offer a range of products, the compensation plan and price of products would make it very difficult to convince people to actually buy the products.
Melaleuca is a very secretive organization. Product prices not listed on the website, a full compensation plan is not linked, and they deny being an MLM company. Their customer representatives attitudes give the company a bad name. There are many alternative green product creators out there which have much more transparent policies, and are not associated with the negativity of MLM cult mentality.
Reviews of Royal Prestige cookware seem to be on both far ends of the scale – some people love it, some people hate it. But in combination with deceptive marketing tactics from distributors and other high end brands with much better reputations, I don’t see this as a good opportunity to join.
There is a lot of typical “cure all” hype surrounding juice plus which I don’t believe for a moment. I also think there will be some real challenges selling this stuff without using deceptive marketing tactics. However, the entire health industry is rife with misleading claims. I have some mixed feelings about Juice Plus products, and in general do not recommend this as a business opportunity.
With no complaints or scam reports, a wide range of appropialtely priced products, cheap entry fee, and a focus on selling products instead of recruiting, this is one of the few MLM companies I can give a positive rating.
Though the product behind Tempo Wireless seems to be legit, I think there are many problems that you’ll run into with this business opportunity. The short list is: competition from big networks, existing contracts, and finding a network of customers.
Even as far as MLM weight loss pills go, SPX nutrition seems to be running on a budget. Their website is very basic, they only have 3 products, and the compensation plan is indistinguishable from similar companies in the industry.
With only 3 products and no real assistance in marketing the products to anyone but friends and family, I don’t think this is an opportunity worth getting involved in.