Incruises Review-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Incruises Review. There has been a lot of vibe about this company so I decided to write a blog post on the company. Maybe someone has approached you on social media about Incruises. In this Incruises Review I would be talking about the company, its products and the compensation plan.

InCruises Review – The Company

 

InCruises operate in the travel MLM niche and are currently in prelaunch.

The Incruises website lists a corporate address in the US state of Florida, which the company claims is the address we use for all legal filings and customer mailings (if any). Our customer service staff works from this location.

We also have an office (not publically (sic) listed) where we house our in-house finance, operations and technology teams.

We also have a recording studio we manage from another non-listed location. We do not want to list these addresses on our site to avoid impromptu visits from distributors.

On the management side of things InCruises is headed up by Michael Hutchison (right) identified as Founder and CEO. Hutchison works out of an executive office in Orlando, Florida.

On his LinkedIn profile, Hutchison claims to have had his “share of failed start-ups”. Despite an extensive list however, no MLM companies appear in Hutchison’s provided employment history.

InCruises Review – The Products

 

There isn’t any physical products but memberships that get you access to discounts.

Cruise Membership costs $100 per month…

This gives members access to discounts and $200 per month in “Cruise Bucks”.

These Cruise Bucks then can be used to book cruises through their travel booking engine.

The travel booking engine is provided by World Travel Holdings…

Cost To Join InCruises

As of right now, affiliate membership is $195 and then $95 annually.

Conclusion On Incruises

As of right now I can’t give you the proper verdict because Incruises is actually in a PreLaunch and there isn’t much information out there.

From experience I can tell you this…

Travel based MLM companies never do well for some reason.

I haven’t really even seen one that took off…

So having that in mind, I would be cautious about joining this company and maybe wait it out for a few months.

I am not being negative, I am just going by experience.

There are tons of other MLM companies you can join…

I hope you enjoyed my InCruises Review and if you have any questions, please share them in the comments below…

VoxxLife Review-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my VoxxLife Review!

There has been a lot of vibe about this company so I decided to find out what it was all about.

The good news is I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision.

VoxxLife Review

For some reason VoxxLife doesn’t have any information on their website on who runs the show around there.

There isn’t a single drop of background info to find on the site, meaning that info on who owns VoxxLife, where it’s physically based out of, or when it was created is nowhere to be found.

However, if you dive into the domain name registration, it becomes possible to start putting the various puzzle pieces together.

Although it was originally registered on February 14, 2015, the domain name for the VoxxLife website was recently updated early this year on January 12. The owner is listed as Jay Dhaliwal, and an address in Ontario, Canada.

I did check out the VoxxLife website domain “voxxlife.com” and found out it was first registered back in February 14th, 2015 but was updated in January 12th of 2017.

When I checked out his LinkedIn profile, I noticed he cites himself as the President and CEO of Voxx Sports Inc. since 2010.

Further investigating the VoxxLife marketing video, it looks like VoxxLife is the MLM business opportunity that promotes Voxx Sports Inc products.

Now you know about the company, let’s find out what the products are about in this Voxx Life Review…

What Are The Products In VoxxLife?

Looking at the product line that VoxxLife is bringing to the table, the company is claiming to offer a wide array of insoles and socks that are “embedded with Voxx HPT technology.”

Along with this, VoxxLife states that, “VOXX HPT is a very specific sequence and pattern of neuroreceptor activation on the bottom of the feet that triggers a signal that aides in the brainstem reaching homeostasis.

The VOXX HPT pattern is woven or molded into different iterations of products including hosiery and footwear accessories.

The documented results and benefits arising from the products incorporating the VOXX HPT pattern include enhanced pain relief and management, especially PDN pain, enhanced postural stability and balance, and improved mobility and overall energy levels.”

More about the technology can be found on their website:

VOXX HPT is a very specific sequence and pattern of neuroreceptor activation on the bottom of the feet that triggers a signal that aides in the brainstem reaching homeostasis.

The VOXX HPT pattern is woven or molded into different iterations of products including hosiery and footwear accessories.

The documented results and benefits arising from the products incorporating the VOXX HPT pattern include enhanced pain relief and management, especially PDN pain, enhanced postural stability and balance, and improved mobility and overall energy levels.

These are athletic performance socks that take your athletic performance to new levels according to the company:

·        Soft touch top that holds the sock in place

·        Ergonomic y-heel that keeps the heel from slipping

·        EVongineered 2 zone arch for stability and support

·        Advanced nano-tech yarn guards against blisters, offers anti-bacterial protection and moisture resistance

·        Ankle hinge for better range of motion and

·        Voxx HPT increases strength and balance

VoxxLife Stasis socks can be purchased in knee-high ($45), crew ($40), mini-crew ($30), no-show ($30), wellness ($35) and liner ($30) varieties.

This is VoxxLife’s insoles produce line that optimizes your stability and balance which helps with 95% of any foot or back pain issues.

The VoxxLife insoles with VoxxHPT optimizes the users stability and balance at the nervous system.

VoxxSol are available in Bliss, Classic and Rush at $45 for medium and large where XL goes for $50.

Keep reading and pay attention because unlike all the other VoxxLife reviews out there, I am doing this as a third party…

VoxxLife Compensation Plan

You can get paid commissions to sell VoxxLife products to retail customers and build sales teams in this company.

There are 7 ranks inside of the VoxxLife Compensation plan.

You can hit these ranks either through sponsoring other members or team volume.

Sponsoring Qualification

·        Associate – Sign up as a VoxxLife affiliate

·        Qualified Associate – Generate 100 PV a month and recruit at least one affiliate

·        Team Leader – Maintain 100 PV a month and recruit at least four affiliates (two of which must be Qualified Associate ranked)

·        Director – Maintain 100 PV a month and have at least two personally recruited Qualified Associates and two Team Leaders in your downline

·        Managing Director – generate 200 PV a month and have at least two personally recruited DiGectors in your downline

·        Vice President – Maintain 200 PV a month and have at least four personally recruited Managing Directors in your downline

·        Regional Vice President – Maintain 200 PV a month and have at least four personally recruited Vice Presidents in your downline

PV stands for “Personal Volume” and basically is sales volume generated by retail sales and affiliate purhases.

Team Volume Qualification

·        Associate – Sign up as a VoxxLife affiliate

·        Qualified Associate – Generate $2000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels

·        Team Leader – Generate $5000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels

·        Director – Generate $25,000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels

·        Managing Director – Generate $60,000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels

·        Vice President – Generate $150,000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels

·        Regional Vice President – Generate $350,000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels

GV stands for “Group Volume” and is sales generated by your personal volume and your downlines volume.

VoxxLife affiliates earn a 25% commission on all retail

The cost to join VoxxLife is $40 and then $200 to $600 for a business builder kit:

·        Bronze / Founder – $200

·        Silver – $400

·        Gold – $600

The difference between the packages is the amount of products you get.

Is VoxxLife Legit Or A Scam?

It can be hard to tell with so many different people telling you different things.

So, what’s the truth – is VoxxLife a scam or is it a good business?

I would say it’s not really a scam. There are a few things you should be aware of before joining.

The best way to be successful is to be prepared and learn marketing techniques.

And now the moment you have been waiting for in this VoxxLife review…

Conclusion On VoxxLife

Overall VoxxLife looks like a great company!

Lack of stability and balance account for 95% of foot and back pain issues.

Although VoxxLife does directly pay affiliates to recruit other individuals, this does not seem to be a main area of focus for the company. Recruitment isn’t used as any sort of qualification that needs to be met in order to earn commissions, so the likelihood that chain-recruitment is taking place here isn’t strong at all.

VoxxLife isn’t a perfect opportunity by any means, but there is a chance to make some honest, fair money here.

Independent testing has shown increases in Power, Balance, Stability, Range of Motion and Recovery. Voxxsols are proven to be 98% effective at relieving plantar fasciitis.

Spark red flags, but VoxxLife does back this up with independent testing and validation:

·        California Sports Institute – 50 subjects in a double-blind study

·        Liuna – 69 members using SWAY Medical software

·        The Golf Lab – double-blind study of 72 golfers for distance and accuracy improvements

·        “3rd party rehab clinics” conducted a “1000 person study …  on foot pain and energy levels”

The best thing to do is compare the price points in the general marketplace for products like these and make sure you purchase the products to test them yourself.

In order to sell a product, you should believe in it.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my VoxxLife review and if you have any questions, leave them in the comments below…

 

Beep Xcoin Review-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Beep XCoin Review!

There has been some vibe about the company so I decided to look deep into it and find out what it was all about…

Some say it’s legit while others call it as scam, but I am going to put all the rumors to rest…

In this blog post, I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision.

Beep XCoin Review – The Company

When talking about Beep XCoin, we first need to take a step back in time to late 2013. This is when the company Beep Xtra launched, and it was an e-commerce platform that was being used to funnel affiliates into the pyramid scheme Karatbars International.

However, Beep Xtra didn’t have a very long lifespan at all.

The whole setup here collapsed in 2014, and the middle of this year saw Beep Xtra offering its affiliates securities that were unregistered.

This was a last attempt to keep things alive, and it worked right up until the beginning of 2016.

Despite already failing with its second attempt at staying alive, Beep Xtra is back at it once again under the name of Beep XCoin. However, rather than focusing on unregistered securities or funnel people into a pyramid scheme, Beep XCoin is all about cashing in on the ever-popular cryptocurrency niche that’s currently very hot in the MLM underbelly.

Xcoin Product Line Review

On the product line side of things, Beep XCoin sells four main packages to customers.

The packages being offered supposedly have to do with the mining of cryptocurrency through the company, and they look like this —

The first package costs $500 and has a two-year contract

The second package costs $1199 and has a two-year contract

The third package costs $2299 and has a two-year contract

The fourth package costs $10,000 or more and has a contract that’s negotiable by the buyer

When you buy into one of these packages, you’re apparently buying into a system in which you’ll be able to earn an ROI off of the mining of Beep XCoin and other legitimate cryptocurrencies.

Both retail customers and affiliates for Beep XCoin can purchase into these packages, and choosing to dump more and more money into them results in being able to earn more cash from the mining activity.

Beep XCoin Compensation Plan

Looking at the compensation plan that Beep XCoin is running, affiliates for the company earn through both the mining packages and by recruiting other people to join and buy into them as well.

On the recruitment side of things, affiliates can earn between 7% and 20% for a commission depending on how many people they recruit into the opportunity.

Initially, affiliates earn a recruitment commission of 7% if they recruit between 1 and 7 people into Beep XCoin. Get that number up to 8 through 19 recruits, and you’re looking at the commission being raised to 14%.

In order to get the full 20% recruitment commission, you’ll need to recruit a minimum of 20 total affiliates into Beep XCoin.

As for the commissions that are paid out through the mining packages, affiliates earn a commission of 7% for selling these packages to retail customers that are not involved with the Beep XCoin income opportunity.

If you’re interested in what Beep XCoin has to offer, you’ll need to pay the standee membership fee of $149 upfront and then a recurring monthly cost of $50 after that.

Additionally, you’ll also need to purchase one of the mining packages. This means that on top of the $149 upfront and $50/month, you’ll also have to shell out another $500 minimum in order to start earning with the company.

Is Beep Xcoin Actually Legit Or A Scam?

Any time a new business opportunity launches, you will always hear rumours about them being scams – so is Beep XCoin a scam?

From reading above, you might already be thinking Beep XCoin is a scam.

So, is it?

Is there a Beep XCoin scam, or is it legit?

To be honest, Beep XCoin isn’t a complete scam .

Beep Xcoin Conclusion

Beep XCoin is the latest MLM opportunity trying to make it big with the world of virtual cryptocurrency, but there are some major flaws throughout the opportunity that I’ve seen time and time again with other scams that are trying to make it big in this field.

For starters, Beep XCoin is not tradable on the public market whatsoever. The currency only has any value within the compensation plan itself, so affiliates and retail customers are essentially buying into yet another worthless form of currency.

From there, affiliates for Beep XCoin will likely spend the majority of their time recruiting other affiliates to join the opportunity as that’s where the majority of the earnings are to be had. Retail commissions are stuck at the 7% market, but these can go up to 20% if you focus solely on recruitment.

There’s simply nothing attractive about Beep XCoin, and just like Beep Xtra before it, it’ll likely shut down and collapse once recruitment and investment activity eventually dies off.

Only the anonymous admin(s) behind Beep XCoin will end up earning any money, and while this is typically true for schemes of this nature, the point is even more prominent here when you look at the outrageous buy-in cost to get started with the opportunity.

In short, don’t waste your time with Beep XCoin.

I hope you have gained value from my Beep XCoin Review.

Any comments  or questions can be sent below.

Multi Stream Funnel Review-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Multi Stream Funnel Review.There has been a lot of vibe about this company, so I decided to write a blog post on the company, its product and the compensation plan.

This Multi Stream Funnel Review will cover the company background, the products,the compensation plan and whether Eagle Line Cycler is actually legit or a scam.

With so many new MLM companies starting up every day, it can be difficult to determine which ones are legit and which ones aren’t.

When you make a big decision like choosing to invest in a new company, you want to be sure that your money is in good hands!

Multi Stream Funnel Review – The Company

The Multi Stream Funnel website does not provide any information about who owns or operates the company.

In fact, if you visit the Multi Stream website domain right now, it’s nothing more than an email capture page.

A little more digging revealed a Ryan Carlson in Utah who is involved in MLM, but it wasn’t clear if he was same guy until I found Multi Stream Funnel promotional material on his Facebook page.

I’m not too sure why the Multi Stream Funnel website domain is registered with a Nevada address when Carlson clearly hails from Utah.

Multi Stream Funnel Reviews – The Products

Multi Stream Funnel does not have any retail products or services to offer retail customers or affiliates.

Affiliates who join Multi Stream Funnel can only market the affiliate membership.

Multi Stream Funnel is yet another entity in the MLM landscape that isn’t marketing or selling anything to retail customers, and that is not a good thing at all.

The Multi Stream Funnel affiliate membership includes access to a lead generation platform.

The Multi Stream Funnel Compensation Plan

Affiliates who participate in the compensation plan are required to pay $20 a month for a $1 commission every time they sponsor others who do the same.

Residual commissions are earned on a 1-up model and paid out through a unilevel compensation structure.

This type of compensation structure puts an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team that places every personally sponsored affiliate immediately underneath them on level 1.

When a level 1 affiliate brings in new affiliates, they are put on the second level of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.

When a level 2 affiliate brings in new affiliates, they are put on the third level of the team; and it continues on down as many levels are are needed.

Affiliates receive their commissions at a flat rate of $20/month, so long as personally sponsored affiliates keep paying their monthly fee.

Affiliates are required to pass up the second sponsorship commission they earn to the affiliate who sponsored them.

This includes a downline the sponsored affiliate may build later on.

In addition, sponsored affiliates must also pass up their second sponsored affiliate commission.

So what this means is that every Multi Stream Funnel affiliate will pass up their second sponsorship commission to the affiliate who sponsored them.

Residual commissions can also be earned when non-paid affiliates being in new affiliates who sign up for $20.

In order to qualify for a $20/month commission, affiliates must continually pay $20/month.

If they stop paying the fee, any $20 commissions they earn will be passed up to the first fee-paying upline affiliate.

The cost to join Multi Stream Funnel as an affiliate is $20 a month.

There is a free option that is available, but free Multi Stream Funnel affiliates cannot participate in the MLM income part of the business.

Is Multi Stream Funnel Actually Legit Or A Scam

Any time a new business opportunity launches, you will always hear rumours about them being scams – so is Multi Stream Funnel a scam?

From reading above, you might already be thinking Multi Stream Funnel is a scam.

So, is it?

Is there a Multi Stream Funnel scam, or is it legit?

To be honest, Multi Stream Funnel isn’t a complete scam

Conclusion on Multi Stream Funnel

So here we have a business I call “pay to play”…

In order to earn…you must pay…

This business model depends heavily on recruitment and continuous fees…

No real products or services to offer…

Nothing to keep the business moving forward….

So when recruitment slows down and income decreases….

Affiliates will most likely start leaving….

Which leaves the company to collapse….

So, if you do decide to join, just keep that in mind…

I hope you enjoyed my Multi Stream Funnel review, and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…

 

MMM Reunited Review- Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my MMM Reunited Review. There has been a lot of vibe about this company, so I decided to write a blog post on the company, its product and compensation plan.

This MMM Reunited Review will cover the company background, the products, the compensation plan and whether MMM Reunited is actually legit or a scam.

MMM Reunited Review – The Company

 The MMM Reunited website does not provide any information about who owns or operates the company.

A quick look at the MMM Reunited website domain registration revealed that the website, “mmmreunited.org”, was registered privately on the 29th of January, 2017.

Info on who owns the company, who founded it, and where in the world it’s being run out of its nowhere to be seen, and this is never a good sign when dealing with any potential business opportunity.

Alexa rankings for MMM Reunited’s website indicate that the United States serves as the largest source of traffic as it accounts for 53% of all visitors. Additionally, Nigeria comes up in second place with 25% of all accounted traffic.

What this likely means is that the individual who is running MMM Reunited is probably based out of one of these two countries.

MMM Reunited Reviews – The Products

MMM Reunited does not have any retail products or services to offer retail customers or affiliates.

Affiliates who join MMM Reunited simply market the affiliate membership.

Affiliates for MMM Reunited are left with nothing more than the affiliate membership to sell to folks that are interested in the potential income opportunity, and a setup like this simply does not bode well in the world of MLM.

The MMM Reunited Compensation Plan

Affiliates who want to participate in the MMM Reunited compensation plan must invest between $20 to $1000 for a 100% monthly ROI.

Affiliates are eligible for a bonus 6% on their invested amount if they pay within 6 hours of signing up.

There is also an additional 2% bonus that can be earned if funds are invested within 6 to 24 hours.

It should be noted that if an affiliate wants to withdraw their ROI, they are required to reinvest an equal or greater amount than they initially invested.

Affiliates can earn a flat 10% referral commission on the funds that are invested by personally sponsored affiliates.

Affiliates who qualify for “Guider” status will have their referral commissions extended through a unilevel compensation structure.

Cost To Join MMM Reunited

The cost to join MMM Reunited as an affiliate is an investment of between $20 to $1000.

Additionally, you can increase your earning potential by becoming a Guider for the company by meeting the criteria that is outlined above

Is MMM Reunited Actually Legit Or A Scam?

If you’ve come across a review that says MMM Reunited is a scam while researching, I wouldn’t be surprised.

A lot of marketers will tell you something is a scam just so they can sell you something else.

So, can you trust those other reviews?

What is the truth about MMM Reunited? Is it really a scam, or is it legit?

I would say no, not exactly. However, there are a few things in the business you should be aware of – read on to the conclusion to find out what they are.

Knowing what you’re getting into is the best way to be successful.

Conclusion on MMM Reunited

Affiliates join MMM Reunited by investing money in order to secure a monthly ROI, and further money can be made by recruiting other people to join and do the same.

The use of newly invested funds to pay off existing members is as simple as they come in regards to Ponzi schemes, and that’s exactly what we’re dealing with when it comes to MMM Reunited.

And as affiliates invest their own money, other affiliate in their upline make a commission…

This is essentially just cycling money up through the company….

And companies like this generally don’t last too long…

Recruitment slows down and affiliates realize that if they don’t continually recruit they won’t increase their income…

So my advice here is join at your own risk!

I hope you enjoyed my MMM Reunited review, and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…

 

Eagle Line Cycler Review-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Eagle Line Cycler Review. There has been a lot of vibe about this company, so I decided to write a blog post on the company, its product and the compensation plan.

This Eagle Line Cycler  review will cover the company background, the products,the compensation plan and whether Eagle Line Cycler is actually legit or a scam.

Eagle Line Cycler Review – The Company

The Eagle Line Cycler website domain was registered as “eagleteam.club” on February 22nd, 2017.

The registration also lists Bertrand Aballo as the owner, who provided an address in Borgou, Benin.

A quick look at the private Eagle Line Cycler Facebook page shows that Bertrand Aballo is an admin and goes by “Bertrando Gate”.

Aballo was promoting a company called Eagle Team in December of 2016, which was a 2×2 matrix cycler that seems to have been the predecessor of Eagle Line Cycler.

When I went to the Eagle Team website to learn more, I found that it was non-responsive, which likely means it has already collapsed.

Eagle Line Cycler Review

Eagle Line Cycler does not offer any retail products or services to retail customers or affiliates.

Affiliates who join Eagle Line Cycler can only market and sell the affiliate.

The Eagle Line Cycler Compensation Plan

Eagle Line Cycler affiliates who want to take part in the compensation plan must donate 0.0025 BTC to each other through a 2×1 matrix cycler.

An Eagle Line Cycler 2×1 matrix puts an affiliate at the top of a matrix that has 2 positions beneath them.

When an affiliate first starts out, they donate 0.0025 BTC to an existing Eagle Line Cycler affiliate.

Once this payment is made, the affiliate is given a matrix position, which is then utilized to track two 0.0025 BTC donations.

These donations can come from newly sponsored or existing affiliates who are re-entering the cycler.

Both matrix positions earn a 0.0025 BTC donation, for a total of 0.005 BTC for each cycle.

Once a cycle occurs, the affiliate must donate an additional 0.0025 BTC to get back into the cycler.

In addition, affiliates earn a 50% recruitment commission for each personally sponsored affiliate.

To sign up as an Eagle Line Cycler affiliate, it will cost 0.005 BTC, so this adds up to 0.0025 BTC for every affiliate that is sponsored.

Cost To Join Eagle Line Cycler

The cost to join Eagle Line Cycler as an affiliate is 0.005 BTC.

To take part in the full compensation plan opportunity, there is an additional 0.0025 BTC donation that is required.

Is Eagle Line Cycler Legit Or A Scam?

If you’re like me, you’ve been researching Eagle Line Cycler and you may have heard that it is a total scam.

From what you have read above, you may not be able to tell if it is legit or not.

So, is it really a scam?

I would say Eagle Line Cycler isn’t a complete scam, but there are definitely some things you should be cautious of – check out the conclusion to find out what those are.

Conclusion on Eagle Line Cycler

The opportunity being offered here has individuals send in a gift payment, get two people to fill their cycle, and then rinse and repeat from a pretty much endless number of times.

The 0.0025 BTC amount that affiliates hand over goes to the affiliate above them, and this results in Eagle Line Cycler being a cash gifting scheme.

As all other cash gifting schemes have shown, Eagle Line Cycler will run into major trouble once recruitment levels inevitably die down. This will see most affiliates losing out, with only Bertrand earning anything of honest value.

And the only way to increase your income is to continually recruit new affiliates….

Companies that rely on recruitment to propel their business forward tend not to last much more than a few months…

As recruitment numbers die down, so does income…

So, my conclusion here is…

If you do choose to join this company, keep this in mind before signing up…

I hope you enjoyed my Eagle Line Cycler review, and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…

Click Here For My No 1 Reccomendation

 

Questra World Review-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Questra World Review.There has been a lot of vibe about this company, so I decided to do this Questra World review to show you what this business is all about.

Some say it’s a scam while others say it’s legit so who do you believe?

The good news is I am going to  walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision to join or not…

What is Questra World?

Questra World is an investment opportunity where you put in money to get a weekly ROI of 4% or more.

The company is fun by a man named Jose Manuel Gilabert who is the CEO who launched this under Questra World this year.

However, when I went to investigate this further, I found some shocking information…

Questra World Review

The corporate address is based in Madrid, Spain, but I found the same address on the AirBnB website that lists a one bedroom apartment for $45 per night…odd right?

The domain name “Questraworld.es” was registered on June 30th of 2016 and has “Questra Holdings” as the owner.

I did a little digging there and found out that Questra Holding launched back in 2015 and used the domain name “questra.es”, but it’s no longer used.

Another piece of information that doesn’t help Questra World is that Belgium’s Financial Services and Markets Authority put out a regulatory warning September of 2016 against Questra Holdings.

Questra Holdings is not an authorized investment firm or credit institution in Belgium. It is therefore not allowed to provide banking and/or investment services in or from Belgium.

Only thing I am not sure of is if Questra Holdings became Questra World because of the heat from regulatory institutions…

Right now, this company just has too many red flags out of the gate but I will keep going in this Questra World review…

Questra World doesn’t offer any retail products or services, but gives you the ability to join as an affiliate and invest.

In other words, Questra World is selling affiliate memberships with a tied investment opportunity.

Let’s take a look at the compensation plan next…

Questra World Compensation Plan

There are 11 different levels for affiliates to invest in, but the main one is the Standard level that sees affiliates invest anywhere from 90 EUR up to as much as 999,999 EUR. The Standard level advertises an average weekly ROI of 6%, but in order to actually get that 6%, you’ll need to invest at least 21,870 EUR. Additionally, investing the bare minimum of 90 EUR will result in a weekly ROI of 4%.

Another thing worth noting here is the fact that affiliates are unable to withdraw their earnings until a total of 52 weeks have passed since they initially invested their money into the company.

 Questra World Ranks

The company has 11 affiliate ranks in total and this is what that looks like with their qualifications:

·        Newcomer – Join and invest in a Questra World plan

·        Bronze Agent – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €3000 EUR

·        Silver Agent – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €25,000 EUR

·        Gold Agent – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €50,000 EUR

·        Platinum Agent – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €100,000 EUR

·        Bronze Director – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €500,000 EUR

·        Silver Director – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €1,000,000 EUR

·        Gold Director – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €3,000,000 EUR

·        Platinum Director – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €10,000,000 EUR

·        Managing Director – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €30,000,000 EUR

·        Super Director – Personally sponsor affiliates who together invest at least €100,000,000 EUR

Questra Referral Income Commissions

All referral commissions are paid out through a unilevel compensation plan structure.

If you don’t know what that looks like, check this out:

·        You

·        Level 1:  Personally enrolled members

·        Level 2:  Level 1’s personally enrolled members

·        Level 3:  Level 2’s personally enrolled members

And so on…

All of the commissions generated here are a percentage of the funds that are invested by affiliates in the unilevel legs.

That percentage will be determined by affiliate rank a Questra World member has achieved:

·        Newcomer – 5%

·        Bronze Agent – 7%

·        Silver Agent – 9%

·        Gold Agent – 10.5%

·        Platinum Agent – 12%

·        Bronze Director – 13%

·        Silver Director – 14%

·        Gold Director – 14.5%

·        Platinum, Managing and Super Directors – 15%

These bonuses are coded and ALL of the Questra World investments pay 15%, but you only get what your rank qualifies.

Any left over percentage will go to the next upline who qualifies at a particular level.

When you hit Gold Director rank or higher, you can apply for an interest free loan.

Questra World says that this loan can only be used for real estate or a car with a 25% down payment from you.

The rest of the 75% will be paid over 5 years for a car or 10 years for real estate by Questra World.

They will deduct the payments from your affiliate commissions.

Cost To Join Questra World

The cost to join Questra World depends on which plan you invest with:

·        Standard – €90 to €999,999 EUR

·        White – €90 EUR

·        Yellow – €270 EUR

·        Green – €810 EUR

·        Blue – €2430 EUR

·        Red – €7290 EUR

·        Black – €21,870 EUR

·        Indigo – €65,610 EUR

·        VIP – €100,000 EUR

·        VIP Gold – €250,000 EUR

·        VIP Platinum – €500,000 EUR

The main difference between the plans is your income potential in the compensation plan.

The moment you have been waiting for in this Questra World review

Have you been hearing rumours that Questra World is a scam?

After reading this review, you might still be asking yourself if it is really legit.

So – what is the truth? Is there really a Questra World scam going on?

If I am being perfectly honest, Questra World isn’t entirely a scam.

 Conclusion On Questra World

Questra World claims it generates these crazy high ROI’s through Atlantic Global Asset Management…

Let’s think of this logically for a moment and I really want you to pay attention to what I am going to say next…

If they could really generated 300% to 500% ROI in 7 to 8 months through Atlantic Global Asset Management, why do they need these HUGE investments from affiliates?

The biggest risk here is you won’t be paid ANY ROI for 365 days and the sad reality is that most of these companies go under much sooner than that.

 I hope you enjoyed my Questra World review and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…

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Pyur Global Review-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Pyur Global Review.There has been some vibe about this company and I decided to investigate what it was all about and write a blog post on the company.

Chances are someone approached you about the business opportunity and now you landed on this blog post just to make sure it’s something real or legit and not a scam.The good news is I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan.

Now let’s take a look at the company itself  Pyur Global.

Pyur Global Review

Pyur Global is operating in the health and wellness niche with a specific focus on offering nutritional supplement products.

There are three main supplements being offered — O2, QO2, and MG20 — and they serve the purpose of helping your digestive system, providing “antioxidant benefits”, and more.

Along with these, Pyur Global also sells a little gadget that is able to track your pulse and deliver that information to an app on your smartphone.

Pyur Global is the brain child of founder and CEO Bob Bremner who launched the company back in 2016 and specializes in the nutritional supplement MLM niche.

In the past, Bob Bremner launched a company called The Legends Network back in 2014 and vStream TV in 2015 which was a stream box service.

As of today, vStream TV is still operating, but looks like it’s been declining over the last year…

Anyway, now you know what’s going on in the company, let’s take a look at the products next…

Pyur Global Review – The Products

Pyur Global is a health and supplement company that also specialists in heart pulse device and related apps.

·        O2 – A proprietary natural mineral complex delivered in an easy-to-use sachet, retails at $42.95 for a a bag of 30 servings

·        QO2 – A dietary supplement blend of high-grade and low dose base L-Arginine with other ingredients that trigger the production of healthful Nitric-Oxide in the body, retails at $49.95 for a a tub of 30 servings

·        MG20 – Muscadine grapes “antioxidant benefits”, retails at $49.95 for a bottle of 30 capsules

·        iHeart Device – Get an insight of your fitness levels with regular monitoring of the key factors that are strong indicators of your overall health, retails at $195 for a finger device plus app (free or paid subscription)

You can also purchase a $142 bundle pack is also available, that has one bottle of MG20, one tub of QO2 and two bags of O2.

Pyur Global Compensation Plan

In the Pyur Global compensation please, you can get paid when you sell their products to retail customers and sponsor other business partners.

All residual commissions are paid out through a binary compensation plan with a matching bonus depending if you qualify.

Pyur Global pays you retail commissions to customers that are not affiliates in the company.

Basically retail commissions are calculated by taking the difference between retail and wholesale pricing of the products ordered.

You can also get a 25% bonus each week on sales volume generated by retail customer orders for that week.

Pyur global pays a 25% bonus on sales volume generated by retail customers or newly sponsored business partner orders.

·        25% of sales volume generated by all retail customers orders

·        25% of sales volume generated by product orders newly recruited affiliates place within 30 days of signing up.

Pyur Global

Like all network marketing companies, you can get paid through a compensation plan when you sell your products to customers or sponsor new members.

Pyur Global uses a binary compensation plan to pay their affiliates and has two legs or teams.

Binary compensation plan can be filled by your upline, you and your downline making it very powerful in the long run.

Cost To Join Pyur Global

Cost to join Pyur Global is anywhere between $39.95 to $499.

Basic affiliate membership – $39.95

QO2 & O2 Bundle – $109.90

2x QO2 & 2x O2 Bundle – $179.85

MG20, QO2 & 2x O2 Bundle – $181.95

O2, QO2 & iHeart Device Bundle – $299.95

2x QO2 & O2 & iHeart Device Bundle – $369.95

MG20, QO2, O2 & iHeart Device Bundle – $371.95

Builder Pack – $499 (2x MG20, 2x QO2, 4x O2 & iHeart Device)

 Is Pyur Global Legit Or A Scam?

Have you been hearing that Pyur Global is a scam?

Have you heard Pyur Global is legit?

It can be hard to tell with so many different people telling you different things.

So, what’s the truth – is Pyur Global a scam or is it a good business?

I would say it’s not really a scam. There are a few things you should be aware of before joining.

The best way to be successful is to be prepared going in, and have a plan to market yourself.

Conclusion On Pyur Global

So what do you guys think, Pyur Global legit or a scam?

To be honest, it’s not a scam or anything because it has retail products that can be sold to customers.

One thing I did notice is the prices of the products are on the high side and would compare them to the general marketplace to make sure they can be sold at that price.

The iHeart Device is manufactured by third party vendor and can be purchased for $195 or $159 on Amazon.

The best thing to do really is to try out the products yourself and see if you resonate with them.

I hope you enjoyed my Pyur Global review and if you have any questions leave them in the comments below…

My Club 8 Review- Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to My Club 8 Review!

There has been some vibe about this company so I decided to investigate what it was all about…

Some say the company is 100% legit while others call it a scam so I decided to do more research on the company and write a blog post on it.

I have done all my research in this My Club 8 review do you can learn the honest truth and decide if it’s right for you.

Is My Club 8 a scam? Is it legit?

Can it really deliver on it’s promises? Let’s find out in this review.

My Club 8 Review

For some reason, there is no information on My Club 8 website on who actually runs the show.

I decided to investigate the My Club 8 website domain “myclub8.com” and found out it was privately registered on January 10th, 2017.

When I dug in deeper, I found out that on March 13th press-release published on a Laguna Blends investor website shows the owners of the “Club 8 marketplace”.

Laguna Blends promotes Hemp products through it’s B to B Network and driving traffic to it’s Club 8 online marketplace.

When I checked out more information on Laguna Blends, I found out it’s a Canadian company that specializes in product development, sales, marketing and distribution company for Hemp based products and solutions.

The man behind Laguna Blends is the President and CEO Ray Grimm Jr.

He joined Laguna Blends as President in May of 2016 and took the position of CEO on top.

As of right now, My Club 8 is in prelaunch and could be the reason why this information isn’t found on the website.

 Club 8 Products

This information wasn’t found on their My Club 8 website, but on that press release about Laguna Investors back in March 13:

This acquisition is a major step forward in establishing Laguna as an international leader in the global cannabis industry.

The Target company has an extensive portfolio of intellectual property and hemp driven CBD products including isolates, full spectrum oils, pain creams, oral sprays and other nutraceutical products.

This will be the direction the My Club 8 product line will be going and isn’t public just yet…

I have seen some marketing material on something called “Nano Drops”:

With Nano Drops you can now infuse your favorite water or beverage with the Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidant, Neuroprotective benefits of Hemp CBD.

The price will be around $39.95 for two bottles, but not sure if that is retail or wholesale.

My Club 8 Compensation Plan

Because My Club 8 is in prelaunch right now, there isn’t a ton of information out there.

My Club 8 are running a different compensation plan to the one they intend to launch the company with.

I do intent to review the full my Club 8 compensation plan when the company launches later this month. The analysis below however pertains to the company’s current prelaunch compensation plan.

The My Club 8 prelaunch compensation plan is built around the concept of “locking in” an affiliate position for $39.95 plus a shipping fee (this matches up with the Nano Drops pricing).

Once purchased, a My Club 8 affiliate position is placed into a straight-line queue. The significance of this is not evident in the My Club 8 prelaunch compensation plan.

What “locking in” a My Club 8 affiliate position does do is pay commissions through five levels of recruitment.

These commissions are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.

A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):

 

Right now in the prelaunch, the compensation plan is built around the concept of “locking in” an affiliate position at $39.95 plus shipping fee.

Once an affiliate does buy, you get an affiliate position placed into a straight line queue.

This “locking in” a My Club 8 affiliate position pays commissions through five levels in the unilevel compensation plan.

When you sponsor a new member, you get paid 2.5% of the affiliate membership fee in the unilevel.

Basically, when you sign up you get qualified to earn five levels down.

This can be increased to 100 levels by personally sponsoring more members:

·        Sponsor six affiliates to earn on 20 unilevel team levels

·        Sponsor eleven affiliates to earn on fifty unilevel team levels

·        Sponsor sixteen affiliates to earn on seventy-five unilevel team levels

·        Sponsor twenty-one affiliates to earn on one hundred unilevel team levels

Is My Club 8 A Scam Or Is This Legit?

As I am sure you have heard with most business opportunities, there are a lot of scams on the internet, and My Club 8 might be a scam with them.

Having read the review above, you might be wondering if My Club 8 is legit or completely a scam.

So, is it a scam?

Is My Club 8 a scam, or can you make a proper business with it?

Honestly, My Club 8 isn’t a complete scam, but there are definitely some things to be aware of (see the conclusion section).

Whether you decide to join or not, you really need to master your marketing and lead generation.

The cost to join My Club 8 is $39.95 and there is an optional $99 per month autoship which increases your income potential through the compensation plan.

Conclusion On My Club 8

Overall, the company is not a scam

I did noticed that My Club 8 when launched will switch to a new and improved unilevel compensation plan that pays 8 levels instead of the current 5.

There is just one problem right now and maybe they will fix it after launch…

There isn’t any retail products being sold to retail customers, but bundled in the affiliate membership.

To have any network marketing company legal, there has to be retail sales going on…

I hope you enjoyed my My Club 8 review and if you have any questions, leave them in the comments below…

 

Zilis Review-Is It Legit Or A Scam?

Welcome to my Zilis Review!

There has been some vibe about this company so I decided to write a blog post on what it was all about.

Some people call Zilis legit while others call it a scam, but I am going to put all the rumors to rest in this post…

I have all the facts about this business in my Zilis Review so you can learn the full truth about it!

Is Zilis legit or a scam?

Zilis Review – The Company

Zilis is the brain child of a husband and wife duo Steven and Angie Thompson who founded the company.

They launched the company mid 2015 and is based out of US state of Texas and has been going well since then.

Just a little bit about the Thompsons from their corporate bio reveals…

After starting their first health and wellness endeavor shortly after college, they have gone on to build three highly successful global enterprises.

To date, the Thompson’s have built teams totaling over 250,000 people in 40 countries throughout the world.

In addition, Steven has served as Director of Marketing and Vice President of Sales for multiple international Direct Selling firms.

Now I know it doesn’t really mention any previous network marketing companies in their bio, but after doing some research I found out Steven Thompson was an affiliate with Cyberwize from 2001 to 2009 and in 2010 it became LiveSmart 360.

For some LiveSmart 360 only survived until 2015 from where Thompson left and did his own thing with Zilis.

Now let’s check out the products next…

Zilis Review – The Products

As for the product line that Zilis is bringing to the table, the company is trying to to be somewhat similar with Amazon.

There are a ton of third-party products that can be purchased through Zilis commerce platform, and Steven Thompson describes it in the following manner.

“After many years developing proprietary products in network marketing I realized we had it backwards. Why not find the best products being made and offer them through our company?”

Along with this philosophy, Zilis offers a wide array of products. Some of the most notable ones include —

Vera Life

Clean Machine

  Safe4U Cleaning

Cutting Edge Health & Wellness

Elementa Essential Oils

  Wright Family Organic Skin Care

  Etc.

You can find full retail pricing and the entire product catalogue on the official Zilis website, but from what I can see, there definitely appears to be a fairly strong focus on health and wellness-centric items amid everything else

Zilis Compensation Plan

In the Zilis compensation plan, you can get paid by selling their products to retail customers or sponsor new business partners who buy products.

Zilis Ranks

Zilis has 10 ranks overall in their compensation plan which look like this with their proper qualification requirements:

·       Ambassador – Sign up as a Zilis affiliate

·        Associate Ambassador – Generate 180 PV a month or have a 120 PV autoship order, have generated an accumulated 200 PV since signing up and recruit at least two MLM commission qualified affiliates (one on either side of the binary team)

·        Community Ambassador – Generate 180 PV a month or a 120 PV autoship order and have a monthly downline volume of at least 2500 GV (no more than 50% from any one unilevel leg)

·        City Ambassador – Generate 180 PV a month or a 120 PV autoship order, have generated an accumulated 1300 PV since signing up and have a monthly downline volume of at least 5000 GV (no more than 50% from any one unilevel leg)

·        Area Ambassador – Generate 225 PV a month or have a 150 PV autoship order, recruit at least four Associate Ambassadors (two in each binary side), have a monthly downline volume of 12,500 GV (no more than 40% from any one unilevel leg) and 2500 GV in monthly volume from each binary team side

·        Regional Ambassador – Generate 300 PV a month or have a 200 PV autoship order, recruit at least six Associate Ambassadors (three in each binary side), have a monthly downline volume of 50,000 GV (no more than 40% from any one unilevel leg) and 10,000 GV in monthly volume from each binary team side

·        National Ambassador – Maintain 300 PV a month or have a 200 PV autoship order, recruit at least eight Associate Ambassadors (four in each binary side), have a monthly downline volume of 100,000 GV (no more than 40% from any one unilevel leg) and 30,000 GV in monthly volume from each binary team side

·        Presidential Ambassador – Maintain 300 PV a month or have a 200 PV autoship order, recruit at least ten Associate Ambassadors (five in each binary side), have a monthly downline volume of 200,000 GV (no more than 40% from any one unilevel leg) and 80,000 GV in monthly volume from each binary team side

You can also get customer points for Area Ambassador to Presidential Ambassador that looks like this:

·        Area Ambassador – Maintain 100 active retail customers or 12,500 GV a month in retail orders

·        Regional Ambassador – Maintain 300 active retail customers or 50,000 GV a month in retail orders

·        Presidential Ambassador – Maintain 1000 active retail customers or 200,000 GV a month in retail orders

Cost To Join Zilis

The basic Zilis membership is $99 one-time…

On top of that, there is an affiliate back office to help Zilis members with managing large organizations for another $29 per month.

Here are the three optional Starter Packs mentioned before:

·        Bronze – $199

·        Silver – $599

·        Gold – $1299

The only difference between the packages is the amount of product and income potential in the compensation plan.

The moment you have been waiting for in this Zilis review…

Is Zilis Legit Or A Scam?

So, like with all business opportunities, you will hear things around the internet about there being a Zilis scam or something like that.

And from what you have read, you may also wonder if this is legit or a complete scam.

So, what’s the truth?

Is there a Zilis scam going on or is this legit?

Well, to be honest, Zilis is not really a proper scam or anything like that

 Conclusion On Zilis

Overall, Zilis isn’t a scam or anything, but it has to watch out for too much focus on the recruitment side.

For example, if Zilis got investigated by the FTC as it stands, it probably won’t get out alive…

The whole “pay more to earn more” is actually not legit anymore when it comes to MLM product packs.

For example, with Bronze start pack you can earn 10% in the dual team where with Silver you can earn 15% in the dual team.

Also, having an autoship to qualify for commissions for an affiliate isn’t compliant either…

Other than the compensation plan part, the actual product side of Zilis looks legit and they need to just focus more on that.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my Zilis review and if you have any questions, leave them in the comments below…

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