Welcome to my Engage global review. There has been some vibe about this company called Engage global,so I decided to find out what the company was all about and do some research on the company.
You are probably here because you have heard of Engage global and want to find out if it is a legit company or a scam.
Here is a detailed review on the company Engage global and I would walk you through the Engage global company,the compensation plan,the products and the verdict.
Engage Global Review – The Company
This Utah company comes to us from the USA, and the co-founders Jason Golly (CEO) and David Nemelka (acting Chairman) are the ones regulating the operations of the company.
The pair of Nemelka and Golly are officially the “venture capitalist” and “direct sales expert”, respectively, as stated on the company website.
Golly was acting President of Global Sales at another company called Trivan before starting Engage Global.
Trivani was bought by Ariix in 2011, and interestingly enough the company Trivani had only opened up in the later months of 2008.
The Trivani brand was used to open a few new businesses in Asia, but after the merge of the two companies into Ariix’s business, the company eventually stopped business operations within its own brand-name.
There wasn’t a very clear date as to when Golly left the merger of the two companies of Trivani and Ariix.
Also, there wasn’t any clear info connecting Golly to the company Ariix, which makes me think he left very shortly after the merger went through.
Engage Global Review – The Products
The company’s product development started a long time ago, some time in 2002, at least this is what the company claims on their website:
In 2002, Dr. Prasad and his colleagues—who also had interest and expertise in micronutrients developed a groundbreaking formulation that was proven to attack and reduce oxidative stress and inflammation at their source.
Dr. Prasad’s work had gained the attention of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) after a post-9/11 DOD study had shown that military personnel serving in the field under extreme conditions were more likely to suffer the effects of oxidative stress and the illnesses caused by it.
After gaining the confidence of DOD officials, Dr. Prasad and his colleagues garnered $12. 5 million in Congressional funds and more than $11 million in private funding to validate the product’s efficacy.
More than a dozen studies later—including seven human clinical trials, some of which were conducted on individuals exposed to extreme conditions—the formulation was proven to protect and repair the body at a cellular level, significantly supporting the prevention and reduction of oxidative stress and inflammation in the body.
Following the validation process, the DOD ordered a substantial quantity of the formulation, initially named Military Micronutrient Formula (MMF), to use with military personnel.
But because Dr. Prasad and his colleagues realized the potential implications that this product had for everyone, they soon began to explore the possibility of taking their revolutionary formulation to people around the world.
When David and Jason met with a representative of Dr. Prasad, they were initially presented with a number of products that were derivatives of the MMF formulation—but not the original product.
Over the next few months, David and Jason worked feverishly to secure the worldwide licensing rights to the MMF formulation, which they ultimately did.
The company’s Chief Scientific Officer is Dr. Prasad.
On the company website, they list 2 Daily MMF formulations presented as their: Micro Daily and Protein Daily
The promoted Micro Daily, is advertised as your usual daily supplement that helps sustain the body’s:
· Antioxidant activity
· Healthy skin cells
· The cardiovascular system
· Better delivery of Vitamin E to the brain
· Cardiac function
· Neurological function
· Gastrointestinal function
· Liver function and
· Immune function
Now with the 2nd product advertised, their Protein Daily, it is just as the name suggests, however the shake supplement consists of soluble and insoluble fibers, citrulline (which converts to arginine), essential amino acids, with also whey and whole egg protein.
NOTE: On the company website there is a lack of public retail prices.
The company website features a ready-to-hit “buy now” button on the page for products, but if you wanted to click on it you would need a login associated with a company account.
The Engage Global Compensation Plan
Affiliates who want to participate in the company compensation plan are required to sign up for a company affiliate membership.
The compensation plan combines retail commissions and a residual unilevel derivative.
The company offers generational bonuses to extend the residual unilevel commissions, where matching and ranking achievement bonuses are available as well.
Engage Global Affiliate Ranks
The company compensation plan has 13 affiliate ranks.
The 13 affiliate ranks are listed below, along with their respective requirements needed:
· Engage One – Generate 50 PV a month, sponsor at least one affiliate and have a monthly downline volume of at least 200 GV
· Engage Two – Maintain 50 PV a month, sponsor at least two affiliates and have a monthly downline volume of at least 300 GV
· Engage Three – Maintain 50 PV a month, maintain at least two personally sponsored affiliates and have a monthly downline volume of at least 700 GV
· Liberty One – Generate 100 PV a month, sponsor at least three affiliates and have a monthly downline volume of at least 1500 GV
· Liberty Two – Maintain 100 PV a month, sponsor at least four affiliates and have a monthly downline volume of at least 3000 GV
· Liberty Three – Maintain 100 PV a month, maintain at least four personally sponsored affiliates and have a monthly downline volume of at least 6000 GV
· Freedom One – Maintain 100 PV a month, maintain at least four personally sponsored affiliates (one Liberty Three or higher) and have a monthly downline volume of at least 10,000 GV
· Freedom Two – Maintain 100 PV a month, maintain at least four personally sponsored affiliates (two Liberty Three or higher) and have a monthly downline volume of at least 20,000 GV
· Freedom Three – Maintain 100 PV a month, maintain at least four personally sponsored affiliates (two Liberty Three and one Freedom One or higher) and have a monthly downline volume of at least 50,000 GV
· Legacy One – Maintain 100 PV a month, maintain at least four personally sponsored affiliates (two Liberty Three and two Freedom Two or higher) and have a monthly downline volume of at least 125,000 GV
· Legacy Two – Maintain 100 PV a month, maintain at least four personally sponsored affiliates (two Freedom Three and one Legacy One or higher) and have a monthly downline volume of at least 350,000 GV
· Legacy Three – Maintain 100 PV a month, maintain at least four personally sponsored affiliates (two Legacy One and one Legacy Two or higher) and have a monthly downline volume of at least 1,000,000 GV
· Ambassador – Maintain 100 PV a month, maintain at least four personally sponsored affiliates (two Legacy Two and one Legacy Three or higher) and have a monthly downline volume of at least 3,000,000 GV
Sponsored company affiliates are required to be in an “active” status to fully meet their rank criteria.
There is no specific explanation to accurately describe an active affiliate in the company’s compensation plan, but from what I could gather it is the minimum achievement of 50 PV monthly.
PV (Personal Volume): is the sales volume achieved through a retail customer’s order and the affiliate’s own personal product purchases.
GV (Group Volume):is the PV achieved through the affiliate and their entire downline team.
Retail customer orders gives affiliates a chance to earn a 20% commission on those orders.
The company affiliate can get a 1st order bonus through the Direct Bonus, where on a retail customer’s or a sponsored affiliate’s first order a 20% commission is earned.
The company uses a unilevel compensation model to pay out residual commission to its affiliates.
The unilevel compensation model puts an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, where any personally sponsored affiliate is put directly underneath them onto level 1.
When a level 1 affiliate sponsors new affiliates, they are then put onto level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
When a level 2 affiliate sponsors new affiliates, they are then put onto level 3, and the level creation in the unilevel team continues in this manner down a hypothetical never ending amount of levels.
The company does put on a cap onto payable levels within the unilevel levels at level 8, where commissions are paid by the company as a percentage of the sales volume achieved among those 8 levels.
· Engage One affiliates earn 7% on level 1 (personally sponsored affiliates)
· Engage Two affiliates earn 7% on levels 1 and 2
· Engage Three affiliates earn 7% on levels 1 to 3
· Liberty One affiliates earn 7% on levels 1 to 4
· Liberty Two affiliates earn 7% on levels 1 to 5
· Liberty Three affiliates earn 7% on levels 1 to 6
· Freedom One and higher ranked affiliates earn 7% on all eight available levels
When a company affiliate wishes earn beyond level 8 of their unilevel team, the Infinity Bonus will allow an affiliate to do so.
Based on rank, the Infinity Bonus will be paid out as a percentage of the sales volume achieved, separately from the first eight unilevel team levels:
· Freedom One affiliates earn a 1% Infinity Bonus
· Freedom Two affiliates earn a 1.5% Infinity Bonus
· Freedom Three affiliates earn a 2% Infinity Bonus
· Legacy One affiliates earn a 2.5% Infinity Bonus
· Legacy Two affiliates earn a 3% Infinity Bonus
· Legacy Three affiliates earn a 3.5% Infinity Bonus
· Ambassador affiliates earn a 4% Infinity Bonus
In regards to retail commissions, affiliates get paid 20% on sales made to retail customers, along with an extra 20% on the first order.
Residual commissions are also available, with these being paid through the use of a unilevel system.
Commissions are paid out when an existing member recruits other affiliates that also sell to retail customers, and it pays down to a total of eight levels depending on your rank within the company.
Cost To Join Engage Global
The cost to join Engage Global as an affiliate is the membership cost of $29.95.
Is Engage Global Legit Or A Scam
Engage global is actually legit and not a scam.However to be successful in engage global or any network marketing company out there it would depend on your marketing techniques,your ability to recruit and your lead generation techniques.
Verdict on Engage Global
Largely this company, Engage Global strikes me to be legit…
The company offers actual products for retail, and their compensation plan pays affiliates commissions for both the sale of retailed items and the sponsorship of new affiliates, and the company has been around for decent amount of time…
The formulation of their MMF products appear to be respectable, but not counted 100% as the best of the best just yet, because its not very clear how their daily vitamin is better for you as the consumer than what’s already available on the market…
The Military Micronutrient Formula is theoretically made and specifically developed for the top physical individuals among us to help maintain their physical status, but believe it or not friends they are just people too, and as us, they require the same nutrients…so I propose a question: is it truly an extra special product they’re selling us?
One could think that this ‘specially made formula’ is a sales gimmick used to sell a multivitamin to the masses.
As for their protein shake, when promoting this item, you’ll be in a market with a lot of competition, so you better get to work.
Not totally clear on if the same military formulation was used to develop their protein shakes, so you could be buying a run-of-the-mill protein shake, where you are then left to compare this product to others on the current protein shake market and then again left deciding what’s best to spend your money on.
Engage Global’s only downfall I found was their lack of public pricing.
The way they are doing their promoting online on their website doesn’t reveal their price points, and this concerns me.
If you wanted to make huge profits from these products, you’d have to get ready to sell, sell, sell, because you would have to move a lot of volume due to the products having smaller profit margins per product.
When pursuing your profits, it seems as if you’d have to sign up, then sponsor 3 other affiliates pretty much right away, plus those affiliates would have to make purchases…
Unless of course you can generate large amounts of sales quickly…
If you really wanted to take advantage of the commissions offered, you better move quickly and effectively.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my Engage Global and if you have any questions please leave them in the comments below…