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USANA Review

USANA is owned and operated by Dr. Myron Wentz. It can be found at usana.com.

It is a multi-level marketing business that borders on a fraudulent business model, as indicated by the IRS in court.

There are such a large number of complaints posted online about this business that there are even dedicated watchdog sites just for exposing their unsavory practices.

Since Usana offers nutritionals and wellbeing help items, it is scarcely not a scam, but I will say that they have been blamed by government authorities for being more eager to enlist downlines than offering their goods.

Among the numerous issues with this business is that the items Usana offers are a few hundred percent higher valued than related products in retail stores.

Also, they make their “distributors” squander at least $200 every month on their items.

Significantly, the “sponsors” who conned you into USANA are going to make you pay for a bunch of expensive and tough to sell items which have been sitting in their garage.

Then you have to figure out how to unburden it on others, too, so you can try to make a little something with it if you can.

Tragically, the main ones who truly profit are the ones at the top in any MLM shenanigans.

The vast majority of the public is now pretty savvy to Multi-Level Marketing and have made themselves a hard sell for their own protection.

The main ones that may purchase from you will be loved ones that may not be for long on the off chance that you continue bothering them.

Having gone to an Usana meeting once, I can let you know that it has the quality of a religion like climate.

However it truly is even more a feeling of franticness with respect to the individuals who were talked into it before you came along.

Believe me, they can smell fresh meat the second you enter their meetings and do their best to get you energized enough to take the bait with eagerness.

The ill will you encounter when you turn them down is practically humorous until you understand you ought to sort of feel sympathy for them for not being sufficiently intelligent to not get talked into it.

You may wind up profiting in small amounts doing Usana, however you’ll in all likelihood wind up with a little distribution center worth of multivitamins in your carport.

You might just have to use it or give it away because by now, your frineds and relatives have had enough of your pestering.

I’m certain Dr. Wentz had good intentions when he made the item, yet it has all gone down in a different direction from not selling his products in stores as a credible company.

Nonetheless, since he’s at the highest position in this scheme, I am certain it doesn’t bother him in the least.

There is no positive result for you in attempting this exceedingly unsafe risk.

At the point when even the IRS is suspicious, you need to consider that carefully.

I’d love to call Usana a scam. However, I need to state rather that I can’t prescribe this very unsound business. Pass on it.

Amway Review

“Amway” belongs to Jay Van Andel and Rich DeVos. It is found at amway.com.

THIS is the mother of all mlm’s – no one will argue for phrasing it this way.

Amway has been around longer than many other multi-level marketing business opportunities both on and offline and it will always outlast them all despite their horrible present and past reputation.

There are many people who have complained about how shady their return policy is, not to mention one’s return on investment (ROI).

Many who have been stuck with crumbling Amway products will agree to it if they fail to return their unsold products.

Amway’s products are made in China, India and Michigan, yet they’ve been already banned from operating in China and different nations including India and parts of Europe.

Some of the troubles that the Amway has brought on itself are the Procter and Gamble settlement of $19.25 million in the 1990s.

Because Amway merchants who spread bits of gossip that the P&G CEO practiced Satanism and set satanic images on their products’ logos.

On charges of customs fraud and tax evasion, Amway settled for $45 million Canadian dollars with Canada.

In 2010 they settled a legal claim against them, the settlement was for $150 million dollars on charges of mail fraud, wire fraud and being a pyramid scheme.

These are only a small sample of Amway’s numerous legal issues that is worth mentioning.

Nevertheless, I’m certain you are eager to know whether this is a business opportunity you should partake in. The answer to this is a capital NO.

Reasons been that, the strategies they utilize are similarly as brainwashing and cultish is the best language in which their meetings can be described.

They talk up a storm about how rich you will get to be through “direct selling”, and how they support you, as a salesman, to purchase thousands of dollars of overrated products and “success tool” that are ineffective.

Afterward they persuade you to make sure that others do the same as well in an unending chain scheme which can just end in near, if not total, financial ruin.

We won’t even touch, (well, barely), the cult-like atmosphere among the ranks that either support you if you’ve swallowed their indoctrination or berate you til you do.

We don’t recommend MLM as a business organization, because 99% who attempted it failed.

However, because of the numerous ethics and fraud issues that Amway has, there is no other choice than to call it a scam.

Stay away from this train wreck as far as humanly possible.

“Amway” is not recommended!