Monavie Income Disclosure Statements

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MonaVie was founded in 2005 by Dallin Larsen (a former Usana executive) to market juice products, primarily fro the acai berry.  While the company claims that a small serving of its overpriced juice has magical powers, there are plenty of people who claim that MonaVie is nothing but a juice scam. Monavie Income Disclosure Statement…

MonaVie Lawyers Are Again Threatening Critics

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These stories never get old. People criticize multi-level marketing in general, and particular MLMs specifically, and the lawyers come running. They cry that the bloggers are saying bad things about their companies, and that can’t be allowed to happen. Mona Vie doesn’t want you to know that their distributors are losing money left and right…

An Anonymous Source Reveals Numbers For MonaVie

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I received the following information about multi-level marketing company MonaVie via email from an anonymous source. I have written here about MonaVie in the past, and my opinion is that it is another thinly veiled pyramid scheme with an overpriced product (magic juice) as a front. If you are thinking about getting involved with MonaVie…

Here Come the MonaVie Lawyers…

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When will companies learn? Trying to silence critics of them with bogus threats of legal action just isn’t effective. We have something called “freedom of speech” here which guarantees us the right to speak our minds, so long as we’re being truthful. Yet that doesn’t stop multi-level marketing companies from trying to bully their critics.

Massive MonaVie Distributor Losses Demonstrated With the Company’s Own Numbers

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Multi-level marketing expert Robert Fitzpatrick discusses the phenomenon of high-level MLM distributors going from company to company. He also explains some distributor numbers released by MonaVie, which show that 91% of distributors receive no commissions from the company, and that the bottom 99% of distributors receive an average of $3.75 a week in commissions. Doesn’t…

MonaVie: Scam or Not?

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The scheme: Typical multi-level marketing company, using the guise of “direct sales” to make the business look like a legitimate retail venture. The reality is that it’s nothing more than a recruiting scheme like Usana, Mary Kay, Arbonne, PrePaid Legal, Primerica, Herbalife, United First Financial, and so many other companies that make big promises to…

MLM Income Disclosure Statements

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A collection of annual income disclosure statements published by multi-level marketing companies, continuously updated. Last updates done 11/26/20 to add new statements for DoTerra, Herbalife, Isagenix, Mannatech, Melaleuca, NuSkin, Send Out Cards, Shaklee, and Stella and Dot. Some MLMs release income disclosures or earnings disclosures. These numbers are not required to be disclosed in the…

Almost No One Makes Money in MLM

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Nothing ever changes in multi-level marketing. Even when it looks like the government is taking action against a company like Herbalife, other MLMs continue with business as usual. Almost everyone loses money in MLM. Which means almost no one makes money in MLM. This is a universal truth. More than 99% of distributors will lose…