Is Aim Global a Scam Or Will It Turn You Into a Millionaire?

//Is Aim Global a Scam Or Will It Turn You Into a Millionaire?

Is Aim Global a Scam Or Will It Turn You Into a Millionaire?

“Turning ordinary people into extraordinary millionaires!” That’s what Aim Global is claiming with bright eyes.

If you are thinking, “Is Aim Global a scam or worth joining?” you have arrived at the right place. In the next 1-3 minutes you will get honest answers to your questions. I am not affiliated with this company so I am not going to push the program to you.

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Name: Aim Global

Founded: 2005 by Dr. Eduardo Cabantog, Francis Miguel and John Asperin

Type: Multi-Level Marketing Company Selling Nutritional Supplements.

Short Review: Aim Global is pretty similar to QNet which is also a highly popular MLM-system in the Philippines. They are both selling overpriced products and giving big promises. Personally, I don’t recommend joining these programs because in my opinion they are not very ethical.

I’d rather recommend starting this step-by-step training that will teach you how to make a living online. I have used it myself and it has taught me to make a living from the comfort of my own home.


What Is Aim Global?

Aim Global is a multi-level marketing (MLM) based in the Philippines. It has been founded already more than 12 years ago in 2005. Since then the company has spread to several other countries. Their market is mainly on cheaper countries like Nigeria, Philippines, Kenya, Cameroon and so on. Still Aim Global operates also in a few rich countries like UAE and Singapore.

Aim Global is selling nutritional supplements, beverages and some products for everyday life like toothpastes, soap and so on.

I understand that this kind of business opportunity may sound very interesting for people who are living in poor countries. It can be hard to make a living and get by. When someone promises to help you and turn your life around, it may be easy to get lured in the system.

Aim Global reminds me of QNet. It’s also a multi-level marketing company that operates in cheap countries. They sell very expensive products and the top earners of the company have risen high in the pyramid by recruiting many people.

Now let’s have a look at their products. In this article the main focus is on evaluating their business opportunity but it’s also very important to know what they are selling. If the products are good, then the opportunity could be worth joining.

Aim Global Products – Is There an “MLM-Extra” in the Pricing?

As I quickly mentioned above, their products are mainly nutritional supplements and beverages. Let me show a few examples:

aim global products

Burn Slim 1,200 PHP, C24/7 Natura-Ceuticals 1,320 PHP and Choleduz Omega Supreme 880 PHP

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Aim Global Products. What do you think about the pricing?

There are some supplements, tea, coffee and a meal replacement shake. You are probably asking, “Why are their prices so expensive?” That’s a very good question! For example, tea costs 1,100 php (which equals to ~20€.) If I go to a normal supermarket, I can buy tea for 10 times cheaper and I don’t even need to take the lowest quality.

In my opinion, there is so-called “MLM-Extra” in Aim Global products. It simply means that MLM-systems like Aim Global usually have some extra in their prices. They sell expensive products so distributors (and founders) could make bigger profits. That’s what many network marketers have told me with bright eyes.

Another explanation is, of course, that their products have so high quality that they can charge more. Still, I highly doubt that Aim Global tea would be more than 10 times better than a normal tea. What do you think? At least I prefer buying 15 tea packages from the supermarket than only one tea package from an Aim Global distributor.

Aim Global Compensation Plan

Before I show you the video where Aim Global members explains their compensation plan I want to point out a few highly important things.

aim global compensation plane

6 ways to earn is just a bluff.

First of all, they say that there are 6 ways to make money in their system. This is partially true but may give you a misleading picture of the system. It seems many MLM-systems are using it as a marketing strategy. Some of them say that you have 14 income streams even though you have only two. Kannaway talked about 9 income streams.

In reality you can make money by:

  1. Selling their products.
  2. Recruiting new members to their system.

What are those other 4 ways to make money that they talked about? They are are just bonuses that you will get if you are able to make enough sales and recruit enough people. Now that you know the basic principles of their compensation plan, I let some of their members explain it more in detail. Notice that the purpose of the video is to advertise their system so be careful.


I am not going to explain the compensation plan in a great detail in my article because it’s already in the video. If you are not a member, you need to pay 25% higher price for their products. Therefore, they try want that you join the program and provide products for a cheaper price. Then you can sell them further with a 25% profit.

Of course, a good thing with network marketing is that you are able to earn passive income unlike with a typical 9-5 job. But selling overpriced products just to make big profits isn’t so interesting idea.

Reviews & Complaints

One thing that bothers many people is that you can get higher in the pyramid by paying money. There are 4 options that you can choose from. This isn’t a typical way of working for honest MLM-companies. Even though I have researched more than 50 network marketing companies, none of them offers similar options like Aim Global.

However, Ponzi schemes that I have studied offer you higher levels if you are willing to pay more. That makes me pretty suspicious about Aim Global. Are they just a Ponzi scheme that is trying to pump up the system by recruiting more people without even providing high quality products.

Is Aim Global a Pyramid Scheme?

To be honest, Aim Global has many characteristics of a pyramid scheme.

  • They highly rely on recruiting.
  • They sell very expensive products.
  • You can move higher in the pyramid by paying more money.
  • The system is not allowed in many countries.

Despite these facts Aim Global is not an illegal pyramid scheme. It’s a multi-level marketing program that just looks quite suspicious. If you are tired of suspicious programs, I recommend taking a look at more reliable online business opportunity.

Conclusion – Is Aim Global Worth It?

After all, it’s up to you to decide but I can share you my sincere opinion. I would stay away from Aim Global for several reasons. Overpriced products, suspicious system and controversial reputation don’t make the system look interesting.

Aim Global distributors are probably now saying, “haters gonna hate.” but we need to look at the program honestly. The reality is that they have too many red flags.

I bet you are interested in making money online because you have read this far. Then I have good news for you. I make a living online from the comfort of my own home or wherever I travel. For example, at the moment I am staying 50 days in a 5-star hotel in Bulgaria. In January I’ll go to Turkey to the coast of Mediterranean and probably in the spring I’ll head to Asia.

This opportunity has allowed me to have that freedom. Their training and community has helped me and thousands of other people to make money online so we don’t need to work for a typical 9-5 job anymore. It’s completely possible for you as well. I promise to help you all the way with my 1-on-1 support inside the community.

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What are your experiences with Aim Global and similar MLM-programs?

Are you interested in making money online using the same strategy that I do?

Let me know in the comments below! 🙂

Aim Global

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Overall Ranking

2.0/10

Pros

  • The company is already pretty large

Cons

  • Overpriced products
  • Exaggerated promises
By | 2017-11-07T22:32:19+00:00 November 5th, 2017|Categories: MLM-Programs|14 Comments

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14 Comments

  1. MsBunny04 November 24, 2017 at 10:19 am - Reply

    Way back before my father is a member of Aim Global. One his friend introduce it to him, I actually don’t trust the person but after a week my father earned a profit and so he continues to sell products of the company for one year. Sadly, my father stop selling products I really don’t know the reason why he stop joining the company, he didn’t tell anybody until now he never tells us. Maybe he just heard something awful about the company that is why he stop. But for me I think Aim Global is not a scam. The company has helped many poor families here in the Philippines but the way and the price you need to pay for membership is very high and risky, just saying.

    • Roope Kiuttu November 24, 2017 at 9:33 pm - Reply

      Thank you very much for sharing your experiences with Aim Global. For me it’s a sign that your father didn’t fully enjoy the company if he left it.

      Of course, there are some benefits of Aim Global but I just think that there are better opportunities available.

  2. HazelDJ November 22, 2017 at 9:47 pm - Reply

    I have a friend who is a member of Aim Global. He was once a less fortunate person but when he joined Aim Global, he became rich. Based on my observation, he did a lot of efforts to persuade people to buy their products.

    He conducted a lot of seminars. Good for him because he is a good public speaker. He met many individuals that later on became his clients. Well, there is just normal of networking business. If we strive, we will thrive. I think Aim Global is not a scam because there is a product given to a customer in exchange of the amount paid.

    • Roope Kiuttu November 22, 2017 at 10:00 pm - Reply

      Wow, that’s an impressive story. Good for him. On the other hand, I’m always thinking about those who buy these MLM-products. They are paying extra price because they are more expensive than their counterparts on the supermarket.

      Aim Global certainly isn’t a scam. However, it’s not my #1 recommendation either.

  3. fern2x2001 November 17, 2017 at 4:02 pm - Reply

    There is really nothing wrong with using the pyramid scheme. Companies do use it to attract more and more people into joining their company really fast. It’s just that a lot of bad companies are also using this strategy to take advantage of other people and take away their money by promising things that they can never deliver for a long time, then suddenly vanish into thin air along with the money of their members and investors. That is why a lot of people are connecting pyramiding strategy to scams. Which should not really be the case

    • Roope Kiuttu November 18, 2017 at 11:25 am - Reply

      Well, there is a difference between an illegal pyramid scheme and an honest multi-level marketing company.

      An honest MLM-company provides good products that provide value also people who are not inside the system. But an illegal pyramid scheme just relies on recruiting new members. Of course, there are many companies that are on the borderline but I advise to stay away from them. I endorse only companies that work with completely honest and transparent methods.

  4. xobe November 10, 2017 at 2:37 am - Reply

    Exactly. The company denies that they are doing pyramid scheming but in reality they are. You need to refer members on their platform and they will show you some huge amounts to motivate in helping their organization.

    Aside from selling their products, you should accomplish 6 people to join that will be used as your left and right pairing and of course your upline will get the most commission for that, amazing right? But there are still folks who are willing to pay for their service but I don’t know why, I guess their agents are very talented screwing up people.

    • Roope Kiuttu November 10, 2017 at 9:40 am - Reply

      Aim Global is not an illegal pyramid scheme. It’s just a normal multi-level marketing company. All of them use the pyramid structure and recruiting is a big part of success. Still, I’m not a big fan of those systems.

  5. Steve5 November 6, 2017 at 11:38 pm - Reply

    There are lots of marketing programs like Aim Global in the Philippines.

    Some people are easy to entice especially due to their poverty. People have a tendency to look into stuff that’s promising a bunch of things. The point is to get rich quickly. And that’s where most people go at it the wrong way. Too easily they’re swayed by promises of profit.

    They have to learn that this kind of program won’t lead to success. It’s not that people haven’t earned money from it. But it isn’t really worth the time considering the price of their items.

    I haven’t taken anything from them. I agree with what you said.

    There are too many warning signs. Weight loss supplements are probably the most common type of products used for stuff like this. It’s because lots of people want to get slim fast. But I highly doubt they’re worth it. There are better ways to get fit. Truly overpriced.

    • Roope Kiuttu November 7, 2017 at 9:48 am - Reply

      That’s true. Many people want to get quick results with weight loss, business, relationships and with almost anything. But the reality is that anything worthwhile in life requires work, effort and persistence.

      There isn’t a push button to riches, to 6-pack or something like that. Consistent work day in and day out eventually pays off. It also gives the greatest satisfaction when you achieve it once you know you have worked for it.

      • Steve5 November 13, 2017 at 2:04 am - Reply

        It’s also sometimes about people confusing hard earned success with instant success.

        Instant success tends to fail in the long-term. You’ve got some money now but if it can’t be sustained, then it’s not worth your time. Hard earned success comes from a solid foundation. It’s the fruit of your labor made possible through consistent effort.

        This is why it lasts. You’ve learned to keep at it and it leads to the habit of never stopping to fulfill your daily checks and obligations. It’s what truly makes a successful person.

  6. kingcool52 November 6, 2017 at 8:51 pm - Reply

    The fact that you can only get higher in the pyramid by paying money is quite concerning. Like you said, I don’t think any proper and honest MLM sites will do anything like this. Personally, that alone is enough to tell me that I shouldn’t be a member of this site. And it’s not great that they charge silly prices for their products as well. Like you said, best thing to do is to probably stay away from it

    • Roope Kiuttu November 7, 2017 at 9:33 am - Reply

      Yeah, the best thing to do is to stay away from Aim Global and concentrate more effort on better opportunities.

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