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Is Isagenix a Pyramid Scheme? Why Do Only 3% of Members Succeed?

Isagenix Review - Quick Summary

Company: Isagenix

Founded: 2002

Cost: Startup $29.95 (with auto-ship)

Type: Dietary supplements & personal care. (Multi-Level Marketing)

Short Review: Isagenix is a typical MLM-company selling health & wellness products and a new lifestyle opportunity.

If you love using their products and you are a hardworking person, you can certainly join their system and start promoting their products.

Isagenix website is fresh and full of motivational quotes but that's not the whole truth...

Welcome To My Isagenix Review!

Exercise regularly (3-4 times a week), eat well every 3-4 hours and sleep at least 7-8 hours per night.

You, I and almost everyone knows how to be in a good shape and achieve a great body. But why are so many people are still overweight?

Over the years I have learned that knowing something, in theory, won’t help unless you execute. A good idea stays as an idea until somebody puts in the practice. People have an idea they want to lose weight and achieve the best shape of their lives. But for many, it just stays as an idea.

That’s where Isagenix comes into the game. They want to help you to achieve the healthiest lifestyle you’ve ever dreamed of. In addition, they promise an interesting business opportunity that can completely change your financial future.

Is Isagenix a Pyramid Scheme? Are their claims true or false? I am not affiliated with them in any way so I can give you an unbiased opinion of their program. If you are considering Isagenix, I highly recommend spending the next 1-3 minutes with me by reading this article.


My Isagenix Video Review 2018

Before you dive into my article, I want to give you an opportunity take a look at my Isagenix video review on YouTube.

In the video, I explain my own opinions of this company and whether or not it would be worth joining.

I also explain a simple 4-step process that you can use to make a living online like I do. That exact process is used by hundreds of thousands of individuals all over the world for making money online so it's proven to work over and over again.

More details in the video below:

What Is Isagenix?

fFounded in 2002 by a gentleman who was in the nutritional supplement business and a husband and wife team with multi-level marketing experience. Their main focus is on nutritional products and dietary supplements. Over the years they have also added “cleansing products” and personal care items.

Isagenix falls into the industry with other supplement MLMs like HerbalifeLifeVantageZurvita, Shaklee and many others. They aren’t at the same level with the biggest ones but their annual revenue is already measured in hundreds of millions of dollars and they have hundreds of thousands of sales associates.

So, we are talking about a big company which will be most likely around still for many, many years.

The company offers a wide variety of products. They have a low start-up cost, but high priced packages. Unless you know an abundance of people in need of these products, you likely are not going to make much money.

Not only do you need to know a bunch of people, but those people need to have money and the need/want to lose weight. Of course, another strategy to find prospects is through the Internet with this strategy.

Let’s take a closer look at their products.

is isagenix a pyramid scheme

Isagenix Products – Expensive Fitness Stuff

Isagenix products have high-quality ingredients and they are tested for safety. Offering protein shakes, meals, diet snack bars and dietary supplements; Isagenix has become popular among the MLM industry hundreds of thousands of people have partnered with them.

Whether you are in search of weight loss, energy, performance or healthy aging products; Isagenix has products in each category. For their weight loss products, you can enjoy their IsoLean shakes and cleansing products.

is isagenix a pyramid scheme

Isagenix products are also sold on Amazon.

They have a 30-day system that is dairy free. Also offering a 9 day supply or a 14 days supply of the weight loss products. These packs include the shake, the accelerator, cleanse for life and snacks. This pack is supposed to boost energy, satisfy cravings and improve muscle tone.

Included in their energy line; shake and shot packs, coffee, and Ionix supreme: a nutrient-rich tonic that supports clarity and focus, along with energizing cells in your body. This also helps to promote weight loss.

Depending on which products you purchase, you could ultimately spend upwards of $800.00 for one of their products paks. Single bottles of some of their products start as low as $25 for a 30 day supply.

There are many other companies in the United States that offer similar products at comparable prices. All having good and bad reviews, just as Isagenix does.

is isagenix a pyramid scheme

Isagenix 9-day system costs $207,94. What do you think about the pricing?

Isagenix philosophy; eat it, love it, share it. If you buy and try the products, it is easier for you to communicate the effects and benefits to potential customers. Loving it goes hand in hand with eating it.

You love the benefits/results, you are more motivated to discuss and sell. Sharing ties it all together. The philosophy itself is good and I like the motivation that spreads out from MLM-systems.

However, I am not a big fan of these pyramid-shaped companies as you may already know if you have read my other articles. That's why I prefer making money honestly with affiliate marketing.

Earning Money with Isagenix – 97% of Members Fail

If you are on the auto-ship program your membership fee will be $29, if not, then your startup cost is going to be $39. Associates can purchase Isagenix products for up to 25% below retail cost. The majority of people join Isagenix for this reason alone.

Approximately 79% of Isagenix members did not make any money last year. They only purchased the product for themselves and not to make any kind of commission. There are no minimum sales goals to retain, nor do you receive any products or start-up kits (unless you sign up for auto-ship) upon registration.

If you search the internet there are a wide variety of reviews on Isagenix. There are many many success stories despite the fact less than 97% of people make a significant money with the system. You can check out Isagenix income disclosure statement if you want.

After all, the success will depend on your effort, marketing strategy, and persistence. In my opinion, Isagenix isn’t special or better than any other similar system. If you don’t actively use (or love) their products, I wouldn’t recommend consider joining their program.

Isagenix Compensation Plan

If you are interested in their compensation plan, you probably would like to hear it presented by their founders and owners. They have made a marketing video for that purpose and you can have a look at it below:

Warning: The video is highly promotional but it explains the compensation plan and gives you a picture of Isagenix company.

Let’s forget those 6- and 7-figures for a while and look at the opportunity with a clear mind. What do you need to do to make money with this system? There are two activities:

  1. Sell Isagenix products.
  2. Recruit new people to their system.

The first one won’t make you big money so if you want are dreaming of 6-figure income, you need to recruit many people and they need to start recruiting/selling as well.

 As we can see in the video, it seems that there is always a higher focus on recruiting and moving up in the ladder which is very typical for this kind of pyramid MLM-schemes. Making passive income and big money is only possible if you set up a system that makes money while you are not working yourself.

Conclusion – Is Isagenix a Scam / Pyramid Scheme?

No, it’s not a pyramid scheme nor a scam. However, it certainly has many characteristics of a pyramid. The company has a pyramid form and a big amount of sales are made to their own members so the money moves from bottom to the top in the pyramid.

But as you may know, this is typical for MLM-systems and there is nothing illegal. The company has an A+ rating on Better Business Bureau despite several complaints.

Still, there’s lots of controversy about network marketing and I am a big fan of them either. As I mentioned above, I don’t like the fact that their products are usually way more expensive than their similar counterparts in the supermarket.

Also, the fact that lots of work are required isn’t really presented by their sales associates. They are often selling a dream of “easy money”. I only advise participating a MLM-company if you love their products and you are ready to put in the work.

Only 3-5% of people succeed with these systems so you need to show an exceptional character and discipline to stand out. Otherwise, you’ll just fall in the mass of 97% who never earn significant money with Isagenix

Talking about easy money…

It’s presented along many make money opportunities because you have a possibility to earn passive income while traveling the world (that’s what I do). However, many online marketers don’t want to tell you that it requires work to earn those $10,000/month incomes. Personally, I am not yet earning $10,000/month but I’m working my way there and my goal is to achieve it next year in 2018.

If you are interested in earning money online, I recommend taking a look at this step-by-step training for free. That training and community literally changed my life. I have been able to quit my 9-5 job and now I have an opportunity to start traveling the world while earning money through the Internet. I want to remind that it requires work but it’s certainly possible for you as well.


What do you think about Isagenix business opportunity/products?

Have you or some of your friends ever been involved in any MLM-system?

Let me know in the comments below!

If you have any questions, just leave a comment below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

Isagenix

3.5

Overall Ranking

3.5/10

Pros

  • The company has a good philosophy and they are promoting a healthy lifestyle
  • Health & wellness industry is constantly growing

Cons

  • Products are overpriced with "MLM-extra"
  • There are more interesting systems offering similar opportunities
Roope Kiuttu
 

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