Is Power Life Pro a Scam? – It Costs $2,380 to Get Started!

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Enagic Water Ionizer

Is Power Life Pro a Scam? You have probably asked this question from yourself after seeing their website and huge promises. The owner says that it’s one of the best core marketing systems he has ever seen. He promises to help you to grow your business with done-for-you tools. Is this a great opportunity to earn money or something else? Let’s find out!

Power Life Pro Review

is power life pro a scamName: Power Life Pro (PLP)
Founded: 2016 by Adam Whiting
Price: You Need Minimum $2,380 to Get Started
Field: Make Money Online -Programs

Overall Rank: 30 Out of 100 (Check Out My #1 Recommendation, 98 Out of 100)

What Is Power Life Pro?

Power Life Pro is a company created in 2016 by Adam Whiting. His purpose is to help you to make money by selling Enagic water ionizers.

Enagic is a +40-year-old Japanese multi-level-marketing company that has become quite famous over the years. They advertise that even some of the most famous people in the world are using their water ionizers including Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Tiger Woods and so on. I haven’t found any proofs that these famous people would really be using them so you can believe it or not.

Power Life Pro itself doesn’t sell these products but they are just promoting Enagic. Then they are earning big commissions for each sale. Once you join their system, you will also become a part of their pyramid MLM-system.

Power Life Pro Training

There are  5 modules in their training.

Module 1: Welcome to the team.
Module 2: Launch Your Business
Module 3:
Learn About The Products
Module 4: 
Learn About The Business
Module 5:
Learn About The System

In the other words, their training is an introduction to their MLM-system. You are becoming a downline of Adam Whiting and a part of his team. He will earn commissions on your sales and for all sales that you invite to become part of the system. That’s how pyramid MLM-systems works.

Power Life Pro reminds me of another product called Wifi Millionaire. There the owner sold you a cheap $3 eBook but is was not the real product that he was selling. His intention was to get you inside MOBE MLM-system where products cost up to $20,000.

Now Power Life Pro is offering you their membership for free so you can join Enagic where products cost at least $2,380. It’s typical for MLMs that they offer you a cheap front-end product. It’s free or costs a few dollars. Then there are upsells, upsells, upsells and eventually members realize that they have spent thousands of dollars even though they didn’t initially plan to do so. In my opinion, it’s a crooked sales strategy.

Power Life Pro Products

It’s quite relevant to know what kind of products they want you to sell when you join Power Life Pro. This section could be called also Enagic products because you are selling actually their products.

As I mentioned above, their products are water machines. They change the pH of the water and are supposed to make it better. Have you probably heard before about water ionizers?

In the picture below, you can see an example of their product. This one is called LeveLuk K8 or Kangen® 8. The machine can produce 5 different kinds of Kangen waters with pH ranging from 2,5 until 11.

is power life pro a scam
Enagic Water Ionizer. Look at the huge price!

What Is Kangen Water?

Kangen water is a product that you can produce with Enagic Ionizers. The company has huge promises what the water will do for you. “Change your water, change your life”, is their motto. To be honest, I am a bit suspicious.

There are tons of similar MLM-water who have so-called special products that are supposed to change your health and your life in a moment. Think about Herbalife, for example. It’s an old MLM and they are selling all kind of nutrition products. I have tried them and I don’t notice any difference compared to normal protein powders.

Ah, there is one difference between these high ticket MLM-products and supermarket products. MLM products cost like 2-10 times more so you will spend much more money for the same value.

Another example is Party Lite. They are selling those candles with a very strong smell. My mother got those candles sometimes as a gift. I didn’t notice any difference between them and normal candles. You just need to pay 5 times more in MLMs just for the feeling to be inside of the system. I am quite sure that Kangen water falls into the same category.

You have probably seen testimonials from MLM-members telling how the products changed their life. If you believe enough, there is a strong placebo effect. The truth is that 90-99% of MLM-marketers spend much more money than they earn and the only difference in their life is a thinner wallet.

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  • They offer you pre-made templates to promote Enagic products
  • Kangen water sounds interesting (Still I don’t think that it differs very much from the water by other water ionizers)


  • In order to get started, you need to buy expensive products yourself
  • If you are not interested in water ionizers, this program is not for you
  • Products that you would need to sell are extremely expensive
  • Their promises sound exaggerating

Conclusion – Is Power Life Pro a Scam?

Power Life Pro is not a scam. They are willing to help you to succeed because then they earn money as well. However, I think that their program is suitable only for a few people who are interested in these Enagic water products.

In addition, I am not a big fan of complicated MLM-programs with tens of different rules and downlines. You may disagree but I like the simplicity of affiliate marketing. You don’t need to invite anyone, you can sell any products you want and the income potential is not limited.

My #1 recommended program to learn how to become a successful affiliate marketer is Wealthy Affiliate.

Their training teaches literally everything you need to know in order to succeed and create a full-time online business. I have quit my day job because I see much more potential in building a business through Wealthy Affiliate rather than working from 9 to 5. Sometimes I wake with a notification that I earned $50 during the night in commissions.

I have friends who are making +$10,000/month with affiliate marketing and even much more. It requires hard work and persistence but the potential is much bigger than in a regular day job.

What do you think?

Power Life Pro at a Glance…

Name: Power Life Pro (PLP)
Founded: 2016 by Adam Whiting
Price: You Need Minimum $2,380 to Get Started
Field: Make Money Online -Programs

Overall Rank: 30 Out of 100


What do you think about Power Life Pro and Eganic water machines?

Let me know in the comments below! 🙂

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  1. is Power Life Pro even existing still? i have heard from others that Power Life Pro is folding. Do you know if this is true or not?

  2. So we need $2,380 to get started with Power Life Pro and sell products that cost almost $5000. They must be kidding. If I had $2,380, I would buy shares or bonds, which are more secure ways of making money. I can even set up an online store and sell my own products (outsourced or self manufactured) with this budget.

    1. Yeah, Power Life Pro is another MLM-system selling overpriced products. For sure, their products provide some value but it feels that they are just putting too much extra on their prices.

  3. Anything that has a large price like this just makes me skeptical about it, to be honest. I mean I am sure that there are many sites out there that have large prices for products that are actually pretty good.

    But my opinion is that if you have a massive price then chances are they are trying to take as much money from you as they know you may not continue with the service. A lot of these products that claim that they have health benefits are just exaggerated, to be honest. I’m sure that most of them just do not work at all.

    1. You are definitely right. I have talked with several MLM-marketers and asked why do they have so high prices. Why are the prices higher than their competitors?

      Many times the answer has been something like this, “Isn’t it easier to make by selling one $500-product instead of trying to sell 500 products for $1?” That highlights an interesting point of marketing but it doesn’t take into account the best value for the customer. In my opinion, the best businesses really care about their clients. If the business’ only purpose is to make money (not to provide any significant value) it can’t become very successful.

  4. Thanks for the review. I hadn’t heard of this particular system before. I guess there’s someone out trying to sign up people for MLM around every corner. 

    I’ve tried MLM myself in the past. The idea sounds good but I never had any success. Still, some people must still like it. Just not me. By the way, how much commission does a person make if they manage to sell one of those water things?

    1. Hi Grant,

      this MLM-industry is very interesting. In the U:S. they are very popular and as you said there is always somebody around the corner trying to get you in his system.

      In Finland (my home country) or in Austria (where I am currently living) MLM-programs are quite rare. In Finland I saw every now and then somebody selling those things but in Austria I haven’t seen anyone so far selling MLM-products.

      You must be a very good salesperson to succeed in MLM and also have persistence. The idea of selling overpriced products just doesn’t sound very interesting for me.

      You can make hundreds of dollars commission by selling their expensive water machines. I think that’s the reason why so many people get in. If you manage to sell 2 of them, you may have already earned the whole week’s salary. And if you gather a big team around you, then you can make a fortune.


  5. You’re very right on the higher price of mlm products. They have to price it high because they need to pay huge commissions to their members right… 

    And what’s worse is the products are not necessarily of higher quality as compared to of the shelves items – in the end only the customers suffers. Many thanks for this detail review on the Power Life Pro program. You’ve brought a lot of helpful info with this post. Cheers

    1. Hi Isaac,

      yeah. Today I saw one MLM-marketer saying how wonderful it is to sell $1,000-products rather than $10-products. I know that this guy is an honest guy but it seemed that the MLM-hype and “blinded” himself that was only seeing the money instead of providing the best price/quality for clients.

      Wealthy Affiliate has been around already for almost 15 years and they are still offering the same price like back in the days. Even though their service is already lightyears ahead many competitors.


  6. Hi there Roope,

    Thank you kindly for this rather informative review or a water ionising machine and money making opportunity. I tend to think and agree with you that this is particular opportunity is best left for those in the water industry or health/water based niche markets.

    And the end of the day the products are pricey and it could offer some nice high-end commissions for the right people in the right market segment.

    1. Hi Derek,

      you are right that selling these water machines can give huge commissions for a salesman. On the other hand, I don’t want to sell products that I don’t find to be worth the money.

      What do you think about Enagic water machines?

      People in their MLM-system naturally think that they are extremely valuable but I am a bit suspicious, to be honest.

      I wish you lots of success for your business, Derek!



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