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Juice Plus+ Scam or Legit Business Opportunity?

Were you asked about another work from home business opportunity, where people approached you to become a representative for the Juice Plus+ MLM?  The other day, some acquaintances of mine were approached, and they wondered if I heard of any Juice Plus+ complaints, whether it is a scam and should they become a Juice Plus+ distributor.

I’m sure I gave them the same advice that you surely heard on my site before, “That if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is!”

Not one to jump to conclusions, I told them I would look into it further with research and communication with those that have loads of experience in MLM businesses to get their point of view.

Here is what they had to say, summarized in my words.

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Too Good To Be True?

Please read on to understand what to expect from this company. Is Juice Plus+ a scam or legit work from home business opportunity?

I want to start by saying that I am not a Juice Plus+ representative or distributor. I thrive to give an unbiased, honest review to help you make an informed decision.

You were likely approached by a family member, friend, a long lost friend, cousin, a second nephew 3 times removed sort of thing, calling you out of the blue to talk to you about a new business opportunity where you will lose out if you don’t get in now.

Sound familiar?

Congratulate yourself for researching this business opportunity before jumping in with your 2 feet first while covering your eyes.

You have made a wise decision to investigate what you are getting yourself into.

So…is Juice Plus + a business you want to BUY into?

Before I give you an answer, let’s look at the facts about the company and product.

Brand Name: Juice Plus +
Company Name: National Safety Associates (NSA) – Collierville, Tennessee
Company Founder: Jay Martin
Producer: Natural Alternatives International -San Marcos, California
Year Juice Plus + Brand Introduced: 1993
Distribution: Multi-Level Marketing
Product: Dietary Supplements – Juice extracts from fruit and vegetables that are fortified with vitamins and nutrients.
NSA’s previous products: Air Filters, Water Filters,  Fire Protection Equipment and preschooler’s educational games distributed using MLM

Juice Plus+ Featured Products:

Orchard Blend, Garden Blend, and Vineyard Blend are made up from 30 types of vegetable, grains, and fruit juice extract converted into powders, then put into capsules for consumption.

It is clearly indicated on their website that Juice Plus+ is not a substitute for eating a balanced diet that includes fruits and vegetables.  They do not claim it to be a medicine, treatment or multivitamin.  They do claim that it has natural vitamins, antioxidants, and phytonutrients that are found in fruit and vegetables compared to traditional multivitamins

I don’t know about you, but I have a difficult time understanding the appeal of these nutritional claims from a company that was created on the foundation of selling air filters and fire protection equipment. Similar nutritional breakthroughs are claimed by an MLM called Kyani where Brenda was involved with last year and the company’s founding families are in the oil and potato business. You can read about her story here.

Show me the money?

You are looking at this as a potential to make money and Juice Plus+ has that topic covered. They are proud to talk about one of their veteran top sellers Jeff Roberti.  It was last reported in November 2015 that he was earning $450,000 per month and reached a career income level of $85 Million Dollars.

So there is the potential to make a fortune from this business. There are some similar stories in many of the MLM companies.

So why wouldn’t you sign up for a chance to make it big! I suggest you continue reading to see if this is how you want to make your fortune.

Say no mlm signup

Is Juice Plus + Legit?

Yes, people do make an income, but I haven’t found any reports available of how many make a profit.

Should you Sign up to Juice Plus+

My quick answer is a straight forward  NO!

I can hear you now…thinking, oh here is another poor sap that lost money doing this type of MLM because he just wasn’t dedicated to making it work.

Fair enough. You are probably right.

Maybe if I gave it my all, I would have made a success with any MLM opportunity that was presented to me.

If I made a list of 200 to 300 people that I know or heard of through a friend of a friend and called them 5 to 7 times.

After going through that list you I would need to start stopping people in grocery stores, gas stations, and funerals to ask them to become a Juice Plus + distributor.

Then send them emails,  links, and comment on social media, over, over and over, then I probably could become a successful MLM  distributor for a company like Juice Plus+.

How many people believe that?

I am a true believer that anybody can be successful at anything if they pour 100% ++ into what they are doing.

If you keep working at something that you are passionate about day after day you can succeed. It may take you a few days or a few years, but if you stick to it and work hard at it day after day after day, you can succeed.

The question is, “Do you have what it takes to be a successful MLM distributor?” Will you have an ongoing feeling of fulfillment at the end of each day? Enough fulfillment to jump out of bed each day for years.

There is a reason why only about 3% or so of those that join an MLM ever become successful enough to make it to the higher levels.

If you do sign up to this MLM, you are likely to quit, like many do, within the first 4 to 6 months.

That’s right, 4 to 6 months is about the average that the majority people will last in any MLM, and Juice Plus+ is no exception.

It doesn’t add up!

If you don’t believe me, then believe in the math. The mathematics does not lie. The business structure of Juice Plus+ or any MLM for that matter can only support a limited amount of high-end distributors.

Think about it!

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They told you people would say things like that.

Your MLM contact is probably not going to tell you this information…do you know why?

They won’t tell you this because they probably jumped into this thing 2  feet first, eyes covered, and they are not going to listen to any naysayers like me to tell them anything different. The new recruit adrenaline is flowing and all they see is themselves buddying up with Jeff Roberti at his mansions patio, drinking margaritas.

The people that are contacting you were likely brought into that business with the same amount or lack thereof information about the company and success rate as the person that recruited them.

It’s like the old saying, the blind leading the blind.

You would have signed up the same way if you haven’t researched the opportunity. Then you would be expected to make cold calls and set up meetings as quickly as possible to make your first sales and move up the ranks quicker.

These MLMs are setup to get people to sign up and start selling quickly. Most MLMs will have extra bonuses and faster opportunities to move up the ranks if the new distributor can get a set amount of sales in their first weeks or month.

This is a great tactic to avoid anybody getting too wise about the MLM pitfalls from the beginning and ensure they buy the distributor starter pack that will be worth hundreds of dollars for a product that only costs pennies to manufacture.

As a new distributor, you don’t know all the specific details that may blow the sale to your list of people.

You only know that if you make 10 or whatever set of sales needed in the first month, you will move up to the next rank, then, of course, all your downline will start making money for you and then you can sit back and ride the gravy train…


Have you ever made cold calls to a list of people you know? Have you ever set up home presentations to sell a product?  You will soon learn how hard it is to make that sale.

That is another reason so many fail at these MLMs. The majority of people that are recruited do not have any sale experience and are not provided with the training and support.

Maybe, that is because those with sales experience know how hard it can be and that it is not all as easy as described by those people selling to you. They are also busy recruiting new distributors to replace those that are leaving after 4 months.

You become completely narrow visioned by the pitch that if you make the set amount of sales this month you make it to the next level.

You imagine people signing up

You will think to yourself; that should be easy, I know 100s of people, I’m sure I can make 10 or so sales out of all of those in the first month.

Only to find out that you can barely make 1 sale out of hundreds of calls and home presentations, and that person that did sign up is a close family member or friend doing so just to help you out with little or no intention to continue after 1 to 2 months.

Then 2 to 4 months go by with a sporadic amount of successful sign-ups or people saying they would prefer to just buy the product, but cancel after 1 to 2 months as they realize the product is way overpriced.

After 4 to 6 months, no longer having anybody on your list to contact after calling, emailing and harassing them on social media you turn to increasing your approach to pitch the idea at people anywhere you go.

How to make an income with MLM

Is this how you want to earn an income?

If doing the above type of sales interests you then the answer is “Yes” you can make an income with Juice Plus+. Whether you make a profit may be another story.

I would almost compare Juice Plus+ or most MLMs as being the same to buying a lottery ticket but having to ensure you call everybody you know and see to tell them you bought a ticket. Your chances of becoming a winner are quite similar.

Do I recommend you sign up to Juice Plus +

Same answer as earlier, “No!”

You like the product…Ya right…keep fooling yourself!

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So what do I do now?

You don’t need to take my word for it. I was fortunate enough to have stumbled onto something that I never even knew existed.

You may be surprised by how many former MLM distributors have joined this amazing opportunity to become an affiliate marketer. They too will tell you about their experiences with MLMs before changing over to affiliate marketing.

Over 800 000 members have signed up over the past 10 years.

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What is Affiliate Marketing?

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Have you had an experience with Juice Plus+ or have any other comments please leave them below. I appreciate any stories or feedback you can provide and I always respond.



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About the Author Paul

My online journey started in 2008 when I was tired of working for somebody else. I searched the internet for years trying to find out how to make a living from home with an online business. In 2015 I finally found the information and support from a website just like this one

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  • Jacob Schilling says:

    Nice review on this MLM company. Yeah I’d have to say Juice+ just isn’t a feasible option, I really hate how MLM tactics work, it is absolutely disgusting! MLM companies only give you a grey idea of what you’re really getting into and hype you up, only to see that while yes, there are millionares in the company and that’s all motivational or whatever, but really only like 8% of mlm members make more than $5 a month, while putting in 50 hours on this type of stuff.

    A very close friend of mine had some other guy from world ventures at his house, telling me its best to join that company now, unfortunately I joined, for like 3 days after surfing the internet, which the rep told me not to do lol. Conveniently, the guy dispelling world ventures was from Wealthy Affiliate, so I guess its a blessing because if it wasn’t for World Ventures, I wouldn’t have found Wealthy Affiliate. Thanks for your review Paul.

    I also liked the pics of the fluffy hair dudes reactions to your paragraphs, they were quite humerous


    • Paul says:

      It is too bad that people, including ourselves, still get sucked in to the lure of making big profits by selling overpriced items. I too am very happy that I found Wealthy Affiliate when I researched another MLM that my wife was presented called Kyani. You can read that story here.

      Ya…that guy with the fluffy hair makes me laugh every time.



  • Sarah says:

    These MLM scams drive me mad! I know of someone who has signed up to 4 of these scams in as little as a year. I cannot comprehend how they have not learned they are wasting their time after failing again and again. Anyway, a great article highlighting the cons of Multi level marketing and a terrifically sneaky lead to Wealthy Affiliate!

    • Paul says:

      Thank you Sarah

      I did not intend to be sneaky when introducing Wealthy Affiliate (WA), but it was from a blog like this one that brought me to WA and I am forever grateful that platform to start an online business was brought up.

      When people continuously fall into the same money pit trap of signing up to MLMs I feel it is now my duty to warn them in any way I can, but also want to provide them with an alternate option.

      There are other ways to make a living from home.

      Thank you again for checking out my post and truly appreciate your comment.



  • Cerulean says:

    MLMs have been around forever. I remember giving it a go a few years ago.

    Within days I was asked to approach my warm contacts.
    It was then that I decided that I was done.

    Was the product so terrible that no one apart from family and friends would buy into it?

    It appeared so.

    That’s why now I’m considering more legit forms of business like affiliate marketing.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Paul says:

      That should be the red flag. When a company shows you how to approach your warm contacts, their product must be worthless.

      So they have you selling to family and friends as they know a small percentage of those, maybe 1 out of 100 contacts will buy into the MLM. Then they may get 1, and they may get one. By the time you get to the 4th or 5th generation you’ve already spent a good chunk of money with maybe 4 or 5 people signed up, likely 2 already dropped out. Leaving you with a couple of dollars of profit after spending months of hard work.

      There are better ways to make an extra income. As you said affiliate marketing is one of them.

      CLICK HERE so can read more about a web-hosting site that provides all the training, support and tools you need to start an affiliate marketing business.

  • leonard says:

    Hi Paul. That’s a very interesting review of Juice Plus. I was involved with Amway Global for almost 8 months before joining WA. People who join MLMs are always looking for something better than what they have already and so I thank Amway for leading me to WA. What I really can’t stand about MLMs is a number of half-truths and unrealistic income expectations that newbies are exposed to. I also hated the endless meetings no real value

    • Paul says:

      Hey, Leonard.

      It’s unfortunate that so many people still jump into an MLM because of the bloated descriptions of income one can attain if they work hard at selling their product.

      Yes…and those meetings / brainwashing gatherings can take up so much of ones time.

      You are a lucky to have found WA. Even though members try to explain how it works, so many people remain skeptical after being burned by so many false and unrealistic income potential.

      At least Amway do have relatively descent products, although overpriced for the quality, at least they have products to sell that makes sense.

      A company like Juice Plus+ or Kyani with their nutritional supplements that cost pennies to produce, being sold for hundreds of dollars with the added pressure of having to buy your own monthly stock is not a the way I want to do business.

      When people ask if they can make money with an MLM like Younique, Zyn Travel or Cabi answer is “Yes”.

      Sure you can make money selling products through network marketing. How much of that money do you get to keep is the question I have for those currently in an MLM. As they will invest into a whole lot of other stuff to try and help them succeed in the MLM business. They will pay for business cards, banners and extra samplers so they can go to trade shows, having to pay for a table at those trade shows. Then they may sign up to various “Secrets to Getting Leads” programs only to fail at getting anything like they promise, only to be told that it is their own fault for not succeeding…”You don’t want it enough to succeed!” type of response.

      Then if you break down the profit you do make, which apparently the average monthly income is only a few dollars per distributor, you would have made more money sitting at street corner once a month with your hand out.

      I think putting your hand out for money would be less degrading than selling something your family and friends don’t want, and then they lose more money than they make.

      I think getting an education like that provided at Wealthy Affiliate is a better option.



  • Derek Marshall says:

    Hi there,

    I am one for online business and really encourage people to live a free life and gain the freedom that I enjoy (I change countries every year). MLM, unless you are really talented and good at recuiting people just not really going to do it as it is not really that sustainable or something that cna be long term which is why you see a lot of these internet marketing guys and gals jumping from product to product constantly yelping about their “new” business every few months.

    Far better way, in my opinion is Affiliate Marketing, get paid for the work that you do in direct comissions for sales made.

    • Paul says:

      Change country every year!? Wow, that is amazing and a testament that working online offers the flexibility to change countries and continue to earn an income.

      Well done!

      You hit the nail on the head about people jumping from one MLM to another, promoting their newest venture as being the best thing since sliced bread.

      The part that frustrates me the most is the markup cost of the products from MLMs. Now I understand the business model and the cost of getting a product to market does cost money.

      A markup of 80 or 90 or more % is not a markup, it’s a scam.



  • Kavinah says:

    I like your detailed review of Juice Plus. I did hear of Juice Plus but didn’t get sucked in, having tried MLM in the past. I didn’t know it was another brainstorm of NSA. I’ve used NSA water filter in the past but never promoted it.
    The thing with MLM is that the products are overpriced because of the need to pay uplines so many commissions and bonus. This makes the products a hard sell too.
    MLM is not for everyone.There are better legitimate ways of making money like affiliate marketing.

    • Paul says:

      MLM products are marked up exponentially to cover the the fees for the up-lines and the company. When MLM companies start their sales pitch they do promote the product, but then entice people to sign up for the income potential. MLMs promote the idea that if you can get 2 people, they get 2 people, and they get 2 people you just need to sit back and watch the money flowing in. If anybody did the math that would mean everyone in the world would be signed up within a few levels…which we know is not a reality otherwise everybody signing up to sell products like Juice Plus+ and the whole world population would already be signed up to Juice Plus+ by now.

      I am pleased you did not get sucked in to trying to sell an overpriced product.

      You are correct in saying that there are other options to making an income, one being online as an affiliate marketer. I was fortunate to find a site like Wealthy Affiliate to teach me everything there is to know about starting an online business.



  • Dowlehead says:

    A lot of my friends in the British Army have tried Juice Plus. It is a genuine way to make money but like most of these programs, it’s a massive pyramid scheme. The guys at the bottom will make small while the guys at the top make big! Some people I know have become quite successful in selling juice plus but most lost interest or found it hard to sell.

    • Paul says:

      If we do the math it is evident that only a small amount of people can profit from a company like Juice Plus+. Those that do profit are likely people that spin any story so they can make a sale without any cares about the consequences.

      We do not believe in spinning stories to sell an MLM product. That is why we now prefer affiliate marketing. We write about things that interest us and have knowledge, in return people appreciate the information provided and the companies we refer to appreciate the business so pay us a commission.

      I have made commissions from companies that I don’t suggest, as people read our suggestions but still decide to go with a company that may be second best to what we recommend, or companies we flat out hate. We can still earn a commission on those referrals.

      Affiliate Marketing is an extremely complex web of interactions but luckily it can all be easily explained.

      If interested you can sign up for free and check it out for yourself at Wealthy Affiliate. I wrote a review on their web hosting platform that you can read here==> Wealthy Affiliate Review



  • In My Happy Place says:

    Hey there thanks for the in-depth review of Juice Plus and MLM in general. Over the years, in the hopes of having my own business, I tried selling a couple different products using that same model but I never managed to get out of my personal network of friends and family. Can’t make a viable long term business that way! Affiliate marketing seems to be the way to go, but of course it will take lots of work and is not a get-rich scheme. Thanks so much!

    • Paul says:

      Most people are afraid of work and don’t want to read about having to do work to make money. That is what is so appealing with MLMs like Juice Plus+.

      They will tell you that it is hard work at the start, but once you get something like 3-5 family and friends signed-up then you will start seeing the money flow in as your down-line recruit new distributors.

      The math just does not work out. The MLMs reps will talk about how if you get, let’s say 5 people, then they get 5 people, that makes 25 people on the first generation. Then they say you can continue the same expansion over and over to make the BIG bucks. What they don’t tell you is that the mathematics of that system will end at 13 generations at which point you would have recruited everybody on earth.

      You have to ask yourself, where is the money coming from? Is it a portion of the sale of the product? Or is it a percentage of the buy-in price to sell to other people to buy-in?

      With Affiliate Marketing you are only selling a product or service that people are wanting. You are not going out calling people to see if they want to pay an amount so they can call others to do the same.

      Affiliate Marketing takes work like any legitimate business.



  • JeffWA says:

    Thank you for posting such an in-depth review of this program called Juice Plus+.

    In performing research on similar sites, ones that involved the promotion of some type of drink/mix product I found that basically all were scams as well. One well-known company, after being sued by a portion of its own members who lost money invested in the business – set up as a pyramid scheme, had to pay over $200 million dollars in settlements to those people who were victimized.

    As you indicated there was one person who, “purportedly” made an outrageous amount of money in the Juice Plus+ opportunity. That is one person out of how many tens, (or more) thousands of others, with the company being founded in 1993?

    The individual probably was at or near the top of the pyramid in the company’s business model with dozens of levels of people underneath him, all working their butts off to get ahead only he reaped the benefits.

    Frankly I detest programs like Juice Plus+ and wish that the Feds would step in more often to check out just how fraudulent the companies are and shut them down. I was involved with a company back around 2006 which, also set up as a pyramid scheme, was eventually got shut down; long however after I had left licking my wounds and not earning a lot of money to cover my original $1,000 + investment to join.

    I personally also have issues with business opportunities that push a product that people have to ingest into their bodies. You never know if the ingredients in these products might produce some type of really bad negative reaction within just one person’s body and he/she dies as a result of that product. I would hate to be the one who sold the person the product because he/she would soon find him/herself the defendant in a large lawsuit coming from the deceased’s relatives.

    Juice Plus+ as you concluded is an MLM company that one would be wise to stay clear, not invest one penny into such a scam opportunity.


    • Paul says:

      Hi Jeff

      It’s unfortunate that many of us fall into the same MLM scheme traps. Only to lick our wounds afterwards with little recourse.

      So many people have purchased huge amounts of Juice Plus+ products without being able to use or sell the product. The MLM programs make people buy their own products before they can even begin to sell to others. They need to continue buying a set limit per month even if they make no sales. Some have created large stockpiles in their home only to destroy the product as they expire.

      The list of issues for MLMs like Juice Plus+ can go on for ever.

      Agree that MLM scams should be stopped and the federal agencies should be active in ensuring that no more people become victims.

      I have since licked my wounds and moved on to blogging about things I know.

      I hope to help people, even if just one person that can avoid getting caught up into another Network Marketing Scam I can sleep good at night.

      When caught up in Network marketing / MLM schemes it is hard to sleep well at night that you are trying to sell false hope.

      Since switching to Affiliate Marketing , it has opened so many doors and ideas that my journey in this has only begun.



  • Judy says:


    I like how you made the comparison between the cost of joining an MLM versus the cost of joining Wealthy Affiliate. It’s hard to resist “free”.

    Many of the things you say about MLMs are true, especially about trying to recruit family and friends; and this applies to any MLM, but it is good to know that there is no such pressure at Wealthy Affiliate.

    • Paul says:

      Hahaha…yes, it is hard to argue with Wealthy Affiliate’s Free Membership Option. No need to hassle friends and family. You learn how to create content that helps people in what ever niche you are passionate about. Then you let your imagination and online business grow from there. Wealthy Affiliate teaches you everything you need to know about Affiliate Marketing.

      Not only can you create a home based business with the knowledge from Wealthy Affiliate but you can create a business where you can travel and operate from anywhere.



  • Oliver Chamberlain says:

    The bottom line is this: Can you make money from MLM? Yes. Can you get rich from MLM? Yes. Clearly, SOMEBODY is getting rich, right? Unfortunately, those at the top of the pyramid are typically the only ones to see any significant benefits from it.

    As far as the juicers, and other “nutritional products”, most of them are pure junk that most likely do more harm than good. The “product” is a front. The real product is PEOPLE. Getting people to recruit others to make the top guys richer. It’s a shame.

  • Maureen says:

    Good article Paul. I think the majority of people that fall for the MLM opportunities are looking to make a fast buck. The people that push these business opportunities are master manipulators. The ones at the top who make the big bucks actually work hard. It is too bad that their hard work is basically just scamming people.
    Once people realize this is not going to work for them they have a hard time trusting. When they look to places that offer to show them how to make money online they become a bit more wary. Offering them a free membership(like WA does) to their community is a smart way to build the trust back.

    • Paul says:

      I agree that trust is all that much harder now with scams everywhere these days. The ability to sign up to a program for free and receive the basic training required to start an online business is a legitimate business model that Wealthy Affiliate provides to all new members. If you don’t like what you see, no harm done, no need to cancel credit card information as no payment information required to sign up for free.

      Unlike MLMs where you have to buy in or buy a “Start-up Package” before you can begin to see if that type of business is right for you. At that point of buy in the company has already made a profit and are not worried if you fail at network marketing.

      Wish you all the best


  • Veronica says:

    Greetings Paul,

    Oh, how I wish your site was around 20 years ago…

    Although I have never heard of Juice Plus +, I was involved with another MLM company for several years, about 20 years ago. I was surrounded by kind-hearted people, heard lots of motivational stories, but I made very little money. Actually, I didn’t make any money because I put so much more into the business so I was always working in the negative. But I don’t regret my time there at all because it led me to where I am now.

    There are so many scams out there these days, sites like yours are so desperately needed, Paul. I really appreciate the thoroughness of your article and hope that anyone who is considering Juice Plus +, or any MLM type business, really take the time to do their research.

    All the best to you Paul.


    • Paul says:

      Indeed the majority of people that get involved in MLM companies like Juice Plus+ are good people willing to work hard.

      Unfortunately, the business model for MLMs does not encourage a meaningful or satisfying experience.

      People can put up with a job or business if it is not fulfilling if there is a decent amount of money to be made. Eventually the money is not enough to keep people content with their decisions and they too will give up.

      The problem with MLMS is that most members or distributors work hard during the hyped motivated period which is around 3 to 4 months. They tell themselves that all this hard work and investment is worth it only to see money going out month after month instead of making money.

      Then they hear stories of other people that have been in it for years only to make a minimal amount of income. When broken down to $ / hour they probably could have made more money working in a fast food restaurant.

      Like anything else, there are always those that do make a success in the business but I wonder at what personal cost.

      I have an incredible amount of fulfillment now that I am working online and only communicating to people like yourself that are looking for the information, service or product that I have to offer.

      I’m not calling people over and over trying to sell them something they never asked for in the first place.

      Like you I wish I found this type of information years ago…but I guess I should consider myself lucky that I found the information about Wealthy Affiliate and how affiliate marketing works when I did.



  • David says:

    Hi there Paul

    I have never heard of Juice Plus+ before, but I have heard of those MLM type of businesses and I never liked the idea.

    I could never justify trying to convince my friends to enroll in an endless loop like that or anyone for that matter.

    Thanks for sharing, I hope people will pay attention,


    • Paul says:

      I agree 100% about not wanting to sell something to people that end up putting them in an endless loop of trying to get more people to sell the same loop. Instead, I have decided to create a website like this one to help people the best way I know how to avoid getting into various types of schemes or scams. I try to give them alternate options, and if they like what I suggest and decide to buy something I suggested great, if not then no harm done, at least I know that I provided someone with information that may help them down the line. Cheers

  • Samantha says:

    Thanks for this Paul
    I also believe that putting over 100% into whatever you do can lead to success.
    I like how you stated that there is no sales training provided with these sorts of companies, and that may be a rather important skill to succeed with something like Juice+ or any mlm. Years ago, I was almost blinded by the shiny appeal of an mlm in the beauty industry but with some research and helpful reviews like yours I saw what this type of business really entails.
    Great post thank you,

    • Paul says:

      I do believe in giving 100% to make something succeed but sometimes you just need to know when you are also running against a brick wall. Training is really important before starting any new venture. That is why I can’t say enough about Wealthy Affiliate and their extensive training program. Cheers

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