Founder: Paul Gravette and Jason Camper
Welcome to my review of Le-Vel Thrive Experience!
We have a lot to cover in this review but before we get started I want to let you know that you are doing the right thing.
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So that means you are on the right track and hopefully my review helps you get there.
I consolidate a lot of information in my review so that you can see what the company is really like rather than relying on hyped reviews from company affiliates.
I do not have any connection to this company which allows me to take an objective stance.
In this review I will provide a overview of the company which focuses on the leadership of the company.
Then I create a list of products and try to add price points if available.
The compensation plan is a major section but I only provide the nuts and bolts with a link to the PDF version.
If you plan on joining the company, you will want to read it anyway.
There’s fundamentally two sides to this MLM, both of which will be covered in this article.
There’s the product side, which includes cognitive enhancing, and weight loss supplementation, which has been cause for concern, according to recent media reports.
And there’s the business side, which is aimed at folks who want to make money selling the products.
Although, both sides will be discussed in this post, the main focus of this article is on the business side and whether it is a good way for you to make money.
MLM’s can be a pain in the butt, as most programs expect you to not only buy the products for yourself, but also to promote the use of those products to your friends and family (your warm market).
And depending on how many MLM programs you’ve joined in the past and tried to off load on to your friends and family, it could be a fairly easy process (until your warm market drys up), or it could be met with a little resistance.
And if you’re reading this article from that perspective then in my opinion, you needn’t read any further, the answer is, NOPE, this is not a good way to make money.
The last part of the review is a list of things to be careful of when considering Le-Vel, which will show a number of comments from people that have tried the product.
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Le-Vel Thrive Experience Overview – What is the Company?
In 2013, Le-Vel Thrive was launched by hyping a self proclaimed “premium grade” product line.
What is even more cunning is that they are pushing their brand rather than just the products.
This is a clever way of making it easier for consultants to market the products.
The company was originally founded by Paul Gravette and Jason Camper but added Justin Rouleau after launch.
There seems to be a lot of experience between these 3 guys so that is not a bad thing.
Le-Vel Thrive is a Health & Wellness niche MLM and the entire product line makes some pretty bold claims.
They make claims that promises that the product help you with weight management and accomplishing your fitness needs.
Let’s see if they really do.
Le-Vel Brands, LLC
Warren Pkwy #200, Frisco, TX 75035
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Le-Vel Thrive Experience Product Line
Thrive is a line of health supplements which include Thrive M, Thrive W, Thrive Premium Lifestyle Mix & Thrive DFT.
Thrive M is a supplement for men and Thrive W is a supplement for women.
The Premium Lifestyle Mix is a protein powder and the DFT is a skin patch for weight management.
What is shocking is that Le-Vel is the only major MLM company that sells the DFT patches.
All 4 of these products are the so called Le-Vel Thrive Experience.
Ok, here is what Le-Vel claims their products do:
• Better Cognitive Performance
• Inflammation Support
• Lean Muscle Support
• Weight Management
• Joint Support
• Anti-aging And Antioxidant Blend
With all of that being said, this is the disclaimer directly from their website: “These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to cure or prevent any disease. Keep of out reach of children. Not suitable for individuals under 18 years of age. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding consult a doctor before using this product. If you are taking any medication, or have any type of medical issue, consult with a doctor before using this product.”
Wow, that is the most extensive disclaimer I have read for any MLM and I’ve done over 100 reviews.
If you break down their disclaimer I notice a really odd mistake for such a self proclaimed top notch company.
One sentence says, “Keep of out reach of children.”
That is verbatim and it is clearly a typo.
Maybe the person that put the disclaimer in, missed their daily dose of “better cognitive performance” juice for the day?
Sorry for the poor attempt at humor but I am already seeing the writing on the wall.
Let’s take a look at a few comments I found from customers or furious affiliates.
This poor customer is having issues in regards to withdrawal symptoms.
What the heck?
The product also makes her experience a “wired SPEED feeling.” I just don’t get it to be honest.
Why take stuff like this if you are going to experience something this substantial.
If you think this women is just spewing conjecture, she is simply stating her personal experience which is much more credible than a company trying to hype up a product.
The next image is a bit more alarming because it why you need to see a doctor before using these products.
Follow this link to an article from the University of Maryland Medical Center.
This is a viable question to ask because aspirin is not good for some people.
With that being said, the article specifically mentions back pain, which is exactly what this person is talking about.
I wish there was something good to say but the only positive comments I can find online are from actual affiliates, which are meaningless in regards to finding the truth.
Sorry but the “trust me, take this product and I’ll take your money” trick is starting to lose its popularity.
The Compensation Plan
This section will be a lot shorter than usual because all I do is list the number of ways to make money through the Le-Vel Compensation Plan.
WAYS TO GET PAID
1. Retail Sales
2. Vanishing Autoship – 2 For Free
3. Infinity Fast Start
4. Infinity Fast Start Match
5. Fast Start Match Accelerator
6. GO VIP Bonus
7. iPad mini TM Bonus
8. Uni-Level Team Commissions
9. Team Commissions Matching Bonus
10. VIP Auto Bonus
11. Lifestyle Getaways
Now this looks like a massive numbers of ways to make money but only a few translate to actual money where the rest are cars and getaways.
There is nothing here that I have not seen before so there is nothing unique to report here.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
As you can see, BBB has given Le-Vel a fantastic grade but that does not necessarily mean that they are legit.
It simply means that they take care of customer complaints in a timely manner.
The next image shows me a troubling trend with Le-Vel; I have never seen so many complaints with a company.
In fairness of objectivity, I will include a few positive comments/reviews.
I mean, I have to at least have show you what some affiliates are saying about the product they push.
This first review is positive saying that they are happy with the energy increase and other health benefits.
The customer even lost a few pounds, which is a good thing but so can walking or eating properly.
Not really convinced at this point.
Let’s take a look at a negative review of the product.
This second review is a much different beast.
As you can see, the customer had to return the product because of health reasons.
What we don’t know is if the recommendation came from a doctor or because there was some sort of adverse effect that the product created.
Either way, this is not a good look for Le-Vel.
Things I Don’t Like About Le-Vel Thrive Experience
This first comment is a bit scathing but it hits on an important issue.
We have seen other comments from people saying they feel racy after using the product.
The blame is put on the caffeine content.
This customer is also saying that it made her blood pressure higher.
This information ties into another comment I found.
Since I am not a doctor I cannot verify this information but this is a common complaint that I see with almost every Health and Wellness niche MLM.
Take it for what it is worth.
I have a few questions for the leadership of Le-Vel or Top Earners:
Do you have a yearly Income Disclosure Statements available?
Can you provide any scientific evidence other than from companies that you pay to conduct “research?”
Why go through all of the issues I have raised when you could simply eat properly and exercise?
A proper diet and exercise have been proven time and time again as the answer to many of human health issues.
I am starting to wonder if Le-Vel wants us to work hard at selling their product but put no effort into guaranteed health through diet and exercise.
Is this a money first type policy; you decide?
The Final Verdict
One thing I would like to deal with before I make any sort of comment as to whether or not Le-Vel Thrive Experience is a scam or not has to do with a legal matter. During my research I found this disclaimer in another 3rd party review.
I can only speculate as to why Le-Vel is taking the author to court but it is most likely something to do with Libel or Defamation.
At this time I would like to invoke the 1st Amendment and say that I have done nothing in this review to tarnish your reputation.
You are doing a fine job of that yourself.
If you want to start a business, why not start your own online business.
There are plenty of opportunities and all you need is a bit of training.
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As with all of my reviews of Health & Wellness niche MLMs, I do not think the companies themselves are a scam.
I think the products are nothing but hyped concoctions otherwise known as “snake oil.”
I hope this review helped you in some fashion.
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