Company: Jeunesse Global
Founders: Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis
Hello and welcome to my Jeunesse Global business review.
I am so glad that you ended up here because that means you are doing your homework before investing your time and money.
The problem is that some people do not conduct any research and then get suckered into a wrong decision.
This is where I come into play; my reviews are meant to help people filter through all of the information available on the internet so that people can see these MLM companies for what they truly are.
This does not mean that I instantly deem all MLMs as scams.
In fact, I do quite the opposite; if a company is legit, I say so.
If the company is a scam or at least a high risk investment, I provide facts to back up my claims.
This means that the decision making is still left up to you and the more information you have, the better.
Throughout the review you will learn about the product line, compensation plan and background information about the company.
This is all really important stuff and you should read carefully.
At the very end, I will provide my final verdict and point you into a direction that is more suitable to the vast majority of people looking for an online business opportunity.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
A Jeunesse Global Overview
In 2009, Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis founded Jeunesse Global.
The two founders have a lot of experience in the industry and this is not the first big organization they have created.
Ray and Lewis stick to older strategies because they feel that separates them from the rest of the network marketers.
Unfortunately this means that this creates an image that can be detrimental to the growth of a company; nothing new or innovative.
With Jeunesse Global (JG) you still have to host parties at home with your friends and families in order to fuel the recruitment tiers.
This is one of the things that really bothers me about MLMs.
Recruitment can be frustrating as it is but if you have to try and sell your products/services to your family and friends, it can be embarrassing and could also add unwanted pressure on the relationship.
How embarrassed would you be if you sold a product or service to a friend and then the product was nothing like you promised?
I know I would be and there are 2 ways to avoid it.
Don’t join affiliate programs or find a online business opportunity that trains you to create your own company.
There are plenty of training programs that allow you to do so but only a handful that have a great reputation and long standing.
I will get to that part later in the review.
Now back to the products of Jeunesse Global.
Products & Services
There are 4 major categories of products that Jeunesse sells, Skin Care, Nutrition, Energy & Packages.
I will provide you with a breakdown of each category and provide as much information as possible from the main Jeunesse website.
Instantly Ageless (sachets) – $74.95
7 LUMINESCE PRODUCTS (CREAMS) – Price Range $44.95 – $137.95
All of these products are overpriced and part of the blame is the fact that the prices have to be jacked up in order to compensate for the affiliate program.
There are 6 different ways to earn money through the Jeunesse Global Compensation Plan.
FINANCIAL REWARDS PLAN
1. Retail Profit
2. New First Order Bonus
3. Team Commission
4. Leadership Matching Bonus
5. Customer Acquisition Incentive
6. Diamond Bonus Pool
Having 6 different ways to make money is a good thing but the plan is similar to other MLMs in the recruitment department.
There are heavy recruitment requirements and that spells trouble for 95% of MLMers.
The reason is that most people have no idea how to recruit properly.
This means that the only way for newbies to make money is to get extremely lucky with the recruitment process.
Unfortunately, this seldom happens and that is why it is so hard to jump on board with any network marketing scheme.
Recruitment is difficult and even professionals struggle with it at times.
With that being said, the payout with this program is respectable.
Things I Don’t Like About Jeunesse Global
This is what JG claims are the benefits of their AM/PM Essential Multivitamins:
• “Contains powerful vitamins, nutrients, extracts, and antioxidants to help protect your cells from free radical damage.
• Supports natural cellular DNA Repair and helps cells function properly.
• Helps regulate your body’s natural biorhythm
• Helps maintain strong nails &healthy hair.
• Healthy immune system.
• Helps maintain a healthy body composition.”
Now, here is a list of vitamins that are found in the AM/PM Multivitamins:
• Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B6, B12.
• Pantothenic Acid
You can get 1 month supply (60 tablets) for $139.95.
This product requires you to take 2 pills a day, one in the morning and one at night.
This sound amazing right?
Actually, there is no need for these products at all if you eat a relatively balanced diet.
For example, if you eat a few portions of fruit and veggies a day, you get all of those vitamins listed throughout the day.
And you end up saving the ridiculous $139.95 a month, which you could afford one of the best online training programs available for 1/3 of the price.
Hmmm, which makes more sense to you? If you don’t believe me, let’s take a look at what some of the best doctors in the world say about multivitamins.
National Health Service (NHS): Do I need vitamin supplements?
Here is an idea of what the article is based on, “Many people choose to take supplements, but taking too much or taking them for too long could be harmful.”
In fact, the NHS says that vitamins supplements are only recommended if a patient has a particular deficiency rather than taking supplements as a proactive procedure.
This is something to seriously consider because the only way that supplements should be taken is under the advisement of a doctor.
Unfortunately, regulations allow billion dollar companies to shove them down people’s throats by saying things like, “Helps maintain a healthy body composition.”
Who would you rather believe, a company selling the “snake oil” to you or health service recognized around the world.
It’s a tough choice, I know!
The second problem I have with Jeunesse Global is that there are a lot of complaints about the skin care products.
What makes matter worse is that when customers complain about the products, affiliates will say that the rash and redness that appears is because it is part of the detoxification process.
Here are a few images to defend my complaints.
The Final Verdict
There are a many people out there that would call this company a scam because they tried out the program and failed.
According to law, this company is not a scam because it has a series of products and also an affiliate program that pays members.
With that being said, at this point, science has proven that while the company is not a scam the products they provide are.
That is right, any health a wellness niche MLM is trying to convince you that their products are beneficial when in fact, they may cause more issues in the long run.
This is a scary conclusion considering roughly 68% of all American adults consume some sort of daily vitamin.
This is why I cannot recommend this company to you on a personal level but if you do decide to go with them, I advise you to tread carefully.
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I hope this review of Jeunesse Global was helpful to you.
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