Life Plus Review – Legit Vitamins & Diet or Scam?

Lifeplus Review

Company: Life Plus
Founder: J. Robert Lemon

Welcome to my review of Life Plus!

You should be happy for a few reasons; for doing research on a potential online business and because you found my review.

I want to kick it off by saying that I am a 3rd party reviewer which means I have no affiliation with the company.

This means you will never have to any advertisements or hear any sales pitches from me.

I will leave that to all of the affiliates on YouTube and other social media hubs.

To be honest, you probably found out about Life Plus from them anyway.

The best part about this article is that I will show you what the company tells you and then show you what the reality of the situation is.

Don’t worry, I call it like I see it.

If the company is legit, I will say so.

If the company is shady in any way, I am not afraid to point out lawsuits, scam alerts or anything that will prevent you from making a mistake.

Remember one thing though, I can only do so much, the final decision is up to you and I will never tell you what you should do.

I would rather just present you with facts and leave the decision making up to you.

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Life Plus Overview – What is the Company?

After scouring the Life Plus website, I couldn’t find anything about the leadership or who is behind the curtain.

This is something that you need to consider right away because a company’s leadership is the most important aspect of a company.

If they are not willing to openly disclose leadership on their main website, then what are they hiding?

It says a lot about a company and only leads to speculation, which fuels frustration to reviewers like me and people that take MLMing seriously.

Since the company is not willing to show us the information on their website, I had to do a little more digging and this is what I came up with.

The website’s domain was registered on May 29, 1995.

Billy Evans of Life Plus USA was listed as the owner but that is outdated information.

There was also an address from Arkansas listed but Better Business Bureau (BBB) has the following address:

50 Industrial Drive,
Batesville, AR 72501

What confuses me more is that there is a PO Box from Arkansas, USA on the website.

It seems like an awful lot of addresses for one company.

I can only imagine the addresses could be for distribution centers and actual administration offices.

Either way, the entire situation can be frustrating for people trying to see what is going on.

There is a video on the Life Plus website that implies that Bob Lemon is the founder of the company.

At any rate, all you really need to know is that there is a lot of confusion at the fault of Life Plus because all they would have to do is create an “About Us” or “Company History” section on the website.

Putting a rest to all of the speculation.

In regards to the company itself, Life Plus is a health and wellness niche MLM that has hundreds of products.

The next section will cover a few the products and allow you to see what you would be advertising and selling if you become an affiliate.

Products and Services

Lifeplus Products Review

Life Plus has two major categories of products that are broken down further into different subcategories.


• Overall Health
• Targeted Nutrition
• Vitamins & Minerals
• Antioxidants
• Nutrition Shakes
• Weight Management


• Personal Care
• Skin Nutrition
• Dental Health
• Relief & Recovery
• Ideal Combinations

You can use the link I provided at the start of the review to see every product.

I would list some but there are simply so many products and I think it is better for you to check for yourself.

Let’s go ahead and start evaluating the compensation plan.

Compensation Plan

Lifeplus Compensation Plan Review

This is another short section for a few reasons.

I feel that it is more important for you to look over the compensation plan for yourself because you need to know it inside and out.

I will provide you will the nuts and bolts but the Plus Life Compensation Plan PDF is a must read for all.


1. The 3 for Free
2. Multi-Level Compensation
3. Infinity Bonus
4. Leadership Generation Bonus
5. Special Bonus (Outstanding Service Reward Pool)
6. Referral Bonus
7. Leadership Bonus


There is no affiliation of membership fees to join the compensation plan.

This is great because many other MLMs charge you either one-time or monthly charges which are annoying.


As you can see, there are plenty of ways to get paid and overall, the plan is pretty strong.

The problem seems to be a combination of a few things.

This is yet another MLM that focuses on recruiting rather than the product which sinks a lot of affiliates before they get a chance at creating a solid downline.

The other thing that bothers me about MLMs in general is that they are a form of pyramid scheme that benefits the people that started with the company when it was first created.

This means that MLMs are not newbie friendly and they provide very few affiliates with a sustainable income.

I wish I could show you their Income Disclosure Statement but I was not able to find one.

At any rate, let’s get to the next section.

Better Business Bureau (BBB)


There is a ton of information you can get from the image above.

The company has been BBB accredited for 20+ years.

This is outstanding and the company has been rewarded the highest grade possible.

The one thing that bothers me is that there are no reviews or no comments on this BBB Life Plus page.

The issue I have with this is that I have done over 100 reviews and all of the companies have at least a few comments or complaints.

I am wondering how often these pages are updated or if there has been other page made.

This can happen, I’ve seen if before, especially when companies move HQ locations.

At any rate, I would like to take the time to show you a few comments from other reviews that I have found since I cannot share any from the BBB site.


Here you have a gentleman defending Life Plus and their retail sales program.

You see, some believe that MLMs like Life Plus are scams because they focus on nothing but recruiting and not on the retail itself.

This is debated amongst 3rd party reviewers and company affiliates all the time.

I can see both sides of the argument but side with the fact that many MLMs have been shut down for using similar or the same sales tactics.

Here is another comment proving that point.


This comment says it all in my opinion.

If all customers become affiliates then every sale made is part of the compensation plan.

Although I was unable to find any legal trouble for Life Plus similar MLMs like Vemma have been dealt with in the past.

Things I Don’t Like About Life Plus

I will try and keep this section of the review as short as possible but I noticed that Life Plus sells a small line of Children’s vitamins.

This is where I draw the line as a parent and being the husband of a nutritionist.

First of all, the kids product line needs to be take out all together for reasons bound to science.

Take a look at this article “Do Kids Need Vitamin Supplements?”

Here is what Dr. Sanjay Gupta has to say about supplementing your child’s diet.

“The American Academy of Pediatrics does not recommend a daily multivitamin for children. They say most kids get the nutrients they need from their diet.”

The article also goes on to say that you need to consult your doctor in order to determine whether or not any vitamins should be given to your child.

Here is the disclaimer from the Life Plus website.

“These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”

OK, so the Food and Drug Administration are not in the equation which should raise red flags all over the place and a doctor needs to basically prescribe multivitamins before giving them to your child.

Do the right thing Life Plus, your none FDA approved child multivitamins need to be recommended by a doctor in order to be taken and we all know there are better options.

Take them off the market please.

The Final Verdict

Ok, I have been pretty harsh on Life Plus and every 3rd party should be if they are doing their job.

I can say that overall, the company is pretty solid.

On the other hand, I think it is shameful that they push a children’s product line.

This proves that they promote money over morals.

This is something I cannot tolerate and therefore cannot recommend this MLM to you.

I can also say that the only aspect of the company that I think is legit is the compensation plan which is pretty strong.

You can make money with it but you better be a recruiting beast and have years of experience in the field.

If you are none of the above, run as fast as you can.

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I hope this review helped you in some way.

If you have any experience with Life Plus, want to ask a question or leave a comment, go ahead and fill out the form below.

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4 thoughts on “Life Plus Review – Legit Vitamins & Diet or Scam?”

  1. I agree with this author_ whenever the management is extremely isolated there is a worry ( or should be )
    Try to get in touch with Wells Fargo Management! IMPOSSIBLE !
    You know the rest of the story!

  2. A friend of mine has been after me to join Lifeplus for nearly 20 years. They talk about the company to everyone they meet as much as possible, recruiting, recruiting, recruiting. They only have about 30 people under them, most of whom have never purchased a single product.
    What I’m trying to say is that my friend is highly motivated, a long time affiliate, and still unable to make more than a few dollars a month.
    Also…as to the review, the author states that the plan is free to join and has no monthly dues. HOWEVER, in order to qualify for any reimbursement from your “downstream” sales, you must purchase at least $40 worth of product from the company each month. So, you could easily view this as a $40 monthly fee to remain a member.
    As my friend keeps telling me, if you don’t order a $40 at least once per year, you get “purged” from the roles.


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