Vemma Review: At A Glance
Vemma is a nutritional supplement company marketing fruit juice drinks that have been enhanced with a large amount of vitamins and anti-oxidants. They also offer an opportunity for people to become affiliates as brand partners to distribute the Vemma product line . Whereas many people enjoy drinking Vemma and referring others to the product, there are others who believe that Vemma is a scam.
Let‘s take a closer look.
Vemma on the Web
Vemma on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/vemma
Vemma on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/Vemma
Vemma Review: A Closer Look
Customers: Vemma sells four different vitamin and anti-oxidant-enriched fruit juice drinks. They have their main Vemma drink, an energy drink called Verve, a hydration drink for athletes called Thirst, a specially-formulated children’s drink called Next, and a soon-to-be-released night-time drink called PM. All of these drinks claim that they will make you healthier and taste great. They all come in single-serving bottles.
Affiliates: You can partner up with Vemma for free, however they recommend that if you see the dream that you buy a “Builder Pack” that starts at about $500.. You will be given links to the company’s marketing videos and sales literature. Your job is to then post these links to your social networks, like Facebook and Twitter, and to create a general buzz for the product, encouraging others to try it. They call this social network marketing. As with any network marketing business you make money only when the product is sold, and by helping other people sell the product.
Fees and Guarantees
Customers: Vemma costs anywhere from $53 for 64 ounces of the children’s Next formula to $73 for 64 ounces of the original Vemma drink. Vemma makes no guarantee as to what benefits you will experience, but they do allow you to return the remainder of your product or even your empty bottles to them for a full refund if you are not satisfied for any reason.
However, if you want to buy the samples to hand out to customers, the cost for such packages runs between $300 and $1,000. Vemma makes no guarantees as to how much you will sell. They say that their goal is to help you make between $100 and $500 a month, but this depends on how hard you work and is not a promise of income.
Is Vemma a Scam?
Customers: Many people claim that they have experienced positive health benefits from drinking Vemma. Others have said that they experienced no noticeable benefits. Because Vemma does not guarantee any quantitative benefits, this cannot be considered a scam.
Affiliates: There seem to be few complaints against this network marketing program. Vemma has been around since 2004 and is in over 50 countries around the world. Many people have made a lot of money with this program.
So scam? …I don’t think so.
The REAL question is can YOU make money as a Vemma brand partner?
The answer to that really depends on you, your goals and your desire. The shocking reality is that 97% of all network marketers make virtually nothing.
Does that mean it doesn’t work? No…
…it simply means that it is not for everybody. Building a business takes work.
The truth is that making money in any network marketing business is entirely dependent on your ability to share the program with other people on a consistent basis. The key word there is… consistent.
Do you have any experience with Vemma? I welcome your comments and thoughts below.
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