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Is There Any USANA Scam Really Out There?

by Kurt Henninger on

Many people, when doing research into network marketing end up asking themselves, “Is this whole usana scam thing for real, or is it just made up?”
First, let me say that this is very common to those that are relatively new to the network marketing industry, and the perception that USANA is a scam is not new.
One indicator of any kind of business is the longevity of it, and USANA has been around since 1992, founded by Dr. Myron Wentz and is a multi-national company
Is There Any Truth To The USANA Scam?

Is There Any Truth To The USANA Scam?

Many people, when doing research into network marketing end up asking themselves,

 

“Is this whole USANA scam thing for real, or is it

just made up?”

First, let me say that this is very common to those that are relatively new to the network marketing industry, and the false perception that USANA is a scam is not new.

This particular USANA review will focus on the facts and get past all the hype and false truths around this company.

One indicator of any kind of business is the longevity of it, and the company has been around since 1992, founded by Dr. Myron Wentz and is a multi-national company.  There is no way a company could have survived that long if it were truly scamming others as their main business model.

Are people being scammed out of money when they buy USANA products?  Not at all, and in fact they market three lines of products, including nutrition, diet and personal energy, and personal care products.  From everything I have seen and read, they are top notch products and well worth the money people spend on them?

Now, the company does use a network marketing or MLM compensation model, which essentially pays a group of affiliates money in order to market and sell the product or opportunity for them.

So where does the whole USANA scam idea come from?

Honestly, it all stems from false expectations when people join this, or any other company in the industry.  Any kind of business, whether it is network marketing or a more traditional bricks and mortar one requires work and some skill to be successful.

For the most part, people who claim that USANA is a scam as a business model might have “tried” the business for a month or maybe two and given up completely.  There is no way you can make a true honest assessment of any business in a month or two.  And no, I am not a distributor for their company.

Think about it, do people in a regular traditional business say that its a scam if they don’t turn a profit after a month or two?  Nope.

The skill that USANA requires is first to learn how to generate leads, and lots of them and get as many people as possible to see what you have to offer, or in other words, real marketing.

Luckily, today, the internet provides a huge reach and leverage and allows you to quickly reach endless people who are looking for exactly what you have to offer.

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Bill Lawrence September 1, 2010 at 12:06 pm

I agree that people are quick to call a company a scam when they find out they really have to work and that its not get rich quick.

rave September 21, 2010 at 9:21 am

no body is perfect…
when we heard scam automatic our thoughts of that subject is negative..but when we analyzed and understand the concept of that company we made it a conclusion. but it depends whether we join or not. and it ‘s not easy to believe, because the important thing is trust.

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