Is Enagic a Scam?

Enagic-mainName:  Enagic
Website:  www.enagic.com
Founder: Oshiro Hironari

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The Enagic Review


Let me guess, you’ve landed on this review because you are approached by one of Enagic’s distributor (or probably from programs such as Global Affiliate Zone (GAZ) or Digital Genius Lab) to join this amazing business opportunity, right?

I am sure the Enagic’s distributor has shared many exciting facts about the company, its products, its health benefits and how you can make good monthly income from the company by being your own boss.

All these sound awesome, but, can you really profit from it?

You see, there are plenty so called business opportunities out there that promise “groundbreaking” results and “never-before-seen” compensation systems.

But, the problem is, 95% of the people who tried those business opportunities failed, and those business opportunities will never disclose this information to you prior to your sign up.

So, does ENAGIC fall into the category?

Unfortunately, Yes.

Much of those business opportunities I am talking about, including ENAGIC, is in the Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) industry, and the statistics I’ve shared is the industry norm.

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I’ll be sharing with you the reasons why 95% of the people fail in the business opportunities in this review, so look out for it.

But first, let’s take a look at what exactly is ENAGIC.

What is ENAGIC?


ENAGIC’s core product is called KANGEN Water which is created with their state of the art water ionization machines. It will be your job as a distributor to promote and sell these ionization machines.

Enagic-productsPeople can sign-up as distributors to promote the products and earn commissions. And there’s plenty of marketing material that you can use to recruit more members and sell products.

During the main presentation video, doctors are filmed speaking about the many benefits of this water and how it makes it easier for you to lose weight. Some even claim this type of water cures cancer and a wide range of diseases.

The company was created in 2003 and founded in United States, since then, it has spread to many different countries. There are also a lot of offices in third-world countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand.

How Do You Make Money with ENAGIC?


For starters, new members will have to purchase a starters pack that explains the details of ENAGIC and also includes some promotional material that you can use to recruit new members.

Like most multi-level marketing schemes, ENAGIC members can collect referrals under them, and those referrals can collect more referrals, creating a team that sends cash up the chain to the original team creator.

The idea for each member to recruit 34 additional people to join their marketing team and work together to make sales and commissions.

Of course, there’s not mention of the fact that it’s not easy for the average person to recruit 34 people to a water distribution business.

But you can also make money by selling the water ionizers and that’s the most popular way to make money with the company’s distributor platform. These machines are made in Japan and distributed in America. The most popular filtration machine model is SD501.

Still, selling water ionization machines is not something that comes easy to most people and you’ll need to do a lot of research to find leads.

Nevertheless, if you’re committed and you know which establishments to target, there’s potential to earn a decent income with this business. Some members claim that they don’t even have to promote the machine but rather people come to them.

Of course, these claims should be taken with a grain of salt.

You can also choose to promote several other products such as supplements and filters but the most profitable product to promote is the ionization machine.

Each unit costs just under $4,000 which means the commissions are quite high too. Most ENAGIC members make their income from selling these machines.

Questions You Should Ask Yourself:


Is this machine really better than the other water ionizers out there?

Is it really worth the $4,000 price tag?

Does it really remove all harmful chemicals from water?

Is drinking pure water really that important?

Can you find enough people to buy these units to support your family?

One customer, in a review published online, states that his daughter suffered from a rare and dangerous bladder disease. The doctors apparently didn’t know how to treat the disease, but after purchasing a water ionizing machine, and drinking water regularly, the disease disappeared without a trace, baffling the doctors.

There seems to be a balance between negative and positive reports from customers, there are quite a few complaints from members who attempted to refund the machine, unbroken and un-opened, but the company refused to offer a refund.

Let’s also not forget about the members who straight up lost money to the company and never received fair compensation for their loss. You have to buy into the company with a starter’s pack in order to become a distributor and most people don’t know how to promote the products so they don’t make any money back.

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It’s debatable if drinking ionized water is better for you than regular water, there’s really no evidence to support the claim. There are even quite a few scientific papers debunking common myths associated with ionized and alkalized water.

Enagic-k8ORP stands for Oxidization Reduction Potential and it’s a way to measure the quality of various chemicals, including water.

The Enagic company claims their machines make water that will contain a reading of -200 to -400 ORP.

The less oxide the better because the oxidation process leads to rust on metals and deteriorates other materials.

But there are other, cheaper, water ionizers that can filter water with even lower ORP levels. Still, it’s important to not obsess about this numbers because it’s not about finding the water with the lowest ORP levels.

For reference, most tap water has a ORP level of around + 500 while bottled water has around + 200 while natural spring water has a rating of +150.

In addition, comparing ORP levels is difficult and it’s not a solid factor that you should use to judge the quality of water. Let’s also not forget that the source of water plays an important role as well.

Tap water from one area, filtered with a water ionizer, may not have the same ORP levels as water from a different area, also filtered with a water ionizer.

Remember, ORP is only one factor that is used to determine the quality of water, there are many other factors to consider as well such as mineral content, nutrients, vitamins, and more.

Just because a certain type of water has a positive ORP rating does not mean it will damage your health. Consider the other factors as well.

Overall, these ionization machines do an excellent job at removing free radicals and harmful chemicals from water.

On the other hand, though this water does contain less chemicals than tap water and bottled water, the healthiest option would be pure spring water as it collects minerals and vitamins from free-flowing streams.

Why 95% of its distributors fail in the Business?


Its great that the KANGEN Water increases your quality of life, and you are very excited to share it with other people.

One thing you need to know is that not everyone thinks and feels the same way as you do.

You have good intention for sharing the KANGEN Water, but others might not feel the same way.

Believe me, I have been through that stage and thought that everyone will be interested in what I am sharing, but I was so wrong.

Because of the high rate of rejection, you need a constant flow of people (leads) whom will be interested in the products that you are sharing in order to be successful.

But, the problem is, you will run out of leads if you do not know where to find them.

You sponsors/upline will tell you this:

  • Make a list of people whom you know will be interested in the Business
  • Call and fix appointment with them or do a three way call with your sponsor
  • Push your list to become a ENAGIC distributor
  • Ask for referral

The problem with the list is, they are all your friends and family. I have heard of many relationships being destroyed because of these business opportunities. Your friends and family started to avoid you and you will feel miserable.

There are many other factors that drives a distributor to failure but, these are the 2 main ones.

Also, your sponsor or leader is the main person who can determine your success or failure.

You have to ensure that the person (the Leader) you follow is one who will put your interest first.

What I mean is that your leader should be the one who will patiently guide and support you to become a great sales person.

Never join someone who will dodge difficult questions, and call you names when they don’t know how to answer you. I guess this happens a lot in Enagic.

If you have that experience, please feel free to share it at the comment section below.

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So, Is ENAGIC a Scam?


So let’s get back to the point, is this company a scam?

I truly believe that ENAGIC is a legit and great company, and its products do help improve a persons well being. However, I am not so sure about the business opportunity.

The ENAGIC opportunity may seem attractive, but to be successful in it, you need to have the passion, the tenacity, and the drive to make things happen.

A minute group of people achieved success with the company, but, the majority faces many problems to progress. Some people take weeks to be successful, while most can’t find success even if they are in it for at least a year.

In my opinion, it is great to use the ENAGIC product, and not to promote it.

My Sincere Advice to You


If you truly want to be successful from the comfort of your home, I would suggest that you do it step-by-step by following this course.

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Feel free to share your thoughts with me on ENAGIC by leaving a comment below. I will be more than happy to respond to your queries if there’s any.

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Janelle - Reply

Hi there! Enagic distributor here!

Kangen water is MUCH more than just a water ionizer. It’s electrolyzed reduced water. The machine uses electricity to separate the molecules in your water leaving more anti oxidizing molecules available to stop oxidation, inflammation and the aging process in your body.

I’ve seen the water these machines produce do amazing things for people with crohns, personally. I also have a lady on my team who’s son wasn’t even a year old and had extreme eczema. Her doctor had him taking bleach baths as well as hundreds of dollars worth steroid cream. She bathed him in the 7.0 “Beauty water” for a week and he was almost completely clear of it.

Have you seen experiments of people using the 11.5PH to clean their veggies? Do you see the crap that comes off of them that “normal” water doesn’t even come close to getting off? It is insane! I love my Kangen Machine and I truly believe in this product!

The team I’m working with is similar to the above mentioned GAZ and DGL as in the marketing efforts. Our team is actually in a position where we don’t charge a monthly fee for training/mentorship. You would be responsible for your own product and the amount you spend on your ads only. (did I mention that these products are considered medical devices and can be financed?) There are multiple leaders in my group that have been so great to me and help with any questions I have, and trust me, there have been some dumb questions. This is truly a life changing business opportunity as well as a health game changer. Plus the water is actually DELICIOUS! The amount of chlorine in my regular tap water compared to the water that comes out after going through the machine is insane.

Yes you are going to get people who are just in this for the money. The key to being successful in this business is to follow the policy/guidelines for advertising that Enagic has put out as well as a great mentor. You want a mentor that is actually into helping you succeed not just get the sale and ghost you.

This business isn’t a scam in my eyes. If you put the time and energy into the training and mentorship and truly believe in this product, the sky is the limit!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Janelle,

    I can’t agree more with you that you need a successful mentor who actually cares about your success.

    There are just too many “leaders” who will ghost you after a sale.

    And, I do agree with you that Enagic is not a scam. It is the constant focus on recruitment in the Digital Genius Lab (DGL) and the Global Affiliate Zone (GAZ) that gives Enagic a bad name.

    What I didn’t agree is that you mentioned Kangen Water Machine being a medical device? Do you have proof of such claims? If yes, please share it here.

    Thanks for sharing your experience Janelle!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Lynda - Reply

Total scam! Darren and Mike are VERY good at what they do as far as building hype through their webinar.
They will absolutely not tell you what the products are that they promote until you pay $99.
They promise to refund you if you’re not interested after they send you the promotional videos.
Well, I was definitely not impressed and when I said I wanted a refund, I got a snarky message and a promise of a refund.
Well guess what? I got a refund confirmation email but NO refund.
These guys need to be shut down.
My advice……. RUN! Don’t go near this company.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Lynda,

    So sorry to hear your bad experience with these guys.

    Could you share with me the name of the program that Darren and Mike are running? Appreciate that!

    I really hope you can get your refund. My advice is to keep probing them until you get your refund.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

      Lynda - Reply

      Update: I received my refund! Yeah!
      Although my opinion has not changed on this marketing scheme. They operate under betterlife.buzz but when you search that all it says is website coming soon.
      I have the link to the videos you have to pay for but I’m not sure if I should post it here.

        Jack Cao - Reply

        Thanks for the update Lynda! I’m glad that you received your refund.

        I’ll definitely check out the betterlife.buzz.

        Will request the link from you privately.

        Cheers!
        ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Jeanette - Reply

Hi Jack,

I was wondering whether this review was recent? As enagic and GAZ have to my knowledge coupled up, and the actual ‘recruitment’ process is recommended to do through Facebook advertising etc… so they ‘say’ there is no family and friends pushing as it advertising and promoting the lifestyle via Facebook and social media. What are your thoughts?

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Jeanette,

    To my knowledge, the information in this review is still up to date.

    The information in the GAZ review is up to date as well.

    GAZ is simply an “automated selling system” for the Enagic. Digital Genius Lab as well.

    It seems that the Enagic distributors are getting creative with their recruitment process.

    And, it seems that their strategies are paying off.

    Unfortunately, many people are caught in this scheme. The majority of them still do not earn a dime from the business, while they spent thousands of dollars on the water machine.

    A machine that they didn’t know they need until they join GAZ or Digital Genius Lab.

    My personal opinion about Enagic is that it is a legitimate network marketing company.

    But, its distributors, like GAZ and Digital Genius Lab, are running a pyramid scheme to recruit people into the network marketing business.

    I’m not sure if the Enagic Management approves of this recruitment scheme, but given the circumstances in the market, I think that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is quickly shutting down pyramid schemes.

    Companies like Herbalife, MOBE, Digital Altitude, and many others are being sued by the FTC.

    So I hope Enagic will clean up its act, and prevent itself from scandals like this.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Tracy - Reply

I just watched a webinar on this and there was not a fee involved to watch this webinar. I certainly want to buy the machine if possible, it seems all legal to me as far as the business, although I’m not an expert. Just trying to find a legitimate work from home job. I also feel this water system could help with my chemical sensitivities and overall health.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Tracy,

    To promote this business effectively, you have to believe that the product actually helped you.

    Do not assume that the product will work for you, you have to try it yourself.

    And if in fact that the product do work for you, you have good grounds to promote it.

    Hope this helps, and I wish you all the best in whatever decision you make.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Patty Wolf - Reply

My son-in-law spent 5k to buy into this. He had not made sold one machine. Is this a scam and can he get his money back.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Patty,

    This is not a scam, and alkaline water, if you have done some research, is beneficial to health.

    If your son-in-law intend to promote Enagic, buying the water machine is the first step.

    Depending on your country, the refund policy may differ. But generally, if you return the product within the first 10 days after your purchase, you can get a 100% refund but you’ll have to pay for the shipping fee. But, if you return the product within the first 6 months, you’ll get a 90% refund less shipping fee.

    Hope this helps!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Philip (Stymieman) - Reply

I personally believe that altering the state of ones blood, transferring from acidic to alkaline has a huge upside. The company let you try the water for free- I have been using it for over 3 weeks now and not paid Enagic one cent thus far.

All I would say to people is try it for yourself and see if you feel the benefits – I also think it would be good practice to conduct a “before and after” blood test, measuring cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure, HDL, LDL and triglycerides. This will give all users the opportunity to try the product for free and test the results over a 4-6 week period. You could also measure body weight along with neck, waits, hip measurements….

Publish the results- take pictures and off you go…:)))

    Jack Cao - Reply

    It is always recommended to try the products before buying it. What you’ve said is extremely helpful in terms of measuring the “before and after” state.

    There are 2 methods to get your free trial, which is (1) to buy a 5 litre container from them which cost around $4 and collect 5 litres of akaline water from Enagic everyday for 30 days, (2) install the water machine directly to your home and enjoy the convenience.

    However, there are some issues I’d like to highlight in terms of the free trial.

    (1) It is known that if you choose to collect 5 litres of alkaline water daily, it may cause inconvience to your daily routine and logistics may be a problem.

    (2) If you install a water machine directly to your home, it will eliminate the (1) issue, but you’ll have to pay hundreds for the installation fee, and you’d probably have to pay a removal fee if you decide not to purchase the water machine.

    So, there’s really a dilemma in trying the product for “free”.

    Which leads to the “best option”, which is to purchase the product.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Nancy - Reply

I saw a friend post on FB about him and his family drinking Kangen water that totally helped his Autistic kids so I decided to ask him about it since I have a few friends with Autistic kids. Boy that was a mistake. The guy just wouldn’t give up on convincing me to be a distributor. Knowing him for so many years, it scares me to see how sold he is on this business. I told him I’m not interested in doing sales and just simply want to consider purchasing the machine. He told me “Why? why would you just want the machine. ” He gave me his number and said “Call me if you are interested in the business plan. If not, don’t bother.” WTH. Obviously those people’s goal is not really getting you the machine that is supposed to improve your health. Their goal is just to make money off the pyramid of distributors they can recruit. Very frustrating. So now I’m avoiding this friend left and right, just like you mentioned in the article above. I guess I will never get a chance to taste the water or own a machine if I can’t be a sale person.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    It is unfortunate that you have to experience this. Not all distributors are equal and you are just unlucky to have met a distributor who is only interested about money and not about helping others. If you are interested to get a water machine, I recommend that you find another distributor through the main website.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

    Cherie - Reply

    Hi Nancy.

    I don’t know how old this post is, but if you are interested in buying the machine without joining the company, I’m happy to help with that. Sorry about your friend.

    Best wishes
    Cherie

Becca - Reply

I came on here to read into selling this product through digital genius lab. The first webinar I went through was free, but didn’t really dig into what they were marketing. After the $99 I found out about buying this super expensive product. I thought “there is no way I can or want to spend $4800+ dollars for this”. But during my coaching call I realized that I didn’t have to buy the specific product, but rather cheaper ones, or any that worked with my finances. I haven’t done it yet, but I felt better knowing I didn’t have to spend so much.
Hope this helps anyone!!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You have to buy a Water Machine to join the program. The cheapest of all is the K8 which cost $1,000.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

      Josh - Reply

      False and False…. You DO NOT have to buy a machine, you can purchase any product including there turmeric supplements and the K8 is $4980….

      lol this is why I dont believe anything on the internet

        Jack Cao - Reply

        Hmmm… The cheapest product being how much? Last I checked it is still a few hundred dollars. Seems that Enagic has updated their pricing and compensation plan. I’ll update this review soon as well. The information is outdated, not false. Thank you for your notification.

        Cheers!
        ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Rad - Reply

I am an Enagic Distributor and I can tell you for sure that it is an amazing company and an amazing product. However, if you are hearing about Enagic or purchasing any products with GAZ or Digital Genius Lab, or the other ones out there, then you are being SCAMMED. What sucks is that these groups of people are making Enagic look bad. You should NEVER have to pay $ to listen to a webinar, that’s just crazy. Stay away from company’s that charge you money just for some information, usually it’s always a scam. As far as Enagic goes, I spent about $5,000 for my machine and I totally love it. I am financially free because of Enagic and by running the business my own way! If you find value in the product and genuinely like helping people, then you’ll make it work.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    I fully agree with you. Enagic is a good company, but its distributors from GAZ and Digital Genius Lab is giving Enagic a bad name.

    Their way of marketing makes the company look like a pyramid scheme. Enagic should do something about it before the FTC finds out.

    Thanks for stopping by Rad!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Veronica - Reply

Yeah I just went through the same process Brittany did just now. On Facebook, there are promoters about traveling or having financial freedom. In no way are they actually promoting the product up front, but rather their motivation or “why” people should not be working a 9-5 job. You have to pay $97 to listen to a webinar with Creator Academy and find out their secret to “high ticket sales” on commission of selling enagic products. Then in the webinar you find out that you must buy one of these machines worth over $4,000 in order to be a seller and in the community. I just had a coaching call today and they said I will be going through training, but I can finance to pay for the machine. They explained that I will be promoting a meaningful message of my own passion in life and do not talk about the product at all. I was so excited in the beginning, but to find out I have to sell these enagic products in an unorthodox way is mind boggling. I want to do affiliate marketing so bad, but I am not sure if this is the way to go. This reminds me more of the movie, “Pursuit of Happyness” with Will Smith and although these products give high commission, I find it will be very difficult to sell such an expensive product.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Veronica,

    I guess you are talking about Digital Genius Lab where Sean Malone and Chris Baden hosted the webinar.

    I went through what’s inside Digital Genius Lab and you can see the review (link will be provided soon). They were not exactly upfront with their “high ticket products”, and you’ll only learn about Enagic on the coaching calls.

    We will soon see what the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will do about this company for their “Recruitment Methods”. It may not be tomorrow, or the next week or the next year, but we’ll soon see FTC taking action.

    If you truly want to learn how to do affiliate marketing (promoting any kind of products online), I would recommend that you check out Wealthy Affiliate.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Loretta - Reply

I was about 1 hour away from joining the team and sending them my money! I sent an email to discuss some things I was concerned about to the distributors Darren and Mike. The replied by calling me a bitch!! I am so glad I didn’t buy into them

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for sharing this Loretta!

    You see, that’s what I meant by lousy sponsors or leaders.

    You always have to be extra careful on who you follow.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Brittany - Reply

I feel bamboozaled! I watched their webinar which talked about list of products they sell and about ads and marketing online… paid $99 to learn about water and find out I have to spend between $2000-9000 to qualify as a distributor!!!!! Now can anyone help me get my money back or at least make sure they don’t take anymore!!!?
Thanks !

    Jack Cao - Reply

    This is something new. I didn’t know Enagic has a webinar that promotes the business opportunity.

    It will be interesting to know what the webinar is all about. I am sure it is created by one of the distributors, and it is not endorsed by the company.

    If it is solely for the promotion of the business opportunity, it could be considered a pyramid scheme and the FTC needs to be notified of this.

    To help you out, maybe you can check out the refund policy of the website you bought your marketing training from. I am sure there are terms and conditions to get your money back.

    Also, you may want to check with your financial institution if there are any party who has charged a recurring payment on your account. You can request your financial institution to stop the payment.

    I hope this helps Brittany!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Jim Fleming - Reply

I would LOVE to know if the company referred to in the above comments, which I believe is headquartered in Vancouver, is on the up and up. The testimonials given are very motivating. They have a facebook group that is VERY responsive to questions and very supportive. But my “spidey sense” is tingling so I am sitting on the fence. Maybe the $99. I spent is a good price to pay to be able to learn a bit about Internet marketing . I don’t know. I want what they say to be true but I am still not sure. Any insight you can provide is welcome.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Jim,

    Are you referring to Global Affiliate Zone (GAZ) for the online marketing training?

    Anyway, I personally feel that online marketing training should not be geared towards promoting one product. You should have the flexibility to promote any kinds of product you want.

    So, the Online Marketing Training that you’ll get is basically for you to promote Enagic, which I recommend not paying for it.

    Enagic should train its members (distributors) to promote the products for free. They shouldn’t be asking for enrollment fees for their training program. Essentially, it is the distributors who will earn them the money, they shouldn’t be earning from them.

    If you truly want to learn how to do online marketing (where you can promote any products you want online), then I will suggest that you check out this program.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Mary ScottNaqeeb - Reply

I do believe this may be a business scam and by reading some of the comments it appears that this company is new it’s just trying to sell the new machines I do not have a problem with that they stated it is free to join them and I guess like all business they need a lot of people to have a up going website if they are scam artists I’ll be more than happy to report them to the authorities I have nothing else to do we have enough scammers as it is I will pay nothing to join and I do not mind the product that they’re selling Mary Scott naqeeb

    Jack Cao - Reply

    In my opinion, I don’t think the company is a scam, but I think that the management has not been in touch with the marketing tactics of its distributors.

    Just a few days ago, I saw an Enagic distributor posting landing pages that recruits people into the business opportunity (there was no focus on the product sales at all).

    So, if the Enagic management see this comment, I think its best that you do a check on your distributors.

    It is definitely tough to manage a huge group of distributors, but its still the company’s responsibility to enforce its policy and procedures, before the FTC comes down on you.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Billi solverson - Reply

Enagic is a total scam. You pay $99 to listen to their webinar, which is misleading and boring as hell. I asked my so-called mentors questions but all they could respond was to book the training call to get the answers, well here is the catch, once you have booked that training call you can no longer get your money back. But the info you need, pricing financing the process, is all in that TRAINING call..Not training, sales. The coach/sales person in his own words said, “we never advertise the product, no one is interested in the product they are interested in the business…” excuse me..so you may as well be selling empty boxes.. on top of that after having paid the advertising to bring in the leads you don’t get to do anything with them, your upline coach does the sales pitch/training call and gets paid to do it. If you want to own half a dozen overpriced ionizers to try to make that money back go for it.. if you just want the machine look on kijij there arre tons still n the box, dumped ther eby the poor fools who got sucked in

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Oh man! Such great company with great products got denominated into a pyramid scheme because of some greedy and unscrupulous “Salesman”.

    I hope the authorities or the company itself, will stop these group of distributors.

    MLM should always focus on the sale of the product and not the business opportunity, otherwise it will be seen as a pyramid.

    Thanks for your tip Billi!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Tony - Reply

I’m thinking of joining this business as well.. I thought buying a machine was an option. Plus you still earn commissions..

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Unfortunately no, you’ll have to purchase the products to earn the commission. That’s how the MLM business works.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Scott - Reply

I am considering joining a team of “affiliate marketers” who sell these water systems. Is it more beneficial to be part of a group who claims to teach you yo market the products? The process presents like a scam. They say you’re selling these systems but youre really selling the business opportunity that forces you to buy the water machine to qualify as a distributor. Not sure how i feel about it.

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