Vemma Scam: Is it a Pyramid Scheme?
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Vemma Scam: Is it a Pyramid Scheme?

What the hell is Vemma?

I asked myself the same question before writing this Vemma scam review.

I am not an affiliate of this company, but I coach Vemma affiliates in my own mastermind group, so I wanted to pump out this Vemma scam review with my unique perspective of the company.

This will be a no bs review, so let’s blow through the smoke and get down to business. At the end, I will share with you how to be successful with this business opportunity.

Vemma Review

Vemma nutrition company launched in 2004 and is composed of two elements.

1,) They promote healthy lifestyle and nutrition habits with their health supplements product line.

For a detailed list of their products, visit the Vemma website.

2.) They offer a business opportunity where you can sell Vemma products as a distributor.

Vemma is an mlm (multi-level marketing) business model. This means that you make more money as you recruit more distributors to your team (aka downline).

Most people cringe when they hear MLM because they affiliate it with pyramid schemes.

Isn’t that a pyramid scheme?

Most people have a friend or two who claimed they were burned by another mlm company and lost a lot of money, therefore it has to be a scam.

This couldn’t be further from the truth.

The truth is that network marketing is a very lucrative business, and you can live a lifestyle most people dream of if you are willing to put in the time, work, effort, and patience.

Sadly, most people suffer from instant gratification or are simply lazy and want the results without the effort. Unfortunately, most people fail because they have poor work ethic, poor attitude, and unrealistic expectations.

There are people who have gotten rich with Vemma, but this isn’t a get rich quick scheme. They had to overcome struggle, and put in a lot of work to get to the top, but it was worth it to them.

You have to kill the negative connotation you carry about pyramid schemes. The hard truth is that you are most likely working in the corporate world, which is also a pyramid scheme.

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If you join Vemma, you are officially your own business owner, so you have to step out of the employee shoes and step into the bosses shoes.

Everyone says they want to be an entrepreneur and own their own business, but they back out when they realize how much work it actually takes.

What kind of person will you commit to being?

Is Vemma a Scam?

Vemma is a legitimate business, however, there are two reasons why people label Vemma a scam.

1.) Mindset

Most people who join MLM have a poor mentality. They believe they can get rich quick without having to put in much effort. This mindset will guarantee failure.

They lack the mental toughness of a real entrepreneur. In fact, they are just wantrapreneurs.

Wantrapreneurs still adopt employee mindsets. They still want to clock in and clock out, receive a guaranteed paycheck week to week, accept the status quo 1-week of vacation time, and want to grind at their job for 40 years to save for retirement.

They will give it a go for a few short weeks, and if they aren’t making a lot of money, then they will quit and call it a scam.

Real entrepreneurs understand that they might have to work for several months before making money. They are ready to look past the short-term sacrifice and focus on the long-term gains. They work 14 hour days in the be inning so they don’t have to work 8 hour days for the rest of their life. They want to retire when they’re 35 not 65.

They will do whatever it takes to make it happen, and they will take full responsibility of their actions and outcomes instead of pointing their finger.

2.) Poor Leadership

Finding successful mentors is the best shortcut for success. Be careful who you join under because not all sponsors are considered equal.

If you decide to join Vemma then you want to join someone who is in a position that you want to be.

Are they already seeing success? Are they making money? Do they care about you? Will they coach you?

Remember, this is mlm so everyone is trying to recruit so they can make more money themselves. Look out for yourself and don’t make a hasty decision.

There are many people who have been scammed by their sponsor because their sponsor saw they as a number instead of a teammate.

Some sponsors won’t care to train their guys, and I consider this being scammed by your sponsor.

The Bottom Line

Only join Vemma if you have the right mindset and a great sponsor to coach you.

Summary: How to Be Successful Marketing Vemma

We live in an age where technology rules. The old ways of marketing and selling work, but there is a better way. When I got involved with network marketing, I didn’t want to host home parties, cold-call, or ask friends and family. It felt scuzzy to me.

In fact, I have never once had to do any of the above to build a successful team inside my mlm business opportunity. I learned about internet marketing and how to leverage the power of search engines, Facebook, and YouTube to find leads and make sales.

This is the best way to market Vemma because you can reach millions more people online than offline. When you set it up correctly, your business can run on autopilot because the internet never sleeps.

If you want to learn how to build your Vemma business with a blog then watch my 5-Step Blogging Cheatsheet  training.

Cheers,

Tim Alwell