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The Real Monavie Scam - Don't Take This the Wrong Way!

 


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In looking at the berry giant Monavie, I must say that they have constructed a very well oiled machine. I take nothing away from the concept of taking a super juice and constructing a dynamic compensation plan and income vehicle around it. With the health consciousness of our generation in full swing this is a simply brilliant. On the other hand, there are a few things that leave something to be desired.

Having been in the Network Marketing industry for well over seventeen years, I have seen many changes that have made it more and more difficult for the average networker to be seen through the thick cloud of competition and business savvy marketers today. Years ago (I mean decades), it was a lot more acceptable to be invited to home business parties amongst your friends and family, however, with the cynicism that many that have not seen success with netowork marketing would quickly cry ‘Monavie Scam!’ seen in the marketplace.

Now my personal view of Monavie is that of a more traditional Network Marketing company that has latched on to a great health and anti-aging tsunami in American society and “Monavie Scam" would never be heard coming from my mouth. That said though, many are still finding it increasingly difficult to pack houses for business parties and really build a sustainable downline giving away free juice samples.

In comes the “Monavie Scam Buster"! or the concept of building a large and sustainable Monavie downline quickly, without hosting a single party of picking up the phone to all Aunt Suzy that still has a closet full of cosmetic products from you last “Million dollar deal"! See, the landscape has changed and building Network Marketing businesses has become more attainable for the little guy than ever before. Never again will you have to sit in the audience at the Big Events" and watch everyone else receive their awards, bonuses and accolades.

Now you can rise to the top of Monavie or any company without ever leaving your home computer. Imagine the power you'll have to share with your downline as you team becomes a top producing asset for the Monavie organization. No more talk of a “Monavie Scam", as you effortlessly build your “Monavie Fam"! (Family if you thought I misspelled fame, but heir could be a little of that as well).

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