Nu Skin Reviews-Answers Is Nu Skin a Scam?
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Nu Skin Reviews-History and Leadership
Nu Skin opened its offices in Provo, Utah but they're not limited to just there. In fact they are in over 50 countries.
Nu Skin was founded in 1984 which makes it one of the senior network marketing companies around. The founder and current Chairman is Blake Roney. He filled the position of President and CEO from the opening day until 1996 which is when he became the Chairman.
Steve Lund is the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for Nu Skin International. Third in the trio of founders is Sandie Tillotson who serves as Senior Vice President.
Nu Skin Reviews-Nu Skin Products Featuring Galvanic Spa
There are plenty of Nu Skin products to choose and use or to promote or both. It's not possible for me to go through every one of their products. Even the categories of products are numerous at about 25.
There seems to be a lot of interest in the Galvanic Spa System which claims to provide you with all the benefits of a spa right in your own home. A spa that, they say, can revitalize your scalp, refine your whole body and give your complexion a makeover.
The ageLOC Galvanic Spa System is pretty extensive and incorporates what Nu Skin calls their ageLOC Science. The science is the study of the genetic origins of why and how the aging process works.
They claim to have discovered these origins which they call age related super markers or arSuperMarkers. They claim that within these arSuperMarkers are something called Youth Gene Clusters which are working groups of genes that regulate how we appear to age.
Does this all make sense to you or does it sound like a bunch of hooey. I write the review, you make the decision. Unfortunately if you are only interested in the products the only way to decide if they are any good is to try them which obviously, would cost you some money. If you are looking for the business opportunity, read on.
Nu Skin Reviews-Getting Started and The Compensation Plan
The answer to the question; "Is Nu Skin a scam?" is a definite NO. Getting started in Nu Skin is a fairly normal and typical, for mlm companies, process. You pay money up front for a distributor kit and then maintain a monthly autoship of products to be sure you qualify for commissions.
Nu Skin has something on their website that is very unusual to see from a network marketing company. They have a chart which lists the average income for each distributor rank.
The average beginning distributor monthly check is $50, $600 annualized. I'll list the others straight down to make it a little easier to scan over. The first number is monthly, the second annually.
Provisional Executive-$40, $480
Gold Executive-$757, $9084
Lapis Executive-$1,267, $15,204
Ruby Executive-$2,534, $30,408
Emerald Executive-$4,910, $58,920
Diamond Executive-$9,961, $119,532
Blue Diamond Executive-$47,410, $568,920
The majority of distributors, 56.86% are at the Executive level. Now I don't know about you but these numbers don't match what you are led to believe in mlm. There is a very simple reason for that.
Until the very recent past recruits in mlm were not given any training in marketing. The companies just told them to make a list of their friends and family and use the 3 foot rule. People were rejected left and right and they quit before they had a chance to get anywhere.
Some mlm companies still use those tactics exclusively. They may work for the company overall but they don't work for the reps. The numbers above don't say that no one is making any money in Nu Skin, it shows that only a handful of reps are making good money.
That is because the people who are making money either already had a downline that they brought with them or they know how to market their opportunity. If Nu Skin incorporated an effective marketing system those numbers would go up.
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