VoxxLife provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the company.

The VoxxLife website domain (“voxxlife.com”) was first registered on February 14th, 2015. The registration was recently updated on January 12th, 2017.

Jay Dhaliwal is listed as the domain owner, with an address in Ontario, Canada also provided.

Further research reveals VoxxLife marketing videos crediting Dhaliwal as founder and CEO of the company. Why this information is not provided on the VoxxLife website is unclear.

On his LinkedIn profile, Dhaliwal cites himself as President and CEO of Voxx Sports Inc. since 2010.

VoxxLife marketing videos suggest VoxxLife is an MLM opportunity that markets Voxx Sports Inc’s developed products.

As far as I can tell, VoxxLife is Dhaliwal’s first executive MLM venture.

Read on for a full review of the VoxxLife MLM opportunity.

 VoxxLife Products

VoxxLife market a range of socks and insoles they claim are ‘embedded with Voxx HPT technology‘.

Voxx HPT is a “proprietary wellness and performance technology”.

VOXX HPT is a very specific sequence and pattern of neuroreceptor activation on the bottom of the feet that triggers a signal that aides in the brainstem reaching homeostasis.

The VOXX HPT pattern is woven or molded into different iterations of products including hosiery and footwear accessories.

The documented results and benefits arising from the products incorporating the VOXX HPT pattern include enhanced pain relief and management, especially PDN pain, enhanced postural stability and balance, and improved mobility and overall energy levels.

Voxx Stasis are athletic performance socks that VoxxLife claim will ‘take your athletic performance to new levels‘.

  • soft touch top that holds the sock in place
  • ergonomic y-heel that keeps the heel from slipping
  • engineered 2 zone arch for stability and support
  • advanced nano-tech yarn guards against blisters, offers anti-bacterial protection and moisture resistance
  • ankle hinge for better range of motion and
  • Voxx HPT increases strength and balance

VoxxLife Stasis socks are available in knee-high ($45), crew ($40), mini-crew ($30), no-show ($30), wellness ($35) and liner ($30) varieties.

VoxxSol are VoxxLife’s range of insoles.

Lack of stability and balance account for 95% of foot and back pain issues.

VoxxLife insoles with VoxxHPT optimize the users stability and balance at the nervous system.

Find relief from those aches and pains with drug free proven technology.

VoxxSol are available in Bliss, Classic and Rush varieties at $45 for medium and large and $50 for XL.

The VoxxLife Compensation Plan

The VoxxLife compensation plan pays affiliates to sell Voxx Sports Inc products to retail customers.

Affiliates are also rewarded for building a downline sales team, with a particular emphasis on focusing on the first few levels of their unilevel team.

VoxxLife Affiliate Ranks

There are seven affiliate ranks within the VoxxLife compensation plan.

VoxxLife affiliates can qualify for ranks either by recruitment or team volume criteria.

Recruitment Criteria

  • Associate – sign up as a VoxxLife affiliate
  • Qualified Associate – generate 100 PV a month and recruit at least one affiliate
  • Team Leader – maintain 100 PV a month and recruit at least four affiliates (two of which must be Qualified Associate ranked)
  • Director – maintain 100 PV a month and have at least two personally recruited Qualified Associates and two Team Leaders in your downline
  • Managing Director – generate 200 PV a month and have at least two personally recruited Directors in your downline
  • Vice President – maintain 200 PV a month and have at least four personally recruited Managing Directors in your downline
  • Regional Vice President – maintain 200 PV a month and have at least four personally recruited Vice Presidents in your downline

PV stands for “Personal Volume” and is sales volume generated by retail sales and a VoxxLife affiliate’s own purchase of product.

Team Volume Criteria

  • Associate – sign up as a VoxxLife affiliate
  • Qualified Associate – generate $2000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels
  • Team Leader – generate $5000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels
  • Director – generate $25,000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels
  • Managing Director – generate $60,000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels
  • Vice President – generate $150,000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels
  • Regional Vice President – generate $350,000 GV a month across three unilevel team levels

GV stands for “Group Volume” and is sales an affiliate’s own PV and that of their downline.

Retail Commissions

VoxxLife affiliates earn a 25% commission on retail product orders.

Recruitment Commissions

When a VoxxLife affiliate signs up, the affiliate who recruited them is paid a commission.

How much of a commission is paid out is determined by how much the newly recruited affiliate spends in fees:

  • Bronze / Launch Kit ($200) – $40
  • Silver Kit ($400) – $80
  • Gold Kit ($600) – $120

Residual Commissions

Residual commissions in VoxxLife are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.

A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):

If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.

If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.

VoxxLife cap payable unilevel levels at eight, with commissions paid out as a percentage of sales volume generated across these eight levels.

  • Associate – no residual commissions
  • Qualified Associate – 20% on level 1 and 2% on level 2
  • Team Leader – 20% on level 1 and 2% on levels 2 and 5
  • Director – 20% on level 1, 2.5% on levels 2 to 6 and 1% on levels 7 and 8
  • Managing Director and higher – 20% on level 1 and 2.5% on levels 2 to 8

Joining VoxxLife

VoxxLife affiliate membership is $40 for a “membership product” and then $200 to $600 for a “Business Builder Kit”.

  • Bronze / Founder – $200
  • Silver – $400
  • Gold – $600

The primary difference between the above kits is bundled VoxxLife products.


VoxxLife’s medical claims about their socks and insoles are abundant on the company’s website and marketing material.

Lack of stability and balance account for 95% of foot and back pain issues.

Independent testing has shown increases in Power, Balance, Stability, Range of Motion and Recovery. Voxxsols are proven to be 98% effective at relieving plantar fasciitis.

Plantar Fasciitis is a heel condition that apparently Voxxsols are 98% effective at relieving.

Typically this sort of stuff is a red flag in MLM but VoxxLife do provide information about “independent testing and validation”.

These include

  • California Sports Institute – 50 subjects in a double-blind study
  • Liuna – 69 members using SWAY Medical software
  • The Golf Lab – double-blind study of 72 golfers for distance and accuracy improvements
  • “3rd party rehab clinics” conducted a “1000 person study …  on foot pain and energy levels”

Another claim published on the VoxxLife website is a cyclist wearing Voxx HPT produced 22% more power than without.

If you’re an athlete, the sports performance side of things is self-explanatory. If you’re not athletic, then the medical claims are probably what you’re going to focus on.

Personally I don’t have any foot problems, nor could I justify $35-$50 socks or insoles as a preventative measure I’m not really sold on.

Insoles I kind of get, but how much “technology” can you really cram into a sock?

From a marketing perspective, even if you are able to find an interested audience, there’s also the problem of repeat business to consider.

Socks and insoles aren’t exactly a regular consumable, so retailing the products for repeat business might be an issue.

That said foot pain and injury is pretty widespread so there’s potentially a big market there, albeit a highly competitive one.

On the flip side if you’re considering VoxxLife as a business opportunity, $45 isn’t much to spend to evaluate the insoles for at least a month (the socks too I suppose if you’re interested).

Moving onto the business model, VoxxLife do pay recruitment commissions, however recruitment in general obviously isn’t a primary focus.

How many socks are affiliates going to buy month after month?

Products are bundled with the affiliate kits, so without a significant monthly spend it’s a bit hard to make the chain-recruitment argument.

Anyone who tries is probably going to burn themselves out pretty quickly for a few hundred dollars at best.

One thing you can do to check if your potential upline is trying to work a recruitment-based business is see how they’re rank qualifying.

If it’s based on recruitment criteria, are they generating their monthly PV via self-purchase or genuine retail sales?

If it’s team volume based, are they generating PV and if so, again is it self-purchase volume or genuine retail sales?

What you want to see is a healthy mix of retail volume in their total PV. A lack of which suggests the affiliate isn’t going to be a VoxxLife affiliate for too long (I just can’t see recruitment as a long-term income strategy here).

I do think the affiliate kits could be better priced though. $240 is a bit steep considering the socks/soles themselves are less than $50. A $100 or so kit option is needed IMO to cater to those who don’t wan to spend hundreds on socks and soles upfront.

If your potential upline is generating retail sales, you’ve evaluated VoxxLife’s insoles and/or socks and you think you’ve got a shot at marketing them to a wider customer-base, good luck!