Jeunesse edge closer to being a 1:1 Vemma clone
When Vemma’s Young People Revolution (read: Alex Morton’s downline) jumped ship for Jeunesse, there was a bit of confusion surrounding the different product lines.
Awkward videos and testimonials began to pop up, from people who clearly didn’t give a crap about skincare.
Lip-service to the FTC or a genuine about-face on a product niche they’d previously expressed no interest in, but were now wildly excited about?
What we do know though is that this weekend Jeunesse unveiled a new product range under its existing Nevo energy drink line.
Eerie dejavu or am I just being too damn cynical?
Nevo itself has for some time been part of Jeunesse’s product lineup, albeit in yogurt drink “old generation” style packaging.
What with the sudden influx of Vemma affiliates following Alex Morton in droves though, I suppose something more closely aligned with Vemma’s Verve was inevitable.
As it stands, between Jeunesse and Vemma old pyramid scheme model there isn’t much.
You’ve got binary cycles on the compensation side of things, affiliates paying large sums of money for packs when they sign up and a product line that has been redesigned to make it more attractive to young people.
Recruitment? Yeah, that’s the core focus in Jeunesse too:
As it stands now Jeunesse look more than ever set to follow in Vemma’s footsteps.
Expect Nevo to start popping up in college campuses and, if you’re unfortunate enough to be within the #YPR age demographic, friends you haven’t heard from in years call up and pitch you with business presentations.
Meanwhile with it looking increasingly like Vemma are going to lose their FTC lawsuit and, as a side-effect, pioneer a new standard of retail focus within the industry, how long before Jeunesse fall under the regulatory microscope?
History is repeating itself folks and you’ve got a front seat on the action. Good times.
i would also say there are many other companies out there that can compare to Vemma on the compensation plan.
Its a recruiting game, plain and simple. Why would they be paying people to bring teams over otherwise?
A company that stands on its own merit and has produsts that actually sell, does not need to do that.
They can talk all they want. But the actual, end results are loud and clear.
while jeunesse is becoming a clone of vemma under the ‘generation young’ catchphrase, no doubt under the influence of alex morton, ted nuyten’s ‘businessforhome’ has crowned juenesse as the number 1 company in ‘momentum ranks’ [ie growing fast/high buzz]
the momentum ranks awarded by BFH are to help:
is this a subtle message to vemma distributors that jeunesse will fill the gap vemma left?
is juenesse banking on the hope that the FTC will not have the resources to go after it so soon after the vemma action?
alex morton has taken the juenesse recruitment drive across the world in the past month or so with his ‘generation young’ slogan.
here is a video posted by morton on november 8, 2015 in which he advises people not to get bogged down by parents, friends, professors or teachers, who may tell them their dream is not possible and that they should follow the ‘system’.
this video is quite obviously addressed to the same college demographic that morton recruited like crazy in vemma, and got vemma in trouble.
morton says that if people want a nice house, nice car, world travel and millions of dollars they should follow people who have achieved this and copy them [like himself]. he draws attention to the fact that he is at the eiffel tower in paris, and that this is the kind of life people could have.
this guy is really asking for trouble with a gilded invitation card.
One thing I will say is that Jeunesse did not start with wanting energy drinks when Monavie/Mynt became one with Jeunesse.
Their energy drinks were brought over with a hold for rebranding this is what Nevo is about.
I give you some merit but in the aspect of the energy drinks I gave you what happened point blank.
Yet strangely enough, the Verve style Nevo cans only came about after the Morton downline joined Jeunesse. Hardly a co-incidence.
I’m not saying it isn’t, but the actual drink it self is not based off the taste of Verve. I tried Verve before and I wasn’t a fan.
Problem is that this is the main reason to attack Jeunesse. Has anyone ever talked about the good their products have done? NO!
All I have actually seen are people not liking Jeunesse because they compare it to other companies. Does no one realize most of the MLM companies are quite similar. I said most not all.
you see, no one either inside or outside juenesse has time to talk about the products at all.
its all about recruitment you see.
ask alex morton about it.
when actual, unbiased research is done to back up the ridiculous claims, then people might. But we both know no one wants voodoo drinks exposed.
Honestly I wasn’t saying that about the drinks. I didn’t say it was bias. I mean other products they have. The drinks I don’t know yet if they have any benefit. But there are other things they have that are actually amazing. That have worked for me. Not anyone else I like to try things myself and not throw it at someone else to try. Does that make sense to you?
Jeunesse has a similar binary cycle plan to what Vemma had. It has also attracted the primary crowd who loved Vemma’s affiliate recruitment heavy business model. It is also now developing a similar product-line to Vemma (canned energy drinks that Vemma’s Gen Y affiliate recruiters are familiar with).
Jeunesse’s compensation plan favors affiliate autoship recruitment, that they are positioning themselves closer and closer to Vemma is amazing given the recent FTC action.
this is the kind of advice, alex morton is flying around the world sharing with potential recruits of ‘generation young’.
parents, teachers, professors, may have your best interests at heart, but don’t know a frig what they’re talking about! instead you must follow people who have what you want which includes cars,houses and bank accounts.
so, generation young can use their parents money to join jeunesse and pay for autoship, but should avoid taking advice from their parents! morton is certainly teaching people how to live selfishly and irresponsibly. no need for ethics, just follow alex morton and give him your parents money!
morton cunningly puts the entire support system [grandparent, friend, mom or dad, boyfriend, girlfriend, coach, teacher, professor, politician] of ‘generation young’ into the ‘advisor’ category and gives it negative connotations.
so, how soon will college campuses start banning jeunesse from their campuses? alex morton is a perp and needs to be taken down.
believe it or not, alex morton features in the november 2015 edition of Forbes Magazine.
there is a mugshot and quote from him in a section on ‘health wealth and success’.
this ^^ is really going to help him on his recruitment drive for jeunesse across US college campuses, and parents can thank forbes for it.
what’s going on in forbes? what quality of journalists and reporters are they hiring these days? it appears forbes can no longer afford internet access for its staff, who cannot perform even the simplest of checks into the people they present as icons of some sort.
this is the same forbes, that took money from onecoin to carry a paid advert of ruja ignatova, which may have misled many people into investing in onecoin.
its embarrassing that forbes is carrying alex morton so soon after the FTC vemma action, which we know was prompted by vemma’s targeting of students via alex mortons YPR movement. does forbes live under a rock or something?
whoever is reporting this that jeunesse nevo is the verve of vemma is completely wrong !! you guys don’t really know the facts.
(Ozedit: offtopic derail attempts removed)
Nevo has the same ingredients that Jabu has. This Jabu has been in Jeunesse product lines when they bought the Monavie business. You morons!!
You want me to send you a sample ??
You can’t see that Nevo is the spiritual successor of Verve? Yeah the ingredients might be different but it’s obviously a pander to ex-Vemma affiliates.
Alex Morton’s downline have a similar comp plan to Vemma to work with, now they have a similar product to market too.
jeunesse is so busy recruiting up the whole world to it’s pyramid that autoship product deliveries are falling behind.
so, people have to pay autoship every month and products will not be received in the same month?
are autoship commissions being paid without the affiliates actually receiving the product?
is the 1.1$ billion in sales, that jeunesse claim to have achieved in 2015, based on autoship payments or actual product deliveries?
according to alexa ratings jeunesse recruitment seems to be in a slump:
it seems alex morton’s magic is wearing off.
If the US isn’t keeping up with product shipment, who knows what’s going on in China (20%) and Russia (10.8%).
Then again, it’s not like they care about the product. Pay autoship and recruit others who do the same, any product that gets shipped is icing.