Elepreneurs Review: Pointless Elevacity reboot?
Update 1st September 2020 – BehindMLM has published an updated Elepreneurs review on September 1st, 2020. The review below is maintained for reference. /end update
The first thing I noticed upon visiting the Elepreneurs website was mention of Elevacity.
Both companies are operated out of Texas, were founded by Rob Oblon and share the same logo branding.
BehindMLM reviewed Elevacity in 2015 and concluded that if retail was focused on, the travel-based business opportunity showed potential.
Unfortunately that doesn’t seem to have happened, with Elevacity dropping off into obscurity until a few months ago.
Alexa traffic estimates show the same February, 2018, growth curve for both the Elevacity and Elepreneurs websites.
As of May, 2017, both Elepreneurs and Elevacity are operated through parent company Sharing Services Inc.
As of March 1st, 2018, Jordan Brock, Robert Oblon and Frank Walters are appointed directors of Sharing Services Inc.
Read on for a full review of the Elepreneurs MLM opportunity.
The Elepreneurs website doesn’t feature any retailable products or services.
From what I gather however, Elevacity’s product line is available to Elepreneurs affiliates.
Since our initial Elevacity review the product line has been expanded and the travel component moved to Four Oceans.
In 2015 Elevacity marketed Meridium. Other than claiming Meridium was a “one of a kind” product, Elevacity didn’t provide any specifics.
Today there’s no mention of Meridium on the Elevacity website, however the company does offer an expanded nutritional supplement and personal care range as follows:
- D.O.S.E – “a daily dose of happy chemicals”, retails at $99
- Xanthomax – a “Xanthohumol based nutraceutical and super-nutrient antioxidant”, retails at $65
- Hangover Defense Patch – “designed to replace those lost nutrients and kick that brain fog and headache to the curb”, retails at $34.97
- Sleep Patch – “a unique combination of melatonin, the body’s natural sleep hormone and a special blend of calming herbal remedies”, retails at $34.97
- Energy Patch – “designed to sustain a clear, focused stream of energy throughout the day”, retails at $34.97
- Pure – “a unique zeolite product that is currently patent pending”, retails at $60
- Elier Serum – “combines minerals, vitamins and organic substances that provide the skin a deeply nourishing and regenerating effect”, retails at $71
- Smart Coffee Tub – “a proprietary blend of amino acids, choline, and fat burners”, retails at $50
- Smart Coffee Bag – “a dark-roasted, Colombian instant coffee infused with nutritional supplements focusing on weight loss and cognitive functions”, retails at $60
- Timeless Skin Care – “an all-natural instant skin tightener”, retails at $60
- Choclevate – “a priority blend of amino acids, choline, and fat burners to include L- Theanine, Alpha-Glyceryl Phosphoryl Choline, Organic Peruvian Cocoa, PEA, Kigelia Africana Extract, Juglans Regia Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Green Tea and Chromium Polynicotinate”, retails at $50
- KetoCre – “high quality healthy fats, along with a specific amount of key essential Ketōne creating Amino Catalysts”, retails at $70
- Elier Mud – “this mask purifies and infuses skin with vital nutrients, minerals and trace elements while providing powerful free-radical protection and antiseptic properties”, retails at $25
Travel services provided on the Four Oceans website are marked “coming soon”. Not too sure what’s going on there.
The Elepreneurs Compensation Plan
Granted it’s possible to generate commissionable sales volume via retail sales, the Elepreneurs compensation plan primarily focuses on affiliate recruitment.
Elepreneurs Affiliate Ranks
There are twelve affiliate ranks within the Elepreneurs compensation plan.
Along with their respective qualification criteria they are as follows:
- Star – sign up as an Elepreneurs affiliate
- Bronze – generate 2500 GV a month
- Silver – generate 5000 GV a month
- Gold – generate 10,000 GV a month
- Platinum – generate 20,000 GV a month
- Diamond – generate 40,000 GV a month
- Black Diamond – generate 80,000 GV a month
- Royal Black Diamond – generate 150,000 GV a month
- Ambassador – generate 300,000 GV a month
- Crown Ambassador – generate 500,000 GV a month
- Royal Crown Ambassador – generate 1,000,000 GV a month
- Triple Crown Ambassador – generate 2,000,000 GV a month
GV stands for “Group Volume” and is sales volume generated by an affiliate’s downline (their own purchases and sales to retail customers).
Note that no more than 50% of required GV each month can be sourced from any one recruitment leg.
Check Match Bonus
When an Elepreneurs affiliate recruits a new affiliate, they are paid a 22% Check Match Bonus on the earnings of the recruited affiliate.
If a second affiliate is recruited, the Check match Bonus percentage increases to 44% of both the recruited affiliate’s earnings.
If three affiliates are recruited the Check Match Bonus percentage increases to 66%, paid on the two recruited affiliates with the highest earnings for that month.
If four affiliates are recruited the Check match Bonus percentage increases to 88%, paid on the two recruited affiliates with the highest earnings for that month.
If five affiliates are recruited the Check match Bonus percentage increases to 110%, paid on the two recruited affiliates with the highest earnings for that month.
Elepreneurs affiliates unlock the Infinity Bonus by recruiting three affiliates.
The Infinity Bonus is a 20% match on sales volume generated by the two highest performing affiliates of each affiliate they recruit.
I.e. for every affiliate you recruit, you receive a 20% match on volume generated by their top two affiliates.
The Infinity Bonus extends down an infinite number of levels through 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.
Using this structure, an Elepreneurs affiliate earns a 20% match on every unilevel team level (top two affiliates on each level) as their personally recruited affiliate’s downlines grow deeper.
E-Finity Team Commissions
E-Finity Team commissions are paid on every affiliate within the unilevel team whose volume or earnings aren’t paid out on via the Check Match Bonus or Infinity Bonus.
A 22% E-Finity Team commission is paid out via the unilevel team, down five levels of recruitment for each unilevel leg.
The Lifestyle Bonus rewards Elepreneurs’ Gold and higher ranked affiliates.
Note that Platinum and higher ranked affiliates must meet an additional 80 PV a month requirement.
PV stands for “Personal Volume” and is sales volume generated by sales to retail customers and an affiliate’s own purchases.
If an Elepreneurs affiliate meets the above qualification criteria, here are the corresponding Lifestyle Bonus payments:
- Gold affiliates receive $500 (no 80 PV requirement)
- Platinum affiliates receive $2000 ($400 a month)
- Diamond affiliates receive $5000 ($800 a month)
- Black Diamond affiliates receive $10,000 ($1100 a month)
- Royal Black Diamond affiliates receive $20,000 ($2200 a month)
- Ambassador affiliates receive $45,000 ($3300 a month)
- Crown Ambassador affiliates receive $75,000
- Royal Crown Ambassador affiliates receive $100,000
Global Bonus Pool
Elepreneur take 4% of company-wide sales volume and place it into the Global Bonus Pool.
The Global Bonus Pool is split into five smaller pools that correspond with Royal Black Diamond and higher ranks:
- Royal Black Diamond – 30% (of the total 4% Global Bonus Pool)
- Ambassador – 25%
- Crown Ambassador – 20%
- Royal Crown Ambassador – 15%
- Triple Crown Ambassador – 10%
Royal Black Diamond and higher ranked affiliates receive one share in the Global Bonus Pool that corresponds with their rank.
SHRV Stock Rewards
SHRV is the stock ticker for Sharing Services Inc.
The Elepreneurs compensation plan suggests affiliates receive “stock” in SHRV, based on rank qualification:
Note that I wasn’t able to find any detailed information on this component of the Elepreneurs compensation plan.
Basic Elepreneurs affiliate membership is $49 annually.
New affiliates can optionally sign up for a one-time purchase with an “enrollment pack”:
- Happy – $249
- Happier – $499
- Happiest – $999
The primary difference between Elepreneurs enrollment packs is bundled products.
There also appears to be an ongoing mandatory $40 monthly autoship (more info in our conclusion below).
I’m not really sure why Elepreneurs exists.
Elevacity was an established MLM company with its own products and an attached income opportunity. Though I have noted there’s no longer mention of said MLM business opportunity on the Elevacity website.
This leads me to believe Elepreneurs is simply a reboot of Elevacity with a new compensation plan.
Which seems kind of pointless. I don’t see why Elevacity couldn’t have just rebooted itself with a new compensation plan.
Surely that was less effort than launching an entirely “new” company and separating the travel services through Four Corners?
On the product side of things nothing really stood out, although I did feel presentation of the products was a bit on the chemical side (Xanthomax sounds like something a psychologist would prescribe…).
With respect to the new Elepreneurs compensation plan, it’s significantly simplified when compared to Elevacity’s initial offering.
With volume requirements outside of bonuses tied to group volume, retail sales within the company are more important than ever.
Yet there are no retail requirements built into the compensation plan. In fact all I saw in researching Elepreneurs marketing material for this review was reference to recruiting affiliates on autoship.
In one particular compensation plan breakdown video, Rob Oblon himself provides multiple income examples based solely on recruited affiliate autoship volume.
Not helping is the fact that autoship appears to be mandatory for Elepreneurs affiliates.
Upon evaluating Elepreneurs’ affiliate signup options, I was unable to advance during the process unless I selected a $40 or more “MAP Selection”. I later learnt “MAP” is what Elepreneurs refers to a monthly autoship order as.
Mandatory autoship falls squarely in “pay to play” territory and is a regulatory red flag.
This plays right into affiliate recruitment, which is the only way an Elepreneurs affiliate can increase their effective commission rate.
Those commissions are paid on downline earnings (recruited affiliates on autoship), which potentially brings us full-circle.
What you want to establish as a prospective Elepreneurs affiliate is whether your potential upline actually has retail customers purchasing products.
If all or most of their earnings are from affiliate autoship volume throughout their downline, you’re looking at a product-based pyramid scheme.
You sign up as an Elepreneurs affiliate, establish a monthly autoship order and then get paid to recruit others who do the same.
Unfortunately, as with Elevacity, this would mean Elepreneurs is an interesting concept and compensation plan ruined by a lack of retail focus.
One final thought I’ll leave you with is the Sharing Services Inc. (SHRV) share offering.
Sharing Services Inc. is registered with the SEC and appears to be up to date with their filings.
I can only assume the offering of SHRV stock as compensation to Elepreneurs affiliates is above-board. But do note I wasn’t able to find any specific reference to Elepreneurs or affiliates receiving stock in the company’s quarterly filings (you can check this yourself via the SEC’s Edgar database).
Sidenote: I didn’t see anything about “health plan bonuses” in Elepreneurs’ compensation material, so no idea what that’s about.
One interesting tidbit I gleaned from Sharing Services Inc.’s quarterly filings is, from its May 5th, 2017 inception through to January 31st, 2018, the company has sustained ongoing losses totaling $6.9 million dollars.
Maybe paying a 110% match on downline earnings isn’t such a smart idea.
Update 1st September 2020 – BehindMLM has published an updated Elepreneurs review on September 1st, 2020.
Elevacity is a complete scam.
I didn’t get paid because I sold too much. I got paid 20% in February for selling $80 but in March I only got 9% for selling $1050 over 1,000% growth in sales from February to March just to get penalized for promoting so much.
I was told I would get paid 20% on customers sales and it was a lie.
I saw your review on Elevacity (which is now Elepreneurs apparently) and was wondering if since your review has anything changed for the better or worse?
Ive been approcached to join and just wanted some honest feedback on not only the company and syetem, but also the products?
Seems like pretty expensive instant coffee to me at first look.
Also, this focus on “happy” seems a bit much … did you like the products? did they make you loose any weight and/or feel happier?
How difficult was it to obtain customers willing to pay the retail prices they ask?
I’m not much into recruiting others into the business which most MLMs are based on, but if the products are good then I think I could find customers and perhaps be willing to give it a shot.
Your feedback and thoughts would be most appreciated.
Hello James, and anyone else that reads this,
My wife and I are Eleprenuers with Elevacity. We love the products and use them and that is one of the biggest reasons we joined as sellers.
The coffee is not just instant coffee, go back and look at the products again and check the ingredients.
As far as pay goes our customer base is growing and we have also recruited other sellers that felt the same as we do, we see it as sharing and helping others to receive the benefits of the products, and yes we are making money as well.
We have not had any problem receiving commissions for products sold and volume bonuses etc, not sure what the problem could possibly be with Laura not getting her commissions.
Also the company stresses building a customer base, not just recruiting other sellers. There is a lady that has over 3100 customers and maybe a few sellers, that has been her focus, customers.
Other people may be focusing on recruitment, that would be up to each person, but the company does stress customers not sellers.
Also the comment made about Xanthomax by the article writer, just google Xanthohumol and do some reading.
To anyone reading this, if its only about Money, then maybe you should find something else, but if you like to help people better their lives, come try the products and join us.
I have personally seen these products improve lives of people and look forward to helping many others. Have a great day!
It is up to an MLM company to ensure affiliates cannot max out the compensation plan solely on recruitment. This is where retail qualifiers come in.
Regulators hold companies and company owners accountable if company-wide revenue is primarily derived from affiliate purchases.
Given Elepreneurs affiliate marketing was observed to be primarily geared toward autoship recruitment when I wrote the review, anecdotal accounts to the contrary don’t carry much weight.
Things never got any better. They never paid the Star Bonus or free products to many people.
My upline and downline left the company. I never did get my commissions from the month of March.
Shipping has gotten better, even though orders from May were received towards the middle of July. Xanthomax is a great product and the coffee, in spite of the horrible taste, does help with elevating your mood.
If you’re looking for a business opportunity, I would not recommend at all. I lost so much money sending out samples to people. As far as the products, they are good.
Ummn, contradictory much ?
The coffee does not taste good but the feeling and benefits you get if you manage to drink it are good.
I did not lose any weight but it gives you a sense of happiness which is why I drank it.
Surely “happiness” is a subjective ingredient found in any number of coffee brands?
I have been with the company for over 5 months and totally amazed. Products researched and works and comp plan is top notch. I have been in network marketing for over 7 years and this is yet the best…
All orders from May were shipped out towards the end of July. They never paid Star bonuses nor commissions from March. That makes them the WORST.
It’s a legal pyramid / MLM with overpriced products that don’t really do all they say they do. But us Ambassadors make so much money with the fees to join, the samples we sell to new recruits and all the “business meetings” we throw at hotels.
We will hit and run and make a ton of money in a few years and then close shop.
I hope you are joking. I am currently waiting on my samples & ran across this page. I’m hopeful it will help me feel better.
My wife is an Elepreneur and has sent numerous emails to the home office designated accountant or what ever tile he holds over several months with no response.
She is still waiting for payment from business she generated from recruiting and sales. Is there anyone out there that can provide sound advise (please no sarcasm).
I’m still waiting for the rest of my commissions from March.
I was actually getting interested in this until I saw the whole compensation structure. It’s making my spidey sensors go off.
How can this company make a profit? It sounds too good to be true, and I’m not liking it.
What I really wanted was a product to sell, and maybe bring in some other people who want to sell a product as well. What I DON’T want is to be in a program that is only about recruiting more and more people and making them pay to be in the program.
I’m gonna have to say no thanks unless someone can show me where it’s all about the product and not all about the recruiting. And for those of you here in the program, would I really be required to have a $40.00 a month autoship?
I’m OK with having a $49.95 annual fee for a website, but I’m not OK with a required $40.00 (or any amount) a month subscription.
@Terryann I don’t understand, you want to be a part of a company but not actually use the product??
Surely you would understand a monthly 40pv would mean you order the coffee if just that for yourself monthly?
How would you possibly be able to sell anything if you weren’t using it yourself?
The problem lies with forcing affiliates onto autoship and pegging that to recruitment qualification.
There’s nothing wrong with affiliates buying product but when it makes up the majority of an MLM company’s sales revenue, that’s pyramid scheme territory (affiliate autoship recruitment).
Hi! I have been with this incredible company since July 2018 and I have found my home! This company is amazing!
We have an incredible team with incredible products. These products in just a short time have changed my life forever.
We are on track to do 8 million in sales for just the month of October! These products work!
As far as the comp plan it is the best I have seen in a long time. I have been with other companies and never made more than $100. But, this company allows everyone to be successful from the bottom to the top.
I am here to help people around the world to build their health, wealth and happiness.
Many of the statements made in the comments above are lack of knowledge of how this company works and of NM in general. We are having massive success and as a ground floor company things are getting better day by day.
They are tweaking things to run shipping much more smoothly than a few months ago and I have seem incredible improvements.
I suggest talking to an elepreneur to truly get the facts not an article written by someone who has no clue on what we do or how we work! God bless you all.
Dear god. Your “hi, I’m new to network marketing!” pitch is unbearably cringey.
Normally I’d just hit spam but hey, it’s the weekend and I have a few minutes before bed so I’ll tear you a new one.
Ground floor opportunity? For fucks sake we reviewed Elavacity in 2015. Cut that shit out.
You’re here to make money. So cut the “I want to save the world” shit out too.
Oh really. Miss “I signed up as an MLM affiliate three months ago” wants to go toe to toe with someone who’s been reporting on the MLM industry for almost a decade? Bugger off.
I actually didn’t have a problem with Elevacity’s compensation plan. But of course you didn’t read the review. Jumped straight to the comments section to copy and paste your waffle as soon as you realized this wasn’t a marketing pitch.
And specifically what statements in the review show lack of knowledge of how Elepreneurs works? This review is 100% based on Elepreneurs business model and marketing material.
So either you’re full of shit, or this is review is wrong because Elepreneurs are lying to the general public. Just a hunch but I’m gonna go with the former.
Unless you want a biased as hell viewpoint from a clueless marketing hack with a vested financial interest in you spending money, that’s absolutely terrible advice.
Krista how exactly do you plan on doing this?
I myself do not realize want anyone but have an issue with the company where the products.
I have been using the products since May enjoying the company in June. I have had no issue with getting paid, no issue receiving my products.
shipping was a little slow and the beginning but now I always received my products by UPS within a week after ordering which I think is very reasonable.
and paid every week if I have any retail orders and paid monthly on the 15th like clockwork for the monthly smartship sales for the previous month.
yes in order to get your commissions yes you’re required to have a minimum $40 smart ship but if you think about it in reality how are you supposed to promote anything if you are not a product of the product.
and for those of you that are thinking this is nothing but a pyramid scam what do you think (Ozedit: Offtopic derail attempt removed)
I absolutely love this company and its products especially being I only ordered the coffee for the energy which it gave me plenty and then after two weeks I noticed I’ve lost weight.
it’s definitely a win and anyone taking this product that doesn’t lose weight have to remember it works different for everybody.
By all means be a “product of the product”, but why does Elepreneurs have to force affiliates to purchase product?
Forcing affiliates to purchase product to qualify for commissions is pay to play. Furthermore is the majority of revenue generated by an MLM company is affiliate-spend, it’s operating as a pyramid scheme.
Facts are facts and crapping on about what non-MLM companies are or aren’t doesn’t change them.
I tried this, my family has tried this and what no one has mentioned so far is that this product can be a major health hazard.
They promote “no side effects” when in fact it can have many. My doctor told me to run from this shit, its a heart attack waiting to happen. This is a reskinned product from the 90’s though the name evades me but the same thing.
Headaches, racing heart, nervousness, nauseating, palpitations are a few.
And the fact that many in here who are involved them themselves mention they recruit others to sell defines this as a pyramid scheme does it not?
Why do they only ask you to recruit family and close friends as resellers? Think about it.
This will be gone in less then a year and all but a few will lose and many families will be hurt due to failed promises.
If there’s not at least an equivalent retail volume amount company-wide, then yes.
I’ve been using Smart Coffee for a month and have had great results for mood uptick, cognitive clarity and suppression of hunger and cravings. It has assisted nicely in losing nearly 20 pounds in 4 weeks.
I’m sure doctors hate those kind of results. Here take another pill. I don’t trust today’s medical profession any more that most of you trust this product.
Have a good day!
Says the guy trying to push $100 a month worth of caffine.
Great breakdown of the company and their pyramid scheme. Note that if the bulk of the income is generated by recruiting more people, then that IS a pyramid scheme.
I’m a professor of nutrition and I will tell you with confidence that you’re wasting your money on this company’s overpriced coffee. It is marketing hot air and nothing more.
It astonishes me that for as long as these dodgy tactics have been used, people still fall prey to slick marketing.
If you want to help people while you make money, then go get a job down at your local Salvation Army. But selling MLM is basically packaged psychopathy.
Check your ethics because no matter how you want to dress it up, you’re selling useless products to people who don’t need them and profiting from it.
I’ve considered joining the company. I have acquired a taste for Smart Coffee product and use it everyday. It does provide energy and wards off the mid-afternoon naps.
As for Xanthromax… I question it and what it does to brain function.
I was taking the “Dose” everyday for about 2 months. Suddenly I developed a pain, not headache pain, but a cramping type pain on the right side of my brain.
As long as I was sedentary, there were no symptoms. But as soon as I stood up to walk, I got stopped by this shooting, sharp pain that lasted a few seconds.
I don’t take other meds. I recalled the write up about the Xanthromax affecting the “happy” part of your brain. And red flags went up.
I stopped taking both products and within 1 day, the pain greatly subsided and within 3 days completely gone.
After a week I decided to try just the coffee again, since I had grown to like it. I am still taking it everyday with no side effects.
Others I know mentioned a “swimming” feeling in their head after taking the Dose. I know everyone is affected differently but this was very scary for me.
Equally as scary…. When I mentioned it in the Facebook group…..I was “BLOCKED” from participating.
Seems very wrong to advertise “You have Never had any negative reviews”. I guess that’s easy to say when you block all negative reviews because you can’t have anyone messing up their check.
Money over health concerns?!? No thanks!
I was excited when my sister and brother-in-law introduced me to elevate coffee and xantha mix oh, I was all ready to become a promoter, but when I felt pressured by my brother-in-law and not giving me direct answers to my questions.
I did more research and I’m glad I found this website because after I ordered my coffee I’m still waiting for, and it ran out and I found out how bad the withdrawals were I had a terrible headache for two days I felt very irritable, not to mention depression everything that it was not supposed to do.
I was still going to sign up but my brother-in-laws up line who claims he makes $7,000 a month could not come up with showing me the facts.
I believe it is a scam and I’m a Praying Woman. I believe God is telling me not to do it.
After seeing the effects that some people have it’s not FDA-approved so I would be cautious on taking this especially if you have blood pressure issues.
Hi. I was introduced to the coffee, creamer and Xanthomax supplement a week ago. Despite my skepticism, I have felt absolutely wonderful taking these things.
I do experience a slight headache at the end of the day, but no other side effects. I have high energy, not jittery, my mood is definitely much better and consistent throughout the day. This is definitely not just coffee!
And though I am someone who is very careful about what ingredients I put into my body, I feel so good that I almost don’t want to know what is in this!! I have been on antidepressants in the past, and believe me- those are not without their side effects and unknown long-term effects.
So I’m willing to keep taking this. However, I do have to say that the websites connected to this company are awful- the information about compensation if you choose to become an “Elepreneur” are confusing.
As someone who has a bit of experience with other Network Marketing opportunities, there is definitely a scam aura about this in terms of the business.
Why do you have to spend $99 to set up an affiliate account AND go on autoship?. That is wrong. This company should be making money off of the quality of their products- not racking up $99 from enthusiastic customers.
Again, the products are having a beneficial impact on me- but I do not like what I see in terms of this as a legitimate business.
Hello! I have been drinking smart coffee for 10 months now. By the end of month 2 my Dr weaned me off all my meds. I was on 23 different meds.
I no longer have anxiety attacks or triggers. And I no longer suffer with depression. How ever it did take a few weeks before I really noticed a difference.
I have lost over 100lbs. But with that being said. I have not started Xanthromax. Because 200 medical studies and xanthromol is not enough for me. I want a study done on the actual product.
5 months ago I did join the company. And I am doing well. I make more now than I did as a accountant. But that is mainly my sales. I only have 1 person under me. Because for me its hard recruiting people. And I have been with many companies the last few years and had the same problem.
So its not the company that the problem. What I have just recently experienced is a little unsettling. But its not the company or product.
Its was some other things by some reps. Shady things that Me and a few others went to corporate about. Funny thing is they were already trying to stop it and knows who is doing it. So I know that will be taken care of soon.
How ever we have a new comp plan that starts July 1st. I personally love it. Because you dont have to purchase anything as long as you make a certain amount in sales.
All though I will still purchase my coffee. But would like for you to do a review on that when it goes in effect. As Im curious on what yours and others view on it will be.
The thing I love about this company is you dont have to recruit. As long as you are making the sales. You are getting paid. As far as samples go. Most sell samples now. So we dont loose money.
I personally have not. But to me spending a lil money to make big money is the difference. And I only gove samples to serious people. Not people looking for something for free.
Hold up. Either your doctor is a negligent quack or you were on placebos.
What competent doctor stops medication because their patient starts drinking coffee?
Fair enough if your medication worked or your environment changed, but unless you or your doctor has documented studies linking Elepreneurs coffee as a direct replacement for your 23 medications, or a cure for depression and anxiety, I’m calling bullshit. And rightly so.
Thanks for the heads up. I’ll mark Elepreneurs down for a review update.
I’m curious on the conversation you had with the doctor which led him to cut your medication off!
Did you tell him… Hey doc, I’m drinking this smart coffee in a sachet and I was wondering if you can cut my meds?
it hasn’t helped.
Elepreneurs came up for a review update today.
As per comments #31 and #32, I went looking for the new July 1st compensation plan.
There’s nothing on Elepreneurs website about it or on their social media channels.
Not sure if there even is a new compensation plan so I’m leaving it at that for now.
I discovered this coffee last year and one sample and i was in love! My hubby and i both use the products and love it.
I have found my home with this company after trying several others! I am actually earning money and the focus is on sharing with CUSTOMERS.
My hubby and I have lost over 70 lbs just by adding this to our daily routine and we feel better than ever!!!
Shipping was slow last YEAR but i live in Hawaii so that was an issue coming by boat to us. I contacted my upline and they got on the issue! Now its great!
They also opened a new bigger warehouse to keep up with demand and this is the first company that I have been with that doesnt have stuff on back order for months!
As far as $40 i am using the products I sell anyway and i dont understand anyone NOT using the products they represent!
I always get paid on time and bonuses etc. never an issue! There is a new comp plan that started August 1st.
One thing i love is that they dont push you to buy stuff and have on your shelves!!! You shouldnt go broke by having to do that!
The company ships the products! I dont have to stock a warehouse in my home!!!
Like an actual comp plan this time? Or is this the same as the non-existent July 1st new plan?
I have seen many people on my timeline pushing this, claiming it cured their anxiety & depression, and they’re replacing their medication for this “happy chemicals” coffee. It’s upsetting.
What is even in the “D.O.SE” product that is making people feel like this?
Nothing FDA approved to cure anxiety and depression, that’s for sure.
Thank you so much for this valuable information. I’m currently working on an exposing project regarding this company.
I have yet to receive a “current comp plan” from any of the reps that I have spoken to.
I’m not sure if you are aware, the UK is investigating this company about the ingredients in their products… I just hope people in the US will listen.
Thank you again for the amazing research you have done!
No worries, hope it works out for you!
I’m still waiting for this company to pay me commissions from March 2017. Their compensation plan is a total scam.
Oz..I find it interesting that this company has a “stock accumulation” program but when I looked up the symbol SHRV is not traded on any major exchange like NASDAQ or the DOW.
I am a retired Certified Financial Planner so, I look at things like that. Red flag for me.
The company does not currently promote in the UK… They are United States, Part of Canada, with limited products in New Zealand and Australia.
If the UK is doing an investigation its primarily because the company has made a request to promote there unlike most MLMs that just literally go in without permission.
Also the company boasts a 10:1 affiliate to customer ratio.
Dont know bout you , but sounds like a pretty darn good opportunity.