Liquid Gold RX provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.

Liquid Gold RX’s website domain (“liquidgoldrx.com”) was privately registered on September 10th, 2018.

Liquid Gold RX’s website references “Wellness Research Group International”, however I wasn’t able to find any additional information on this company.

As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.

LiquidGold RX’s Products

LiquidGold RX markets LGRX, a flagship personal spray product.

According to LiquidGold RX, LGRX is

new science protection using premium food extracts with zero contaminants.

LGRX works by delivering non-contaminated plant extract combinations from the Mediterranean mountain ranges.

These extract combinations allow the body to have a break from the constant bombardment from contaminated food sources, allowing the body to help neutralize the poisons consumed in the contaminated food, water and air we intake!

LGRX is sold for $65 plus shipping for what appears to be a thirty-day supply.

LiquidGold RX’s Compensation Plan

LiquidGold RX affiliates earn commissions on the sale of LGRX to retail customers, as well as on the recruitment of new affiliates.

The specifics of Liquid RX’s “rewards program” however aren’t clarified.

Our 2 & 2 program is to simply refer 2 activists (members) and 2 participants (customers) within your first 15 days of placing your first product pack order and you will earn up to $600.

Quite obviously two customers purchasing a $65 product and two recruited affiliates doing the same, doesn’t add up to $600 in commissions.

I did try to get to the bottom of this but came up blank.

Joining LiquidGold RX

LiquidGold RX fails to disclose affiliate membership costs on its website.

Marketing on LiquidGold RX’s website suggests that affiliates must purchase at least one $65 bottle of LGRX.

Conclusion

Overall LiquidGold RX comes across as an pretty half-assed income opportunity.

The company claims its LGRX product is

a way for your body to help neutralize the poisons from our contaminated food, water and air supply on a daily basis.

That’s a pretty impressive claim, yet there’s no medical studies or any other type of evidence provided to back it up.

LiquidGold RX’s website does have a “real evidence” section, however all that’s presented there is a rant against GMO.

On the “product science” section of LiquidGold RX’s website, things are even more disjointed.

First visitors are told this:

The science behind LGRX begins with a story from the mountains of Italy where scientists in the 1980s discovered a community with 300 people over the age of 100.

The scientists discovered that the most important nutrients for one’s body were the missing ones from people’s diet.

This is the secret of high longevity of this Italian farmers’ community and the nutritional value of the unique extract combinations that are present in LGRX.

And then literally a few paragraphs later;

LGRX is a secret formula developed from partial extract combinations researched and developed since World War I.

This secret formula has been described as Chinese medicine in high tech clothing.

Chinese medicine, World War 1, a community in the mountains of Italy… I’m tempted to say LiquidGold RX is just making this up.

Again they don’t provide any supporting evidence though, so who knows.

Naturally all of this puts a big question mark over a $65 bottle of… well we don’t know.

Would I drop $65 on a magic spray that supposedly rids anything I put into my mouth of poisons?

Probably not.

As far as the business opportunity side of the business goes, there’s quite a large mathematical deficit.

Assuming LiquidGold RX affiliates are paying as much as their customers, how does four $65 purchases translate into a $600 commission?

Our 2 & 2 program is to simply refer 2 activists (members) and 2 participants (customers) within your first 15 days of placing your first product pack order and you will earn up to $600.

And can I keep earning after fifteen days? What gives?

Also why does LiquidGold RX refer to its retail customers as “research participants”.

What are they researching? Is the research accredited? By signing up and buying LGRX am I participating in some off the books research study?

So many questions and LiquidGold RX provides no answers to any of them.

Pending at least a token effort on LiquidGold RX’s behalf to disclose crucial information about the company and its LGRX product, probably best to avoid.