SuperLife World Review: Nutritional supplements pay to play
SuperLife World operates in the nutritional supplement MLM niche.
The company is based out of Malaysia and headed up by CEO and founder Lai Tek Kean.
Possibly due to language barriers I was unable to put together an MLM history for Kean (right).
Despite being a Malaysian company, according to Alexa SuperLife World is primarily active in Nigera (59% of web traffic).
Read on for a full review of SuperLife World’s MLM opportunity.
SuperLife World’s Products
SuperLife World markets three nutritional supplements on their website:
- SuperLife Total Care 30 – “prides itself as the origin of stem cell in treatment and prevention of diseases”
- SuperLife Colon Care 15 – “enhances the health of your colon with essential ingredients such as Fibersol-2, Chlorophyll, Amla Extract, Green Apple Powder, Beet Root Powder, Aloe Vera Powder, Astaxanthin, Grape Seed Powder, Milk Thistle Extract, Psyllium Husk Powder, Probiotics and Multivitamins”
- SuperLife Immune Care – “a proprietary blend of nature’s finest ingredients, powered with AFA Concentrate and Co-Q10”
Note that SuperLife World does not provide retail pricing for any of its products.
As far as I can tell, the products are only purchasable by SuperWorld Life affiliates.
SuperLife World’s Compensation Plan
SuperLife World do not provide a copy of their compensation plan on their website.
The following analysis has been put together based off an official SuperLife World presentation sourced from an affiliate.
SuperWorld Life affiliates sign up and pay a fee.
- Starter – $61
- Star – $110
- Supreme – $440
- Super – $1100
Commissions are paid when they recruit others who do the same.
SuperWorld Life affiliates are paid to recruit new affiliates.
- Starter affiliates earn $12.50 when they recruit a new Starter affiliate, $15 for a Star, $30 for a Supreme and $40 for a Super
- Star affiliates earn $15 when they recruit a Starter affiliate, $30 for a Star, $60 for a Supreme and $80 for a Super
- Supreme affiliates earn $15 when they recruit a Starter affiliate, $30 for a Star, $140 for a Supreme and $160 for a Super
- Super affiliates earn $15 when they recruit a Starter affiliate, $30 for a Star, $140 for a Supreme and $350 for a Super
Residual Recruitment Commissions (coded)
Upline SuperWorld Life affiliates earn residual commissions when lower ranked downline affiliates recruit higher ranked affiliates.
E.g. If a Star affiliate recruits a Super affiliate, they earn their $80 commission.
The maximum recruitment commission paid on a Super affiliate is $350, so there is still $270 to be paid out.
The system searches upline for either a Supreme or Super affiliate to pay the remaining balance out to.
If a Supreme affiliate is found first, they receive $80 ($160 – $80). The system then searches further upline for a Super affiliate to pay the remaining $190 out to ($350 – $160).
If a Super affiliate is found first, they receive the full $270 outstanding balance.
Residual Recruitment Commissions (binary)
A binary compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a binary team, split into two sides (left and right):
The first level of the binary team houses two positions. The second level of the binary team is generated by splitting these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Subsequent levels of the binary team are generated as required, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.
Positions in the binary team are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of affiliates. Note there is no limit to how deep a binary team can grow.
Residual binary commissions are tied to sales volume (PV).
Sales volume is tied to placement of recruited affiliates within the binary team.
- a Starter generates 50 PV
- a Star generates 100 PV
- a Supreme generates 400 PV
- a Super generates 1000 PV
At the end of each day SuperLife World tallies up new sales volume on both sides of the binary team.
Residual binary commissions are generated for each 50 PV matched on both sides of the binary team.
- Starters earn $9 on their first match and $2 for matches two to twenty
- Stars earn $9 for their first to fourth match and then $2 up to fifty-six matches
- Supremes earn $9 for their first to eighth match and then $3 up to one hundred and ninety-eight matches
- Supers earn $9 for their first to twentieth match and then $4.50 for each subsequent match
Note that the following daily and monthly residual binary income caps also apply:
- Starters can earn up to $47 a day and $1410 a month
- Stars can earn up to $140 a day and $4200 a month
- Supremes can earn up to $642 a day and $19,260 a month
- Supers have no income cap
The Key-In Bonus is an additional recruitment bonus paid only to Super affiliates.
- recruit a Starter affiliate and receive $1.50
- recruit a Star affiliate and receive $3
- recruit a Supreme affiliate and receive $12
- recruit a Super affiliate and receive $30
Joining SuperWorld Life
SuperWorld Life affiliate membership is tied to the purchase of one of four packages:
- Starter – $61
- Star – $110
- Supreme – $440
- Super – $1100
The difference between the packages is income potential and bundled SuperLife World products.
SuperLife World is a simple pyramid scheme.
The company’s products are bundled with affiliate membership fees, and could be substituted out for anything.
The key problem with SuperLife World’s business model is nothing is marketed to or sold to retail customers.
Instead you sign up, pay a fee and then get paid on recruitment of SuperLife World affiliates.
Pay to play is also a problem, with how much an affiliate spends when they sign up dictating income potential.
One red flag I will bring up about SuperLife World’s STC30 product is the claim it can treat and prevent diseases:
The Super Life STC30 (Superlife Total Care) prides itself as the origin of stem cell in treatment and prevention of diseases.
SuperLife World fails to provide any peer-reviewed studies supporting it’s claim that STC30 can treat and prevent any disease.
This is an illegal medical claim, and SuperLife World affiliates who choose to parrot it might wind up caught by local regulators.
Reflective of SuperLife World’s pyramid business model is that it’s not particularly active in its home country Malaysia.
At the time of publication Alexa cites Nigeria (59%), India (12%) and Cote d’Ivoire (9%) as the top three sources of traffic to SuperLife World’s website.
Perusal of the “news” section of SuperLife World’s website reveals Nigeria launched on November 26th. India launched on October 21st.
That these two only recently launched companies are top sources of traffic speaks to SuperLife World’s longevity.
Once recruitment inevitably dies out, there’s nothing to keep the business going in a country.
As with all pyramid schemes, SuperLife World’s collapse will mean a loss for the majority of participants.
Stop lying to people, Superlife is a legit MLM which retails the products you mentioned. Which pyramid scheme retails products?
If SuperLife’s products are available to retail customers why isn’t retail pricing provided on its website?
Product-based pyramid schemes. Look it up.
I REALLY WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THIS COMPANY AND ITS MARKETING PLAN I REALLY DO NOT UNDERSTAND THIS ONE.
PLS I NEED FUTJER EXPANATION AND ILLUSTRATION.
If you don’t understand plain English I suggest you hire a translator.
Since when do MLMs retail products like normal stores, would be my question to you, Amanda. Isn’t “direct marketing” their thing?
Please, you need to turn off your caps lock key.
SuperLife World makes illegal medical claims. SuperLife World operates as an illegal product-based pyramid scheme. That means almost everyone who signs up will lose money while those at the top earn. If you sign up, you are far more likely to lose money than to earn any.
I hope that helps you to understand, because that is all you need to know.
Good day! Well, those of saying the company is p.scheme. I have questions?
1. By whom authority YOU to make a review about SLW and saying it is p.scheme, judging and taking the money of the people?
2. Defined the p.scheme?
3. As any one of here already used the STC30?
4. How come it is a p.scheme? there is a product helps to cure/healed the 130 illnesses including “HIV” and any level stages of “DIABETIS”even the BIG pharmas still not discovered the medicine.
Well..BIG pharma is the one responsible taking our money..the physicians sweared they will take care of their patients to “LIVE LONG” BUT..they’ve never give them Cure for illnesses.
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Lastly,I sharing this product because I discovered one person cured from HIV.
My both parents helps a lot of this product and there healed, because my mother(72 yrs old) had a Pneumonia-Covid..she was hospitalized for almost 3 weeks, by the way I attended my mother in the hospital.
On Oct.14 & 19 she had a series of labtest the results are normal..additional info that my mother was half stroke since 2005. How she survived in Pneumonia-Covid at the same time she was stroke.
My Father(68 yrs old) was a positive in a rapid test from covid-19 as asymptomatic (he was 14days home quarantine and only STC30 that he used… NO herbal, NO food supplement even NO synthetic drugs or medicine he use.
1. Here in the free world we don’t need authority to publish MLM reviews.
2. Read the review.
3. You don’t need to try an MLM companies products to identify a pyramid scheme.
4. Read the review.
Feel free to provide peer-reviewed studies proving SuperLife World’s products are a cure for HIV, diabetes and COVID-19.
Failing which you are a despicable liar and should be ashamed of yourself.
1. Strongly Agree we’re in the world and I guaranteed all of your saying is just an opinion.. (Ozedit: derail removed)
2. Have you studied the Plantbase Stem Cell Therapy? How started? where came from? (Ozedit: whacky conspiracy theories removed)
Your guarantee is worthless. Facts are facts and based on its business model, SuperLife World is a pay to play pyramid scheme.
Another fact is that there is no verifiable evidence that SuperLife World’s products can be used to treat or cure any disease.
Readers should note nothing I’ve removed addresses this. Superlife CaViteam has been unable to address these facts.
Thank you for confirming you have no evidence SuperLife World’s products can cure any disease.
Don’t hide behind “big pharma” bullshit in an attempt to justify your illegal and completely unsubstantiated medical claims. You’re pushing conspiracy theories and medical treatment lies to promote a pyramid scheme.
Anyone who shills MLM products as a cure during a global pandemic is a garbage human being.
Hi thanks for the information and recently there are some friends of mine that are recruiting people to this Superlife scheme or not.
It is said that you can earn money by recruiting new members, may i know is it illegal in Malaysia?
Since i would like to convince my friend on this issue, may i have more info on this topic? thank you!
Pyramid schemes are illegal in Malaysia and everywhere else in the world.
superlife ceo n partners are from phytoscience.. ceo is brother to phytosience owner.. some missunderstanding he came out and open new company..n phyto company are dropping in bad shape..
superlife taking the product from swiss company who produce the stemcell.. before this phyto have take the product from them and do the marketing.. phyto n superlife are same marketing plan but different price.. tat all…
who cant make it money in phyto well.. thy came here and make well.. only the money making in superlife are all from phyto members..
thy all given strong leg in their network before start networking.. and fees thy joining some of thm are free in big package..
will be continued..hahahah..tat all..u can search more if wanted urself..
^^ I struggled to follow most of that. And what I did understand had no relevance?
The thing is, most recruited members DONT SELL ANYTHING (their product). They just recruit MORE and MORE members! (most are still very young.)
How can this business model be sustainable? If the affiliates are earning money, the company is LOSING Money!
For any business to be sustainable, even one running on the MLM model, products have to be the main focus, and not recruitment!
Even though it is a legit and registered company.
Hi! Thanks for telling this, this have been confusing me for a day to think whether it is legal or not.
What can we do to stop this from operating? Many young teens doesn’t know this is an illegal thing and joined as a member.
This is a very serious problem, they are just 13/14 yrs old. Can you report them with what you have wrote in this article? Thank you so much!
Surely an MLM company recruiting 13 and 14 year olds into a business opportunity is illegal in and of itself where you are?
superlife is 4th year now.
register new member with superpoint buy from upline. but company send a product to new member.
in this case how company will survive? company not receive money from new member but company produce product for member.
i think something wrong will happen to superlife company. company will lost lot money and will closed soon.
pls explain tq
The company doesn’t send product, the upline does.
In product-based pyramid schemes garage inventory is passed from affiliate to affiliate. It never reaches retail customers.
I read your review and I just laugh. Your review is based on ignorance.
It’s good you have a better understanding of a company before making a review. It’s a pity.
This review is based on facts. It’s ignorant to ignore facts, more so when you’re trying to cover for a pay to play pyramid scheme.
Shame, baby lost his donation money on a obvious “miracle” product MLM and now tries to throw shine.
Sorry for your loss there.
true wat mr.siva told all younger are coming in this business, because the leader show them most expensive car and money thy making to trigger the youngster.
product they not focus on it, just the marketing plan thy focus, nowadays the leader. most of youngster join in small package and make sure end of the day the leader push thm to upgrade in big package.
simple if all member stop doin maintenances every month, the leader cannot make any income as thy say as passive income…wakakakaka.
Another stupid company to trap people.come on as long we are stupid more pyramid scheme will be alive.
their product doesn’t mention the price and how olso operate in poor country. what is their mastermind plan actually.
Same as any other pyramid scheme: give us your money.
Just want to understand if Superlife is same as Amway.
I just came across 3 people on social media (Facebook/ LinkedIn) describe that they earn six figures. So I did a little digging, they really spent a lot like expensive watches, cars, meals, etc. Not sure true or not…
Amway has the possibility of retail sales.
There are no retail sales in SuperLife World.
Yeah dang, just got pulled into a “meeting” like an hour ago and realised it’s a pyramid scheme based fraud.
Btw did you guys report this? If you did, may I know where to do so?
A reader sent in this 2018 research paper on plant based stem cells in cosmetics.
It’s not definitely conclusive but instead pushes for more research in the field.
Again, unless SuperLife promoters can point to studies specifically pertaining to the company’s products, take any medical claims with a grain of salt.
A reminder that unsubstantiated medical claims (anecdotal stories = unsubstantiated) are illegal.
Thank you for this. I have noticed that a lot of my friends in Malaysia fell prey to this scam.
Interesting review of Superlife World and equally interesting comments. All of these in my opinion is opinion based. You are all wrong.
I signed up to Superlife World and received products equivalent in worth to my sign up fee. I sold out the products (food supplements). Food supplements are sold all over the world by big pharma that perform the same functions as SPL products I.e. building, repairing and rejuvenating human cells and thereby strengthening the body’s immune system which ultimately restores health.
I have recouped my investment 10x over and still counting. As long as the team in my genealogy continues to purchase and distribute the product, I benefit from commissions.
The only time you describe this as a pyramid scheme is when the company stops production and the product is out of the market.
I get it. There are people who jump to conclusions out of personal bad experience resulting from a general lack of understanding.
Understand the system first amd then write your reviews. There are pros and cons to every enterprise, product or service and your review must reflect that. Writing all negatives is myopic on your part.
You were recruited into a product-based pyramid scheme.
Feel free to provide peer-reviewed medical studies showing SuperLife World products “strengthen the body’s immune system” and “restore health”.
You should have just opened with that. No matter how many people you recruit into a SuperLife and steal from, it’s still a pyramid scheme.
False. I suggest you look up a product-based pyramid scheme.
No, you don’t. Best of luck with the scamming.