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Asea: A Scam Business?

By Roger Silen

ASEA is a new MLM/Network Marketing company that has created a significant amount of online discussion. A very misunderstood product has many people shouting ASEA Scam! In this article we ask the question: Is ASEA really a scam…? One of the problems and great challenges with the Internet is anyone can write and publish anything they want whether or not it has any basis in truth. When evaluating the ASEA opportunity it is critical to dig deep and look at all the information especially the unbiased reviews.

There are three primary reasons why people may call a network marketing company a scam or an outright fraud. Most all of them stem from a lack of proper information and are a result of quick conclusions before all the facts are reviewed.

Launched in 2009 Asea is a relatively new MLM company with a unique product. This could be one of the reasons why the company has been called a scam. Backed by a very capable management team Asea seems to have the best interests of distributors and customers.

The first and probably the most common reason for making the claim ‘ASEA Scam’ stems from a complete and utter misunderstanding of how the MLM industry works as a whole. It’s hard to imagine that despite all the validation and 60+ year history of our industry that people still make uneducated conclusions about the structure of a solid, profitable and economically beneficial company. Most of these claims and complaints come from people that are not completely clear on how the compensation model works. As far as ASEA goes they operate with a traditional Binary plan that pays out a percentage of their sales revenue. There is nothing scummy about the compensation model.

The second reason many people are quick to call ASEA a scam is a misunderstanding of the product. By looking at the label one could conclude that ASEA is simply trying to push Salt Water for $1 an ounce. This, of course, would be outrageous and if their product doesn’t deliver in a seriously unchallenged fashion they may have a hard time overcoming this stigma. If you read the ingredients on the product you will only see Water and Sodium Chloride but what you wont see is the science behind the included “reactive molecules” that apparently have been shown to have significant effects on the human body. It appears that there is real science behind this ‘reactive molecule’ stabilization technology but you are always wise to conduct your own product research.

Many companies choose the network marketing business model because their products have a unique story that needs to be told so a consumer understands the potential benefit. Through my research i have found pending patents that support the claim of the products value. Because of this, at-least from a product perspective, I conclude that ASEA is not a scam.

Distributors who have been unsuccessful at the Asea opportunity or at other MLM companies with similar products are the people who raise false alarms. The have been unsuccessful at their ventures and usually it is because of lack of having a good system in place. Sometimes it is due to bad work ethics of the distributor himself, sometimes it is because the up-line has no idea on how to build a team and help the team grow. It must be understood that a little work, innovation and time is required to see results.

Don’t worry, you wont have the same results if you believe in yourself and put in some effort to learn new skills. You are responsible e for your success and you can make it happen by being consistent and learning Internet marketing skills. These skills will help you brand yourself.

This way you can generate an unlimited amount of fresh and qualified leads eager to hear about your ASEA business. The best way to do this is to us a Professional Attraction Marketing System designed, proven and set up to lead you by the hand to become the master marketer you need to become.

As far as ASEA scam or not? Definitely NOT!! A final tip: Don’t let your future lie in someone else’s hands. It’s up to you to take charge, learn these skills and become the hunted instead of the hunter. It’s a beautiful thing when you have people chasing you down begging to work with you. Your life and ASEA business will never be the same.

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Silen, Roger "Asea: A Scam Business?." Asea: A Scam Business?. 1 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 24 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/asea-a-scam-business/>.

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Silen, R (2010, July 1). Asea: A Scam Business?. Retrieved July 24, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/business/asea-a-scam-business/

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