By James Wehner
FOUNDATION of MONAVIE
Mona Vie CEO, Founder, and BYU graduate, Dallin Larsen was previously a Senior Executive with an MLM company that sold a similar juice product prior to being closed down by the FDA for illegal business practices. As most companies grow litigation becomes the norm. They are no stranger to being sued and have survived several including trademark infringement, Oprah, and Dr. Mehmet OZ. Mona Vie was developed by Ralph E. Carson who is now Mona Vie’s Chief Science Officer
The company CEO, Founder, and BYU graduate, Dallin Larsen was previously a Senior Executive with an MLM company that sold a similar beverage product prior to being shut down by the FDA for illegal business practices. As most companies grow litigation becomes the norm. Mona Vie is no stranger to lawsuits and has survived several including trademark infringement, Oprah, and Dr. Mehmet OZ. MonaVie was developed by Ralph E. Carson who is now Mona Vie’s Chief Science Officer
On a bright note, Mona Vie has 450 employees and owns a charitable foundation called the “MORE Project.”
MonaVie is a blend of Brazilian acai berry and 18 other fruits wellness drink. The drink is not approved by the FDA but the members in Mona Vie claim many benefits of health from consumption of the beverage.
Mona Vie has several products to choose from including: MonaVie Original Blend, MonaVie Original Gel Packs, MonaVie Kosher Blend, MonaVie Active Blend, MonaVie Active Gel Packs, MonaVie Pulse Blend, MonaVie Pulse Gel Packs, MonaVie (M)mn Blend, EMV
According to Mona Vie Executive VP Henry Marsh, in 2008 earnings disclosure stated that 14% of distributors made a profit. The company’s products are sold and distributed by non-employee sales force who are eligible to receive commissions based on product sales. These commissions can lead to a residual income.
All distributors are taught to build their own networks by recruiting new distributors to sell the various products (referred to in multilevel marketing jargon as a “downline”); the recruiter is then able to receive additional commissions based on sales by their downlines. The compensation plan is built upon the binary 2 team structure which is designed to promote people working together.
BOTTOM LINE ON MONA VIE
The company has navigated through the storm of criticism, litigation, and bad press very well. I DO NOT think Mona Vie is a scam. It appears to be a good foundation and a practical opportunity to share a drink built on the benefits of the Brazilian Acai Berry. If you are truly going to be successful in the company you must find a solid internet marketing system to give you a constant exposure. This will allow you to have a fresh stream of prospect leads to share you business opportunity with.
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