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Zrii Examined- Is Zrii a Safe Company to Join or Nightmare? by James Wehner

By James Wehner

Zrii History- The company has been in business for a few years since it’s pre-launch in October 2007. The health and wellness MLM has opened in countries such as Mexico, Israel, Puerto Rico, and the USA. The headquarters are based in Draper, Utah. the drink was invented with the centuries old Ayurveda principles at it’s core. Ayurveda translates to “the science of life”

Bill Farley is the Founder and CEO of Zrii, LLC. Farley has run some other businesses into the ground while he was at the helm, including the once very popular “Fruit of the Loom” clothing brand. Farley does not posess an extensive background in MLM but has been a part of some successful products like Christian Dior and the Chicago White Sox. Deepak Chopra was recruited by Farley to give his product more exposure. The Chopra Wellness Center is a widely regarded health and well-being organization.

In the first five months of its launch, the company exceeded $10 million in sales. By May 2009, the company’s sales figures crossed $60 million, which is highly promising. As a part of its corporate responsibility initiative, the company is committed to the wellness and growth of people living in Sindure, a small village in Nepal. The village is a prime producer of the amalaki fruit, a key ingredient in the company’s products.

Product Review- Zrii’s-Amalaki is the flagship product of the company. The product is a scientific preparation of several Ayurvedic ingredients in perfect proportion. Key ingredients of the product are Amalaki, Ginger, Turmeric, Tulsi, Schizandra, Jujube and Haritaki. This preservative-free beverage is a body rejuvenator. Another addition to the product catalogue is NutriiVeda, a weight management product that enhances the capability of the digestive system.

Compensation Plan- Zrii has different levels of partnership programs, starting at $50. At the time of joining, independent distributors receive sample products and marketing CDs/DVDs. Distributors earn a commission for selling products and also earn up to 40% on the orders placed by other distributors enrolled by them. They can also earn a bonus of up to 3% on orders placed by members in their organization infinitely deep. High performance bonuses are also available.

Final Thoughts on Zrii Marketing Network- With favorable sales figures and a fast expanding distributor network, Zrii appears to be the new sensation in the home business world. I believe it opens up a window of opportunity for individuals to become financially successful while promoting the cause of health and wellness. Now you can earn income the green way.

James Wehner is an internet marketing specialist for the network marketing industry. He teaches MLM CEO’s, top MLM money earners, Pro Athletes, and all walks of life how to effectively leverage off the potency of the internet. James has produced films, fought in the Gracie Jiu Jitsu World Championships, and is writing his first book due out in November of 2010. Click on the hyperlinked words below to learn more about working with James Wehner.

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