Modere Review (Mlm Or Pyramid Scheme Scam?)

Many of us have already tried different products, just for the sake of knowing what’s best and what’s not, what’s healthy and what’s dangerous, not just for ourselves but also for the people in our household. The natural products industry has significantly exceeded growth projections over the past few years. It is good to know if you already have the brand of product that you will trust for the rest of your lives.

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Modere is a company that sells personal care and common household products, but is popularly known for their Collagen Science. It was founded in 1987 (named first as Images and Attitudes, and then renamed as Neways International in 1992, and relaunched in 2015 as Modere). Their catchphrase is, to leave the world a better place than it was when we arrived. They stay true to this value, since their manufacturing facility operates completely by using wind power.

Well it is true that there are already a number of companies that deal with health and wellness products like Amare and Max International. But how does Modere compare to these thousands of companies that are inline with the health and wellness niche? Let’s take a closer look at how Amare stands in the society right now.

CEO Asma Ishaq believes that speaking directly to the consumer is the best and truest way to tell your story and communicate benefits for novel concepts. And by this, you are building a more authentic relationship with your customers. She claims that because of this practice, it made them ahead on the marketing aspect of things compared to other health and wellness companies out there. Isn’t that what they all do?

To become one of Modere’s Social Marketers (that’s how they call their agents), there’s an annual fee of $39.99 which includes business tools and software systems that will support you with your business. This fee is automatically added to your cart together with your first product purchase with them. Then you need to select your Smart Ship order of 75 points or more in order to qualify for commissions.

Modere has their own built-in referral system. Referrals are an essential part of building residual income with ease versus constant hustle with any company. In this way, they can help both customers and social marketers. Referrals shared by each and everyone will earn you commissions. And because of your referral, they will be able to get their preferred items at a discounted price, if not for free if they have already accumulated sufficient points.

The compensation plan of Modere is quite long and complex. But the biggest reason of it is because there is a never ending possibility of you earning money with them. In fact, they already claimed that they have a ratio of 10:1 of consumers to marketers who buy their products. So most of its income comes from the consumers itself. You don’t need to jeopardize your relationship with your family and friends just to force them to join such companies. There are a lot of bonuses that the company has to offer, especially to those hard working marketers out there.

Modere has received 3 lawsuits in 3 consecutive years. First was in 2016, where they’re accused by Nerium International for stealing their sales force and customers. 2017, where they’ve been sued by AdvoCare for interference with contract, trade secret misappropriation and civil conspiracy. And lastly in 2018, where Jessie Lee (an entrepreneur, podcaster) filed a lawsuit against them for defamation, emotional distress, interference with public relations and conspiracy. That’s one hell of a ride during your first 3 years as Modere, ain’t it?

Modere is not a scam. It is an MLM all throughout but it will be hard for newcomers to join, especially those who do not have enough experience or knowledge in sales because it is nowhere to be found if they’re giving out training to their recruits. It will also be hard to sell their products and get people onboard because of the same reason. Almost 99% participants of all multi level marketing companies lose money, according to the Federal Trade Commission.

Maybe a selected few can make it and earn big money with Modere, since it is still at an early stage. And most of Modere’s income came from their customers that love their product, and not from the marketers that buy and sell it, so they say. But without proper training, it is without a doubt that you will be part of those 99% of MLM participants that will lose money.

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