Genesis Pure Review – Is Genesis Pure A Scam And Should You Join?

By:Jaime Soriano November 5, 2010

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Genesis Pure

If you’re reading this review, chances are you’re looking for information on Genesis Pure or perhaps you’re thinking about becoming a distributor and wondering if the company is credible or a scam. In either case, I want to encourage you to read this entire review so you’re in a position to make an educated decision about the company and the business opportunity. In this simple third party review, I’ll go into the actual company, the products they market, the compensation plan and how you can position yourself ahead of your competition, should you decide to join.

The Background Of Genesis Pure

Genesis Pure is a multilevel marketing, or network marketing, company that sells various nutritional products. While the company’s main headquarters is in Draper, Utah, they also have an office is Seoul, Korea. The company was founded by Dr. Lindsay Duncan and Dae Geun Jung. Both Duncan and Jung have extensive and decorated backgrounds. Duncan has been in the wellness arena for decades, and has started and taken nutritional companies public. Jung has over 15 years of experience in network marketing and sales. Together, along with another network marketing veteran Daren Hogge (who is the President of Genesis Pure), they have established a strong foundation to take Genesis Pure into the future. Lastly, the company’s Medical Advisory Board includes two very documented and established doctors, Dr. Gerald Bresnahan and Dejia Zhang. Overall, the company looks to have a good amount of stability, which is good to know if you’re thinking about becoming a distributor.

Genesis Pure Products

As far as their products go, Genesis Pure markets a whole host of nutritional and wellness products. Their most popular product is a liquid nutritional called GoYin, which is made with chinese herbs and a blend of different superfruits, and is reported to improve energy levels, improve overall mood and is loaded with antioxidants. But GoYin is actually only one part of a 4-part product line called Core Four. The other 3 parts of the product line are Liquid Cleanse (an internal cleansing product), Nutrition (a liquid supplement that contains over 200 nutrients in a one ounce serving) and Cell Water (a product that delivers oxygen and nutrients directly to your cells). Besides their Core Four line, Genesis Pure also markets a line of health beverages called Super Fruits. They also market an energy product called Energy. On top of that, they also sell a line of products designed for athletes called Genesis Pure Sports (GPS), a line of weight loss products called HealthTrim and a skin care system called Youth Renew. There’s plenty of third party documentation and clinical reports that go into the science behind their products on the website.

The Genesis Pure Compensation Plan

As far as their compensation plan goes, Genesis Pure operates on a binary model, but allows you to get paid on your unilevel team as well. There are 6 ways to get paid including retail commissions, First Order Bonus, Revenue Pools, Team Commission (from your binary), Check Matches and Leadership Pools. In addition, there’s also a luxury car program incentive for top producers. All in all, the compensation plan can be quite lucrative if you know what you’re doing and you know how to maximize it. Of course, if you are real serious about joining, you should look into the compensation plan in detail so you know the different positions and what you need to do to break positions and get to the higher ranks.

Is Genesis Pure A Scam Or Not?

After taking a close look at the company, it’s easy to see that Genesis Pure is most definitely not a scam. They have a solid corporate team, high quality products and a lucrative business opportunity. With that said, having all those things is not enough to win with. At the end of the day, your success will depend on your ability to sponsor people, sell products and build a productive team. While you can obviously build a business offline, leveraging the internet to generate leads for your Genesis Pure business is just a smart business move. My advice is to use an effective Attraction Marketing system so you can brand yourself and generate leads at the same time. If you can combine effective, time-tested offline techniques with the ability to generate quality leads online, you can be well on your way to building a very successful and lucrative business.

Jaime Soriano wrote this Genesis Pure Review for people looking into the company. Sadly, most distributors will not see the success they desire because they lack the marketing skills to generate sufficient leads for their business. To learn how you can generate more leads than you can get to, visit Jaime’s MLM Training

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