If you’re reading this review, chances are you’re thinking about joining RBC Life and you’re doing some research before signing up. If you’re that serious about joining RBC Life, I want to encourage you to take some time to go over the information in this review first so you’ll be more equipped to make an educated decision. In this simple third party RBC Life review, I’ll cover who the company is, their products, their compensation plan and whether or not it is a solid business opportunity.
Who Is RBC Life?
First of all, let’s cover who the company actually is. RBC Life is a company that sells health and wellness products through a network marketing business model. It was started in 1991 by Clinton Howard who was a well known figure in the health and wellness industry. The company is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and operates in over 30 different countries. RBC Life has been featured in several news releases and actually grew last year (2010) over the previous year (2009), which is a very good sign if you’re looking to join. In addition to Howard, RBC Life has some very experienced people on the corporate team and looks to have solid infrastructure for future growth.
What Does RBC Life Market?
As far as their products go, RBC Life markets over 75 different science-based products, most of which incorporate the beneficial components of the Aloe Vera plant. The Aloe Vera plant has been used for centuries for it’s medicinal properties. Before starting RBC Life, Howard and his team of scientists invested over 4 years and $20 million of research into the Aloe Vera plant.
While the company has over 75 products in their product catalog, there are four products that stand out from the rest and are highlighted on the company website. The first one is called NeuroBright, a patent-pending antioxidant supplement. The second one is called Mycrohydrin Plus, which is another powerful antioxidant product. The third one is called I.Q. DHA, which is an omega-3 product that supports brain, eye and heart health. And the fourth one is called Immune 360, a product that fortifies the immune system. It certainly seems that there is a lot of science behind the products, which is good to know if you’re thinking about becoming a distributor.
The RBC Life Business Opportunity
As far as their compensation plan goes, RBC Life operates on a binary model, which means you have to build two teams (a right team and a left team). You’ll be able to earn 5% of the total volume of your small team (the one with less volume) every month. You’ll also be able to earn 5% of the matching volume of your big team. In addition to the binary income you can earn, you can also make immediate income retailing products and sponsoring people, which would enable you to earn a Direct Bonus of $75 for every person you sponsor. There are also some pools you can participate in based on your rank and production, which will enable you to profit from the company’s total production. Overall, the compensation plan looks fair and can be quite lucrative for the right person.
Is RBC Life A Solid Opportunity?
In summary, RBC Life is definitely a solid business opportunity. The fact that they have been around for 20 years tells you that they are solid and stable. Coupled with the fact that they market quality products and have a fair compensation plan, and it’s pretty clear that they are a good company to get involved with. However, having all that in place isn’t enough to guarantee success. While it’s obvious that having a solid company is vital to your business, ultimately, your success will heavily depends on your ability to sponsor new people into your team, market products and get customers and build a productive team. One of the key components to accomplishing those things is the ability to market and generate leads. My recommendation is that you use a proven Attraction Marketing system that allows you to brand yourself, generate leads, make money even when people don’t join your business and sponsor people on the back-end. If you can incorporate online attraction marketing and branding with a solid offline system, there’s no telling how successful you can be with RBC Life.
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