Behind the Herbalife Review
Wellness giant Herbalife enjoys tremendous popularity, 28 years after the company opened for business. It continues to be regarded as one the world’s top network marketing companies. Today, Herbalife is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: HLF), has over 1.9 million independent distributors in 69 different countries– and is a household name, when it comes to nutritional supplements for weight loss and healthy weight management. The company headquarters are located in Los Angeles, California.
Herbalife is a network marketing company, with a line up of protein shakes, protein snacks, nutritional supplements and personal care products. In 2007, the company had retail sales in excess of $3.5 billion.
Herbalife Review :The Herbalife business opportunity
Become an Herbalife Independent Distributor for less than $100.
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Herbalife Review: Pros and Cons
Something to consider is the compensation plan, which is a stair-step breakaway. In my opinion, this is the least attractive part of the Herbalife business opportunity. If you become a super distributor, just know that at some point in time, you will be forced to break away from your organization. Put simply, this is not a ‘walk away’ residual income MLM opportunity. If you were to reach this breakaway point in the future, you will have to resume recruiting, in order to keep your income flowing. Just know what you are getting into, especially if you plan to create a full-time personal income with Herbalife. According to the company’s web site, the average active Herbalife distributor is a part-timer — at $5,200 per year in earnings.
Some thoughts on the stair-step breakway comp plan
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