Vemma Scam? Why I Quit Vemma. DON’T JOIN!

Can you really make money with this Vemma or Verve thing…or is this a Vemma Scam?

Are you looking to find the honest truth behind the Vemma Scam and wondering if the Vemma money making opportunity is real?

Keep reading to find out the truth behind the Vemma Scam and why I quit as a Vemma brand partner.

Vemma Scam – Is Vemma A Scam?

Everybody hates to be scammed and hearing a Vemma Scam is enough to drive someone mad and bang their head against the wall. Are you saying to yoursef, not another Internet scam or another one of those MLM pyramid scheme things.

Whenever we find about something new for the first time, it is but normal to be skeptical about it and think its a scam or not real. When you hear about people making mad money or earning a free BMW or Mercedes Benz from the company. This is why some people call Vemma a Vemma scam.

The reason for that is some people try becoming a brand partner for Vemma and end up not reaching the success they had hoped for after a few weeks or months and quit the business opportunity because they didn’t find immediate success. Therefore it starts to get called a scam.

Vemma is not a scam… It is simply a vehicle to help you and others to get healthy, lose weight, and make some extra money or even become financially debt free in the future.

Vemma Scam – Is There Any Credibility?

Another reason why the Vemma Scam is not true is because of the amazing credibility, sponsorships, and endorsements the company has. Vemma is partnered with Dr. Oz from The Dr. Oz Show, and his company called HealthCorps. Vemma and its product line of energy drink supplements called Verve, is sponsored and advertised as the official energy drink of the Phoenix Suns, the Phoenix Coyotes, and Michael Jordan’s team, the Charlotte Bobcats.

The Verve Energy Drink is also the official sponsor of professional NASCAR driver Mike Wallace. Lastly, the most recent recognition of credibility comes from the worlds most popular TV Weight Loss Transformation Specialist, Chris Powell, from ABC’s hit TV Show, Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition. Together they have endorsed the Vemma Chris Powell 12 Week Bode Challenge.

Vemma Scam – Why I Quit Vemma

So why did I quit Vemma? Watch and listen to the video below carefully as I explain to you exactly why I decided to quit as a Vemma brand partner. There is information that the Vemma leaders and people at the event you attended or were invited too did not tell you about the company….

WARNING!!!!  

DON’T FALL FOR THE HYPE like I did! Watch the video below….

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Vemma Scam – #1 Problem That Faces Vemma Brand Partners

When I first got started I struggled like the 97% that don’t see success with their business. Even though I loved Vemma’s products and the company, I went through many struggles and defeats during that time period. And let’s face it, I ultimately joined because wanted to make a supplemental income.

The bad news is that statistics indicate that 97% of people ( YOU and I ) will make no money in network marketing or that we will just make enough to pay for our auto delivery shipment each month. Thats VERY LOW statistic and I fell into that category myself and it sucked.

The #1 problem why you will struggle and why I struggled is because I did not have a lead generation system in place and didn’t have efficient marketing strategies in place. Without a true marketing strategy and the inability to generate 10-20+ leads every day for your business, will ultimately lead to struggle and failure.

Vemma Scam – Are You Ready To Live Your Dream Lifestyle?

If you are sick and tired of living paycheck to paycheck. If you want to RETIRE young (in your 20′s) and honestly want to live the dream lifestyle that you both want and deserve?

Than you have nothing to lose when you join our team. You will be teaming up with the BEST trainers and mentor’s in the network marketing industry today, PERIOD. All of which who are making 6 Figures A Year!!!

Our team members receive incredible network marketing training to build their business both online and offline so you can start growing your business on the fast track. (Over $2,000 in value) To help you build your business, generate endless leads, earn money fast, earn your BMW, and start taking some DREAM vacations!

Please leave your questions or comments below on this Vemma Scam article. Don’t let fear or doubt stop you from a choice that will dramatically effect your life forever. This is a REAL Opportunity, Real Lifestyle & a NO BRAINER Decision to change your future! I look forward to connecting with you and helping you create an abundant lifestyle for you and your family!

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leandro51torres
leandro51torres

i have issue at school where a student i  know has been harassed me to join the business because i going away to college he see an chance to used me but he used his network to annoy me do you have any ideas what to do 

typexzeroshift
typexzeroshift

HELP! I'm currently being enticed in this whole thing. From what I've read/heard, Vemma is a legitimate company and I think that's how some (usually their supporters) say it's not a scam. This guy (well 3 of them actually) started talking to me about it and it only took 2 min. for my thought process to output, Pyramid Scheme, in my head; well MLM to be precise. They showed me some photos on their Facebook pages and even some videos; like this 1 guy got a BMW in just 2 weeks. I'm like, "Is this for real? Do they really pay you by just spreading it around and when you hit a certain quota, they award you with a car?" I'm still skeptical about the whole thing. They told me the reason why you don't see Vemma products on retail but I still question why they only target young people to join their team. One of the people in their team (one I personally don't know) even showed me his paycheck that says: $678 on it with a Vemma label on it that's worth less than 2 weeks. "Wtf...", was my response. Of course, I didn't show any form of excitement, I just kept a rather unfazed composure. Can you talk to me about this? Please? Thank you...

ChrisBurnett
ChrisBurnett

Honestly, it's all about your team. I have been in vemma as a brand partner for 2 weeks now and I have seen success. All you need to do is get a good team who is willing to support you and have good credibility behind you. My team hosts home meetings every night, just so were all training and were inviting people to join our team as well. I'm not gonna get mad if people call me a scammer or whatever because it's performance based. If you gave them $500 and you didn't do shit of course your gonna fail. As a technician at an airport, I understand the importance of synergy and teamwork. There is no vemma without a team. If you are just starting vemma or have any questions please feel free to contact me. I will to the best to answer questions.

koreyniese
koreyniese

Hey Nathan, I stumbled across your blog and just wanted to say you have a hell of a blog here brother!  Very well put together.  Nice job man, keep up the great work brotha.

TimoRoe
TimoRoe

Get your numbers straight!! How could you only make 100 or 200 dollars with a network of 60 people?! Momentum is 200, plus cycles (at least 5 if you didn't balance your team COMPLETELY wrong), which is already more than 300 dollars. Plus the people you enrolled personally (not even including the frenzy bonus, because I admit it takes skill and perfect timing to achieve this one) , you will end up with 400 or more. And you said one needs a little over a hundred people to make 600 dollars?? That's just false man, sorry! you should be close to Diamond at that point, which means you make at least 400 Dollars through cycles and 400 with Momentum/car Bonus. PLUS the people you sign yourself, PLUS rank advancement boni, which at that point add up to 750 dollars (one time payment though)... I agree with you on most of the points you tried to make, for example that the average person will not get successfull. As you said though, that's due to the fact that the "average person" is not willing to take the action it takes to become successfull. It took me less than 2 months to be a diamond leader, and I am very much average!! I would never call myself successfull, that would be ridiculous, but I got a pretty good feeling of how much it takes to be successfull in this business... and in my opinion it's A FREAKING JOKE. if you took the energy most people spend on their job and put it in Vemma or network marketing in general.... chances are A LOT of people would make twice the money they are making in their jobs...

mgordon
mgordon

I am interested learning a lot about this. I am very skeptical, however I am also open minded as well, but I also wanna be financially secure and not lose money while doing this. I just went to an information session with some top people who make 6 figures but it still wasn't convincing enough. The team sounds like top-notch hard workers who do make money and I want to know that I will be able to do that and not fail.

checkthedox
checkthedox

None of these claims are substantiated. They have NONE of these endorsements. Vemma fits the 3 qualifications needed to be considered a pyramid scheme. Where is all this income coming from? I'll tell you - from the ridiculously overpriced cases of this crap drink they make all these "Brand partners" buy. NOT actual sales. Where is the customer base? Or is all the income generated by these "brand partners"? I think we know the answer. I had someone I know approach me with this and it was the most ridiculous thing ever. I actually felt bad for him that he wasted money. He barely knew me, we had talked like twice in high school, but he was so desperate to make his money back on those drinks that he contacted me of all people. Pure desperation. First warning sign. He was adamant on selling me on these drinks. I had to hold back a laugh when he told me that a case of this shit is 160 bucks. If this was a legit company, why wouldn't they just put their product in stores? Because they'd rather prey on college and high school students who are less likely to call this out as a pyramid scheme, and they're making more money off selling these cases at ridiculously inflated prices. YOU SHOULD NEVER HAVE TO PAY ANY JOB ANY MONEY. THAT IS A HUGE WARNING SIGN. Jobs are about MAKING money not giving it away. I know this sounds tempting for many but stay away from this company.

pokesmot77
pokesmot77

This seriously makes me giggle. You'll see.. watch. then you're going to wish you never the company and wish you weren't so closed-minded

pokesmot77
pokesmot77

I think its funny how you talk about Vemma yet, you then turn over to your company.. 1) The only way you see profit in Vemma is by how hard YOU work. YOU work hard, you get sign ups you'll see it in your pay check. But I like how you said "the average person wont make it in this company" you are 100% right! AVERAGE .. stop being average then. if you know people that are doing good and making great money , then why would you stop? Because you didn't work hard enough. That's it. Your work ethic will show up in your pay check. 

Might want to check this out tho .. Mr. Average

http://youtu.be/ecmq3X9rKWo

Soccer11
Soccer11

What is this company you kept saying this new company but you never said what is was.

imxdeliveredx
imxdeliveredx

I am also interested in hearing more about this. I have a friend who joined and I have personally seen him make a lot of money and he has only been in this for 3 weeks. He is trying to convince me to join his team but it sounds too good to be true. He claims that being under his team I wouldn't have to do much and still get paid. You can email me at sanmiamdan@aol.com. Thank you. 

Matthew Markham
Matthew Markham

Please let me know some more about the company with 12 team members to which you were referring at matthew_markham@brown.edu

Nathan Argenta
Nathan Argenta moderator

@koreyniese  Hey Korey, thanks for the comment. I saw your following me on Twitter. I am following back and checked out your blog as well. Love how we have the same thought's/mindset on attraction marketing for network marketers!

Nathan Argenta
Nathan Argenta moderator

@TimoRoe  12 people in my new business is $600/month residual income. 112 people is $2,500/month residual income, PLUS $250/month vacation bonus. Like it or not this is working for me and MORE people are having success, for some, the first time ever in this industry. It's not about the money I make, but knowing I am helping my team to rank advance faster and make money makes it more rewarding to me.

carp_5
carp_5

First off, what I meant was that these people back the product, and know that it works, which is why they support it, I should have chose my words more carefully. Its not an official "endorsement", but by their actions, they support the product. Secondly, pyramid schemes are illegal, Vemma would be shut down if that were the case. Thirdly, its MLM, which is one of the highest paid professions in the world, topping most that require a degree. Fourthly, its not ridiculously over priced. And its just under 160 for two cases by the way, not one. Its more expensive than red bull and monster yes. But for the vitamins and minerals that are in ity it is actually very under priced. Monsters and red bulls are bad for you, which is basically charging you 2 dollars a can (roughly) for a bunch of harmful stuff. I could fill I can with harmful stuff very easily and for a very low cost any day. But to fill a can with healthy stuff costs a lot more, consequently driving the price up some. Its basic economics. They don't put it in stores because it is a lot more effective to advertise by word of mouth. If someone comes to you physically and offers you a free drink, you are a lot more likely to try it than paying for it in a store when you know nothing about it. This way the person can educate you on theproduct and tell you what iit'd about. Also, in MLM, there are up front fees. That's just how it is. I want to know one successful business in the world that started out by not paying any up front money. Its not a job, jobs don't require up front money. Jobs are for average people. Businesses however, aren't average. They are for an elite people, and require up front money, or else everyone would have their own business. If you not willing to invest some money to make money, that's fine. But font put down on the elite group of people who are. I can't stand when ignorant people think they are an expert on something that they know absolutely nothing about. Good luck with you normal "job" but I have to go make money with my business now.

Getreal33
Getreal33

People a pyramid scheme has no product!!! It just shuffles money... Look it up!!! This is not a pyramid scheme educate yourselves Herbalife has been around for 20 something years same concept! Red bull chooses to market through celebrities commercials Verve uses people! I do not sell it.... But get tired of ignorant statements! A pyramid scheme is an unsustainable business model that involves promising participants payment or services, primarily for enrolling other people into the scheme, rather than supplying any real investment or sale of products or services to the public.[1][2]

Nathan Argenta
Nathan Argenta moderator

@imxdeliveredx connect with me on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/nathan.argenta Also let's schedule a time this week to connect so I can get to know more about you, your goals, and your ambitions/aspirations. Vemma is a great company, but the truth is that the success rate with the business is VERY low (less than 97%). And as for you not having to do much and still get paid is NOT TRUE...Don't fall for it. I look forward to connecting with you and talking real soon!

TamarahCharter
TamarahCharter

@carp_5 Lol I had to laugh when you said 'It's actually underpriced when you consider the vitamins and minerals in it'. You do realize that the cost of essential vitamins and minerals is virtually nothing, the supplements industry make billions because people don't realize the massive markup they are being charged. There is nothing to justify these drinks being more expensive than any other drinks, don't fall for the hype. And before you lecture me on economics I have an economics degree.

 Also, don't fall for the cult mentality of being told you are part of an 'elite group of people' just because you were willing to spend your money on a business idea that involves pushing someone else's product. Here's a piece of advice: Good products don't need to be pushed on people through direct marketing, they sell themselves. Personally I refuse to buy any product that is sold through direct marketing as I always take it as a sure sign that there's a better alternative available.

If you really did have what it takes to make this scam work (the ability to generate 100's of your own leads a month and close a decent percentage of them) you would be smart enough to just come up with your own product and scheme. Do you ever notice how many different MLM scheme there are? It's because the more intelligent people realize it's a rort that only makes the creator rich and then they start their own schemes. And don't try pull the 'It'd get shut down if it worked this way' crap, you obviously have no experience in the marketing industry or you'd realize this kind of unscrupulous stuff goes on all the time.

You probably won't believe me now but you will in a years time when you finally realize that less than 1% of people who enter into MLM scams make more than the minimum wage after factoring in their profit to the number of hours a week they invest. You would be better off serving people at McDonalds.

Anyway I better be off to my 'normal' job that actually pays the mortgage.

IanKyleGrant
IanKyleGrant

@Nathan Argenta @imxdeliveredx   I recently just signed up for it because my friend tricked me into "meeting" her friends and she's doing it. And the speeches were convincing but I have doubts about my personal information and how certain things were not explained. I kinda don't want to do it because it seemed really sketchy. I start my "training" tomorrow and I'm wondering how do I get out of it?

RonnieShenk
RonnieShenk

These people are frustrating. I started Vemma and made 260 my first week because i learned how to do this and kept an open mind. Oh and for the person who said about drugs....yes drugs are illegal but if you go up toa cop and waive a bag of cocaine in his face you'll get arrested. I pay taxes on the checks i get with Vemma. The government knows what we are doing. So since this is so illegal I'll be sure to send you all a letter from prison when i get arrested for showing a cop my Vemma check i just got in the mail. Close minded people make me bash my head against the wall...

annac918
annac918

@carp_5  You obviously been sipping the Vemma Kool Aid because those are the EXACT words touted by the company's reps. To address your "points" (more like 'mistakes')


1) Celebrity endorsements mean shit! You pay them $$$ you can have them say anything. Only teenagers believe that celebrity endorsement=actual approval. Yeah, because someone like Sarah Jessica Parker dyed her hair at home with a $6 box of Garnier Hair color. Or someone like Beyonce shop at H&M! (these are actual celeb endorsement deals!)

IN short: fuck Dr. Oz, nobody gives a shit he "endorse" Vemma. They donate $$$ to his charity, that's why he's do promo work for them.Also: Dr. Oz DID NOT "endorse" the product and he stated so in a message to your company. Check truthinadvertising.org 's expose on this. 


2) Pyramid schemes are indeed illegal. So does prostitution, and marijuana. And crack cocain. Yet people still do them. Vemma, and many other MLM schemes skirted this legal loophole by exploiting the fact that they "sell" products. Yes, they do sell products, but 80% or more of their "customers" are their own rep. That is NOT how a real business work! Imagine if Target makes all its money from selling products to its employees instead of actual customers! Vemma is a product-based pyramid-like scheme, which runs the fine line between legal and illegal, which is why legally, they cannot be shut down, but morally, it is wrong. Again, this said nothing about the fact that the business structure is highly immoral (after all, oil companies still raking in billion$, and consider "legal" businesses, yet they're highly immoral and should be run to the ground!) 


3) "Thirdly, its MLM, which is one of the highest paid professions in the world, topping most that require a degree."--where is your stat? Your company's internal memo and sale pitch doesn't count...you know that, right?  


4) Lots of stuffs are more overpriced than Vemma, but the point here is that energy drink is not a "necessity" or a "luxury" products. Which mean, people are not compelled to spend more than they need to on a product they NEVER heard about. Do u not understand how business work? Yes, ppl will shell out $1000 on a LV handbag, because it's consider "luxury", "status symbol", scare product.On the other hand, if gas goes up an extra 50cent tomorrow, most people would still shell out $$ for it, because it's consider a "necessity", or if suddenly all the toilet paper in the world goes up by $1 a roll, ppl would still buy it. Vemma falls in neither of these categories. So good luck trying to overcharge for something consumers don't really need/want. 


4) "Also, in MLM, there are up front fees. That's just how it is. I want to know one successful business in the world that started out by not paying any up front money." Again you're very confused. MLM may have upfront fee, but that DOESN'T mean that it's right. Walmart pays it associates minimum wage, that's "just how it is",but that DOES NOT make it right either. Do you see the similarity? Why? because people like you, who doesn't have money already, should NOT be paying money to make money. You're not an "entrepreneur" like they make you think you are. You're an "employee" stop fooling yourself. In a real business, you can adjust your inventory order: if you only sell 4 items this month, they for next month, you only buy 4, or 5 items for the store. Vemma does not allow you to do this. You are signed up for a "shipment" every month, regardless if you can actually sell them or not. The company doesn't care. They keep shipping you stuffs that you can't get rid of fast enough, you keep paying them money to do so. BAD IDEA. 


5) "Jobs are for average people. Businesses however, aren't average. They are for an elite people, and require up front money, or else everyone would have their own business."--what make you think you're "elite"? Because you attend a 90 minute presentation of some dude who talks about his Benz? That inspired you and suddenly now you're part of the "elite"? Real "elite" takes time and effort--you don't just "become" elite by signing up to be part of a group of other "elite". You weren't "handpicked" either because they see something in you. Stop fooling yourself that. 


6) Nothing's wrong with invest money, IF the business has a high chance of success....about 97% or more of your sale rep lose money and quit...THAT is a VERY risky investment. Much better chance in the stock market, my friend.  If you not willing to invest some money to make money, that's fine. But font put 

down on the elite group of people who are. 


7) "I can't stand when ignorant people think they are an expert on something that they know absolutely nothing about"--we may know "absolutely nothing about" but so DO YOU. you, know nothing either my friend. The only difference is that you wasted 90 minutes of your life sitting in a meeting with some rando from VEMMA where he masturbate your ego and you his when he shows u pics of his Benz. lmao

checkthedox
checkthedox

@TamarahCharter @carp_5 I have to give you an amen. I was going to respond to that lunacy but didn't have the energy. Couldn't have said it better myself. I'll go back to my own "normal" job as well that doesn't require me to make a fool out of myself

Nathan Argenta
Nathan Argenta moderator

@IanKyleGrant if you are trying to get out and cancel that you nee to make sure you get your refund of the products or package you order. You have 30 days to get that done. But the sooner the better. So contact Vemma support immediately. Let me know if you have any other questions. 




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