Jusuru – Balanced Review from a Non-Rep

Jusuru

Jusuru

Chances are, you have searched Google and encountered several Jusuru reviews.  Some reviews scream at you about the Jusuru Scam.  Others proclaim that Jusuru has discovered the “fountain of youth.”

What to believe?

Maybe you are reviewing Jusuru to make a decision about whether or not to join.

Or perhaps you have already joined, and want to make sure you haven’t made a big mistake!

Either way, stick around and spend the next few minutes reading this Jusuru review.

By the time you finish reading, you will see for certain if Jusuru is right for you.

Furthermore, you will learn how to ensure your success if you do plan to run with this opportunity.

I will get to all of that in just a second…but first, a little background info.

My Jusuru Background

I don’t have any direct involvement with Jusuru, but I have built a downline of several thousand people

over the past few years in a similar MLM Company.

In fact, I’ve been earning a full-time income from home since 2010, with the vast majority of that income

being produced through MLM Marketing and Online Marketing.

So in this case, you get the best of both worlds.  A review from someone who understands the business,

without the emotional pressure of trying to get you to join me in the business.

Is Jusuru a Scam?

Let me go ahead and say that to my knowledge, Jusuru is in no way a scam.

The owners of Jusuru have chosen to market their product through MLM Marketing or Network Marketing, which is a legitimate and viable business model.

The concept behind MLM is simple…rather than spending advertising dollars on things like radio, tv, newspapers, and celebrity endorsers, companies like Jusuru choose to give that money to the distributor force.

For a lot of companies, MLM makes the most sense.

If you know that you have the best products around, why not pay the product users to spread by word of mouth?

Makes a lot more since than sitting on a dusty shelf at Wal-Mart, right?

Since we can agree that nothing about the Jusuru business model is a scam, the real question then becomes about the products.  Are the products worth the price?  That is a crucial question, and we will explore the answer momentarily.

Has Jusuru Discovered the Fountain of Youth?

HaHa…no offense intended, but I have to laugh at this one a little bit.

Jusuru products contain an ingredient called BioCell Collagen®.  Could this be the new super ingredient that allows us to live to be 200?

I will very politely say that I have no idea.  I hope so.

A word of caution if you are a Jusuru Rep…make sure not to make any wild claims that can’t be backed up with facts.

It is ok to be excited about your product.  Awesome, in fact.

But making claims without documentation is a big no-no and can get Jusuru in hot water with the government, even if the mistake was innocent and unintentional.

So what is the truth about Jusuru and this fountain of youth?

The truth is, if you like the product and it makes you feel good, then buy it!

The opinions of the naysayers really don’t matter.

The issue is not how many people think Jusuru is a scam.  The issue is how many people think Jusuru is worth buying at its market price.

That is the beauty of the free enterprise system.

Should you Join Jusuru?

Obviously this is a personal choice, but let me throw in my two cents.

I give Jusuru high marks for their business model and pay plan.

After a thorough review of their compensation, I believe they do a great job of balancing the pay of newcomers, mid-level executives, and Super Stars.

I also like the Jusuru car bonus program.  I’m not always a big fan of car bonuses because I hate to see someone earn a car then lose it quickly.  This has a negative effect on downlines.

Jusuru makes you hit a pretty decent volume level (25,000 per month) for 3 straight months before you qualify for the car.

Then you stay qualified, or at least partially qualified unless you fail to meet requirements for 3 straight months.

So it’s a doable challenge to get, but tough to lose once you get there.  I like that.

The final question really becomes the products.

Do YOU think the products are worth the money that is charged for them?

Do you believe that others will see enough value in the products to buy them at that price, even if they don’t make one red cent?

Ultimately, the measure of any successful business is whether end users willingly buy their products.

That’s true of Jusuru, or McDonald’s , or Dunkin Donuts.

With a solid ownership team, and an agressive, balanced compensation plan in place, the only real question I see with Jusuru is the products themselves.

If you are a believer in the products, then you should be not only satisfied but EXCITED with the Jusuru Opportunity.  This may be exactly the right vehicle to get you what you want in life.

 How do you Plan to Promote Jusuru?

If you have decided to go All-In with Jusuru, how do you plan to promote your business?

You may find it helpful to read a recent article I wrote about how to easily succeed in companies like Jusuru.

Usually, your upline will advise you to speak to friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers.

This is great advice for starters, but what then?  Who do you talk to when you run out of friends and family?

I use an automated system to generate laser-targeted leads for my MLM Business, 24 hours a day.

To get a free overview of this system and see exactly how it can help you grow you business, click here.

 

I hope that this review helps you make an informed decision about whether joining Jusuru is right for you.  What other questions do you have?  Leave a comment below and I will be happy to research and get you some answers.

 

Make it a Great Day,

Ken Acree

“100% Boss-Free Since 2010″

P.S. – MLM Leads|MLM Tools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 comments
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merilynsweet

Thanks for your thoughts. You pretty much hit the nail on the head about Jusuru. I have nothing but good results from using their product including those I share Jusuru to!

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