Is Xyngular a Pyramid Scheme? No, But Read This, Before You Sign Up!
AN OVERVIEW OF XYNGULAR
Is Xyngular a pyramid scheme? No, but do not rush and eagerly sign up, simply to make that dear family member or close friend happy.
This company has been around since 2009, and it’s focused on a very popular niche, the health sector.
Whilst that is a good thing if you’re looking to make big money, it can also be a ‘not so good thing’. I will show you why. I will also show you what other factors can hinder your chances of success.
At the end of the article, there are two scenarios you need to consider. If both of them suit you, then this business is for you.
First, let’s take a look at the company at a glance.
PROS AND CONS OF XYNGULAR
- In existence since 2009
- Focus on a popular niche (health, fitness and weight loss)
- Positive product reviews
- Products are expensive
- More recruiting/More Money
- Health niche-can be competitive
XYNGULAR PRODUCTS REVIEW-DO THEY WORK?
First things first, the Xyngular products are not endorsed by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
Naturally, they recommend that you consult with your doctor first before taking them.
The Xyngular product portfolio covers areas to help one with burning fat, shifting one’s eating habits, boosting energy and provides overall nutritional support.
The official website states that for first timers, it is advisable to purchase a kit.
Apparently, these Xyngular kits consist of specific products, diet plans and exercise options to help one to reach their goal.
They are pretty pricey though, take a look below.
Xyngular Ignite Stater Kit- PRICE: $391.40
- Shift habits
- Boost Energy
- Burn Fat
Xyngular Ultimate Transformation Kit–PRICE–$643.40
This one helps with,
- Transforming your health
- Providing complete nutritional support
If your intention is to order just the Xyngular weight loss products, then you can do that as well.
You can qualify to get the products at wholesale prices should you decide to become a member or a distributor. You have to pay an additional fee for this though.
- Xyngular Distributor- $49.95
- Xyngular Member-$14.95
(Another prerequisite needed in order to qualify for the wholesale price, is that you have to register for auto-ship. In other words, you will automatically be paying for products on a monthly basis).
Do the Xyngular products work?
During my research, I came across a certain number of complaints regarding the Xyngular products.
Customer complained of experiencing undesirable side effects such as bloating, nausea and constipation.
Customers also complained that the weight loss products did not work for them.
Equally, I discovered that there are folks out there who feel that the Xyngular products work for them.
In terms of product efficacy, I think it’s all about how your body responds.
It may work for you, or it may not. You will only know once you give it a try. I want to add that upon visiting the Better Business Bureau, there are was a vast amount of people (over 300) that spoke positively about using Xyngular products.
How can you make money if you join this business?
Let me show you.
XYNGULAR COMPENSATION PLAN- HOW DO YOU MAKE MONEY WITH XYNGULAR?
Paying the $49 distributor fee allows you to participate in the Xyngular Business Opportunity.
This allows you to physically purchase the product at the wholesale price, and then sell at the retail profit.
Alternatively, you can direct customers to your personalized Xyngular Website, where you earn your commission on every successful transaction that gets fulfilled.
During my research, I came across folks selling products via the eBay and Amazon platform as well.
There are five other ways in which you can earn with Xyngular. These ways are all dependent on how successful you are in recruiting new members to join the business.
The more people you recruit in your down line, and the more purchases you and they make, the higher the overall CV(Commission Volume)points made. Your commission or checks are relative to this indicator.
Here are the 5 other methods of earning with Xyngular,
- Rapid Rewards
- Quick Start Bonus
- Residual Earnings(Unilevel Commissions)
- 12% Corporate Sales pools
- Leadership Bonuses
If you would like to know more about the Xyngular Compensation plan, then check the video out below.
As mentioned earlier, there were over 300 people that had something positive to say about using the Xyngular products.
Whilst this is all good, I had a hard time finding reviews that actually spoke of the business giving them financial freedom.
Even the official website shows that only 24% of the members are interested in building the business.
And of the 24%, only 2.33% made an average monthly income of just over $1,000.
This shows that one can make ‘okay’ money with Xyngular in terms of products sales.
But if you want to make the bigger sales then you have to work harder and recruit more people.
More recruiting, more sales. That’s how you make it big with Xyngular.
Think that you have what it takes?
IS XYNGULAR A PYRAMID SCHEME?
Is Xyngular a scam? No, it is not a scam. Is it a pyramid scheme? No, Xyngular is not a pyramid scheme as well.
There is a tangible product and people are buying it. It’s not a situation where the business compensates solely for recruiting, and is offering no product or service in return.
Is Xyngular for You?
That is up to you. I would like to bring to your attention two situations that may make your decision easier.
Scenario One: Selling products Can Have Its Limitations
After having purchased the products and you find it works, you can then start selling and earning commissions. You can introduce it to family and friends, and once that avenue is exhausted go online and sell.
As I’ve showed earlier on, many folks have taken to using Amazon and eBay to make sales. This can end up being competitive. (Note, I am not implying that it’s an impossible feat, just a challenge.)
As for the generic marketing website they give, many other distributors will have the same site. How do you stand out amongst others, if you are going to market on social media?
Scenario Two: Are you good at recruiting?
I suck at it! I won’t lie to you. I tried it previously in another MLM and I could not get a single person in my down line. I read somewhere that 97% of people fail at MLM business because of the inability to successfully recruit. If that is true, then I am one of the 97%.
In my case, I found the products expensive. I also did not like having ‘parties” and having to constantly call people up, bugging them for a response.
I actually ended up losing some of my close family connections in the process.
Your situation could be different. You may enjoy the marketing side of things, or have a “knack” of recruiting people. If that is you, then, by all means, sign up with Xyngular and give it a go!
IS THERE AN ONLINE BUSINESS THAT DOES NOT INVOLVE RECRUITING?
Yes, there is.
And it’s one that I have had success with for the past three years.
- You Don’t have to buy products on a consistent basis to qualify for commissions,
- You Don’t have to stock any of your products,
- You Don’t have to recruit to make a decent living, and
- You Don’t have to cold call to make commissions.
I’ve learnt this business model through an awesome teaching platform, that takes you from beginner level right through to the end.
To know more, please click the link below,
I hope that this Xyngular review has helped you out.
Do you enjoy doing MLM business or not?
Please feel free to share your comments or ask any questions that may be on your mind?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Kind Regards and Take Care