What is ForeverGreen?

What is ForeverGreen - Featured imageHi and welcome to my ForeverGreen review. I would imagine if you are reading this you are probably thinking of becoming a distributor. Or maybe you are already a member and just want to find out if it’s the thing for you.

First I must say its good that you are doing your research. The last thing you want to do is invest your hard-earned money only for you to end up high and dry.

What is the ForeverGreen opportunity all about and can you make some good money? Well, let’s find out, shall we?

  • Company Name: ForeverGreen
  • Website: forevergreen.org
  • Costs: Free to join
  • Owner: Ron Williams

What is ForeverGreen

The health and wellness industry is awash with hundreds of companies selling all sorts of nutritional and health supplements. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in multi-level marketing.

FroverGreen is one of the companies in this niche.

The company was launched in 2004 by founder, CEO, and Chairman, Ron Williams.

Ron is a highly seasoned marketer with 25 Years of success in the industry. He was involved in Nuskin in the 1980s, Neways, 1992-1997 as Vice-President of Sales and Marketing, Young Living Essential Oils 1997-1998 as a Senior Executive.

He founded Brain Garden, another health and nutrition company in 1998 and later integrated it with Forever Green in 2006.

ForeverGreen is based out of Lindon, Utah in the US. They have branch offices in Mexico, Columbia, Singapore, Japan, Korea, and the Philippines.

ForeverGreen products

What is ForeverGreen - productForeverGreen has a very small collection of products in their catalog. 7 products in all. All products are free of harmful chemicals and based on “Marine Phytoplankton“,

  • AIM: An antioxidant supplement (only available in Latin America).
  • Prodigy-5: A multivitamin drink mix with an emphasis on eye health.
  • FIXX: A whey protein shake.
  • Pulse-8: An L-arginine supplement.
  • FrequenSea PRO: A marine phytoplankton supplement.
  • Pure-EU: A marine phytoplankton supplement, in the form of drops.
  • PowerStrips: Strips that are meant to offer pain relief.

How does ForeverGreen work?

Joining to become a member of ForeverGreen is free. To start making money you will need to purchase a starter pack ranging in price from $167.95 to $299.95.

You can also opt to go for the All-In-Pack which goes for $999.95. The more you invest, the more you can expect to make in terms of retail commissions. To stay active in the business you will need to place a standing monthly order of at least one Pack for $170.

Like most MLMs, there are 2 main ways you can make money.

  1. Earn commissions through product retail sales.
  2. Earn commissions when others join your team and become active members.

To get a better understanding of the compensation plan, check out the video below.

You can also check out this ForeverGreen Compensation Plan pdf

Can you make money with ForeverGreen

Network marketing is a numbers game. If you can build a large team of active members below you, then you can expect to start making a neat income.

I personally know a few very successful marketers.

The harsh reality when it comes to making money with network marketing is that it’s not as easy as a lot of people are lead to believe. People don’t like being sold stuff and most people suck at making sales.

Pros

I haven’t used the products myself but I am yet to come across complaints on the quality of the products, so it’s safe to assume that they have great products.

Marine phytoplanktons are photosynthesizing microscopic organisms that inhabit the upper sunlit layer of almost all oceans and bodies of fresh-water and account for up to 90% of the world’s oxygen. They are also rich in vitamins and minerals.

Phytoplanktons are used in various medical products and have been known to improve heart health, reduce cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar levels.

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Cons

One thing I found odd about ForeverGreen is that there are no prices listed on their website. That likey to deter a would-be affiliate since most people want to know how much they would expect to spend on products before purchasing them.

I also think the startup costs are way too high. To spend $1000 on a starter pack and then spend another $170 monthly to run a business is not cheap. If you are not building a team, you are losing money.

Is ForeverGreen a Scam?

Certainly not. People sometimes tend to get suspicious of network marketing companies because there is always a lot of emphasis on recruiting. As long as a company has a solid product or service behind it then you can’t brand it as a scam.

Scams tend to take money out of your pocket using deceptive means. In most cases, they sell you an endless story of investing your money to grow your money. The laws of business and return on investment are simple. Money cannot be made by shuffling it around.

ForeverGreen has been around since 2004. Most scams don’t last that long.

Wrap up

ForeverGreen might be a great company for those who have the energy to recruit.

To most, it’s not always a very viable option to grow a business.

I was a former network marketer and aside from being a real pain to everyone I approached to join my business I spent a lot of money and never got to recruit even one person. I might have approached over 300 people. Some of them were clearly not impressed.

I had to face the facts. Was I really building a business or was I simply helping some top shot make their money?

Truth be told you are not really running a business. The people running the business are the people whose products you are selling. They dictate what you sell, price and what you make for it. If you owned the business, you would have a say in that.

You also need to ask yourself whether your friends and family are worth the hustle. The other problem I saw was the cult-like devotion most people had for the business. All that talk about the business being easy and how anyone can do it is nothing but hot air.

The fact is, most people suck at selling.

According to this article on Wikipedia, over 99% of people who join MLM companies lose money. That is a big number.

If you are just joining ForeverGreen or thinking of joining ask yourself whether you really stand a chance at success. I hate to burst your bubble but the odds are heavily against you.

Are there better alternatives to ForeverGreen?

Absolutely yes.

There many places online like Swagbucks where you can make some side cash doing surveys. Another great place is Fiverr where you can post jobs and bid for them.

I would say one of the most effective and long term ways to make money way you can make money selling products or services is through your own website.

You don’t even need to own the products to earn commissions with a website.

Neither do you need to recruit people to your business. People need to come to you. how about you check out how I make money online without having to recruit.

Why run around chasing after people to join your opportunity and yet you can reach the billions of people who are connected on the internet today.

MLMs are a waste of time. You really need to ask yourself whether you stand a chance to make money. If you feel you have what it takes then, by all means, go for it. If you don’t, just remember to keep your options open.

Many thanks for reading my review. If you have a question or a comment on the ForeverGreen business opportunity, please leave it below. I would love to hear from you.

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Leonard

Hi fellas. Thanks for dropping by. I am a graphic designer and also build websites for local businesses. I am also a member of Wealthy Affiliate. WA is a community-based training platform that truly delivers. It offers a variety of tools, training, and support, and best of all, it’s FREE to get started with. Check it out and see if it’s a good fit for you.

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