Does a genewize scam exist? Many people have wondered this.
Imagine this. You swab your cheek with a Q-tip, toss it in a manila envelope addressed to Genewize life sciences and a few weeks later get back some pills that you pop in your mouth and rinse down with some orange juice.
A few minutes later you're doing back flips down the stairs and outrunning your neighbors Porsche ON FOOT!
This may be a little bit of an exaggeration, lol, but it paints a funny picture of what this company is actually doing.
According to this revolutionary company, each human on the planet have slight genetic variations that make our bodies respond differently to food, vitamins and skincare products.
Because of these variations, they say that vitamins currently on the market cannot possible address the individual health needs that we all have.
It is for this exact reason that Genewize has is using technology that reads the unique DNA of each person and then formulates nutritional and skincare products for them.
WHY THE CRIES OF A GENEWIZE SCAM?
Why the claims of a genewize scam?
Some people simply do not believe that science has advanced far enough to be able to analyze genetic code and produce specific vitamins based on that data.
This project is not based on hokey science.
Genewize is based on research that has been in the works within a decade old and well respected DNA research company.
Sorry to be the one to break it to the skeptics, Genewize is not being run from some backyard laboratory in south America.
My verdict is in. No genewize scam here.
GENEWIZE IS AN MLM PYRAMID SCHEME?
One other area this company is attacked and accused of a genewize scam is the business model they chose to market the products with. Multi level marketing.
In some circles, MLM is still somewhat of a dirty word.
Archaic, ignorant, and uneducated circles that is.
MLM in the 21st century has been praised again and again for bringing wealth creation opportunities to the "average people" of the world.
Yes, there have been some schemes and scandals mixed in with prior MLM companies and projects. Just as there have been schemes and scandals mixed in with real estate projects, small businesses and mega corporations.
No my friend, MLM is a great business model and any genewize scam claim made on this account is clearly ridiculous.
Scams are wrought with lies, shoddy science and unfulfilled promises.
The products that are being distributed by Genewize are well researched and backed by a great history in the marketplace. When this company promises to send products in exchange for money they always hold up their end of the bargain. When they commit to pay distributors X amount of dollars for brining in X number of customers, guess what? They send the money.
There is no Genewize scam.
That being said, if you think you're going to be able to enroll in this company, tell a few people and laugh your way to the bank with your new found fortune, you are clearly mistaken.
The only way you'll be successful in Genewize is by learning how to market. This involves leadership and learning how to reach the masses.
The highest paid Genewize reps like Jonathan Budd, Tom Wood and Katie Freiling have it figured out. They recruit ridiculous numbers of customers and reps each month. How?
Simple. Leveraging the world wide web. The internet provides a huge amount of leverage and if you know how to use it, you'll have people coming to you every day, all day long ready to sign up in Genewize.
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