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Max International Review
by David Harris
Max International, by Steven K. Scott and found at max.com, is a multi-level marketing / MLM company with a line of health products as its excuse from being an outright pyramid scheme.
This company has had more than its share of scandals, lawsuits, and complaints about leadership that would reflect dubiously on it being a viable business to invest in.
The products sold through Max International have also had their share of controversy as well.
Add to their troubles a fair amount of false advertising about their product, and shady money management and accounting to help you begin to see the picture.
Scientists contend that although Max International claims it has been clinically tested and proven sound, the company has not disclosed satisfactory results.
Other researchers have stated that the product containing a glutathione accelerator is no more effective than getting a healthy amount of glutathione just by being out in sunlight.
Studies have found that too much of the Max International supplement is harmful to the liver. The diet pills they sell have been known to make people sick.
To be fair, they are trying to come up with better products, and are more careful with their packaging since the major leakage issues with their skincare lotion.
Membership costs $49 to join. You can buy the products and resell them, or you can recruit others and be compensated for their sales.
The product can be found elsewhere for half the price. Unless you gouge your customers with exorbitant prices, profits will not be very substantial.
No matter how you look at it, MLM, or multi-level marketing, is a business of meager returns for those involved in the lower rungs of the ladder.
Those lower rungs are filled with about 99% of the people involved in most MLM businesses.
Max International is no different from any other MLM business.
The MLM business model is an absolute losing proposition and we almost never recommend that anyone ever gets involved in it.
However, due to all the problems I kept finding in my research of Max International, there is definitely no way I would recommend it.
Even with the big celebrities, whose names I won’t mention, getting paid to push this MLM, it doesn’t make it any more legitimate of a way to make money online from home.
Thanks for reading the review…
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