Is Isagenix a Pyramid “scheme”? Am I falling into an Isagenix Scam?
I get asked all the time “Is Isagenix a scam” or if it’s a pyramid “scheme”. Long story, short..no. I’ve been very successful and am able to work completely from home or on my phone while on the treadmill! 😉 This truly is a company that has an amazing compensation plan as well as products that sell themselves! Don’t worry, you won’t find yourself falling into an Isagenix Scam.
I’m so glad to be a part of such a great company! If you want to be a part of a business that’s doubling their revenue yearly…there’s no better time than NOW!!!! Email me at
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In the news…..
“Isagenix Named to the Inc. 5,000 For Sixth Consecutive Year
Health and Wellness Company Doubles Revenue Over Past Four Years
CHANDLER, Ariz. (August 27, 2012) – For the sixth consecutive year, the business magazine Inc. has recognized Isagenix International LLC as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States by including the company in its widely respected and sought after Inc. 5,000. The growth of Isagenix is illustrated by its more than doubling of revenue from 2007 to 2011 and its increase in direct employees by 50% during that period.
The magazine’s top 5,000 list represents a comprehensive look at the most important growth segment of the country’s economy — America’s independent-minded entrepreneurs.
Isagenix Co-Founder, President and CEO Jim Coover said the recognition is yet another affirmation that the company is on the right track.
“We are honored to be recognized, and proud of the impact we’re making on lives around the globe,” Coover said. “We are committed to helping our independent Isagenix Associates discover freedom, both physically and financially.”
Established in 2002, the Chandler-based health-and-wellness company is closing in on $2 billion in cumulative sales with its worldwide sales force that includes more than 200,000 home-based business Associates in the United States, plus multiple international markets including Canada, Puerto Rico, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand and Mexico. Since its inception, Isagenix has created more than 70 millionaires, hundreds of six-figure earners and led thousands of others to build residual income from distributing its products.
The company is experiencing a record-breaking year, significantly outpacing its previous year’s performance, and is anticipating the most profitable year of its 10-year history.
Complete results of the Inc. 5000 list, including company profiles and an interactive database, can be found on Inc.com/inc5000.”
Hopefully these findings and my own shared experiences throughout LiveLifeActive.com will answer your question as to weather or not you’re falling into an Isagenix scam. The answer is simply, No.