Is Forever Living a Big Scam? Secrets Revealed In This Report

Let me guess; you’re looking at this report because you want to learn more about Forever Living and you’re just doing your due diligence, and that’s fantastic. Today I’ve put together this article to define whether Forever Living is a scam or not…and whether you can begin to create an income by sponsoring distributors to this company.


Forever Living is a nutritional MLM company. They provide several different products such as Aloe Vera Gel, Bee Honey,Royal Jelly and a whole variety of beneficial liquid based supplements. You can make money with them by selling the products, you don’t actually have to pay any monthly autoship fees, though you’ll also get discounts on Forever Living’s products and you won’t be able to build a business if you join for free as a distributor.

It will cost you $372 to purchase the business-in-a-box package as an Assistant Supervisor, and you will be able to reach Supervisor then move onto Manager based on your organisation’s sales volume.

Compensation Plan

You can begin to earn 35-43% profit from retail customers and starting at 5% from your downline (this will increase based on your level). Therefore it would be more favourable to sell products traditionally, however you can always recruit reps and get them to promote Forever Living’s products for you using the power of leveraging an entire team. You could start to market the products first, then gradually move on up to build your own team.

This diagram should help you to understand the compensation plan.

So, Is Forever Living Really a Scam? Can You Make Money With This Opportunity?

Overall, this company actually isn’t a scam and it is a fantastic business opportunity, whether you’re looking to retail or recruit. I actually work with a few people in this particular business and I teach them how to generate as many leads and reps as they want to their organisation.

You can absolutely create wealth with Forever Living if you have the correct marketing training, systems in place and a real mentor that can help you to get the success that you want in your enterprise. Whether you’re currently a distributor with this company right now or if you’re looking to get started, you can definitely make this work when you apply some simple concepts I’m gonna show you later.

P.S. I am not a rep or associated in any way with Forever Living.

All the best,

Seb Brantigan Signature

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11 comments. Leave a Reply

  1. Aaron Weise

    what is your overall thoughts behind comparing Forever living with Usana Health Sciences?
    …pros? …cons?

  2. Aaron Weise

    what is your thoughts or research, if any, about comparing usana health sciences with forever living?

  3. Tom


    The reasoning behind your headline is suspect! What “secrets” have you actually revealed in your article above that are not already in the public domain? As far as I can tell, NONE.

    Why do you want to introduced “sensational journalism” in an area where it is NOT required at all? I will be interested in getting your feedback on this and particularly on your comment which states “Overall, this company actually isn’t a scam”. What do you mean by inserting the word “overall”? Are you insinuating that in other ways it could be?


    Mombasa Kenya

    • Tom I’m just sharing information about the company…also I edited out the link from your negative comment – having said that I respect you taking time out of your day to defend your company :) no Forever Living isn’t a scam haha.

  4. Hi.. there..

    Could you please show me more of this techniques how to market online with efficiency…

    Thanks in advance, – Let us catch up each with each other at Skype: mujaser

    Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas…

    • I’d be happy to – just added you to Skype :) thanks for commenting!

  5. Mlofa

    Anything with uplines, downlines, levels, unrealistic profit margins and recruitment-based rewards is a scam. Since you are not associated in any way with Forever Living, how could you absolve the scheme so quickly based on what they claim to offer?

    • After laughing my a$$ off at your stupid opinion, I’ve decided to answer your question since you truly made my day by saying that :) I almost thought you were being serious there! ;)

      I’m good friends with a few Forever Living associates and asked for some information about the company so I could review it.

  6. Inez

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  7. Great post Seb! I’m not so sure how much that diagram actually helped me understand anything lol. I like the way you handled the idiot in the comments

    • Hey Brian

      Think that was just for the bonuses specifically, I had a better one but it somehow got deleted off my blog haha

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