What is Zija?
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Bolivar, MO

#1 Sep 3, 2010
I keep hearing everyone in town talking about this incredible weight lose drug called Zija has anyone on here tried it out yet? Theres one guy in London that has lost almost 70 lbs.
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Corsica, PA

#2 Sep 7, 2010
Interested wrote:
I keep hearing everyone in town talking about this incredible weight lose drug called Zija has anyone on here tried it out yet? Theres one guy in London that has lost almost 70 lbs.
Go to cutters alley beauty shop behind Mcdonalds on north main street. or go to web site

www.cuttersalley.zija.com
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Corsica, PA

#3 Sep 7, 2010
Go see Andrea @ Cutters Alley North Main Street behind Mcdonalds. She is a consultant. Very knowledgable about the product.
GoodOlRebel

Manchester, KY

#5 Sep 7, 2010
Interested wrote:
I keep hearing everyone in town talking about this incredible weight lose drug called Zija has anyone on here tried it out yet? Theres one guy in London that has lost almost 70 lbs.
From what I can see it is derived from the moringa oleifera tree and is apparently quite nutritious. There is no mention of any potential mechanism that this plant might use to make you loose weight, as often the case in weight loss scams.
This product may be quite good for you, but it is making claims it simply cannot back up. Furthermore it offers a "business opportunity" which is simply code for a Ponzi scheme. If you do want to try this stuff out your welcome to but don't fall for the scam and try to become an "independent distributor" otherwise known as a sucker.
Jamie

United States

#6 Sep 7, 2010
I suggest that you do the research on the product before you discard the information. I have a lot of information on the product and the business opportunity if you are interested. Please contact me at jadub_32@hotmail.com
People will try to tell you it is a scam but I know differently and can show you how this works, if you are looking at the business opportunity. Even if you are not intesrested in the business part, everyone should be taking ZIja to supplement their diets.
GoodOlRebel

Manchester, KY

#7 Sep 8, 2010
Jamie wrote:
I suggest that you do the research on the product before you discard the information. I have a lot of information on the product and the business opportunity if you are interested. Please contact me at jadub_32@hotmail.com
People will try to tell you it is a scam but I know differently and can show you how this works, if you are looking at the business opportunity. Even if you are not intesrested in the business part, everyone should be taking ZIja to supplement their diets.
I did do research, as you can see from my post. And the "business opportunity" is nothing but a Ponzi scheme. Watch this video

and compare their business plan with a pyramid scheme. It starts explaining it at around the 3:00 mark. I have seen this setup countless times, it does not take a genius to figure it out.
come on

Somerset, KY

#8 Sep 8, 2010
It is a pryamid scheme anything that wants you to invest and get others underneath you is a pyramid
come on

Somerset, KY

#9 Sep 8, 2010
you cannot be a big fat butt and drink a tea and just loose weight just go a a real diet with fruits and veggies
Jamie

Toledo, OH

#10 Sep 8, 2010
Goodolrebel my reply was not intended for you but for the original posting. A pyramid scheme is defined as an illegal operation in which participants pay to join and profit from payments made by subsequent participants. Zija is not illegal and is not a scheme. If you watch the discovery channel documentary on moringa then you will see that our bodies can benefit from nutrition we are lacking.
This is network marketing and set up in pyramid fashion but again not a scheme because the product is legit. It is nutrition in a can.
Just because this form of business is different than what you are used to doesn't make it wrong.
GoodOlRebel

Manchester, KY

#11 Sep 8, 2010
Jamie wrote:
Goodolrebel my reply was not intended for you but for the original posting. A pyramid scheme is defined as an illegal operation in which participants pay to join and profit from payments made by subsequent participants. Zija is not illegal and is not a scheme. If you watch the discovery channel documentary on moringa then you will see that our bodies can benefit from nutrition we are lacking.
This is network marketing and set up in pyramid fashion but again not a scheme because the product is legit. It is nutrition in a can.
Just because this form of business is different than what you are used to doesn't make it wrong.
I never suggested that Zija was illegal and in fact went as far as to say that it is probably downright nutritious. I did say the claim that it makes you loose weight was fraudulent.
Whether or not a product is legit does not enter into the scheme. You can use anything for a pyramid scheme from grill equipment to makeup but the math in the pyramid scheme just does not add up and everyone involved except those at the very top get scammed.
Furthermore this is a form of business that I am very used to, I have seen it countless times and the words may occasionally change but the formula does not.
Of course I don't ask anyone to just take my word for it, you can look up these "multilevel" marketing plans yourself.
kelly lynn

Somerset, KY

#12 Sep 8, 2010
I was going to buy some and got suckered into trying to sell it. It is high and didn't do me any good which I am not overweight I feel the same I dunno You have to change your life style all together if you really want to be healthy
kelly lynn

Somerset, KY

#13 Sep 8, 2010
http://www.drinklifein.com/images/Zija_Comp_P...

copy and paste in tool bar on page two they have people set up like a pyramid!!!! hahahahahahaha
Jamie

Detroit, MI

#14 Sep 8, 2010
It is set up in a pyramid as I posted above. It's not a scheme otherwise I wouldn't be making profit and I'm far from the top. If you want to make additional income this is a great way because the product is beneficial. If anyone is interested let me know.
GoodOlRebel

Manchester, KY

#15 Sep 8, 2010
Jamie wrote:
It is set up in a pyramid as I posted above. It's not a scheme otherwise I wouldn't be making profit and I'm far from the top. If you want to make additional income this is a great way because the product is beneficial. If anyone is interested let me know.
The math just does not add up, after the first couple of levels the numbers of sales reps (network marketers, consultants or whatever you want to call them) grows exponentially. In a few short levels you would have all the people on earth trying to sell the same products to each other.
This site also offers information about pyramid schemes.
http://pyramidschemealert.org/
Jamie

United States

#16 Sep 9, 2010
I haven't looked at the site yet but I will and thank you for the information. Let me tell you how I think of this. I need to supplement my diet as everyone does and so far Zija is the best way I have found because of it's bioavailability. The product is a little expensive so rather than me paying for it out of pocket, I'm sharing the product with my friends. I believe in the product and it has given me great energy so I'm sharing a product that I think is beneficial to everyone. If you like a product you are going to tell people that you like it so why not make money doing that.
Jamie

Toledo, OH

#17 Sep 9, 2010
As it grows, if everyone on the earth ends up taking Zija then I guess we will have a healthier world? ;)
To address the weight loss part, the Zija beverage is not intended to make you lose weight. It is a nutritional beverage that supplies you with nutrients your body is not used to getting on a daily basis. There have been many testimonies of several different health improvements, weight loss being one of them. But the beverage is not intended directly for weight loss. They do have a weight management system that is intended for that purpose. I've been on this system since Monday and I can tell a difference already just by not being as hungry, but that's my testimony and I can't promise anyone else they will have the same changes. I don't need to lose a lot of weight, Im just trying to finish off the last bit of baby weight. I do think this is worth a shot for weight loss especially if someone is considering altering their body to lose weight because that is a dramatic change.
Joey

New Philadelphia, OH

#18 May 23, 2012
We have hundreds of folks with amazing results! Zija works and I have seen proog hundreds of times. If your sceptic, go away. If your conecerned with your healthand what to try it. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. You don't have to distribute. Just use the "Smart Mix" and see what it does for you. Zija has a money back guarantee if you don't love it. Like I said, "nothing to lose and optimal health to gain" No nutrition like it on the planet. Bye Bye sceptic hello smart decision makers. For you and your family. It's the right choice weather your a distributor or a preferred customer.
I invite you to join from our team's site and I will personnaly be your go to person with questions and support. You will get my contact info once you sign up.
Click ---> http://www.zijapowerhealth.com
Dr Martz

Leesburg, VA

#22 Sep 22, 2012
GoodOlRebel wrote:
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From what I can see it is derived from the moringa oleifera tree and is apparently quite nutritious. There is no mention of any potential mechanism that this plant might use to make you loose weight, as often the case in weight loss scams.
This product may be quite good for you, but it is making claims it simply cannot back up. Furthermore it offers a "business opportunity" which is simply code for a Ponzi scheme. If you do want to try this stuff out your welcome to but don't fall for the scam and try to become an "independent distributor" otherwise known as a sucker.
Wow are you stating that because in an individual distributes a product their a sucker? Do you realize how laughable your comment is? I don't normally respond. But your comment was SO ignorant I almost feel out of chair.
Finally, do you even know what a Ponzi Scheme is? Just because a product allows you to promote it with a compensation plan attached does not make it a ponzi scheme. I suggest you try Wikipedia as you have no clue how you are embarrassing yourself with these common but (ignorant) comments.
Dr Martz

Leesburg, VA

#23 Sep 22, 2012
kelly lynn wrote:
I was going to buy some and got suckered into trying to sell it. It is high and didn't do me any good which I am not overweight I feel the same I dunno You have to change your life style all together if you really want to be healthy
Your correct. But at the same time you were never "suckered"

The only time your suckered is when you buy a product that you never get.

You tried a product that didn't work out for you. Big Deal. You may have other complex health issues that need addressing. It's worked for countless others. Don't get caught up in it's ability to only help you lose weight. It's the best foundation supplment you can take.

The real "suckers" are those that buy the bargain bin one a day's at CVS. There synthetic and hard to absorb. If you see your urine turning "bright" green -- your not absorbing it.
Dr Martz

Leesburg, VA

#24 Sep 22, 2012
GoodOlRebel wrote:
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The math just does not add up, after the first couple of levels the numbers of sales reps (network marketers, consultants or whatever you want to call them) grows exponentially. In a few short levels you would have all the people on earth trying to sell the same products to each other.
This site also offers information about pyramid schemes.
http://pyramidschemealert.org/
Get your facts right. In a pyramid scheme the only people that make money are the people at the top. This is a binary. Someone that joins the program 2 years from now could easily out earn the first joining the program. It's all performance based. As far as your "math" what math are you pertaining too?

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