try monavie to treat your gout
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Irna

San Francisco, CA

#113 Nov 20, 2008
To Silly Rubes,
The multi-level-marketing (MLM) is slow but will grow exponentially in time and make it possible to earn 2x of your normal full time job. While in corporate job it's almost impossible to grow exponentially without more certifications/ degree and you have to deal with lots of office politics. Check how much $ your top officers in the company where you work, you'll be amazed.
In MLM, you can reach the top with your honest effort. Just change your employee mentality to business owner attitude. This MLM requires the least investment with positive cashflow potential compared to any other business. They also provide almost free training for you and product will make you much healthier and be more positive to reach your goal/ dream.

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Jason

Quincy, MA

#114 Nov 20, 2008
This is laughable. There is not one ounce of truth in any of the previous post. We are all dumber for having read it. You should get a refund for your almost free training.
Jay

United States

#115 Nov 21, 2008
Jason, I'm not sure I'd give you any style points for that post but I can't disagree with the first sentence.
Sorry Irna MLM has been around for a long time and it's been proven to be a financial loss for most that chose to get involved. Every year consumers lose 10s of billions in these recruitment scams and fortunately the lies haven't changed much over the years so they are easy to spot. Over 99% of the people who invest in this type of "opportunity" lose money. You won't see that at a corporate job where they actually pay you for your time. You're right Execs in companies make a lot of money that’s about the only point you made that was true. But everyone else makes a living wage too, not so in MLM. In Monavie the top 1% of the company collects 65% of all commissions.
To pitch an overpriced fruit punch with negligible nutritional value is just sad. You have to either suspend all ethics and lie about its value or fail in the business. I guess you could let other people lie about the product for you and you can just lie to them about the business model but either way you have to deceive people. Do you have any facts to bring to this discussion (not testimonials or AIBMR produced "research")? I'm guessing no.
And silly rubes? Really? Only a moron or a blind person unable to read the nutrition label or the IDS would think that Monavie is anything but a pathetic joke of a product and a business.
Mr Feelgood

United States

#116 Nov 21, 2008
Irna, I would say at least two million MLM'rs
including myself would agree with you, as apposed to just "Two" If we even have to shed a degree of concern about just two chicken littles sitting in this nest yelling out "The sky is falling" then this thing is a slam dunk! Your summation is a bit low in regards to MonaVie. The company is running very strong, I've been to the mountain in Utah, I have seen their plan for 09, it's going to blow the roof off the house! Along with the support system we're engaged with, between the two entities, this opportunity isn't going anywhere but to the promise land. Once again, our Heavenly Father is leading His children out of bondage. Stay focused on your dreams, this will all come to pass.
Irna wrote:
To Silly Rubes,
The multi-level-marketing (MLM) is slow but will grow exponentially in time and make it possible to earn 2x of your normal full time job. While in corporate job it's almost impossible to grow exponentially without more certifications/ degree and you have to deal with lots of office politics. Check how much $ your top officers in the company where you work, you'll be amazed.
In MLM, you can reach the top with your honest effort. Just change your employee mentality to business owner attitude. This MLM requires the least investment with positive cashflow potential compared to any other business. They also provide almost free training for you and product will make you much healthier and be more positive to reach your goal/ dream.

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Jay

United States

#117 Nov 21, 2008
Please bring some facts to the discussion. Thus far you haven't brought one. And you've failed to debunk a single fact that has been presented. You're making this too easy.

Guess there couldn't have been much health to spread huh? But when you're selling a juice with negligible nutritional value I guess you can't really spread any health.

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Jason

Quincy, MA

#118 Nov 21, 2008
Seriously bring some facts to the table. I know there must be one in your arsenal somewhere. It can’t all be baseless testimonials and studies cooked up by quacks can it?

Hey Jay you’ve been judged incendiary and racy today, I think someone needs to buy a dictionary lol. Nothing you said was incendiary or racy but it’s not too shocking that some Monavie pusher wouldn’t understand the basic meaning of words in the English language. After all they think that a juice that contains fewer nutrients than 2 servings of fruit somehow replaces eating 9-15 servings. They also think that a business model that pays over 90% of their salespeople NOTHING is a good idea and a great opportunity.
krissy b

Milwaukee, WI

#119 Feb 25, 2009
You are an idiot.
There are NO nuts in MonaVie. You tell me where you saw nuts listed as an ingredient.
Gout Sufferer wrote:
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You are just like the rest of those bastard MonaVie people, telling us the product will help with gout, just to make a lousy buck. Shame on you. MonaVie contains purines from the nuts. It makes gout WORSE, not better!!! I didn't read the bottle ingredient and figure it out, until I noticed my flair-up was getting worse than when used strait Black Cherry juice. I am mad as hell for people like you. You should experience the unnecessary pain I am in....
WWW

Seattle, WA

#120 Mar 4, 2009
I am not selling Monavie but I am using the product. I am not interested in the company or earning money via MLM and do not allow myself to be influenced by the "making money" hype.
I had been drinking the acai berry juice way before I ever heard of Monavie. It is everything that real research says about it.
It does not heal anything. It is not a medicine. It does what it does. And what it does is deliver an extremely nutritionally rich natural source of the highest concentration of antioxidants found in the world so far.
I buy Monavie for the same reason I pay more for organically grown fruit and vegetables. A blend of 19 fruit juices is all Monavie claims. Nothing less and nothing more. Each of the individual fruits contained in the coctail does what it does. The nutritional value of each fruit is easy to research and document.
If you have access to each of these fruits and eat them every day, timed out for the maximum delivery of the nutrition Monavie provides, then obviously I'd say do that! For me, though, I found that I don't have access to most of the ingredients all year and I find that the blend of these particular 19 varieties of fruit in one body to be most convenient. A swig in the morning and a swig in the evening and that's that.
Someone getting rich off of me? I'm sure of it. Do I mind? Not if I'm getting want I want out of the deal.

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Jay

United States

#121 Mar 5, 2009
"And what it does is deliver an extremely nutritionally rich natural source of the highest concentration of antioxidants found in the world so far."

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Not even remotely true and if a salesperson made this pitch to you then you were lied to. Multiple studies have now shown that simple grape juice has a significantly higher level of antioxidants. Those fruits on the label are all good for you, no doubt about that. But if you read the nutritional label it's clear that you're not getting much nutrition.
Brian

Lillington, NC

#122 Apr 14, 2009
I was both skeptic,and cynical tried it,felt it,and now willing to share it. No not selling juice but the chance for you to get the right foods in your body. Maybe then you can lose the attitude.
Steve

Huntington Beach, CA

#123 Jul 28, 2009
I ran across your site and thought that my product line might do well with yours; my products are of a similar nature to yours in that they promote a healthier lifestyle.
The compensation plan is on of the best I have seen and the products are top of the line.
If you have a moment or two please take a look at my site and let me know what you think. If you are interested on any level at all please let me know and I can answer all of your questions.
My personal website is www.myinlife.com/ssgard my email is [email protected]

Thanks for your time.

Steve Gardner
teawood

Valley Stream, NY

#125 Apr 13, 2010
Harry Houdini wrote:
What a crock. Distributors will tell you anything to sell their product. Disgraceful.
Ask them how much Acai juice is in Monavie. They don't know. Monavie won't tell them.
You could be getting almost no Acae Juice.
Ask for a blind study comparison of Monavie's products to anyone else's. They won't have one.
Ask for one independent true medical study connecting Acai with the reduction of any disease and you will only find one petri dish study that killed some leukemia cells.
There are people in South America where teh Acai makes up like 40% of their diet. Ask them for the demographic study that shows they have lower incidence of heart attack, cancer and a longer lifespan than Americans.
Finally, ask about Network Marketing and the Amway folks that are being sued right now that have joined up with Monavie.
Tons of products out there. Only Monavie says they are the best. Go figure.
You should do some reseach yourself you are misinforming people and keeping them from looking into a very health beneficial product.And amway the corp is not being sued a distributer is amway is long running corp that has very satisfied customers and so many people are benefiting from monavie please do some research you will find there have been scores of tests done have a nice day
bob

United States

#126 Aug 13, 2010
Al San Diego wrote:
Hey Houdini,
Do research before you judge. I work at vitaminshoppe for 4 years now. All Acai products in our store do not state how much acai is there in the bottle. It is just the way it is.
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It's 24%. In Europe the law states it must show on bottle. It's good stuff. I've been drinking for over two years.
Ben Dover

Buffalo Grove, IL

#127 Aug 15, 2010
Anything that is sold via multi-level marketing is a rip-off. Don't fall for it. 95% of the price you are (over)paying is going to sales commisions. If you want acai juice, go to any grocery store and pay for the actual product, not rip-off commisions.
Susan

United States

#128 Aug 21, 2010
Mona vie has had over 3,000,000 individuals sign up as distributors. Less than 300 have made over $100,000/yr, and most of them came from amway or other mlm's bringing an established downline into the business.

The juice is nutritionally lacking containing less antioxidants than most common fruit juices or even half a common apple. Unfounded health claims are rampant misleading the sick and gullible.

The use of religion to manipulate the unquestioning dupes is sickening. Plugging into the system creates a cultish mentality. Keep your family and friends away.

“Prevent Gout”

Since: Aug 10

Livingston, MT

#129 Aug 24, 2010
Wow ... it gets really political over here ... I guess I'll jump in.

The only reason Mona Vie works is because of the antioxidants of the Acai. Antioxidants clean up the Free Radical Damage on the cell walls, that lets the Acid Wastes get carried off and carried away. It takes time; you've treated yourself like shit for 40+ years and that's why you have Gout, it's going to take awhile to clean it all up.

Antioxidants are measured in ORAC - Oxygen Radical Absorbent Capacity - and there are lots better place to get more than what little you get out of Mona Vie.

Go here: http://cli.gs/E6EpaJ
MonavieDist

Pueblo, CO

#130 Jan 4, 2011
I find it interesting to see how many people are bashing this product. Even with the studies and the patents they have. Patents are not easy to get, yet they have 4 with more coming. Why would they tell you the formula in the product. Yes we are making money, been in for 4 months. If you work the program it works, the lazy people out there that say they tried it and it did not work for them, I would be interested in seeing how they actually worked it. Its a proven system, with proven results. If it does not work for you, maybe your not in the Global3 network. I really don't care how much money the upper people make,if they were not making money, I would be worried. What difference is that vs an owner of a business making all the money. Now that is a multi-level system at its best. Enough said, now go out and carve your own piece of the pie, or you can just keep asking the next driver if they want fries with that, either way, I would never let someone else who I don't know tell me I should or should not get into something.
Awesome product

Cannon Hill, Australia

#131 Jan 8, 2011
I have been with monavie for few months, i tried the products and its working for me and my family, it helped a lot of my community with joints, ached and pains, sleepwell, cure my sister`s cancer that was spread in her lungs and so many many people,,we are also making good passive income already...so negative people do something about your health and wealth..get on to it

“Prevent Gout”

Since: Aug 10

Livingston, MT

#132 Mar 2, 2011
It's always interesting that whenever the topic of monavie comes up, everyone always sounds way more excited about trying to make money off of it rather than taking care of health with it - sort of like; I've made a ton of money, bought a new car and a new house, got stinkin' rich and . . . oh yeah, I feel better too. Maybe you guys are feeling better just because you finally have some money.

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