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Comparing Network Marketing Compensation Plans: MonaVie vs. Efusjon vs. Arbonne vs. Xango vs. EIRO

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I recently saw some interesting numbers about a handful of Network Marketing compensation plans. The comparison took a business built in the suggested method with 5,000 points of volume. You will see that most companies do not pay very well on the front end (if at all). Feel free to do your own research evaluating the compensation plans listed here. 

MonaVie  
5,000 Points 

Approximate Wholesale Cost of Product: $6,000-$12,000

Personal Order: $220

Bonus: $316*
Percentage Paid: 5.2%

Compensation Plan: Binary
(Bonus money is assuming that volume is perfectly balanced, in most cases it is not) 

Efusjon  

Approximate Wholesale Cost of Product: $5,000

Personal Order: $120

Bonus: $71.30*
Percentage Paid: 1.2%

Compensation Plan: Matrix
(Some associates carry multiple positions (up to 15) so the personal order might be significantly higher)
 

Arbonne 
5,000 Points

Approximate Wholesale Cost of Product: $7,462
Personal Order: $149

Bonus: $196.61*
Percentage Paid: 2.6%

Compensation Plan: Stair-step Breakaway 

Xango
5,000 Points

Approximate Wholesale Cost of Product: $6,000

Personal Order: $120/$240

Bonus: $300*
Percentage Paid: 5%

Compensation Plan: Straight Unilevel 

EIRO  
5,000 Points

Approximate Wholesale Cost of Product: $5,617

Personal Order: $140

Bonus: $1216.73** 

Percentage Paid: 21.6%

Compensation Plan: Unilevel Hybrid

* Payout based on compensation plan perspective.
** Actual average payout to those with 5,000 points.

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  1. fyi efusjon doesnt pay on "points"
    i would like to know where you got your numbers? commision is 4.25% of sales and 1.25% for overlap. you get paid this rate for everyone in your matrix.

    ***The numbers are simple. $120 is the volume requirement. The pitch is "get 3", so if you get 3 x 120 that is $360. $360 x 4.25% = $15.30. Then you need another $4650 to make $5,000. $4650 x 1.25% = $58.

    $58 + $15.30 = $71.30

    You earn $71.30 for $5,000 in volume at Efusjon.***

  2. Ty your missed a NWM Icon–Forever Living Products
    5,000 pts(wholesale) is actually 8777.93pts because Forever pays on RETAIL
    Personal Order $132.00
    Bonus $1578.94
    Payout 31.57 Percent of Wholesale(apple to apple)
    Comp Plan: Stair-Step
    31 years and 2.5Billion annual in sales not too shabby.
    If you have any question you have my email
    Chris Turpin

    • Forever Living own site states that the company pays something like 8 to 18%, far from 31%. Retail markup was not included in any of the information.

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