Xyngular

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Just saw a new company just launching called Xyngular. They are excitedly prelaunching with only a couple of hundred people worldwide. Yes, they’re YET ANOTHER juice company.

So they’re really excited about having

5 ways to earn, but they’re most excited about their worldwide

1) Retail profits
On bottles of juice. Almost never happens.

2) Rapid Rewards
You get double rewards on the first 4 levels of the unilevel based on their initial purchases and first few autoships:

3 Case/1 Case/1 Bottle
Level 1 $72 $24 $6 Available with 1 bottle order in a given month
Level 2 $36 $12 $3 Available with 1 case order & active auto ship of 1 case
Level 3 $24 $8 $2 Available with 2 case order in a 1 mth. period & active* 1 case auto ship
Level 4 $18 $6 $2 Available with 3 case order in a 1 mth. period & active* 1 case auto ship

3) Residual
8 level unilevel. Which goes up as you hit volume-based levels based on volume in a number of levels from you – and you need to eventually increase your autoship. You can even buy some extra levels by further increasing your autoship (level 3 and 4)

Level 1 $36 $12 $3 Available with 1 Bottle
Level 2 $24 $8 $2 Available with 1 Case
Level 3 $15 $5 $1 Available w/120 PV + 500 GV in the first 2 Levels*or with 240 PV
Level 4 $15 $5 $1 Available w/120 PV + 2,000 GV in the first 3 Levels*or with 360 PV
Level 5 $15 $5 $1 Available w/240 PV + 6,000 GV in the first 4 Levels*
Level 6 $15 $5 $1 Available w/240 PV + 10,000 GV in the first 5 Levels*
Level 7 $15 $5 $1 Available w/240 PV + 15,000 GV in the first 6 Levels*
Level 8 $15 $5 $1 Available w/240 PV + 20,000 GV in the first 7 Levels*

They do have COMPRESSION, which means that if someone drops out, then their people compress up so that you’re now considered the sponsor of their people. So you might actually want your big leaders to leave.

Interestingly, they pay DAILY on all of these first 3. But there’s a $2 cheque charge on each cheque, and minimum $20 of commissions to pay out a cheque. So you could be making a bunch of small cheques every day and getting $2 taken off each cheque. That’s wasteful for you, and for the company’s cheque processing.

4) Corporate Profit Pools
This is where they say you’re getting paid on everything happening in the entire company after the day that you join. Its like a corporate, world-wide profit sharing plan. Wow! They take 12% of the worldwide volume for this!
So how do you qualify?

Well first you need to hit ranks. The higher the rank, the more of this you qualify for. The first rank is 2000 in volume in a month from your team, and 30,000 total from the company. That would qualify you for the first level pool – 1% of the total volume. Then you hit the next rank, and get to share in the next 1% pool, and so on through 12 ranks. The top rank takes 500K in volume that month to qualify, and 10M for the company as a whole.

So that means there’s going to be a lot of people that don’t even qualify as Manager, and less at the next level, and less at the next level, and so on, and so forth. So the higher you go, the less people sharing in that rank, and the more you make from it! And its probably going to be at least a factor of 5 to 10 more people at each lower level. To me this looks like a way to try to get everyone excited, then give a LOT of money to your top people. Which is a pretty common compensation plan trick.

Oh, and only 60% of that volume can come from any 1 leg you have.

5) Bonuses
If you buy one case, enrol 4 people and get them to each buy one case, you make $100. So there’s a bit of a fast start based on recruiting people to a certain package. Not sure how long you’ll need a case for… then your autoship starts again. And there’s other bonuses too.

So for all of their excitement about being the fairest plan ever with this amazing worldwide 1 leg…. its really only a benefit for the top people, while everyone else is building a pretty standard unilevel plan based on getting their team to move a lot of juice. Interesting? Sure. Revolutionary for the common person? Certainly not. I’ll take a variable binary any day of the week!