The Team Beachbody Coach Scam
(Revealing Video Below…)
By Craig Tuttle
Have you heard of the Team Beachbody coach scam before? Has anyone approached you and told you about this “amazing company” that you have to be a part of and that you can make so much money with it and that you can live the life that you always wanted and not have to worry about anything anymore? Maybe you’ve seen the countless adds online or been approached on social media of how you can work from home and fire your boss. Maybe in the grocery store or out running errands you saw someone in a P90X t-shirt and they told you about how great the company is and how it’s ending the trend of obesity in this country all while helping them live the life of their dreams and you could do the same thing. And that you can do all of this simply by helping people achieve their fitness goals! I have to admit…when I heard about the Team Beachbody coach scam, I just shook my head as well. But let’s investigate this a little further.
What Constitutes a Scam?
Allow me to shed some light on this Team Beachbody coach scam a little bit. There are a LOT of network marketing companies out there. And for the most part…the majority of them fail. Why is that? Well…first of all, the products are horrible, or you are marketing something that people really don’t have a NEED for. If there is no demand for your products, then there is not really anything to market now is there? Secondly is the compensation structure. A lot of companies do not pay well until you reach the highest level and then you can start making a ton of money. Or, the more money you invest to get into the company, the more money you have the ability to make. Another reason that the majority of network marketing companies fail is because they lack strong leadership. There is no solid company backing them up. They have to do all the advertising themselves, they have to “sell” the products instead of having people already interested in the products themselves.
Is There Really a Team Beachbody Coach Scam?
Now let’s see if these points apply to Team Beachbody and the Team Beachbody coach scam. First of all we talked about the products. I don’t even have to say the products names and you already know what Team Beachbody represents. The popularity of products such as P90X, Insanity, TurboFire, and Shakeology (just to name a few) have soared, and continue to rise. The fact is that the health and fitness industry is a THRIVING one, even in this economy. And can you honestly see a time when it wouldn’t? People are ALWAYS going to have a need for fitness and nutritional products. As long as we are constantly surrounded by poor nutritional choices, there will always be a place for the good ones. So that point doesn’t apply.
Now let’s look at the compensation structure and see if that applies to the Team Beachbody coach scam. When you become a Team Beachbody coach, you can start earning money right away, no matter what you buy to come into the business. Of course there is going to be money involved for you to start your own business, but what kind of business can you start with no capital? Not a very lucrative one. And not one that can pay you back that money in your first 15 minutes of opening! And there are different levels and bonuses associated with achieving those levels, but the commissions are the same for everyone across the board, which is amazing. So obviously this point doesn’t apply!
The last thing we will look at is the leadership and if that is the reason for the Team Beachbody coach scam. Team Beachbody has a parent company, Beachbody. They are the ones behind all of the infomercials that you see on TV all day and night. They invest $120 million in advertising a year to promote their fitness programs. They were already established before they even started the Team Beachbody aspect, which is very different from other network marketing companies. And the customers that the advertising generates…they all go to qualified Team Beachbody coaches, which really separates Team Beachbody from other opportunities. What other company gives their customers away to their distributors? None.
The Team Beachbody Coach Scam – Dubunked!
So by now I think it is safe to say that there is no such thing as a Team Beachbody coach scam. The demand for their successful programs continues to increase, the compensation structure is second to none, and the leadership from the top is the best in the business, constantly looking to improve and add new products that will help their distributors be successful. If you would like to become a Team Beachbody coach, go here, or drop me a line in the “Contact Me” section of the site. I’d be happy to point you in the right direction.