Efusjon is a new energy drink company that claims their energy drinks are full of vitamins and other reputed healthy ingredients, so that you can have your burst of energy without the negative effects of most store bought energy drinks.
If you go to their website, you’ll see that you’re not only encouraged to sign up for a regularly monthly purchase of the drinks themselves, you’re also encouraged to become an Efusjon independent distributor. If you become an Efusjon independent distributor, you’ll receive your own website sponsored by Efusjon, and a percentage of all the drinks sold from that site.
In addition, if you sign up others to become Efusjon sales associates, you’ll receive a percentage of all their sales as well. And if you are one of the top 30 salesmen of the month, you will be entered into a pool to receive a portion of 3% of the company’s overall profits for that month.
So, is Efusjon a Scam?
Well, Efusjon may be the new energy drink craze sweeping the Internet, but it won’t be sweeping your neighborhood grocery store any time soon. The reason why you won’t see it at your local Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, or Sun Market, despite its alleged “amazing” health properties, is because the Efusjon company is not actually about providing people with healthy energy drinks in a can – it’s about recruiting people to sell healthy energy drinks in a can.
It’s not surprising that many people are crying foul over the “Efusjon scam.” Efusjon is open about being a multi-level marketing company, outlining all the percentages you’ll earn from your downline and the bonuses you’ll receive from signing up new people.
But at the end of the day you have to remember that the money Efusjon independent distributors make ultimately comes from their ability to convince friends, family, or strangers that they should spend $120 on 48 cans of healthy soda – and there’s some serious debate about how healthy it actually is. For example, they’re still pushing the “acai berry” which has already been exposed for not being nearly as healthy as people have claimed.
If you believe that your sales skills are that excellent, or if you have a large group of friends wondering how they can spend an extra $120 they have laying around, then maybe Efusjon will work for you. Otherwise, I recommend letting the Efusjon craze pass you by.