Welcome to my NutriCellix MLM review.
This one is all based on a weight management system that is apparently customized to your DNA, making it easier for you to lose weight.
However what has brought on more structiny and as got me interested is there claims on it being the ‘1st of its kind’.
Now I don’t know about you, but already I am questioning the owners behind this just from reading what there bringing to the table.
To run a company that is essentially selling unique products, well that sounds tricky.
But anyway there are two possible reasons for you being here.
- Either you are interested in there products
- Or want to know if you can make money with there commission plan
Well stick we me as in this NutriCellix MLM review I will go over everything you need to know about.
NutriCellix MLM Review Summary
- Owner: Bo Short
- What Are They?: MLM
- Cost: $159
- Verdict: N/A
- Recommended: No
What Is NutriCellix?
So NutriCellix like I was just getting onto is a MLM that is bringing a weight loss product to the market.
Now like we need more of these, Bo is bringing a unique take one with this one. And literally.
These products are designed to your DNA, in fact you are required to send over a DNA sample so they can then send you the product specifically for you.
The company was announced last year and has now been launched in January 2020. They also purchased a warehouse in Texas, US.
But now you know what they are offering let’s have a look at whos behind it.
Whos Behind It All?
Bo Short is the man to found NutriCellix and is the current CEO of the company.
Now to say his history isn’t interesting is a understatement. Now because I have no life lets I have dug up his recent endeavours.
So first thing to mention is that Bo is no stranger to MLM’s having been involved in many over the years.
This started with ‘Quixstar’ which is now called Amway, they were founded in 1999 however Bo left two years later after the company started receiving lawsuits.
That was because it was found out that they were running more of pyramid scheme and less as a MLM.
So Bo and his friend Ty Tribble started an MLM in ‘Passport’.
But after the company failed and it was even reported that not only did the distributors not make any money but Bo himself struggled.
Because of the financial issues he decided to join forces with Oasis Lifesciences. However Bo’s luck was still out as they faced lawsuits filed towards the end of 2005 to them with infringements.
So next up he decided to join an energy drink company in EIRO. He became one of there partners in 2009 before leaving in 2011 due to closure.
In 2015 he became apart of the leadership team of healthy living based MLM Jeunesse.
After he jumped ship again to become a Chief Sales Officer at Nerium in 2018.
A company based around anti aging cream who then changed their name to Neora.
However of late they were labelled as a pyramid scheme and are facing lawsuits from the LTC, because too many people weren’t making any money.
Which is often the case with not just pyramid schemes but MLM’s for that matter.
Anyway that brings us up to date to what Bo is currently working on in NutriCellix.
But I must say one thing that stands out is over time hes seems to always jump to the next best thing.
So with that in mind and that he is not staying for more than a few years with the previous companies suggests he may jump again.
What Do They Sell?
Before we talk about how the products works lets see what you are actually paying for.
Now in total there are seven products that they offer, four of which require a payment with the other three coming free.
All Of The NutriCellix Products On Offer
Products you need to pay for at the start:
- The NutriCellix DNA Swab Kit ($100)
What comes included:
- DNA Report – These are the results of the DNA swab test which they send back to you.
- Weight Management App – Track your progress by installing there free app on your phone
- SmartSave – By opting for this you will get a discount on all products when purchased every month
Now what’s worth noting and because some of the products are DNA customized you will need to pay for the DNA Swab kit before you can order there supplements.
I know the selling point is the customization aspect, but with it costing you $100 I just seem to get the impression that this is Bo trying to get as much money as he can.
If you were to buy all the products you are looking at $309.95, which is fairly steep for basically what is some supplements and a weight loss plan.
Right now I am going to get into how it all works and what they are trying to achieve.
How Do The Products Work?
So we know NutriCellix’s products are designed to help you lose weight but how exactly do they work.
Lets have a look at each of them.
DNA Analysis Kit
This is a kit that you will pay to be sent to you, you will then need to send your DNA for it to be then analysed by NutriCellix’s team.
First you have to pay the $100 fee, once you have received it you need to find the code on the box.
Go to the website, create an account and then enter that code to register the kit.
The main features of these supplements are burning fat and helping with your stress.
For the first month you will get Core and then for the second month you will be moved onto Prime.
Normally I would of thought an up sell would exist however they are the same price which I will get onto next.
You can get them at $129.95 or $109.95 with SmartSave.
‘Prime Offers More Layers Of Boost Ingredients Designed Just For You’
The next supplements to use in conjunction with Core is Prime.
Again they come in a AM and PM form, these ones are claimed to help your weight management with there DNA booster packs.
The price point for these supplements are $129.95 and $109.95.
Weight loss supplements that come in a morning and evening version, these adapt to your current circadian rhythm.
Again $129.95 each or if using smartsave cheaper at $109.95
Meal replacement shake, comes in two flavours, you can choose between vanilla and chocolate.
Its filled with nutrients that they claim to help multiple areas within your body.
This one is cheaper but still expensive coming it at $69.95 or $59.95 with SmartSave.
The FIT Surge is a formula stick pack which you can take after and before workouts. The effects of this is helping with your energy, strength and fat burning through a chemical called ATP.
It apparently contains other benefits but how good it is I don’t know. What I do know is that you get 30 of these in a box and it comes out as $39.95 or $49.95 with SmartSave.
Below Bo talks about the product ‘Surge’
Now how the system works is down to three components, this consists off:
- An app to recommend meals and basically keep you on track to reaching your goals
- 12 hour eating window, this component is all about you eating all your meals along with the supplements within that time space. This is also combined with the fact you need to do your own exercise and eat healthy meals.
- Lastly its there selection of DNA based products, which you will implement into your daily routine.
How Much Does It Cost?
To become an ambassador it will cost you $159 in total. This is because you are required to purchase a DNA swab test which like I mentioned earlier is $100.
What makes up the rest is a one time registration fee of $59.
Now while that may have shocked you as so many MLM’s require hundreds, some even thousands before they have even started, here you have just the one fee.
I was watching the video where Bo goes through his product pricing plan and what I liked was the part when he said.
‘He Doesn’t Want Someone To Get Into A Business And Be A $1000’s Behind’
That’s something I agree with, you shouldn’t have to pay that much especially if you have no history of selling.
You would just lose so much money and continue to do so.
So either Bo is doing something good here of he has brainwashed me in preparation for some other surprises.
Now if you want to watch the video yourself, you can do so below. Just be warned you may be brainwashed!
NutriCellix Commision Plan
NutriCellix compensation plan is made up of 6 parts, you have the five ways that you can earn with. The final one is incentives that you get for being an ambassador.
1. Retail Sales
If you are an ambassador you can make a commission is one of your customer purchases a NutriCellix product.
The amount you get is the retail price takeaway the wholesale price. Your cut will be the difference between the two prices.
2. SmartSave Customer Commissions
As an incentive to encourage one of your customers to go to the SmartSave plan, you will again get paid the difference if one of your referrals buys a product while on the SmartSave.
This is purely an example, but if they purchase an item for $100, but the retail price is $110. You will get a $10 commission.
3. Team Commissions/Bonuses
NutriCellix wouldn’t be a MLM without a rank system and here we have 14 tiers.
This consists of:
- Executive Ambassador
- Blue Diamond
- Black Diamond
- Red Diamond
- Crown Diamond
The terms for progressing through the ranks are complicated.
But basics are that your acquired ambassadors and yourself must all generate a certain qualifying volume to move up.
For the first rank you need to have two ambassadors enrolled and each of you must make $100 worth of sales.
4. Leadership Matching Bonus
If you make Pearl or above you can then make money on anybody that is also Pearl + through a bonus.
Again complicated, but the bottom line is you can earn between 5-10% of any of your ambassadors.
5. Leadership Bonus Pool
By reaching the top five ranks of the company you will be entitled to a number of shares.
- Diamond – 1 Share
- Blue Diamond – 2 Share
- Black Diamond – 3 Shares
- Red Diamond – 4 Shares
- Crown Diamond – 5 Shares
As you can see you can get up to 5 shares, but personally I thin this bonus is a pointless incentive, as unless this company lasts those shares won’t be worth anything.
There’s also a small matter of that reaching the rank that will get you 1 share will be a tall order in it self.
Anyway that summarises everything you need to know when it comes to the payouts.
There is one last thing which is a game changer and that is Bo as apparently abandoned exclusive PV and I must say I didn’t see it in the commission plan.
What this means is that while with other MLM’s like Farmasi or any for that matter you won’t have to accumulate an amount of personally purchased products yourself.
Is NutriCellix Worth It?
The short answer is no.
However if you know how it is with MLM’s those who get in right at the start can get an early start.
What I mean is if you join right when there is hype, there is a ‘slight’ you could benefit.
Overtime uplines have already been made, so you could get higher then you would get with one that has been released years ago.
The other plus side is that while getting started is over a $100 its not the worst start up fee I have seen.
Like I mentioned Bo as abandoned a few common traits of MLM’s to make it easier to earn.
But like I am about to get onto now, just because he has changed a few aspects it doesn’t mean you will profit, as number 1 its still a MLM and number 2 its another MLM.
Lets get into the cons.
1. Bo Short Is Always On The Look Out
Good old Bo, he can never sit still…
When you consider the amount of years that he has been in this industry, he has been with an awful lot of companies over that time.
So with Bo Shorts history it wouldn’t be a surprise if in a few years he followed a new trend.
From looking at his stints in the past he rarely lasts a few years.
So if I was someone looking at being a NutriCellix’s ambassador program however found out that Bo likes to jump ship, I would be concerned.
2. Products Are Too Expensive
For MLM’s where the prices are expensive but are offering a service/product that is in demand you can understand.
Ascira and iBuumerang for instance are high ticket MLMs.
These offer travel services that because of the demand distributors can easily promote.
However with weight loss supplements and a very saturated market, the fact the products are expensive will deter many.
If I came over to you and offered you a few pills that I claimed would help you lose weight for $129 each.
Well I wouldn’t be surprised if you laughed at me.
The price is just too expensive.
But even then its a type of product that has been overdone and will be very hard to sell.
3. Most Likely A Matter Of Time
I get the impression that NutriCellix won’t last long, just like many of the other companies Bo as been involved in.
The amount of weight loss products that exist out there are endless, and for nearly all of them they suck.
Taking supplements can have can have negative side-effects, and since we don’t know much about NutriCellix is makes me ask the question of how much can you trust them.
If you wan’t to know what I think, if you really want to lose weight then you are better of just changing your lifestyle in order to achieve that.
You don’t need magic pills, especially if there costing over $100 each, it’s just not worth it.
So this is tied to why I don’t think they will last long, the products are overpriced and my prediction is that they will probably close down because its too hard to sell them.
Who would get behind a product that sucks and cost…
Is It A History In The Making?
Yeah that was a joke, you see last year Bo did a launch event of Neora which he labelled as like it says above ‘History In The Making’.
So if you were either there or have seen the video you would of likely recognised those words.
But like we covered they ended up being a pyramid scheme, Bo moved on and here we are now with him saying the same kind of words.
So instead it was more a disaster in the making rather then history.
But seriously though and having spent hours researching him recently I have come up to the conclusion that Bo is two things:
- A very good salesmen
- Full of s…
So Is NutriCellix A Scam?
As much as I would love to give you an answer right now, I can’t.
So time will tell with this one, within the next year or so we will know whether there’s any chance this company will last.
I don’t think they are a pyramid scheme like Goldmine369 for example, but I also don’t think it’s designed to help you earn, considering the products on offer.
But having tried MLM’s in the past I know that those with a product that sucks and is hard to sell, just increases the odds of you not profiting.
Bo Is A No Go
Now no offence to Bo or his team but NutriCellix sucks as were all his previous projects.
Then again he is a multi millionaire so I guess he is the one laughing.
Now the likelihood is that this is going to be another MLM that will be hard to sell, and therefore is destined to go into the category of ‘Hard To Profit From MLM’s’.
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