Anyone Familiar with "Juice Plus?"

Updated on November 01, 2011
X.O. asks from Naperville, IL
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A nurse at my husband's work gave him a packet of information today (intended for me), as she thinks I should sell it. I am usually skeptical of these types of things, but would be interested to hear what real-life opinions exist. Has anyone ever sold it? I haven't sold ANYTHING since I was in high school.

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Thank you, ladies! This is exactly the type of feedback I was hoping for! Keep 'em coming--having a hard time convincing hubby that it is not a great idea.

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answers from Colorado Springs on

I have friends who use it and swear by it. I also have friends who have used it and were always sick. That confused me. But, the ones I know now who use it have seen great healing with it. I have never personally tried it though.

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answers from San Antonio on

we were given the information and a sample. even though i had the money, i bought it at sams for much less.

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answers from Dallas on

To take it - it is great! To sell it - it is a pyramid scheme. I've sold it and unless you are a marketing guru and have multiple, multiple parties you will make no money. I only sold it to get mine at a reduced cost.

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answers from Dallas on

Don't go into a multi-level marketing company unless the product is something you have a passion for.
Do the research on the company and others like it. Juice Plus has a few published research articles to it's credit. But there are others with more and better compensation plans.
Edited. Legitimate multilevel companies are not pyramid schemes. MLM has been taught at Harvard for heaven's sake! Of course most people are not going to do the work required to be successful at it. And most can't take the rejection ( as expressed so often here.) People don't mind paying enormous markups at stores, but they don't want an individual to make a dime profit.

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answers from Boca Raton on

My boyfriend and his sister in law decided to try and sell it, but like many who try these sorts of things they gave up quickly. I took it for awhile myself, the they have two kinds, a fruit blend and vegetable blend... The vegetable one made me burp a wee bit, made it smell like Italian seasoning.

But supposedly its a replacement for vegetable and fruit servings.

That's really all I can tell you.

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answers from Topeka on

My daughter was going to attempt to sell it but I don't think it ever really came to anything...basically she was just pleased to be able to get the Juice Plus for herself at a reduced price. I would be hesitant to invest the money in one of those "schemes" almost seems like a pyramid scheme to me....they pressure you to enlist more and more people to sell their product.

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answers from Dallas on

I have a business selling another product. I attended a "Juice Plus" informative meeting before I made my choice. You should be able to do the same, or sit down with the distributor and get your questions answered. If it resonates with you then I would say try it first. If you believe in it then you will more likely be able to sell (or at least talk about it comfortably). I can't sell worth a hoot, but I am happy to tell people (if they are interested) in something I believe in.

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answers from Lakeland on

I know a woman that sells them through our chiropractor’s office. They are pretty good supplements and they make gummy's for kids. I see them for sale in so many different places.

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