Is there an Amega Global Scam? You’re about to find out.
I first heard about Amega Global on webinar. I was listening to one of the top internet marketers laugh about how one of his team members had left him to go and sell magic wands. I must admit, I laughed too. I mean, what’s the network marketing industry going to come up with next, right?
But, seriously, just because the initial knee-jerk reaction is to giggle and point fingers, does that really make something a scam? Marconi didn’t think so. Henry Ford didn’t thing so. Kentucky Fried Chicken Tycoon Harland Sanders didn’t think so.
So what’s the scoop? Is there really an Amega global scam?
The short answer is “no”, there is not Amega Global Scam. Here’s how I got there.
I have a very good friend who, literally, is a network marketing superstar. She’s ratcheted checks upwards of 100K per month AND she’s a wellness expert. While she’s not marketing Amega products aggressively, she did tell me a miraculous story about the Amega wand taking away foot pain that she was planning to have surgery for.
I also have another friend who is an extremely talented internet marketer/entrepreneur who swears by these wands as well.
And what abou the management team running this company? Are they some fly by night scam artists that are here today, gone tomorrow?
The answer there is a resounding “No”!
Eric Banks is the president of Amega Global and he’s had an illustrious background in business. He’s had success in industries such as Engineering, world banking and publishing (just to name a few).
Eris is backed by a team of superstar business leaders and I can guarantee you that these professionals are not out to scam anyone.
In summary, due to the amazing testimonials I’ve hear from people I personally know, and the incredibly credible background of the corporate team, it’s safe to conclude that there is absolutely no Amega Global Scam.
Give the products a try. This company just might be the Mega Magic Money Maker you’ve been looking for. 😉