Some of you have expressed concerns that there may be a Xango Scam in the works here.
I’m about to reveal this company for what it really is.
Xango was founded just a few years ago in September of 2002 by a team of brothers. These guys have quite a history. Originally from Canada, the Morton Brothers, Joe and Gordon are no strangers to network marketing. As young boys they helped there father, a manager for Nature’s Sunshine (An MLM Company), open up a Canadian division of operations.
They fell in love with the business model and were destined to make their mark in the industry.
As a very young man, Joe was employed as a country manager for Enrich (Yes, another network marketing company) and relocated to Thailand. It was here where Joe was exposed to the taste, folklore and health benefits of the Mangosteen fruit.
Joe, Gordon and a few other key founding partners, met in Utah to discuss the viability of bringing the Mangosteen fruit to the world in the form of a health drink. They had the fruit analyzed by another brother, Dr. Morton, who confirmed the powerful research and scientific data behind the fruit. They knew they had a winner on their hands.
Some say the Xango scam consists of an overpriced beverage that promises health benefits that haven’t been proven to deliver.
Xango, does in fact contain a high concentration of Xanthones which are powerful Phytonutrients found in plants. Phytonutrients have long been thought to promote health. The term Xango is a combination of the word Xanthones and Mangosteen.
Does an overpriced product constitute a xango scam? I’ts my opinion that the market is a great judge of price. If a product is overpriced, it won’t sell. In this light, Xango is not overpriced. According to company reports, Xango has generated over 1.5 billion dollars in revenue since inception.
Do unsubstantiated claims constitute a xango scam? If the company was advertising that this product cures cancer, they might be in trouble as there is no data to back that up. Xango management is fully aware of this and is very careful not to make claims they cannot back up.
You may hear an unsubstantiated claim or 2 from a rep, but you’ll have to be the judge on those. The company steers clear of any controversy.
THE VERDICT ON THE XANGO SCAM
Simply put, there isn’t one. Xango is a legitimate company that boasts over 1 million distributors and does business in 34 countries. Since the company started they have set aside 7% of profits to give back to charities for kids.
If you’ve been worried about a Xango Scam, you can relax. This is a great company that’s made a huge splash in the marketplace.
That being said, if you want to be successful with this company, please realize that it’s not as easy as telling a few friends that will tell a few more.
You need to be able to reach mass numbers of people with your marketing message.
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