Is Voxxlife a Scam? An MLM That Knocks Your Socks Off!
Welcome to my VoxxLife review!
Of all the MLM opportunities that we've reviewed, this has got to be the most unique one yet. I am talking about VoxxLife.
First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any "seemingly good" product.
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Let me be completely transparent with you, I'm not associated with VoxxLife in any form.
So, rest assured that I'm not here to pitch or sell anything to you.
Instead, I'm here to reveal what makes VoxxLife the unique MLM opportunity that it is.
Is VoxxLife a scam, or is it a lucrative business opportunity?
Read on and find out...
VoxxLife Review Summary
Product Name: VoxxLife
Founder: Jay Dhaliwal
Product Type: Athletic Socks and Insoles MLM
Price: Choice of $200 for Bronze Builder Kit or $400 for Silver Builder Kit or $600 for Gold Builder Kit + $40 for Membership Fee
Best For: People who are capable of marketing performance-enhancing athletic products
Summary: VoxxLife is a legitimate MLM company that brings a unique product to the industry: socks embedded with HPT or Human Performance Technology. As much as they backed their claims with studies, I can't recommend this business opportunity to anyone. The reason being is that their products are way more expensive than the big commercial brands like Nike or Under Armour. Second, the income potential is low (and I'll show you why!) Lastly, there seems to be no product training or support given to associates. Without training or support, associates will never know how to market VoxxLife's very technical product line.
What is VoxxLife?
Through Voxx HPT, a specific sequence and pattern of neurotransmitter activation at the bottom of the feet once it’s stepped on and helps in brain-stem homeostasis.
In simpler terms, it’s a sock designed to help alleviate pain, increase strength, performance and endurance, and improve balance without relying on invasive or pharmaceutical products.
Not much is known about the history of the company, except that it was founded by Jay Dhaliwal. He's also the current CEO of the company.
VoxxLife is their company’s, Voxx Sports Inc., first MLM opportunity.
VoxxLife Product Line
VoxxLife brings to the MLM table what no other company is bringing: socks.
But these are not ordinary socks either.
These are embedded with their Voxx HPT, which help improve performance and balance, and alleviate pain.
The Voxx HPT pattern is woven into different iterations of their products, which also include hosiery on top of their footwear accessories.
Now there are two flagship products from VoxxLife: Voxx Stasis and Voxx Sol.
Let’s go a little bit deeper into these products.
Voxx Stasis - $30 to $45 MSRP
Voxx Stasis is their line of athletic performance socks that helps take your athletic performance to whole new levels.
At least, that’s what the company claims.
Its features include:
- Soft touch top that holds the sock in place
- Ergonomic Y-heel that keeps the heel from slipping
- EVongineered 2 zone arch for stability and support
- Advanced nano-tech yarn guards against blisters, offers anti-bacterial protection and moisture resistance
- Ankle hinge for better range of motion and
- Voxx HPT increases strength and balance
Voxx Sol - $45 to $50 MSRP
Voxx Sol is their line of insoles that helps improve balance and optimizes your stability, which greatly aids in alleviating 95% of foot or back pain issues.
The Voxx Sol is also equipped with their Voxx HPT, and are available in medium and large sizes.
Note that customers will also pay for shipping and handling since these products will ship from Canada.
Do The Products Work?
Any product that has anything to do with human performance in any way will always be hit or miss for some people.
It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about athletic wear likes shoes and socks or health supplements that aid in performance and endurance.
For VoxxLife and their line of products, there seems to be a fair share of both positive and negative reviews.
Okay, so VoxxLife may help alleviate foot and back pain, as well as relieve stress during standing for long periods of time.
But as one reviewer said, this product may not be for everyone. And I would have to agree with her on that one.
On to the topic of negative reviews, I was pretty much correct to assume that these products may do nothing at all.
Maybe the claims of how their socks improve quality of life contribute to the placebo effect, which is why it may have “worked” for some people.
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How Do You Make Money With VoxxLife?
Let’s get right down to it.
VoxxLife may have a unique product, but it’s not really that different when we’re talking about how you can make money from their program.
There are three options for its associates to earn via VoxxLife’s program:
- Direct sales
- Sales commissions
- Residual and recruitment commissions
How to Get Started With Voxxlife?
VoxxLife offers wholesale prices and a replicated web store to their associates, so it’s similar to starting up your own business.
There are no monthly requirements to join their business opportunity, which makes it a more decent program compared to other MLM companies.
However, for associates to avail of commissions, they need to make average product purchases of $100 per month.
This is not any form of autoship, so their affiliates still have full control over their product costs. It's their complete discretion whether they want to enjoy the commissions or not.
The cost to join their program is a flat $40 membership fee plus the cost of the builders’ kit.
Now there are three builders kits to choose from.
- Bronze – $200
- Silver – $400
- Gold – $600
When you purchase a kit, you’re given free products as a bonus:
- Bronze – $45 MSRP in products
- Silver – $180 MSRP in products
- Gold – $405 MSRP in products
Voxxlife Compensation Plan
VoxxLife claims that they have the best compensation plan in the market today. I’ll go into a little bit of detail on how their program works.
For their direct sales, their 2017 compensation plan shows that associates get a wholesale discount of 25% on their products.
For example, the MSRP for their Voxx Stasis is $35. Associates are able to get it at a wholesale price of $26.25.
This means that they earn a gross profit of $8.75 for each pair they sell.
On top of profits from direct sales, VoxxLife also offers commissions to increase their associate’s income potential:
- Retail Commissions – VoxxLife associates earn a flat 25% commission on all retail product sales.
- Recruitment Commission – When you sign up and sponsor a new member, you get a commission.
- Residual Commission – This is paid out through a unilevel compensation plan structure.
This video should go into more detail about their compensation plan:
VoxxLife Ugly Truths Revealed!
#1 - VoxxLife Is More Expensive Than Commercial Brands
For VoxxLife, you’re paying around $35 on average for their HPT-embedded socks and insoles.
And I think that’s priced way too high for just a pair of socks.
I went to Amazon and looked up their athletic socks, insoles, and orthotics.
Sports socks from bigger commercial brands like Nike and Under Armour average at around $20 MSRP for at least 6 pairs.
For VoxxLife, you’re paying a minimum of $35 for one pair.
For the insoles, commercial brands retail at around $20 to $50 (for the high-end brands).
VoxxLife’s insoles retails for $45 at the minimum.
You’re looking at price differences of at least $10 to $25 between VoxxLife and the commercial brands.
This makes it a challenge for their associates to sell the VoxxLife product line because let’s be honest:
Would you spend $45 on a pair of socks?
To me, they’re nothing more than fancy and expensive compression socks.
#2 - Low Income Potential
VoxxLife offers a decent compensation plan, and it's more generous compared to the other MLM opportunities out there.
But even without the presence of an income disclosure statement, I think that the income potential for their business opportunity is quite low.
Assuming you are able to market the $45 socks or $50 insoles to the public. You're getting around 25% gross profit margin off of those sales.
To get your money back (supposing you invested $200 for the Bronze Kit), you'd need to sell through at least 5 pairs.
Let's assume that the kit contains the $45 socks. Because I got a wholesale discount of 25%, I'm looking at $11.25 gross profit if I sell out the socks.
That's a total of $56.25 profit.
Let me go deeper. Supposing I sell through the socks in 5 days, so I made $11.25 per day.
Guess how much the federal minimum wage in the USA is?
$7.25 per hour.
$11.25 divided by 8 hours is equal to $1.40 per hour!
I am earning 19.31% LESS THAN THE FEDERAL MINIMUM WAGE for me to sell through just one pair.
To really make this worth my while, I need to sell a pair of socks per hour for 8 hours straight CONSISTENTLY!
#3 - Lack Of Support And Training For Associates
Even though the program is not heavily focused on recruiting people and relies heavily on retail sales, I don't think there's any form of product training or support given to associates.
They have a very technical product, and in order for anyone to market it effectively, they need to be able to understand what the specific functions of the socks are.
At the very least, they need to understand what HPT is all about, which seems to be VoxxLife's product philosophy.
But if an associate is simply left to his or her own devices after signing up, then there's little to no chances of being successful in their business opportunity.
What I Like About VoxxLife?
#1 - They Have Studies To Back Their Claims
Their product appears to be focused on improving athletic performance and also alleviate pressure on the cranial nerves.
This helps in improving an individuals’ functional performance in different tasks.
Normally, their claims would be considered as red flags for something fishy.
But what VoxxLife does is that they are able to back their claims up with independent testing and validation.
These are just some of the studies done on VoxxLife and their HPT products:
- California Sports Institute – 50 subjects in a double-blind study
- Liuna – 69 members using SWAY Medical software
- The Golf Lab – double-blind study of 72 golfers for distance and accuracy improvements
- “3rd party rehab clinics” conducted a “1000-person study … on foot pain and energy levels”
Sadly, majority of these studies are not available to the public, which is a shame since it’d be a great marketing tool.
Is VoxxLife a Scam?
VoxxLife is a legitimate MLM company that provides a somewhat unique product to the market.
As much as they did a good job of backing their claims up with different studies, I can’t recommend their business opportunity to anyone.
First, their products are way more expensive than the big commercial brands like Nike or Under Armour, it would be a challenge for their associates to sell their socks.
No one’s paying $45 for a pair of socks when Nike has 6 pairs for $20, and those are two different marketing challenges in one setting.
To me, they’re nothing more than fancy compression socks and insoles.
Second, the income potential is low. With the help of my computations, I showed you that your gross profit for each sale is less than the federal minimum wage.
You'd need to sell by the volume if you want to make it worth your while.
Lastly, there's no product training or support available to associates. VoxxLife has a very technical product line and it's definitely not intended for anyone who's not familiar with athletic jargon.
Without any form of training or support, associates will never know how to sell the product!
The chances for anyone to succeed in their business opportunity is slim.
But if you’re capable of marketing these products, you could make a good amount of money with their compensation plan.
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