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What Is XS Gold: Part I

September 9, 2008

Keep up on the latest developments on XS Gold in my dedicated XS Gold Category.

Whenever new products were introduced in the business, there was a great amount of buzz. Diamonds would say on stage that, “this is going to explode your business to newer and higher levels!” I remember Magna Bloc being touted as the thing that would cure your headaches, ease your joints, and do host of wonderful things to your body. I bought some of these and I have another name for them, expensive wristband, elbow pad, and knee pad. Can you even buy Magna Bloc products from Amway anymore? A quick search reveals a reference to a discontinued product, Magna Bloc Double-Sided Adhesive Pads (E8928).

What Is XS Gold?

Lately, I’ve been reading a few reports of a new drink coming out from XS, XS Gold. As readers may already know, XS is run in part by WWDB Triple Diamond Greg Duncan, whom I’ve written about several times in the past, and they provide the exclusive energy drink for Amway Global IBOs.

A big unveiling of XS Gold is happening on September 15, 2008. To date, I’ve found only a scant few hints about the product, but here’s what I’ve been able to piece together from people presumably in the know.



It has every berry and antioxident someone would want. So excited for it to come out. One more thing to make money with. Thank you.

If I were a betting man, I would now place a big bet that WWDB Executive Diamond Dean Kosage, contrary to my humor post, is not moving to MonaVie anytime soon.

Why not?

Cause my guess is that XS Gold will be a direct competitor to MonaVie.

Berries and antioxidants? A new functional drink competing with other functional drinks in the market? Yes, methinks Amway Global’s got their new product to compete head to head with the Supreme TEAM Leader, Orrin Woodward and Dallin “Larceny” Larsen.

Will this stem the flow of ex-Amway IBOs going to MonaVie? They may have a competing product, but what about a comparable compensation plan? Amway says it has the best compensation plan in the industry, while Woodward keeps touting that it’s MonaVie which has the best. Now, they can add to the argument which super-charged berry and antioxidant drink is the best. I wonder how much they will charge for the drink. $40/bottle? Retail? IBO Price? What’s the PV/BV on XS Gold?

As for me, I think I’ll sit on the sidelines and watch the show and fireworks.

Update: Quixtar Is A Cult Intervention offers his take on XS Gold on his web site.

15 Comments leave one →
  1. Joecool permalink
    September 9, 2008 11:42 am

    Touche, will Amway be selling $45 acai berry juice?

  2. September 9, 2008 12:32 pm

    Unlikely. I actually am one of those folks that know what that drink is…what flavor it is.

    Again, something useful that came out of the “system”.

    But apparently you’ve already got posts on what it is now don’t you?

    Can’t wait to try the new flavor! 🙂

  3. September 9, 2008 12:58 pm

    Well, everyone will know in just a few short days.

  4. Joecool permalink
    September 9, 2008 3:00 pm

    I read some comments on other blogs. IBOs think that XS gold will help their business “explode”.

    I hope the hype lasts longer than “perfect” water and that the explosion prediction is more accurate than quixtar doing 100 billion in sales. 🙂

  5. September 11, 2008 12:38 pm


    XS Fools Gold is SOYLENT GREEN and every one knows that Soylent Green is people!

  6. September 15, 2008 7:52 am

    Today is the day everyone (who’s listening) will know what XS Gold will be. Will it be a game changer for IBOs or just another me-too product in a sea of similar ones?

  7. September 15, 2008 9:36 am

    Found this comment on YouTube, posted a week ago. Brings credence to my prediction:

    Just had a preliminary taste of the new XS Gold–it’s gonna be a strong competitor to Mona Vie and Xango. Can’t wait for “functional energy” to hit the streets!

  8. Junior permalink
    September 24, 2008 6:23 am

    You can bash XS and amway all you want, but in the end, XS is the number 2 volume energy drink in the world, without advertising. And Amway has paid out 25B in bonuses in the past 50 years.

  9. September 24, 2008 9:54 am

    Junior – Thank you for your comment. How much of XS volume are you contributing to each month? How much of the 25B in bonuses have you acquired since joining the business?

  10. October 30, 2008 2:30 pm


  11. Jake Vertrounie permalink
    February 21, 2009 8:27 pm

    Man, this site is the epidomy of bathroom wall material with absolutely zero credibility. This is the forum for a bunch of failure minded nutcases, some, who got involved with Amway at some point, figured out quickly there’s work involved; weren’t willing to look in the mirror and change. You bunch of disgruntled bugger diggers / fools who have nothing better to do with your time than to criticize Amway, Greg Duncan and everything that represents success through hard work, helping people and adding real value to people’s lives. Amthrax? What an absolute sicko name for a site in an attempt to defame one of the most incredible success stories in America’s history. Amway is going on 50 years now, approaching 8 Billion; the largest online retailer in health & beauty. Man we’ve heard it all from the ridiculous “products are too expensive” to Amway being a cult. Man what world are you people living in? Do you thin the FTC or even the BBB will stamp their approval on Amway if half of what all the critics are claiming is true?

  12. Choyak yakatak permalink
    April 30, 2021 7:15 pm

    Hey jake can I rent a 747 to fly from one end of your MEGA MANSION to the other? You must be a trillionaire already


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