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MonaVie Announces Distributor Healthcare Insurance

June 20, 2009

At the Salt Lake City Regional today, MonaVie announced a distributor healthcare program.

Hmmm… I thought MonaVie juice was so good that it cured all of your ailments? Who needs health insurance when you are on the juice? With the upcoming MonaVie Energy drink, Dallin and crew are always thinking of new ways to get all of your money:

  • MonaVie Juice (Concentrate)
  • MonaVie Energy Drinks
  • Donate to the MORE (to MonaVie) Project
  • MonaVie Health Insurance

When will it end? Until you’ve put your last drop of cash into MonaVie’s pockets?

In addition, Dallin Larsen introduced a new Preferred Customer program whereby people can purchase MonaVie juice concentrate at wholesale prices without becoming distributors. What does this say about the price of the product? Is it a tacit admission that they can’t sell a bottle of MonaVie for $40-45?

Larsen also lowered the requirements to qualify for the super high pin levels. Does this mean that the Diamonds are going backward in their businesses and aren’t requalifying legs on an ongoing basis?

3 Comments leave one →
  1. June 21, 2009 9:16 pm

    I’m waiting for a new improved Monavie program where they will allow you to have your job’s paycheck electronically deposited into a Monavie escrow account.

    Then they can deduct funds for your weekly case of juice, motivation, and give you what’s left in your bank account. That way, if you weren’t thinking of going to a conference, they would make your travel arrangements and remove the temptation to not go to a function! Isn’t that a great idea. They have your best interests at heart, after all. I’m sure the Juice mongers would thank them eventually!

    Minus a small processing fee of course.

  2. Irv permalink
    June 23, 2009 6:33 am

    How funny. From what I can gather, the comoany is offering insurance but they aren’t subsidizing it at all. The premiums will be paid fully by the distributors. I wonder if they’ll add their usual 25-fold markeup on the insurance as well. I agree with rocket. It’s just one more way to bleed their distributors dry.

  3. June 23, 2009 10:27 am

    Here’s more information about the health insurance plan offered by MonaVie. Looks like they are just partnering with eHealthInsurance:

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