MonaVie is Not Convenient

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Every now and again, you’ll hear a MonaVie distributor claim that MonaVie is convenient is some way. This is a bewildering claim to make. Let’s look at this “convenience” claim of MonaVie.

MonaVie requires:

  • Constant Refrigeration – Even before opening the product refrigeration is necessary. Since MonaVie provides extensive discounts for bulk purchases, be prepared to give up a lot of fridge space and/or even get another fridge. The wine bottle shape is not the more efficient for storing a case in the fridge either.
  • Measuring – The recommendation is to drink two ounce servings. This means measuring or pouring into a shot glass – either one is less convenient (and less thirst quenching) than a typical 8 ounce serving of juice. Also, since MonaVie is so expensive (retail price of around $1.80 an ounce) spilling a few drops, or not measuring accurately, gets expensive.
  • Locating MonaVie – Typically a consumer puts their juice in their cart at the grocery store. This has proven so convenient for so many people that they do it with all sorts of products including bread, milk, and cheese. Those who don’t want to go to the grocery can often have it delivered to their home. For most it’s freedom of choice, and an option to pick up the product in 15 minutes. MonaVie, on the other hand, doesn’t put its product in a convenient place like a store with other products. You have to look for a distributor and pay a shipping charge. If you want MonaVie 15 minutes from reading this article your best bet is look on Craigslist and hope its listed.
  • Lack of Portability – It’s hard to bring MonaVie with you. Most women can’t fit a 25 ounce bottle in their purse. I have to come across a purse with refrigeration – though refrigerated purses is a more sensible business idea than selling MonaVie since 99.64% of people lose money.

In contract to MonaVie, there is an apple. It requires no refrigeration, no measuring, is widely available, and incredibly portable. If it was more convenient it would eat itself for you.

Some people are sticklers on juice though. I get that. Maybe their teeth aren’t good, don’t want to cut up an apple, and haven’t figured out how easy it is to peel a banana. If you must have a juice there are a number of fruit blends at your grocery store (widely available) that require no refrigeration until after opening (more convenient than having to refrigerate before and after opening), require no measuring, and won’t drain your wallet.

The only reason why someone would say that MonaVie is convenient is because they want to sell you some.

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MonaVie Tries to Suppress the Truth

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In recent years, it seems like MonaVie and/or its distributor organization is trying harder and harder to whitewash information about the company and the product.

For those unfamiliar with the term whitewash allow me to quote a few bits from Wikipedia:

“To whitewash is to gloss over or cover up vices, crimes or scandals or to exonerate by means of a perfunctory investigation or through biased presentation of data. It is especially used in the context of corporations, governments or other organizations.

Modern Usage
Many dictatorships and authoritarian states, as well as democratic countries, have used the method of whitewash in order to glorify the results.

During the Soviet-era, Stalin adjusted photographs of himself with Lenin, in order to position himself closer as to give an impression of a closer relationship between the two.”

Here is a brief recap of the whitewashing and other information control tactics:

  1. Purple Horror gets Whitewashed – One of the most popular, and critical, websites about MonaVie had all its comments scrubbed clean and replaced with a few promotional videos. Google ranked on the first page for the term “MonaVie”, which clearly was detrimental MonaVie’s business.

    The website isn’t making an announcement why it removed thousands of hours of useful information. The most logical suggestion I can think of is that the owner was coerced (through money or threats of violence) to remove the information.

  2. MonaVie asks Distributors Not to Link or Click on this Site – Amthrax has a fantastic article, MonaVie Does Not Want You To Read Or Link To Negative Websites. It exposes a letter that MonaVie sent out to distributors to “manage their reputation.” In it they say the following:

    “Online Reputation Management consists of managing what people see on the Internet when they are researching the company.

    MonaVie’s corporate team is very active in managing our online reputation. Over the last several months, we’ve seen great improvements on the search results pages by promoting some of MonaVie’s corporate websites, which, in turn, push down negative websites. When searching for “MonaVie” on search engines, the first several pages are filled with MonaVie product microsites, social networks, and other corporate websites.

    MonaVie Corporate can do a lot of the Online Reputation Management, but Google looks to see what the masses are saying about a company, not just Corporate.”

  3. Frivolous Legal Threats – A controversial article called the product’s value into question, MonaVie threatened frivolous legal action specifically citing the highly visible first page of Google’s search results.
  4. MonaVie Blackmails – MonaVie or a distributor for MonaVie attempted to blackmail this person into removing the information from the articles and this website. If the frivolous lawsuits don’t work, the company and/or followers decide to take matters into their own hands to try to get the information expunged.
  5. Orrin Woodward Looks to Whitewash History with AmwayOrrin Woodward’s Team and their close association with MonaVie deserves a mention for whitewashing the past too.
  6. The case of Mitch Biggs – When I told MonaVie that one of their most senior distributors, Mitch Biggs, was violating the law, I got no response other than their legal/compliance team would look into it. The offending material was simply deleted. Mitch Biggs who should have known better is still allowed to keep the MonaVie business that appears to have built on lying to consumers.

While it may not be a case of whitewashing like the above examples, it is important to note that MonaVie Admits AIBMR is the Only Source of Their Biased “Research”. They direct you to AIBMR, because it is attached to Alexander Schauss, a MonaVie boardmember. Distributors are not encouraged to research the product on their own. This way distributors won’t come across the information on this site, or other sources such as research that shows MonaVie to be dangerous or independent tests that show Originally posted 2010-11-28 04:30:34. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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4 Ounces of MonaVie is a Serving of Fruit

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MonaVie distributors often say that drinking four ounces of MonaVie is like eating 13 fruits. When they say this, they are mistaken. The actual claim is the “antioxidant equivalent of 13 fruits.” As we’ve seen before drinking MonaVie is not equal to eating 13 fruits. In fact you have to drink 9 ounces to have the antioxidant equivalent of a single apple.

Once you discard MonaVie’s misleading marketing practices of using the “antioxidant equivalent” modifier, you are left with the question of, “How many of servings of fruit is there in 4 ounces of MonaVie?” The answer is 1. MonaVie distributors may dispute that number, but here is the irrefutable evidence that it is indeed just 1:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (commonly known as the CDC) has created a website called Fruits and Veggies Matter. As you can see the website’s “.gov” domain indicating its affiliation with the US Government. This website partners with other government organizations such as the USDA and the FDA to ensure that information on it is accurate and reputable. In short, this reference should serve as the highest standard of evidence available.

There is a FAQ on the website designed to help consumers make wise choices about fruits and vegetables. One of the questions is:

“Q: Does fruit juice count towards my recommended fruit intake?
A: While 100% juice can count towards your intake, the majority of your choices should be whole or cut-up fruits (fresh, frozen, canned, or dried). These fruit choices are better options because they contain dietary fiber. ½ cup (4 fluid ounces) of 100% fruit juice does count as ½ cup of fruit in meeting your requirements.

Also, from the program guidelines:

“One portion of product must contain at least one serving of fruit or vegetable. One serving of fruit or vegetable is defined as… 4 oz/½ Cup 100% fruit or vegetable juice.

I’ve highlighted the important parts in bold. MonaVie is 100% fruit juice. Thus four ounces of MonaVie is a single serving of fruit.

Now that we’ve solved that important question, let’s look back on the other things that came up in the research. There was this quote, “majority of your choices should be whole or cut-up fruits (fresh, frozen, canned, or dried). These fruit choices are better options because they contain dietary fiber.” It is important to note that while 4 ounces may count as a single serving of fruit, it is considered to be less beneficial than other forms of fruit because MonaVie contains very little fiber.

Furthermore it was mentioned that “½ cup (4 fluid ounces) of 100% fruit juice does count as ½ cup of fruit.” Here are some examples of what the reputable government website listed as equal to a 1/2 cup of fruit/veggies:

  • 1 snack container of applesauce (4oz)
  • 6 baby carrots
  • 1 small box (1/4 cup) of raisins

Four ounces of MonaVie can cost anywhere between $3.20 and $7.20 depending if you buy a bulk order of it at around $1,000 or if you buy a single bottle at the suggested retail price. Since most people don’t buy $1,000 of the juice at one time, a reasonable average is around $5 (about $32 a bottle). How much does a small box of raisins, 6 baby carrots, or a snack size container of applesauce cost? For a lot less than a dollar you can save $4 and get all that fiber that you are missing out on when you choose MonaVie.

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MonaVie Distributor Glenn Siesser Threatens to Kill Me

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For a few weeks, I’ve been procrastinating on publishing this. However, given recent events of MonaVie blackmailing me it seems necessary to put this out there in case Glenn Siesser (or any one else affiliated with MonaVie) tries to make good on his threats.

Glenn Siesser left a comment on my Acavie post of:

“People are watching you, following you and marking you. You game will soon come to an end so hopefully you will be smart enough to drop your curtains before they are dropped for you.”

What most people didn’t see are the private emails he sent to me. The threats continued. Here are some quotes from various emails:

“…why dont you step into the octagon with me yu (sic) pencil neck geek and i show u what a reall man is made of… i’m gonna pay u a vist!”

“I’m coming out to see you….kets (sic) step in the ring u [female genetalia]….yu better run.”

“You like eating your steak with a straw I guess.”

“Get your straws ready”

At least he’s stepped down from the curtains-for-you talk to finding me and beating me up.

Now Glenn Siesser has previously pleaded guilty for penny stock fraud. And just the other day we saw that Glenn “struggled with drug and alcohol addiction for more than 30 years”

Glenn is clearly still committing fraud by telling lies about MonaVie on Facebook:

If he doesn’t understand why it is a lie, I would advise him to read this article.

These are the kind of people who get involved with MonaVie.

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Distributor Ian Reid Marketing MonaVie Illegally on Facebook

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[Note: Another anonymous source has pointed me towards some information that is being spread on Facebook… I appreciate all the help people…]

Though this person is careful not to mention the name “MonaVie” (see the final paragraph, “You will notice that i do not disclose the name of the product”) it is clear by the “19 different fruit juices” that the juice he is writing about is MonaVie.

Here are some of illegal lies that he tells:

  • “clinically proven to fight cancer, heart disease, arthritis pain and improve energy levels” (it not clinically proven to do any of the above)
  • “clinically proven and recognized in medical journals around the world.” (it is not either of the two)
  • “this product will help our parents and families to live a higher quality of life.” (this is an unproven lie)

So go read it here. Better yet, send him a message on Facebook that not mentioning the product’s name doesn’t grant him amnesty. Or… just give him a call and tell him that he’s breaking the law.

“Could This Juice Really Work”

“First of all, I’m on it and I feel great.

So there’s this juice right…

The product is a blended fruit juice whose components are clinically proven to fight cancer, heart disease, arthritis pain and improve energy levels, to name a few.

I started drinking it daily about a month ago and i honestly feel better. Im sleeping better, i have more energy. What’s also incredible is the number of positive testimonials i have received in the short time that i have been distributing this juice. Friends and family alike are benefiting from this product.

The juice is a blend of 19 different fruit juices all formulated to create an extremely potent combination of antioxidants, phyto-nutrients and an arms length list of other goodies. The big hitter of the 19 fruits is the Acai berry, which I’m sure you’ve heard of. This berry is found in the rain forests of Brazil and is famous for its incredible antioxidant properties.

This juice has been clinically proven to improve one’s quality of life and the testimonials are incredible. Of course you’ve seen T.V. testimonials from other products and I know there are some D grade actors mixed in there, but, when its people you know and care about that are receiving real life changing benefits from drinking this juice, you really start to think.

Most of the people I’m sending this message to are 25-35 years old and may not be facing many of these problems, but we all have family that would benefit from trying it out.

You can’t buy it in stores. It is only available via direct selling or network marketing. Those of you skeptical of multi level management companies I understand…as soon as you see a payment structure in the shape of a pyramid; you think it’s a scam. The difference with this one is that there is an actual product that not only works, but is also clinically proven and recognized in medical journals around the world.

You can’t deny that society is shifting towards the healthy side. It’s been shifting for the past few years now, we all see it, and so do the markets. The health and wellness industry is slated to become the next trillion-dollar industry.

This is E-Z talking here and I’m not trying to scam you…I’m caring about you and wanting you to seriously consider trying this product and maybe even getting involved in this company. If you think your feeling great and eat a balanced diet and don’t need to drink it that’s fine, but this product will help our parents and families to live a higher quality of life.

P.S.
Did I come on too strong?

You will notice that i do not disclose the name of the product….its not a secret…I am simply not allowed as a distributor to openly promote this product using marketing medium such as facebizzy…so if you would like to know more about this product please call join this group or call/email me.

250-661-3451
250-590-7698
etothez@hotmail.com

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MonaVie Admits AIBMR is the Only Source of Their Biased “Research”

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The following is an email from MonaVie Product Specialist Erica Bryant sent to distributors. I would like to thank an anonymous contributor for sending it along.

One of the things that catches the eye is the tight integration between MonaVie, TEAM, AIBMR, and Dr. Alex Schauss. It’s interesting that all 10 “research” articles recommended by MonaVie have MonaVie’s own Dr. Alex Schauss in them… you can’t get more biased. Another interesting thing is that MonaVie directs distributors to AIBMR as “the website to check when new studies, articles, or books are published.” No one else outside of this Dr. Alex Schauss-biased organization will be producing any “research” as they say “All science and research can be found on www.aibmr.com.”

Furthermore, it’s interesting that MonaVie treats biased “research” on acai, as something that distributors should be talking about. It is once again worth reiterating that MonaVie is not acai and acai is not MonaVie.

Distributors,

Hi, it was nice to meet you at the TEAM leadership conference! Thank you for signing up for product information, science, and research on the products.

For those of you who requested product FAQ’s, these are found in your Virtual Office. Sign into your virtual office with your distributor ID and password. On the left hand side, click on “Corporate” and “document library” will pop up below under resources. Click on “Document Library” and scroll to the bottom of the page. All of the FAQs (except for Emv lite) should be listed. If you still can’t find the FAQ’s, let me know, and I will help you navigate (email productquestions@monavie.com).

All science and research can be found on www.aibmr.com. I attached some additional documents to this email that you might be interested in. The Pulse study summary, ROM (Range of Motion) summary and poster are studies that are in progress. The MonaVie antioxidant summary is a summary of the In Vitro In Vivo published study. The açai poster talks about the safety of MonaVie Active, and then I included the glycemic index results as well (also available on www.monavie.com from a link).

Here is some Scientific Literature on açai and MonaVie found on www.aibmr.com. This is the website to check when new studies, articles, or books are published. Not all of the studies are available for free, some you may have to look up online and download for a fee (copyright law) if you want access to the full study, especially the newer studies published this year.

  1. Schauss, A. G., Wu, X., Prior, R. L., Ou, B., Patel, D., Huang, D. and Kababick, J. P. 2006. Phytochemical and nutrient composition of the freeze-dried amazonian palm berry, Euterpe oleraceae mart. (acai). J Agric Food Chem 54: 8598-603.
  2. Schauss, A. G., Wu, X., Prior, R. L., Ou, B., Huang, D., Owens, J., Agarwal, A., Jensen, G. S., Hart, A. N. and Shanbrom, E. 2006. Antioxidant capacity and other bioactivities of the freeze-dried amazonian palm berry, Euterpe oleraceae mart. (açai). J Agric Food Chem 54: 8604-10.
  3. Jensen GS, Patterson KM, Barnes J, Certer SG, Wu, W, Scherwitz L, Beaman R, Endres JR, Schauss AG. In vitro and in vivo antioxidant and anti-inflammatory capacity of an antioxidant-rich fruit and berry juice blend. Results of a pilot and randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, 2008, 56(18): 8326–8333.
  4. Honzel D, Carter SG, Redman KA, Schauss AG, Endres J, and Jensen GS. Comparison of chemical and cell-based antioxidant methods for evaluation of foods and natural products: Generating multifaceted data by parallel testing using erythrocytes and polymorphonuclear cells. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, 2008, 56(18): 8319–8325.
  5. Schauss AG, Wu X, Jensen GS. Increased Antioxidant Capacity and Inhibition of Lipid Peroxidation in Healthy Adults Consuming an Açai (Euterpe oleracea) Fruit-Based Juice. Proc. IInd IS on Human Health Effects of F&V Ed.: B. Patil. Acta Hort. 841, ISHS 2009.
  6. Schauss AG, Clewell A, Balogh L, Szakonyi IP, Financsek I, Horvath J, Thuroczy J, Beres E, Vertesi A, Hirka G. Safety evaluation of an açai-fortified fruit and berry functional juice beverage (Monavie Active®). Toxicol. 2010 May 6 [Epub ahead of print]
  7. Kang J, Li Z, Wu T, Jensen GS, Schauss AG, Wu X. Anti-oxidant capacities of flavonoid compounds isolated from açai pulp (Euterpe oleracea Mart.). Food Chem. 2010;122:610-617.
  8. Schauss AG, Jensen GS, Wu X. Acai (Euterpe oleracea): An Amazonian palm fruit with broad antioxidant activity. Evidence of antioxidant availability and anti-inflammatory activity based on a series of bioassays and clinical pilot studies to test a complex natural fruit product. In: Flavor and Health Benefits of Small Fruit. Qian M, Rimando A [eds.] American Chemical Society (ACS) Symposium Series: Oxford University Press, 2010. Chapter 13, pp 213-223.
  9. Sun X, Seeberger J, Albericol T, Schauss AG, Zou S. Açai palm fruit (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) pulp improves survival of flies on a high fat diet. Exp Gerontol. 2010;45:243-251.
  10. Schauss AG. A macro and nutrient rich palm fruit from the Amazon rain forest with demonstrated bioactivities in vitro and in vivo. In: Watson RR, Preedy VR, eds. Bioactive Foods in Promoting Health. Oxford: Academic Press; 2009; p. 479–490.

If you have any specific product questions, please send an email to productquestions@monavie.com.

Please feel free to contact me with further questions or assistance. Thank you,

ERICA BRYANT
product specialist, technical services
product management

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Illegal Lies from Monavie Distributor Jeff Cordeiro

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[This post is 99% the work of frequent commenter Vogel and is told from his point of view. You can find the inspiration of this post at my original MonaVie post.]

I came across this horrifying claim from an active Monavie distributor by the name of Jeff Cordeiro, who resides in Santa Clarita, CA.

“Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease: According to the USDA, 85% of all chronic or degenerative diseases are caused by oxidative stress or free radical activity. A Double Blind study by Dr. Lou Niles and Dr. Michael Fay shows that MonaVie increases antioxidant activity within the body and cells, and successfully combats oxidative stress; therefore, if used regularly, MonaVie will protect the body from diseases in general and, per this study, heart disease (which is our number one killer) in particular.”

This sickens me! It is a perfect illustration of what the Monavie business is all about. First of all, it’s illegal for a distributor to advertise Monavie as a preventive measure for any disease, and yet Cordeiro does so explicitly. Secondly, The USDA has never said that 85% of chronic diseases are caused by free radicals. Third, Lou Niles and Michael Fay NEVER conducted ANY study on Monavie of any kind. Lastly, Monavie distributor/spokesman Lou Niles is a habitual-offender rapist and child molester, not to mention a doctor-impersonating con-man, and as of late, a prisoner in Nassau County jail.

Corediro also makes this claim:

“Boost the Immune System: MonaVie (M)mūn has been clinically shown to promote proper immune function.”

In fact, no clinical study on Mmun has ever been published anywhere. I had to stop reading at that point for fear that I would vomit and punch a hole in my monitor. I’ll look over the rest of Cordeiro’s disgusting website later. But I couldn’t resist the urge to find out a bit more about Cordeiro and why he may have chosen to become a liar and a thief; and then I found the answer. Cordeiro was one of those fly-by-night mortgage refinancers (and we all know how well-loved and respected they are). That scam ran its course, and not surprisingly, Cordeiro simply switched to a new con game — Monavie!

Corediro is just another lying piece of crap desperado who will take money from people any way he can. His story is so typical of Monavie. Detritus and useless flotsam like Cordeiro always seem to wash up on Monavie’s shore.

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AcaVie – More Scam?

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MonaVie announced that the product that has been reviewed here in the past will change with the addition of AcaVie. Why change it if it was great before? That’s the big question as all the testimonials made it sound able to prevent and cure all kinds of diseases. By changing it, MonaVie acknowledges that it couldn’t have possibly done anything like that.

What is AcaVie?

From MonaVie, we don’t get anything other than marketing, “MonaVie now has a patented brand of acai; it’s called AcaVie, and it’s the most potent form of acai available anywhere in the world. Look for the AcaVie logo on MonaVie premier juice blends, as it’s your personal guarantee that you are getting the most superior acai products ever introduced into the market.”

How do we know it is superior? Well you have to believe the biased word of the manufacturer. Of course Toyota was telling you their cars were superior too before the recalls.

What is the game that MonaVie is playing with AcaVie?

They are giving distributors the ammunition to talk about AcaVie being patented as proof that it’s a quality product. That is not always the case. There are a lot of patented health products that are never tested and proven to be of any benefit to the consumer.

For example, let’s take this patented ArthriSea product. It is Sea Chondroitin and Glucosamine HCL, and it’s name and marketing suggests it may be helpful for arthritis. However, according to Wikipedia:

Due to the popularity of the glucosamine-chondroitin supplement and the apparent lack of reliable information about its usefulness in treating osteoarthritis, the National Institutes of Health funded a study to test the effects of chondroitin and glucosamine on osteoarthritis of the knee. This multicenter, placebo-controlled, double-blind, six month long trial found that glucosamine plus chondroitin had no statistically significant effect on symptoms of osteoarthritis in the overall group of osteoarthritis patients . The control group of patients who took celecoxib (a commonly used osteoarthritis drug) did have a statistically significant improvement in their symptoms. These results indicate that glucosamine and chondroitin do not effectively relieve osteoarthiritic pain in the overall group of osteoarthritis patients.

[The studies are well-cited on Wikipedia for the reader to verify.]

What does ArthriSea have to do with AcaVie?

The conclusion from the above should be obvious. A patent on a product does not make the product any more effective.

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Monavie Lied About Virgin Galactic Promotion

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The following comes from frequent commenter Vogel:

I remember a while back that Monavie was running a promotion in which they were offering top distributors the chance to win a seat on the Virgin Galactic space shuttle. Here are a few examples of distributors using the Virgin Galactic promotion to lure new prospective Monavie distributors:

In the original version of an Inc. magazine article on Monavie, Dallin Larsen was quoted as follows:

“We’ve contracted with Virgin Galactic, and whoever reaches the top will earn a trip to outer space. So we’ll be able to say that MonaVie’s a company that takes you in, around, and out of this world.”

However, I noticed recently that MonaVie retracted the statement and is now denying that they ever had any deal with Virgin Galactic.

“The original version of this story, which appeared in the October 2009 issue, incorrectly stated that MonaVie contracted with Virgin Galactic to send its distributors on a commercial space flight. The two companies do not have a formal contract.”

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Distributors Posting on Blogs

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To all distributors commenting on this blog, I would recommend that you read MonaVie’s Social Media Policy and Procedures:

Distributors may post text and videos on Blogs, Social Networks, and Video Websites so long as he or she has passed our Compliance certification course.

* All text postings must include the Distributor’s name and ID number.”

There are a number of people who admit to being distributors who are not complying with MonaVie’s policy.

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