How To Tell Difference Between A Fraud And Legitimate XO Biz

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This steplist is for people who want to start a legitimate MLM home business with XO Lifestyle Worldwide and are researching XO to determine if is a the best MLM opportunity. 00:00:00
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A fraudulent MLM is based on a non-sustainable revenue model. XO is a successful debt-free company started in 2005. It has tens of thousands of US and international distributors. XO has paid millions in commissions to its distributors and helped thousands of people supplement their incomes and improve their financial security. 00:00:00
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A fraudulent MLM generates income solely by enrolling people and offers no legitimate product or service. XO generates income from the sale of quality products in the following categories: Proprietary acne treatment (SkinHealix Acne Dots), Healthy Dark Chocolate, Energy and Longevity (XE healthy Energy Drink), Weight-Loss (XE High Antioxidant Meal Replacement Shake), and Skin Care/Beauty/Anti-Aging (Xophoria cacao-based skin care system). XO has over 40 products in the development stages. 00:00:00
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An illegal, fraudulent mlm does not pay its distributors unless they have enrolled a certain number of new recruits into the organization. XO pays distributors on their product sales. 00:00:00
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Fraudulent mlms market their opportunity by emphasizing the money that you could earn by recruiting new people and generally ignore the marketing and selling of any products or services. In some cases, a token product is offered in an attempt to escape legal scrutiny. XO employs a business model that allows their distributors to sell their products directly to the consumer. 00:00:00
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Instead of paying for traditional advertising, XO compensates distributors with commissions in return for selling their products. XO distributors have the option of creating their own sales teams but this is not required. If they choose to build a downline, an XO distributor establishes streams of passive income. 00:00:00
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Fraudulent mlms often charge an unreasonable high enrollment fee. XO Healthy Chocolate has a very low $39 start-up fee (as of Aug 2014). 00:00:00
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Representatives of fraudulent mlms are secretive and evasive when asked questions. XO is transparent. Their website, http://www.mxicorp.com has detailed information about their products, executive team, comp plan, distributor rankings, and distributor business tools. 00:00:00
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For more information about the XO Lifestyle Worldwide business opportunity, contact XO at xocai.xocaistore.com, 775-971-9903 or info@xocai.com 00:00:00
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