limu pyramid schemeWords like “scheme” and “scam” are pretty harsh, however I wanted to take the time to address the question as to whether or not the limu experience is a pyramid scheme. When people ask this question, what they usually mean to ask is if it is a direct sales and marketing program. If that’s your question, the answer is yes. However, let’s take a moment to really look at what the limu experience actually is and why people across the country are so involved in it.

Is Limu a Scam?

The first thing you should know is that all the products that we promote on this website are products produced by The Limu Company. I created this website to help get the word out there because it’s a product that I enjoy using myself. Does that mean I’m involved in a “pyramid scheme”? I wouldn’t say so. The word “scheme” has a negative connotation to it which would imply that I am trying to do something devious or wrong.

If you take the time to actually research what limu is and the benefits that it yields, you might actually get involved in it yourself. There has been a significant amount of research conducted on the benefits of limu juice and the benefits of fucoidan (one of the main ingredients found in limu). That doesn’t mean you should jump on board right away. In fact, if you’re inclined to approach any sort of network marketing with a skeptical attitude, I wouldn’t recommend joining up at all! Until you’ve taken care of (gotten rid of) any skepticism or pessimism you may have, don’t get involved in any kind of opportunity like Limu.

By reading this article you’re taking your first step in the right direction. Get some research done, see what people have to say about the products and find out for yourself it it’s something that you can back up and support. If you go into this with the mindset of making money because “all you have to do is hire a few people” then you might not make it (although I can’t say that people don’t make it with that attitude). Most entrepreneurs will tell you to do what you love, and that’s some important advice. If you don’t know what you love, find out if you could love promoting limu. Try the products, find out how it helps people and decide for yourself if it’s right for you.

Don’t go around calling Limu a pyramid scheme or some kind of scam. The fact is that people with this kind of skepticism are usually just people who probably lose a lot in life. Rather than spending their time finding a great opportunity and succeeding at it, they spend their time bashing the opportunities that they won’t succeed at.

I often find that people succeed to the degree that they’re willing to work hard and persist. That’s it! You could probably be a successful roofer if you just work hard and persist. You could also potentially succeed as a cashier or an auto mechanic or a software engineer etc., if you just work hard and persist. The same principals apply to network marketing (or “direct sales” or “MLM” or whatever you want to call it). The difference is that a system is put into place to where you don’t have to do all of the leg work. If you’re looking for an opportunity to make money and you want some help, Limu might be for you.

Is Limu Right for You?

If you’re looking for a “get rich quick” kind of a deal, or if you want to make money while doing nothing, then don’t bother trying Limu. You can try the products all you want, but this opportunity probably isn’t for you. I say this here and now because I’d hate to see you go into this with the wrong idea and then leaving with the feeling that you threw away a bunch of money.

If you’re optimistic, self-disciplined, capable of putting in the work, and you actually care about people, this could be a great opportunity for you. I wouldn’t personally consider you qualified unless you had these characteristics. Feel free to contact me if you fit that description!