- Usana was founded in 1992 by Chairman Myron Wentz, Ph.D.
- Based Utah.
- Has been on Forbes’ 200 best companies multiple times.
- Start-up cost is $200 for a business center and $19 for a business kit.
They specialize in disposable products. They market everything from food to nutritional products to personal care. Every company will have positive and negative reviews on their product but the products seem to have a strong majority in the positive column.
The Compensation Plan
There are many ways one can make money with this company.
A distributor can earn money selling the products retail which the member sets themselves. They can also be eligible for many bonuses including “matching bonuses” that are 100% commission. And of course, you can make up to 20% commission on your organization and preferred customers.
Final Thoughts on Usana
Its best asset is that it’s been around for almost 20 years, so it has longevity. That should say something about the management and or the product. However, even with recent reviews, it appears that Usana has still not taken advantage of the internet by recommending their distributors to take the “family and friends” to marketing their business.
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