Is the Beachbody MLM a Coaching Scam?Yep! That is #1 question I get from people (who have never used one of our products): Is the Beachbody MLM a scam, or too good to be true?

Well as with any network marketing business, the validity of the Beachbody MLM opportunity often arises. And because Team Beachbody quickly became ranked as a top ten MLM, people are asking, “Is Beachbody Coaching a scam?” But to answer that question, one only needs to look at the company and people behind it…

Beachbody is a successful 14-year-old, $250+ million corporation based in Southern California. They create and sell the nation’s most popular in-home fitness and weight-loss products. Including, but not limited to, high-quality, well-manufactured DVD workout programs, gear, and nutritional supplements that have been proven to work for thousands of people. When people decide to become a Beachbody Coach, they can be assured that they are partnering with a stable, ethical, and integrity based company that allows them to promote a best-selling brand.

The truth is, for over a decade people have been recommending Beachbody’s products to their friends and family members (without making money for it) because simply stated: they work. Beachbody, being the ethical and upstanding company they are, wanted to compensate their satisfied customers for the best kind of marketing any legitimate business could hope for: peer-to-peer referral. Hence, the Beachbody MLM Opportunity was born. And as for the products and customer service…Beachbody has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Here are just a few of the thousands of people who will be more than happy to show you why the Beachbody MLM is not a scam – but is most definitely a dream home business…


“Real People” Making “Real Money” with a Beachbody Coach Income

Active Military Personnel Becoming Beachbody Coaches



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