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JEUNESSE Are Jeunesse Distributors Telling Lies?

Jeunesse Global is a Florida-based multi-level marketing (MLM)  company that sells anti-aging products through more than half a million distributors.  According to critics such as, these distributors make false and deceptive claims to sell product and sign up new distributors.  Is that true? Share your opinion below.

(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  Jeunesse distributors are liars, according to Truth in Advertising ( and other critics of the fast-growing multi-level marketing company.

They make false and deceptive health claims about their products and misrepresent the income being attained by Jeunesse distributors.

According to some, these distributors will say or do practically anything to get your money.

Are you familiar with the thisMLM opportunity and its distributors?  Please share your opinion below.

Jeunesse MLMers:  Generation Young or Generation Scam?

jeunesse We are Jeunesse. We are Generation Young. – J. Global website

According to the company website, after having achieved “tremendous success in other enterprises,” Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis emerged from retirement to launch Jeunesse on September 09, 2009.

Their motivation?  Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis were “eager to share their revolutionary youth enhancement products with the world.”

Since Randy and Wendy were eager to give back, they “set out to create one of the most rewarding compensation plans in the direct selling industry. The result: a cutting-edge, global platform that has harnessed the power of technology to share innovative products, training and support…”

Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis have “created a global movement that empowers people to reach their full potential…”

The company claims it has more than half a million distributors in 215 countries and territories, and has set a goal of a billion dollars in sales for 2015.

According to the Truth in Advertising website:

The company markets anti-aging products that include supplements, creams and gels that it refers to as a Youth Enhancement System (Y.E.S.). The system is comprised of six product lines it says is based on stem cell innovation, DNA repair, and telomere maintenance that provide “unmatched results.”

Truth in Advertising ( claims the company and its distributors are using unlawful health claims, incredible earnings claims, and bogus before-and-after pictures in their pursuit of the Almighty Dollar.

Do Jeunesse Distributors Make Unlawful Health Claims?

Truth in Advertising claims they’ve documented more than 100 instances by inappropriate health claims made by the company and its distributors:

…Marketing supplements as having the ability to treat, cure, alleviate the symptoms of, prevent, or reduce the risk of developing diseases is simply not permitted by law. But that hasn’t stopped a multitude of Jeunesse distributors from claiming that its products can cure cancer, lower blood pressure, disappear psoriasis and treat a host of other diseases.

Do Jeunesse Distributors Make Outrageous Earnings Claims?
This video compilation shows some aggressive Jeunesse distributors in action:

Truth in Advertising claims its has amassed a database of incredible earnings claims made by Jeun. distributors, including these:

“Jeunesse Is paying us over a million a year!”

“$2,000, $3,000, $10,000, $20,000, $50,000, $100,000 – you can do it with Jeunesse.”

“It’s a proven plan. With as many as six streams of income. People are making $26,250 a week – a week. Think of what you could do with that.”

“Average diamond makes over a million dollars a year. I hit diamond right after my year marker. And this is life changing.”

(J. distributors:  Is this typical?  Have you heard these claims?  Do you use them?  Please comment below).

Do Jeunesse Distributors Use Phony Before and After Photos?

Jeunesse before and after

Truth in Advertising claims:

One of the ways that some Jeunesse distributors market their business and sell their wares is by using before and after pictures of people who say they used the product to show the dramatic effects that the products can have on a person’s skin. However, some of the images being used can also be found on websites for health care providers (such as plastic surgeons) and in stock images.

What do you think?  Are these distributors part of an exciting global rejuvenation movement or just a bunch of greedy snake-oil salesmen and women?

Share your thoughts below.

READ Truth in Advertising’s What You Should Know about Jeunesse Global



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