Is Vemma a Scam?- All Exposed!

Is Vemma a Scam?- All Exposed!

I know you wish to find out if Vemma is a Scam otherwise you won’t be here uponIs Vemma a Scam?- All Exposed! searching for answers to this question. This I will do my very best to give a straight and simple answer that would be helpful in your decision. I agree, the web is what I call the wild wild web (WWW), where there is a practical display of strength and domination by clever and smart people. Where often times, the strong feeds on the weak, and there is almost no chance of survival for the weak except that few have decided to be sincere and help those that are coming up.

I don’t know if you can relate to what I am saying, but sadly that is how the internet world is. You could get a ton of information about a certain issue but how to determine the truth in this information can be very challenging especially when you have so much information at your disposal. However, there is a way; common sense! Yes, common sense will usually tell you if someone is telling you the truth after doing a lot of research, but at times our greed gets in the way of objective judgment. Then the only way to find your way around the internet is to be open-minded and try not to be overly interested or opinionated about anything.

So, is Vemma a Scam? We shall see in the course of this review but would like to start this way:

What is Vemma?

Vemma is into health and fitness products such as energy drinks, nutritional beverages, and weight management products. They adopt the MLM system of selling, by recruiting members and making them recruit and sell the product as well, and the same thing is also expected of the next recruit and so on. It is owned by Brad Wayment and Yibang Wang.

How does it Work?

Like I said earlier, Vemma markets its products and recruits to add to their sales force. It offersIs Vemma a Scam?- All Exposed! long and short term income, based on the typical MLM structure. And it will require about $500 to $1000 to get started depending on which kit you wish to start with.

From what I gathered, they have plenty of products to select from, whether for personal use or to market. They also provide a back office or personal office website for every participant to operate from, where they will find marketing tools such as banners, videos, and training materials as well; one can also monitor their downlines’ progress and much more through the website. This is a typical MLM marketing tactics and structure. I also understand that the marketing or advertising materials are not limited to soft copies only but you can also get hard copies of these marketing materials.

There referral commission is very good than average commissions rate. These are basically how they operate and just about the good part of it.

Who Can Enroll?

If you are already fine with MLM principles and system then you might want to join. Why I said being ‘fine ‘with MLM, I mean being familiar with how it works practically and therefore you shouldn’t expect too much than you should. Because there is the need to let you know just in case you don’t know that you are expected to maintain a certain amount of sales in order to remain active otherwise you will be out of business. And to do so, that means you have to be buying a certain amount of products every month whether you have used up or sold the ones you purchased previously, it doesn’t matter, all that matters is to make sure that you keep on maintaining your level of monthly purchase.

In case you are not able to meet up the monthly purchase, which means everything ceases to be especially no referral commissions coming. That sounds like one has to be a lot buoyant to be able to stay afloat with this business until your business is set or well established by selling more products and with a lot of recruits.

So, anyone that has the knowledge of MLM system of operation and feels comfortable with it can enroll. But for a newbie who wants to join; that is why I highlighted some and critical part of their operations here in order for you to know if you can cope with the system, just to chip in, your success entirely depends on how many people you are able to recruit.

Let’s quickly look at the pros and cons of Vemma;


  • There is a provision of marketing tools or materials, both physical and softcopy of them
  • There are training for a new person and even for existing members in order to develop personal marketing skills
  • Website back office is provided
  • Commissions for referrals are good
  • There are many products to choose and market


  • The startup price is quite substantial and might be too much for some folks
  • Basically, your income and success depend on the performance of others, therefore, you have to keep on encouraging and pushing them to be active even as you work on your own business too, otherwise, there will be a hole in your own income pocket, you know what mean?
  • This one I don’t like at all, but sadly that is the truth; you have to keep on buying a certain amount worth of products every month in order to be active. This could be a substantial amount of money we are talking about here, regardless you sale or not, you have to just buy monthly.

Is Vemma a Scam?

Vemma is not a scam even though some aggrieved members might want to call it that. A scam is practically something that was designed in the pretext that it could make you money in order to lure you into investing in it. But Vemma actually has products, but I would only say it is a difficult kind of business to succeed in. So, Vemma is not a scam but I will not advise anyone that really wants to make money to go into it, my opinion, though.


Friend, I have tried to be as honest as possible about Vemma, but one other thing I have not been entirely honest about is how the company was investigated by FTC because it was considered to be an illegal pyramid scheme, you can read about it here, however, somehow they were able to keep on operating under certain conditions.

There are also numerous complaints about the member for not making money even though they spend so much and work twice as much. But this is MLM for you; very few people usually enjoy and reap the juicy part while the majorities that are always at the bottom suffer the brunt. Members are also encouraged to buy training DVDs that will help them advance in marketing but it is not made compulsory.

Members also complain about hearing about the result but never seen one person that has really succeeded with this. But they are wrong, there are people that have succeeded but they are not many, maybe like 5%.  So, you don’t expect to be seeing these people everywhere or close to you because they are not close to you but at the top of the pyramid. Maybe, the ones close to them on the pyramid will actually see them, the only thing that gets to them from you is your hard work, while you are expected to build your own pyramid down in order to earn as they do.

I do not want to go into statistics of people that make money and those that do not make money with Vemma. The only thing I can tell you is that the possibility of you making it with Vemma is like 22%, now with that kind of chance in percentage I guess is not encouraging.

I tell you what; I have an alternative recommendation which happens to be my number one actually. It is a program that teaches anyone on how to become an affiliate marketer based on your passion. It is an opportunity where you can build your own online business and have a total control over it. You will make money from affiliate products commissions. If you wish to give it a try, then I invite you to click right here and register for FREE and let’s make you own an online business.

If you have any question, comment or contribution, do feel free to post it in the comment box below.

8 thoughts on “Is Vemma a Scam?- All Exposed!

  1. Thanks so much for the great post. It was very informative, and I learned so much. I will be staying away from Vemma, and plan to take your advice and give Wealthy Affiliate a try. I have heard great things, and may have just sold me

    What does it cost to join?



    1. Hello, Chris, I am glad I was able to get you informed with my article. As for joining Wealthy Affiliate, it is FREE to join, unless you find it necessary to upgrade to a premium membership which happens to be the only paid membership level. And that will cost you $49 per month but you could get a bonus of early registration (if you upgrade within the first 7 days of registration) by getting it for $19 instead for the first month.

  2. great article, dude! I learned quite a bit from your informative and detailed opinion surrounding the Vemma company. Some MLMs can be a little sketchy, so it’s always good to keep our eyes wide open for pyramid schemes and other shady activity. Thank you so much!

  3. Hi Nnamdi,
    Interesting… I’ve read about several pyramid schemes being legit and even know a bunch of friends who do work for them (moms who do the work in the evenings when their kids are in bed), and now I read about about how Vemma isn’t legit. Good to keep our eyes open and not get suckered into it.
    One question for you – what is MLM? I’ve never heard of the term.

    1. MLM stands for Multi Level Marketing, which is usually a pyramid system of marketing, that is why it is called ”Multi-level” because you have to keep on recruiting and recruiting until you will have so many downlines that are on different levels. Basically, that is the major way of making money with such system or MLM.

  4. I’ve never liked MLM schemes and never will. The thought of buying a certain amount of products just turns me off completely. On top of that I have to keep encouraging my downline as well as run my own business. Ugh, it’s just not for me. I agree, Wealthy Affiliate is a much better option. Thanks for sharing.

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