1. Chris

    I have to be honest here but I think your score of 4 out of ten maybe a little generous. Any online business model that bases itself on an MLM deserves a low a score as possible…
    I just don’t see the attraction we these sorts of things – it’s like the rich get rich and the poor get poorer.
    Out of interest, what would you recommend as an alternative to this offer?

    • Nnamdi

      I can understand your position Chris, in as much as I think MLM is the rich get richer and the poor get poorer kind of system, but that does not change the fact that it is still a legitimate online business. It is just that the system is not favorable to everyone that is it.

      I will always recommend what I have tested and verified that is good to everyone that would work just as hard to succeed, which is affiliate marketing.

  2. Brok

    Hey Nnamdi,

    This is a fantastic review of Pure Leverage. You did a really good job of explaining the very confusing MLM side of the business.

    I have to say that I’ve been involved with MLM in the past. I honestly did make some money in the program i was involved in, but it was so confusing to keep up with all the hoops to jump through.

    For example you always have to have so many points to stay active and to get certain bonuses you need to sell this much.

    It all ended up being super overwhelming and more of a hassle then it’s worth.

    I agree with you that this company isn’t a scam, but in my opinion MLM is not worth your time. It’s a small group of people making a lot of money, while the rest just try to stay active!

    I see that you recommend a program at the end of the post called Wealthy Affiliate. Is it another MLM system?



    • Nnamdi

      Hello Brok, Wealthy Affiliate is not an MLM business model, but it is basically an affiliate marketing model, where you will build your website based on a niche. You make your money by reviewing products/services related to your niche, by recommending them to your visitor, which if purchased or subscribed to as the case may be, you will get commissions.

  3. grant

    With so many opportunities available (many of which are scams) I think you’ve done a good job of reviewing Pure Leverage, and from what you’ve said about it reflects your rating.
    I’ve been involved in several MLM companies and have not had any success with any of them – although that’s probably more to do with me than the company 🙂
    I’ve also been involved with a few ‘scams’ where I’ve leaped in looking for a quick buck and lost thousands.
    So. I am grateful for the service you’re providing, saving us time (and money) working out what’s good and not so good.
    Are there any MLM companies that you’ve reviewed or know of that you’d be likely to recommend? Just interested really…

    • Nnamdi

      Hello Grant, Seriously, I have not reviewed any MLM company that I would recommend yet. However, there is one common problem with all the MLM business, which is having to sell the product/company to someone to become your down line, in order to earn money. There are also issues of having to earn points and all that stuff. I think MLM is more difficult and complicated that any other internet marketing model. Therefore, I don’t see myself recommending any MLM business model to anyone. That is my opinion, because I feel there are other more lucrative and simpler ways to make money online, of course with hard work and patience too.

  4. Lis

    Hi, Nnamdi,

    Thank you for this comprehensive review of Pure Leverage. Firstly, I have never heard of them and secondly I have been scammed previously by MLM companies so I am very wary of such companies.

    Having to recruit other people in order to make a full-time business has never been my idea of the way I would like to make a living either online or offline.

    Regardless of whether the products are good or bad I have always found that MLM requires you to pester friends, family, work colleagues, neighbours in fact anyone you know to get started.

    In my opinion, it is the best way to lose family and friends. So, based on the information that you have provided and my past experience I will not be looking any further into this company.

    Thank you so much for this review.


    PS: Who or what is GVO? I have not heard of that either.

    • Nnamdi

      Hello Lis, GVO stands for Global Virtual Opportunities, which was established in 1999 by Joel Theiren the same owner of Pure Leverage. It is a web hosting and Internet marketing company. I hope that answers your question?

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