Forever Living Products Review 2011

by Ted Nuyten on August 9, 2011

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Forever Living Products is founded in 1978 by Rex Maughan – Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer. Forever Living Products (FLP) is based in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA and manufactures and sells dozens of wellness and beauty products with 9.5 million distributors in over 145 countries.

In 1978, Rex Maughan invited 43 people to attend the first Forever Living Products meeting in Tempe, Arizona, where he unveiled a customized plan that would provide him—and anyone else—with better health and financial freedom. Rex proposed a very simple business idea to his closest family and friends.

The 40 people that Rex and his partners recruited sold $700,000 worth of aloe-based products under the Forever Living name in 1984. Initially, the company started only with Aloe Vera juice, gelly and lotions in several Western states of America. Within just two years, annual sales had increased to more than $30 million.

Offer consumable products to the public that are proven to promote lasting wellness and health—and do it in a personal way. Instead of dumping big bucks into traditional advertising, compensate anyone willing to share these products with their family and friends.

FLP owns and control both their growing (Forever Aloe Plantations) and manufacturing processes (Aloe Vera of America). FLP’s patented stabilization process is key to the quality and potency of their nutritional and beauty products. The company takes pride in their commitment to the highest quality products as well as the best home based marketing plan available.

Forever Living was ranked number 340 in the Forbes list of the 400 largest private companies in 2006. In 2011 it comes in Number 1st position in Nutritional Products. Estimated revenue 2009 $2,610 million and in 2010 $2,750 million.

Products

Cosmetics, nutritional supplements, and personal care products, Aloe Vera based.

Forever Living Products

Compensation Plan

The FLP compensation plan actually favors marketing the products, by rewarding you with 35% to 43% of commission on retail sales. FLP Registration is free No obligation is involved. You can buy the product directly from the manufacturer with 15% discount. Commissions in FLP are paid based on the Total Volume of products, purchased by your entire group. It doesn't matter how many people stay in chain under you – 10 or 100 generations. FLP pays out bonuses up to 18% from ALL OF YOUR LEVELS.

To achieve higher commission rates, and to benefit from group sales commissions, your group needs to meet certain sales quota. For example, as a Supervisor, you group needs to produce 25 case credits ($4,725) monthly, with 4 credits ($756) from personal sales.

If you were to generate all 25 credits yourself, you commission would come to $1653.76. For this, you need 50 customers, if every customers orders 0.5 credits worth of products. With this kind of profit margin, you will make a wise decision by investing some resources into product marketing.

Forever Living Corporate leadership

Forever Living Products Corporate Team 2011

Forever Living Alexa Ratings, 3 months growth 26%. Worldwide rank 18,981

Forever Living Alexa Ratings 8 August 2011

Forever Living Top Producers

Top 10 European DistributorsJayne Leach and Joyce Curtis Bonus UK

  • Rolf Kipp
  • Jayne Leach & John Curtis
  • Magnus Adlercreutz
  • Dietmar & Christel Reichle
  • Kim & Anja Madsen
  • Miklós Berkics
  • Erich Kastl
  • Jósef Szabo
  • Horst & Margrita Kelm
  • José & Anna-Maria Alves de Sousa

Mikos Berkics Bonus HungaryTop Profit Share Cheque Recipients

  • Mikós Berkics (Hungary) €465,916.13
  • Kim & Anja Madsen (Scandinavia) €373,709.60
  • Jayne Leach & John Curtis (UK) €306,532.09
  • Katrin Bajri (Germany) €273,543.92
  • Rolf Kipp (Germany) €253,924.58
  • Magnus Adlercreutz (Scandinavia) €221,726.12
  • Aranka Vágási & András Kováks (Hungary) €191,022.68
  • Jose & Anna-Maria Alves de Sousa (France) €189,589.61
  • Marin Aurel Mester & Veronica Mester (Romania) €152,555.04
  • Jean-Marie & Georgette Julien Lurel (France) €151,390.84

Top Earners, the est. earnings are as follows:

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Danny Michau August 9, 2011 at 2:34 pm
They are some serious looking checks those hard working dedicated professionals have in thier hands, Do you know if any of them are looking at adopting an overweight bald mid 40s son. If so pass on my particulars naturally I would have to keep going with my mangosteen Juice journey but I promise to only work it after dinner time. On a more serious and professional note Rex Maughan must be one hell of a champion to have big enough gonads to get out there and have a go how amazing are these individuals that create such opportunities,it's more than income it is a total generational paradigm shift for so many. If I was wearing a hat I would take it tip my hat to you Rex.

Richard Brooke August 13, 2011 at 4:59 pm
Ted, something to research. In 1978 I was a distributor for WorldWide Products inc. Carl Jenson was as well and he managed Arizona for the company. I was hired to take his place "in a hurry" as he was found to be recruiting all our Arizona distributors for a new company he founded called Forever Living Products. He became quite successful and in the early 80's sold the company to Rex Maughan....At least that is how the story unfolded as I followed the company. There was never any mention of Rex Maughan being part of the founders back then. I wonder if Rex was a silent partner or if somehow "history" got rerecorded.

Winn Badisa Ngwalase May 3, 2012 at 2:23 pm
@Richard - Interresting information about the origins of the company. This is something that never came up in my research on Forever Living Products, but I'll follow the scent and see where it leads. Not sure if it's of any importance, but I'm intrigued!...

Janna August 13, 2011 at 5:09 pm
Hi Ted, Might want to correct your blurp to ready Billion instead of "Estimated revenue 2009 $2,610 million and in 2010 $2,750 million". Great work you do!

Fehintola Foluso-Onagoruwa August 13, 2011 at 6:30 pm
Hi Ted, waited so long for dis piece on FLP. Being a distributor for 11years n wondered when peiple will know d fulfilment of partnering with this wonderful company. On my 17th all-expense paid holiday by FLP, a company with integrity. Thanx, Fehintola.

Greg Reed August 13, 2011 at 11:51 pm
Another success story proving the industry works

Stig A Hanssen August 14, 2011 at 1:21 am
Hi Been full-time with Forever sense 2002 and nr 1 in Norway from 2004 to now Before I was nr 1 in 3 other companies that is not longer with us... Forever is the best company in the world, and we just getting started ;) Tuesday Im of to Super Rally in Washington and then to Bahamas together with my Forever friends We get 3 paid vacations in the year with Forever :) If people know everything we know they would be working with us Great article, still some small errors. We have 48% in direct sales commission. There is 11 income sources so its a great plan for part timers and for full timers too Wish you al the best Forever

Ronke Akinnola August 30, 2011 at 7:05 pm
Hi Ted. I'm a distributor with FLP and i think that's a great article. I however believe that the estimated revenue as at 2010 was in excess of $2 billion. In my opinion this is the best company for anyone who wants to build an enduring business. The products are fantastic and the marketing plan is super- generous.