Normally, I don’t write work at home reviews about opportunities that I have heard about over the radio, however this time was different.  You probably heard about too, announced over your favorite radio station…but you weren’t sure exactly what the opportunity entailed.  I decided to investigate to discover what this opportunity unleashes.

Before we get started:

This review is not endorsed by and is not meant to influence you to take on this opportunity or reject it.  This is a personal review of  Upon completion of this review, you are responsible for coming to your own conclusions.

A little background about,  has been in service since December of 2001.  According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), (which they have been a member of since November 30, 2003) they hold a A+ rating on a scale of an A+ to an F, which shows that they have supported the Better Business Bureau Accreditation Standards.  In simpler terms, has made good faith attempts to resolve any consumer complaints, however this does not mean that BBB has evaluated or endorsed the business’ products or the product quality or competency in performing services. business is associated with Online Business Systems (OBS) which is located in Colorado Springs and they own sixteen sites, which are the following:

What is is promoting a company called Online Business Systems (OBS), which is a marketing tool designed to assist people in establishing a Herbalife based business from home using their computer, the internet, and website templates along with a step-by-step lead generation method.

How much does costs?

Initially, you will have to pay a shipping and handling fee of $9.95 for the package.  If you decide to continue on past the first 14 days, you will pay an additional $39.95 and will conduct an interview with a business coach that will provide you with additional details concerning the system.  I have heard that after you are in, there will be additional money needed to run your business over many forums.

Is a Scam? and OBS is not a work at home scam.  They are simply recruiting people to sell herbalife and encourage them to recruit others as well.  Many people may write them off as a scam, simply due to their business type. is considered a multi-marketing business structure.

What is multi-level marketing?

According to Susan Ward from, “Multilevel Marketing, or MLM, is a system for selling goods or services through a network of distributors.  The typical Multilevel Marketing program works through recruitment. You are invited to become a distributor, sometimes through another distributor of the Multilevel Marketing company’s products and sometimes through a generally advertised meeting.  If you choose to become a distributor with the Multilevel Marketing company, you’ll earn money both through the sales of the MLM’s products and through recruiting other distributors, by receiving a portion of the income these distributors generate.”

This is simply defined by Susan.   So in other words, you will be responsible for selling their products and recruiting others to do the same.  Once you recruit some one underneath you, you will then earn a portion of their commissions.

What do I think of

I think that it may be a viable solution for people interested in recruiting others to sell herbalife.  However, for me, I have never been able to succeed in multi-level marketing businesses.  It may be due to the fact that I don’t necessarily like to “recruit” people that I see leisurely walking in the grocery stores or taking a stroll through the mall.  That’s just not me.

On the other hand, some people have became successful in businesses like these.  It seems as though is giving people the opportunity to build a successful business with pre-designed websites and lead generation tools, which may be viable.

Multi-level marketing is a very debated conversation online.  Some have claimed that it’s a very resourceful way to build residual income through your downline, whereas others claims they have failed miserable with no success.  I assume it depends on the person.

With all this said, I can definitely say not a scam, however it is not an opportunity that you can expect to run on automatic either.  Over the radio, the hosts makes the opportunity seem so easy (a chime to many ears), but I doubt that it is.  Keep in mind that these hosts have been paid to deliver this message to their audience, so they have to make it sound all good.  I believe if you decide to go with this opportunity, just like any other businesses, you will have to put in a lot of time and hard work to see some results.

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