Max International; MaxGXL; MLM company Facts, News and Reviews

by louabbott on October 17, 2009

“Max International was founded by author, infomercial pioneer, Steve Scott …

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…and two other dedicated and successful entrepreneurs and executives with vision. After meeting with Dr. Keller and learning about MaxGXL they knew this was a product that everyone needs…”

“MaxGXL’s™ [Max’s main product] is formulated by Dr. Robert Keller, named as one of the world’s 2,000 Outstanding Scientists of the 21st Century.”  — Max International website

Later, because of Steve Scott’s stellar reputation and the strength of the flagship product and the business model, Bill Guthy and Greg Renker of Guthy-Renker became 25% owners. Plans are to marry the infomercial model to the powerful multilevel marketing MLM model.

Founded: February, 2007 – 1st year sales approx. $15 million, 2nd year sales approx $50 million.
Founders:
Steven K. Scott, Gregory Fullerton, Fred Ninow (no longer  listed as an owner)

Co-CEO
s: Joe Voyticky, David Bagley
President: Jim Stevralia
CFO: Tim Jones
Sr. VP Sales – Justin Call

Product Formulators: Dr. Robert Keller (now deceased), Dr. Herb Nagasawa

Medical Advisory Board: Dr. Daria Davidson (featured in the video top right), Dr. Tim Kershenstein, Dr. John Kindle, Dr. Charles Mabray, Dr. Corinne Allen

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Key Products*: MaxGXL (see video top right), a patented nutritional supplement formulated and proven to promote the body’s production and use of its most important antioxidant, glutathione. Listen to the interview with Dr. Keller.

Also: Visible Solutions™, Advanced Skin Care by Max, MaxOne, Max N-Fuze, MaxATP³

*Statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Max International Compensation Plan: Modified Binary with 7 level (uni-level) matching bonus, 25% preferred customer commissions, and other perks and incentives. Plan carries strong incentives to purchase maximum of $899 of product, however, it is possible to start earning commissions with a $49 kit and NO product purchase at all. Preferred Customers can buy MaxGXL at wholesale by setting up an autoship – no membership fee. Max Comp plan video here.

“Starter Kit” Price: $49

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lovely jobley May 20, 2015 at 3:30 pm Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Is the product good for hypertensive and dietetics patients since am a nutrition officer and my work is to see the well being of people in my district. I read somewhere in the website and it said The product is not intended to diagnose or cure or prevent or treat those conditions l mentioned pls explain things to me

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lovely jobley May 20, 2015 at 3:26 pm Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Is the product good for hypertensive and dietetics patients since am a nutrition officer and my work is to see the well being of people in my district. I read somewhere in the website an d it said. The product is not intended to diagnose or cure or prevent or treat those conditions l mentioned pls explain things to me

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Anthony February 24, 2010 at 9:13 am Thumb up 1 Thumb down 3

Max International is a awesome company glad i joined. I do believe that no one should be a slave of another company, especially if they are changing their comp plan to pay IBO’s less money. If you pay to join a company its like franchising, however if the new franchiser is not having any success with the company he/she should be able to leave to higher grounds and take their client base with them.

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louabbott February 24, 2010 at 9:31 am Thumb up 6 Thumb down 0

Anthony,

I like the concept you are proposing. The devil is always in the details.

The question arises, who is “your client base?” If in leaving, and taking your “client base” with you means that you are doing damage to other people’s businesses who are in your downline that don’t want to leave, then that is a problem is it not?

For example, a highly visible leader in my upline just left for another company. Fine. Not my choice and a big mistake in my opinion, but fine. It’s a free world.

Next thing I know, however, I get an email from one of my personally sponsored partners saying he is leaving to follow the leader.

So, that leader promises me that he will help build my business, then he changes his mind, leaves the business, and to add insult to injury, takes public action that then harms my business.

The issues are not ever as simple as we might like, Anthony.

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Dick Vernon February 12, 2010 at 4:45 pm Thumb up 1 Thumb down 1

Here is the new CFO of Max International.

His Name is Joe Voytickey

You can hear his great talk on why he joined Max and see his picture on http://smilin2themax.com/default.aspx

Click on the mp3 file under his photo

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Sandy Williams February 7, 2010 at 2:53 pm Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0

My husband and I joined Max International a couple of months ago and love the product and the company. We were recently at the Las Vegas Showcase Event and were very impressed with the owners, management and everyone we met.

We are extremely proud to be a part of Max!! Everyone should have the freedom to choose who they want to represent.

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Mike Grosam February 1, 2010 at 8:24 pm Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0

I agree. I was never going to join a product company again. I am extremely happy way over here in Iowa. If I was not promoting I would still be happy. The stuff works. Great to meet you Kit.

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Kit Grazioli February 1, 2010 at 5:20 pm Thumb up 9 Thumb down 1

I was a Melaleuca rep about 15 years ago. At that time, I left because every time the compensation plan was changed, it was to give the reps less money.
In fact, I swore at that time never to work a nutrition company again. I kept that promise to myself until I learned about Max gxl and immediately joined
(which was a bit of a shock to me). I have only been a member for three weeks
and I am very happy. The application that I signed had me agree that I had not been a Melaleuca rep recently.
In my opinion, I believe that only I can decide whether I should join a business, not Melaleuca or any other mlm business. I do not understand how a court can decide that for me. I would think that some of the former Melaleuca reps could bring a lawsuit against the courts.
Kit

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