GoFoods Global – eFoods Global Facts, News, and Review

by louabbott on September 11, 2010

GoFoods Global – Food Reserve MLM

GoFoods Global is a newer multilevel marketing company (MLM) or network marketing company founded in late 2010 by the founder and CEO of eFoodsDirect, a storable food solutions company with the finest quality, finest tasting meal-sized, easy-to-cook servings.

“GoFoods Global has been 28 years in the making. For the last 28 years the people at eFoods have been improving the foods that families can depend on in good times and hard times. All of the foods at GoFoods Global are designed to be “A Treat Not a Chore”. Tens of thousands of families all over America have been enjoying these amazing, delicious and convenient meals for years with no other incentive to buy other than the quality of the food.” –eFoods Global Website

“Right now unprecedented numbers of Americans are returning to a practice of our self reliant and independent fore- fathers, that of storing supplies of food.

“The events and circumstances we are facing here in America are so unfamiliar to most of us but yet so serious that we each must wisely choose how we will face our future. History has proven over and over again that food is the beginning solution to almost every major problem particularly those involving independence, freedom, security and yes even survival.

“Whether you agree with the following reasons that people are putting in supplies of food or not, food always has been, is now and forever will be the greatest dependency as well as the most comforting source of safety and security for every human being on our planet.” — eFoodsDirect web site

CEO, President and Founder: Brad Stewart – Formerly President of  Zija International.

Chief Operating Officer and Founder: Mike Casperson

GoFoods Global Compensation Plan: A simple Unilevel plan with personal sales Bonuses, Fast Start Bonuses, Rank Advancement Bonuses, and Global Leadership Pools.  Click here for the eFoods Global Compensation Plan Video.

Cost to join: $49.95 includes your distributor kit and your website and back office reporting features for a year.

GOFoods Global
686 East 110 South
Suite 204
American Fork, Utah 84003

Learn more and find out how to get a free sample pack worth $40.

GoFoods Global site

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Discounted treadmill December 9, 2011 at 6:22 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Hi there, Cool post, many thanks for that. eFoods Global – Now GoFoods Global Facts, News, and Review is cool! Could I ask the webmaster where he or she obtained his theme? Or does it come default at this web site? Carry on publishing and many thanks again for your time and hard work.

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louabbott December 10, 2011 at 12:39 pm Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Thanks for the nice compliment.
We used the Killer Thesis “SEO Optimizing” Theme for this blog.
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Dereck Arreguin February 27, 2011 at 2:30 am Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0

Look, I hate to beat a dead dog, but the simple truth of the matter is, Network Marketing works and in a world where people could use both (affordable) storable food and alternative income streams, this company is in the perfect position to make things happen.

In my eFoods Global Review, I’ve also agreed that this company and the message are going to be a HUGE success.

There’s simply no better option in toda’ys world. Two birds with one stone… gotta love it! 😀

-DA

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sk November 29, 2010 at 9:55 am Thumb up 1 Thumb down 1

I really love products that come from network marketing companies. Their products are far superior than what you can find in a health food stores; they really are. I have been involved in network marketing companies for over 18 years, and people may make fun of the” vitamins, and lotions, and potions, but all of those vitamins and juices etc. , they really are great, and they work. With all that said, I would like to say that I understand how JDoe (who commented on 9/26/10) felt. He seemed hurt by MLM and I do not blame him for feeling that way. Many do lose money, the products may be great, but sometimes people are fed false hope. Too many lose thousands, lets just all be honest with what its all about. I have made thousands with one company over the years, thats why I know its an honest industry. However because I am really into many health products that my co. does not make, I have been involved in other companies, and I have spent thousands to be involved in these companies,and have not made money in them. I could have just been a product user and saved a lot, instead joining with big starter packs, promises from the upline that they will make it work,and that false hope again. I will not give up in finding the right company that has ethics and and internet marketing program. But I do understand how that gentleman JDoe felt.

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Doug December 6, 2010 at 8:35 pm Thumb up 2 Thumb down 0

Well said SK. It does take some effort and persistence to find the right company that truly walks the walk as opposed to talks the talk.

I’ve been a vendor to the direct sales and network marketing industry for over 5 years and I have seen the good and the bad. You just have to do your due diligence and you will find a good home.

There are incredible companies out there with amazing products.

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rich October 16, 2010 at 11:04 am Thumb up 2 Thumb down 0

the information I’m looking for is this. If you sign up as an IBO and pay the $49.95, is it a requirement that you buy at least $80 personal volume (plus shipping expense?) per every 4 week period? Secondly, their founders pool is !% of company profits-correct. I’m wondering in the next 12 months what a per share income would be off of this–are we taking pennies, or possibly dollars?
Thanks,
Rich

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J. Doe September 26, 2010 at 6:40 pm Thumb up 6 Thumb down 21

This is just another MLM trying to sell itself in a new package. MLM’s do not work for anyone that the top level execs who started the company. Stop taking advantage of innocent people! Say it for it is, don’t try to disguise it in one of the basic human necessities. Stop ruining families with false promises because your expert sales pitch takes into account people’s trusting nature. The whole MLM industry should be outlawed.

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Doug December 6, 2010 at 8:31 pm Thumb up 4 Thumb down 3

J.Doe – Have you ever dissected the corporate world in America? If you did you’d see that it is the truest of pyramid schemes. But since the corporate world provides you a job, with little worry other than to do your job well enough to get a check you think its a good system.

MLM works for those who work. For those looking to get rich fast and easy it will indeed be horrible mistake and bad experience, one I’m quite comfortable presuming you have had yourself. Unfortunately there are too many bad apples in MLM at all levels but that is no different than the corporate world at large.

If you outlaw MLM you might as well outlaw all entrepreneurial enterprise and free enterprise to boot. I’m sorry you had a poor experience, but, with respect, you really don’t know what you’re talking about.

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Gail February 10, 2011 at 12:18 pm Thumb up 4 Thumb down 1

J Doe,

Seems to me you are very bitter about network marketing. Let me tell you that it does work, and works well, if… number one, you are willing to do what it takes, it’s hard work, also you have to be with a good solid company with a product that fits the times of today….There are alot of company out there like mary kay, look at that company and see how many women have built a huge income. I myself, who all my life waited tables and tended bar, made100k in the year of 04, 05, 06, 07. so I know it can work, if you are will to work it. Efoods Global is a netwrokers dream. We are helping people to get prepared for a rainy day, it’s like insurance you can eat!!! Also it’s a way to make an income! I love love love efoods global! woot woot

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bumpkin April 23, 2011 at 12:53 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 2

@ J doe, Oh, please. You are not being picked-on when you are offered a legal, legitimate business opportunity. Do you display that ‘victim-mentality for a valid reason? Not knowing where you have stepped, leads one to ask- were you REALLY burned? IF so, did you try to take legal action? Did you REALLY check out the ‘opportunity’ you were offered before jumping into the pool? Research can go a long way to making sure you are using a good business and its education system to advance yourself. I sigh in sorrow for you if you really were taken advantage of. However, there are MANY people who thought they were getting into an easy-peasy business model to strike it rich without doing anything, basically. I was an Amway business IBO for over 15 years. I actually sighed in relief when the pulmonologist I was sponsored by told me it was Amway, as I had even heard of them before, more than once- I’d also read the National Geographic write-up about an IBO one time. I did not “strike it rich as an Amway IBO .” Nor did I blame anyone but myself for that. I didn’t do all of the necessary things it took to become a ‘diamond’, a ‘platinum’, or even a ‘direct’, but I did plug along at it, made it to ‘silver producer’ and actually received several monthly paychecks between $200.00 to almost $500.00 for my ‘work’. I received the right amount of pay for the amount of work I put into working the plan. Furthermore, the tax benefits of owning my own business were extremely useful, as was the excellent educational program. Yes, it cost me money. There really IS no free lunch, as the saying goes, tho, so I expected it to cost me money. (even the government giving the poor, the aged, the weak, the broken and the lazy ones free food in America will turn out to not really be a free lunch in the end- it costs us all alot) I always received something for that money It cost me, and I absolutely loved the convenience of at-home shopping, as I live miles from a town. How on EARTH can you blame a MLM for ruining a family? Perhaps it merely exposed weak areas in your interpersonal relationships. ie, in your marriage or as parents to intelligent adult children- I lost a spouse after he tried and succeeded in sabotaging my business that I had started years before I married him, by flirting with and romancing one of my married downline, but that was NOT the MLM that did that, it was my pathetic spouse, and he had to take the blame for his shortcomings- couldn’t blame it on Amway, as the company tried its hardest, in meetings we held, to promote honesty, integrity, loyalty, and decency. Ex-spouse was at fault, and ‘they’ did nothing to instigate that pathetic behavior in my spouse. Doug is correct. The truest pyramid schemes are your corporations where you cannot climb higher in the structured compensation plan than your boss, and there is no significant advancement in the pay-scale unless you hire at a huge cost, your local union to harass the owners. The ONLY reason you like their plan better is that you like instant gratification, as well as liking a minimal, restricted task instead of being widely responsible for all the work necessary as your own boss- and you want that weekly or bi-weekly paycheck that binds you to your job. The MLM holds you accountable for your actions and your work ethic, and usually pay only monthly, and start out low and slow, until you build momentum. You get fairly compensated IF you do the required work, and get out of your comfort-zone to go out and do it. IF YOU were your own boss in a MLM,, would you keep you on payroll, or fire you??? If you were your own boss at your job, would you, knowing everything there is to know about you, keep you on the payroll? No, I am no longer involved with a MLM- but don’t knock them- they have their place in the world, and they are a great opportunity for people who otherwise do not have any way to get out of their current situation. Its just too bad they don’t carefully select the IBOs they allow to sign up, since if they would carefully screen them, and refuse to allow lazies and shirkers and weanies to sign up they would have much better track records for their business successes, and much less negative publicity from disgruntled IBOs!

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