Review of Efusjan – An Energy-Boosting Drink, Or Another Health Joke?

Efusjon is a fairly new product on the market, offering monthly subscriptions to packs of energy drinks. Each case of their product contains 12 can and costs $120 for 4 cases.

The quality of the product is strongly emphasised, as it’s made from fully natural ingredients, and the website claims that it is loaded with healthy vitamins that we need to get through the day – whether that means boosting our energy or fighting fatigue.

The business opportunity offered is to join the ‘Energy Club’ and to sell this monthly membership on to others. There are different drinks on offer, each targeting a different health benefit including energy boosting and antioxidants. Each monthly delivery will contain a mix of drinks.

Can This Business Opportunity Make You Money?

When you join the Energy Club you will earn a commission on each sale you make. Efusjon recommends that you start with a minimum $120 order when you sign up, and for this price you will receive:

o 4 packs of the drink, each of which comes with 12 cans.
o Your website and resources to help build the business.
o When you make a sale, you will earn 4.25% commission.

They make the opportunity easy by stating that all you need to do is simply get three friends or family members to sign up, then they will get a further three, each of those will sign up three more and so on.

This means in theory there isn’t too much work involved before you can start earning money.

Is This Opportunity A Scam?

The premise of signing up only 3 people means you could be earning money quickly. But you need to bear in mind how easy this might really be – and with only 4.25% commission, how much money you will really earn.

This is a health product, an energy drink, that costs $120 a month. Do you know many people who will be willing to pay that much?

There are a number of business opportunities out there based on health programs, but the strength of each lies in the claims they make being true. Therefore, you need to ask yourself whether Efusjon really does do everything they claim.

This program is not a scam, because they are really offering you a product to sell.

However, for most people $120 is too much to pay for an energy drink, each and every month. Coupled with the fact that there are no miracle shortcuts to health, and you may find that a different business opportunity could be more successful for you.

Best Regards,
Stanley Lindley

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