So many businesses to choose from out there, so why do people keep hearing about Vollara.com? People want to know if this business is really as good as they keep hearing or is there a Vollara scam going on? Lets do a fact check and find out what this business and its products can do for you.
Vollara Background and History
First off, the good news is that Vollara is rooted in a much larger company called Electrolux which has been around since 1924. The company name was originally Ecoquest which was known for selling ionic air purifiers. Since its name change it has expanded to carrying other products. The new name Vollara, comes from latin meaning “to fly” suggesting the company can help you find new heights of success in life.
A quick Product Overview
The newer Vollara products are its line of nutritional supplements. A full range of dietary products are available as well as vitamin/minerals, joint health, antioxidants and many more.
But the main difference Vollara offers is its ionic air purifiers it has carried since being known as Ecoquest. The Fresh Air Surround, Fresh Air Buddy, Fresh Air Everest and many others are available for a rep to sell. Along with the stationary and portable air purifiers are water purifiers, surge protectors, laundry enhancement products and more.
The Vollara.com Business Opportunity
It is a well known business model that Vollara uses called mlm or network marketing. An upfront fee is required for a person to become involved which gives them the right to sell Vollara products and earn retail profit. A person also can earn commissions on the sales of others in their group. This means that once your a rep you must go out and recruit other people into your business teach them how to sell the products and help them recruit others they know into Vollara. The real income opportunity is of course the earning of commissions from others as your organization grows.
Does It Work Or Is Vollara A Pyramid Scheme
The first thing to realize about Vollara is that it is a sister company of the very successful larger company, Electrolux. It is obviously not a scam because Electrolux wouldn’t risk its clean name by being involved in a shady business venture.
This however doesn’t mean it will automatically work for you. It is an mlm business that requires the kind of work most people don’t want to do. So, make sure you ask yourself some VERY important questions.
Do I really see myself selling ionic air purifiers to my family and friends?
Do I want to be asking my family and friends over and over to look at my business and buy my products?
Air and water purifiers have a long life on them, who am I going to sell to after the people I know buy them since no one will need to by one again for a long time?
With a 90%+ failure rate in mlm what am I going to do differently to achieve success?
Do I have a system to produce new leads everyday that are ACTUALLY interested in what I have to offer?
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