Is SeneGence a scam?

If you’ve been researching the SeneGence business opportunity, you might have wondered is SeneGence a scam? It’s important to steer clear of internet scams when looking for a business. So let’s address this question.

Is SeneGence a scam?

Oxford dictionary defines a scam this way: “a dishonest scheme; a fraud.”

SeneGence was established in 1999, so at the time of this writing, is a 21 year old company. They currently operate in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Hong Kong.

If SeneGence is a scam, it would have burned out quickly as people got wise to it. In addition, regulators (like the Federal Trade Commission in the USA) crack down on scam companies.

SeneGence has experienced tremendous growth in the last 5 years. And has plans to open in Switzerland, Poland and other countries soon.

Go here to see some of our recent media mentions.

Rarely, a SeneGence distributor will leave the company and publish negative reviews online. Perhaps they failed to work consistently for success, expecting instant riches. SeneGence is NOT a get rich quick scheme. Like all legitimate businesses, it requires steady work and improving your skills over time.

Or maybe they were engaged in unethical business practices and their distributor status was repealed. Sometimes those disgruntled distributors will take to the internet sharing their story. That hardly means that SeneGence is a scam. (After all, there are entire websites dedicated to complaints about legitimate companies that people patronize every day.)

Is SeneGence a pyramid scheme?

According to WikiPedia, the definition of a pyramid scheme is:

A pyramid scheme is a business model that recruits members via a promise of payments or services for enrolling others into the scheme, rather than supplying investments or sale of products.”

The SeneGence business model revolves around the sale of products. It does not involve promises of payments for enrolling others.

SeneGence distributors earn profits when they buy products from the company at wholesale, then sell those products at retail.

We also earn a commission on the sales of team members we sponsor and train. But again, ONLY from the SALE of products. We do not earn a penny for sponsoring people, only when they move product to end consumers.

Therefore, SeneGence is not a pyramid scheme.

It’s so important to do your due diligence when looking for a legitimate work from home opportunity!

is SeneGence a scam?
Me (left) at a SeneGence corporate training. Fun!

Why I chose SeneGence:

  • Proven product line – SeneGence has loyal fans and one of our products, LipSense, was recently named a “Legacy Product” by SHAPE magazine (October 2020)
  • Proven compensation plan – SeneGence distributors can buy their products at 50% off and sell them for immediate retail profits. They can also earn commissions on team members they sponsor and train.

The SeneGence business opportunity has changed my family’s life! I’m honored to be aligned with this company. Contact me here to chat more about it.

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