I am going to show several red-flags on Skinny Body Care. Although only a regulatory agency or court of law decide if a company is a illegitimate MLM scam or network marketing pyramid, there are some red flags we can review, which can tell us if the company has a high-risk potential of falling under some form of regulatory review, or short-term operations.
1. Income claim videos allowed by the Skinny Body Care.
I am going to talk about this first, because it is already showing up across the net. Now I do want to point out these video creators are pulling info from the online system to show the amount of income, so we do know they are not hyping the amount of income earned.
However, the company does not provide any IDS (Income Disclosure Statement), and in most states and at the federal level, there are strict regulations covering this issue.
2. Is Ben Glinsky & Rejuvenate Behind Skinny Body Care?
If you do a Internet search for Skinny Body Care, you soon find folks tying the infamous Ben Glinsky to the company. So we did a little research to see if there are any ties.
From the search we determined that Skinny Body Care and Rejuvenate are registered at the same address, and Ben Glinsky is the person of contact for Skinny Body Care, and is or was the CEO of Rejuvenate.
3. What About The Skinny Body Care Product?
The issue with the product is not really major. From studying the label, then going to WebMD.com I was about to find that Skinny Body Care is not over hyping the product. However, at the same time there is not enough documented blind case studies or scientific research to prove their product works.
The one thing they do have going for them is the fact the mixture of the herbs and enzymes will cause the stomach to feel full, and cause the colon to work a little overtime cleaning itself out. So yes folks will lose weight, I am just not sure without the proper exercise if they will continue to gain muscle of lose that also.
I will say, that when you type in the ingredients listed on the label many products show. And some are from name brand companies.
4. The Powerline System!
Without a doubt when you run a powerline system which focuses on “fear of lose” and you have a movie which has the look and feel of a late night infomercial you will gather huge numbers of people. However, in the example I show below. After signing up for a free position, hundreds of people had joined, but only 4 showed up as preferred customers, and only 2 joined as distributors.
So the only benefit to this is, I did not have to hear people tell me know. That is not how business is built in any industry, and it is this reason powerline systems do not work long term in any company.
5. Is Skinny Body Care Legally Compliant?
This is my greatest concern. When I clicked the join button and they asked for my credit card before I ever had a chance to read or agree to the terms and conditions or the policies and procedures, I knew they had not hired any of the top legal attorneys representing direct selling companies. I doubt if they even hired any of the well known MLM consultants.
This is pretty basic stuff, and if a company can’t do the little things, how can anyone expect them to know what to do on the big things.
Bottom line, if you decide to join SBC aka Skinny Body Care, then I suggest you join first for 30-days and try the product. If you personally find a benefit in the product and you can share how you lost weight, with little or no effort, then maybe you can attract others to do the same.
I do not at this time believe the system will last long term, unless a boatload of changes take place.