Here is an unbiased review of the product and network marketing business ASEA.
ASEA launched their MLM network marketing organization in 2009 and is the brainchild of long time Kraft Foods strategy vice president Verdis Norton, who retired after 3 decades with the company. His partner, James Pack, whom ran a very successful telecommunications consulting agency and had recently retired early, was intrigued by a specific technology that Verdis shared with him, and they both saw an opportunity when this technology came up for sale. They felt an obligation to get it out fast, to as many people as they could. So they chose a channel that was a first for them both: network marketing.
The product apparently is working for many, and is not for others. This runs across the board for many products on the market. If you are interested in the business opportunity of ASEA, they have a legitimate binary compensation plan that allows for income growth. For a start up of about $160, you will get your Associate Kit that includes the basic marketing materials, a corporate web site with your contact information and 1 case of 4 32 ounce bottles of ASEA that you can retail for $150 (the Associate Kit is priced at $40.00 separately).
So you have the start of your home business for under $200-great! Now what? How do you make money with your new MLM business? You'll profit $30 for every case that is sold at the lower levels of compensation. ASEA has 11 levels from the Associate up to the Triple Diamond, so leadership pools, check matching, bonuses and overall commissions possibilities are endless. They make available their "Easy Builder Video Sharing" system that you can build a video webpage to promote the products, send video emails, share on social sites and get instant text alerts to your phone so you can follow up with customers immediately. This is an additional $15 monthly to use their system.
Against the grain of the traditional MLM startup, which usually springs from former network marketing executives who create a marketing plan and then create a product, Verdis and Jim already had a product--they just needed the right vehicle. From everything I learned about the founders, they seem to have a genuine motivation to make a difference in the lives of others.