Jamberry Nails Review – Legit Opportunity For Women Or Scam?

By | October 15, 2014

Hey, there I’m glad you are doing your research. In this Jamberry Nails review we are going to talk about a few key points of this company and whether or not this is a legitimate opportunity for women who want to start their own business. We are going to discuss their compensation plan, products and most importantly what you can expect if you decide to join this company.

Understand that is an unbiased review, I’m not here to bash Jamberry Nails or create a negative aspect about their business. My only intention is to provide you with enough information where you can make your own conclusions on whether or not this is something you might want to do.

Jamberry Nails – Products & Company

The first and most obvious thing we should talk about is that this company is an MLM opportunity. Network marketing is 100% legal and there are many successful companies out there who use the same direct sales concept. However, Jamberry Nails is targeting women with their product line. Keep in mind they are not the only ones, there are many MLM companies out there who’s primary target are women.

Companies like Younique, Damsel in Defense, Avon and Mary Kay are just a few of the many MLM companies targeting women. Jamberry was started by three sisters in 2010 and they offer nail wraps that are basically kinda like nail stickers with hundreds of designs from many categories. You can even order custom wraps with your own pictures and designs if you want.

They also have something called Style in a box which is mainly a subscription service where you pay a minimum of $25 per month to receive your own style box to match your style. There are other similar products in the market already but we are not going to focus on their products, we are going to focus more the business side of Jamberry.

Jamberry Nails Compensation Plan

So, let’s say that you wanted to start your own Jamberry Nails business and become a consultant. The first thing you would do, if you are in the U.S is to order a started kit for $99. That kit includes catalogs, brochures, order forms, samples and many other things that would help you share the opportunity with other women.

The compensation plan is pretty straight forward, in order to stay active you must maintain at least 200 in personal retail volume (PRV). That basically means you buying product or getting customers who buy from you.

They offer multiple ways to earn like fast start bonuses, retail & sales bonuses, team overrides and a few more. On the retail and personal sales side you can earn up to 40% on referred sales. Usually network marketing companies will stick to the 25%-75% commissions when it comes to paying distributors so Jamberry Nails is right in the middle I would say.

Is Jamberry Nails For You?

That’s a question only you can answer, the reason I say that is because you might simply like to be just a customer. However, for those of you that are interested in becoming a consultant my best advice is to make sure you LOVE the product. Because if you join just because of the income opportunity you might be disappointed later on.

There’s no point in joining a business like this if you are not in love with the product. Typically in order to have a successful business you’ll need to have sufficient people with whom you can share the product & opportunity. Obviously there is more money in the recruiting side of the business than simply selling the product. Home parties are the most popular way to share the opportunity with others. But some people don’t like to talk in public, host home parties or pitch friends and family members.

Personally I don’t believe Jamberry Nails is a scam, however don’t expect that you’ll get in and within 3 months you’ll be making a 6 figure income. The direct sales industry is tough if you don’t have a clue what you are doing. Jamberry although is not selling the typically creams and lotions you find in other MLM opportunities it still requires the same effort and work that any other MLM business requires to become successful.

As a business opportunity Jamberry Nails is limited to an specific market, from a business point I would advise that if you are looking to start an MLM business that you look into products/companies that have a mass appeal and can serve a worldwide audience. But in the end it’s your decision whether this is a business in which you would spend your time and money and my main goal was to provide you with enough information for you to make a smart decision. Thanks for reading my review 😉

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