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Is Aegea a Scam? – What You Should Know

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Is Aegea a Scam

Is Aegea a scam? Do their products really work? Should you join their business opportunity?

These are all important questions that need to be answered and I see a growing number of people questioning the legitimacy of this business, which is why I decided to take the time to write this review. In this review I will be going over the basics of the company, and overview of the products, a look at the compensation plan and business opportunity, the downside to it all and more.

Aegea Review

Aegea is a MLM company that is based around quantum resonance technology, which is behind all their products. This technology was supposedly inspired by Nichola Tesla and is all about blocking harmful waves from entering the body as well as using healthy waves and vibrations to help balance out the body and increase health and a number of different ways.

This is technology that is rather new and the research being conducted, as far as health benefits go, is still in its infancy.

But besides the products they also offer the opportunity to create one’s own business out of it all. Anyone can join the business as an affiliate and start selling their products to others as well as recruiting in other affiliates and earning off of their efforts.

Products

Quantum Card

The Quantum card supposedly uses some “revolutionary” carbon fiber and is easy to use. It uses grounding frequency technology to improve well-being. What you do is wave this card overtop of your water, food, and body to receive “earth grounding energy”.

Nitro QuBits

This is a bioenergy hologram for increasing nitric oxide levels in your body. It has eight quantum interface that it affects the energetic frequencies of the body and it also helps to reverse harmful effects from “electro smog” caused by cell phones, Wi-Fi, etc.

Energetics Relief

THe Energetics Relief product is for cardiovascular and energy support. This product uses the technology to give your body create availability of energy stores. It is also supposed to be good for relief from inflammation, anxiety, nausea, and a range of other things we don’t want.

EMF Shield

The EMP Shield it is designed to block out harmful electromagnetic frequencies.

Freshness Card

This card is said to enhance the freshness of stored foods. I actually watched a time lapsed video they did on this product with two loaves of bread, one with the freshness card and one without. What happened was the loaf of bread without the freshness card began to mold as normal and the one with the freshness card did not mold at all.

Honestly it seemed a little bit too good to be true, since common bread mold is caused by a fungi, but they claim it works.

The Business Opportunity

There is a good chance you are wondering if Aegea is a scam because of all the affiliates running around promoting this business. You might even be thinking that it is a possible pyramid scheme because of how people are recruiting others in left and right.

Anyone can join Aegea as an affiliate and start earning by selling their products as well as recruiting other affiliates into the business. This is a MLM company with a typical MLM compensation plan. The different ways that you can earn as an Aegea affiliate include the following…

Retail Commissions

This is just the difference between the wholesale in the retail price. As an affiliate you will be able to sell Aegea products in profit from the difference.

Fast Start Bonus

The fast start bonus is a bonus paid out when you first recruit someone into the business. This is paid out based on the starter package that they purchase, which you will also be pushed to purchase if you decide to join.

Binary Pay

I would say that this is the main part of the compensation plan. It it is a pyramid -like structure with 2 positions beneath each person. So on each level going down the structure has the potential to grow double in size.

For example… You are at the top of your own binary structure and have two positions beneath you. Beneath each of those two people there are two positions, making four positions total at that level, and so on.

You will be paid 20% of the commissionable volume of your lesser leg, or the side of your binary tree that has less volume.

Matching Bonus

With the Matching Bonus you can earn a percentage of matching commissions that those in your downline make. This matching bonus pays down to 4 levels deep, meaning that you can earn this bonus from the people you personally recruit in (level 1), the people that they recruit in (level 2), and so on.

Generational Check Match

This it is also a matching bonus but you must be a Platinum Elite rank and have at least two silver affiliates in your downline to be able to earn this bonus. You can earn 10% check matches on down to five generations of silver affiliates.

This is very similar to the Matching Bonus discussed above.

There are also a few other ways to earn with the compensation plan, but I’m not going to get into them. What I have discussed is the gist of it all.

It’s All About Moving Up The Ranks

One thing that you definitely need to know if you are possibly thinking about joining this business is that making money is all about moving up the ranks. There are eight different ranks total and as you move up the ranks you will unlock more and more of the compensation plan.

Moving of these ranks is all about selling more products and recruiting more affiliates in beneath you.

Lots of Potential With a Big Downside

MLM businesses like this have lots of potential because of how their compensation plans are structured. They usually have many different ranks, as this one does, which means there is a lot of room to move up within the business.

As you move up there will be an increasing number of ways to earn and because this is a MLM, or multilevel marketing, business, much of what you will be earning will be commissions flowing up the pyramid like structure from those beneath you.

What you should know about MLM businesses is that they are much more difficult to make money with than many lead you to believe. When someone is recruiting you and of course they are only going to tell you the upside to it and not the downsides, or at least most of the time that is how it works. The downside is that because of the pyramid like structure, the large majority of people actually find it more difficult to make money while usually only the top few percent reap the majority of the rewards.

Optavia, Monat Global, etc…. It’s the same story with all MLM companies for the most part.

Final Thoughts – Scam?

I definitely would not call Aegea a scam. Sure… Their products may be completely based around technology that is not well proven yet and is largely based on hype, and they do use a pyramid -like business model where affiliates go around recruiting other affiliates in to make money off of them, but there is just no proof that I have of this place being a scam.

Should you join the business opportunity? Should you buy their products? Well… These are questions you need to answer for yourself. Do you believe in the technology? Do you think you have what it takes to be constantly recruiting other people into the business?… Because that is what it is going to take if you want to join the business opportunity. MLM businesses have very high turnover rates and you have to be a darn good recruiter to make it.

Any questions, comments, concerns? Please leave them down below in the comment section and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

Also, if you are interested in the business opportunity that Aegea has, you might want to take a look at how I went from $0 to over $6,000 per month online. I work for myself online which gives many of the benefits you would get with running your own little home based Aegea business… Which is why I’m mentioning it.

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  1. Kyle,
    I came across your comments as I was checking out AEGEA. As a scientist I can tell you it looks virtually 100 % certain that AEGEA is a complete scam. Their web site FAQ page is full of Goobly Gook garbage. Examples…

    1. The say that their QuBITs relay frequency fields. That implies they emit these fields, but at the same time they say they are passive. Not possible unless the are static with zero frequency.
    2. What the heck do they mean by “Frequency is a measurable rate of electrical energy”. A very bad statement
    3. They say that the human body uses frequencies for internal communications. It doesn’t. The body uses hormones, neurotransmitters and electrochemical signal. Frequencies implies steady oscillations.
    And the list goes on.
    In summary, without paper or conference peer reviews, and without independent lab testing AEGEA claims mean nothing. One reviewer has pointed out evidence that they use bots to post written positive reviews. I don’t know how the few video endorsements were done. Apparently the actors there are willing to stoop very low. Sorry, but I am forced to make these observations and draw these conclusions. I wish it were otherwise.

    1. Hi Jack,

      I appreciate the comment. I trust that you are probably right. This seems to be just another very over-hyped mlm opportunity with products that have not much of any scientific backing.

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