Andy Willoughby Reviews
Is the 3 Step
Plan Legit or a Scam?
Andy Willoughby has been
advertising his 3 Step Plan work at home
business opportunity throughout the internet
and on many Christian radio stations.
His ad spots are full of enticing promises
and testimonials boasting incredible
earnings. So is the 3 Step Plan for
The problem with his advertisements is that he does not reveal what his
program really consists of. They only tell you that you need a telephone,
a computer with internet access, and a positive attitude. However, after some digging
around I was able to find out what you'll actually be doing in Andy
Willoughby's 3 Step Plan.
What's Inside the 3 Step Plan Work at Home Program...?
The 3 Step Plan is really a system of tools and strategies for making money
from the Xango Juice Multi Level Marketing business opportunity. For those
of you who aren't familiar with Xango, it's a popular product derived from the
The juice is high in antioxidants and other nutritional elements and due to
that is sold at the high price of $40 per bottle. The MLM aspect of the
business means that XanGo juice is not sold in retail stores but only through
As a distributor you get access to XanGo Juice and are authorized to sell it
and recruit a down line of distributors to increase your profits.
From researching Andy Willoughby's 3 Step Plan it seems that he's offering you a
chance to invest in a radio co-op where the leads derived from his radio
advertising will be shared amongst his members and should help you build a large
down line and customer base.
So, when you put it all together you need to invest an initial membership fee
of $35 and you're also required to purchase a minimum of 1 case (that's 4 x 25oz bottles) of XanGo Juice
per month at a whole sale price of $100. And when
you sell a bottle of XanGo Juice you'll earn a profit of around $15 per bottle.
The MLM aspect comes in as a second stream of income since you get 5% from
your down lines sales. Actually much of the criticism of MLM
comes from this aspect as some people tend to focus more on recruiting rather
than the product.
So is Andy Willoughby's 3 Step Plan a Scam...?
His plan is not a scam since all he's doing is charging you an additional
monthly fee to receive leads for your business. If you're someone who's
been successful with MLMs in the past and know how to build a large customer
base and down line then you don't need Andy Willoughby's 3 Step Plan.
The most important thing is to approach this business opportunity with a
realistic outlook and all the facts. If you're not good at sales or
talking with people then this business is just not for you since your role in
the co-op is to convert radio leads into customers/distributors over the phone.
You also need to accept the challenges of sales, especially in today's
economy a $40 bottle of juice is a very tough sell. On top of that don't
forget all the expenses involved with this business such as the monthly required
shipment, marketing costs, and the co-op fees.
The bottom line is that if you're not moving XanGo Juice in mass quantities
or aren't converting your leads into distributors you won't make much money.
Remember, you're only making $15 per bottle so to make a livable wage
you'd have to sell over 50 bottles per week. You also can't rely solely on
your down line for income since the turnover rate for any MLM is extremely high.
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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints for
Willoughby's 3 Step Plan'
Bascomb Church South Lincoln, Indiana
2:29pm on December 22nd, 2014
Your boy Andi is now out there pushing another MLM scheme. Have you heard the "blue card" nonsense. Use the card at retailers and get a discount. get a piece of teh action. get others to sell the "bluecard" and get a piece of their acion too. God luck Xango sellers.
A. Morgan PA
9:21pm on December 11th, 2014
Ponzi scheme. you get tasty juice but what is not worth is buying box after box with no leads. Its too expensive and the business is shady.
10:10pm on October 29th, 2014
This guy is not for real. He takes advantage of stupid people and smiles as he counts his money. Stay away from this scam artist.
MIke F Louisville, KY
12:45pm on September 3rd, 2014
If they try to sign you with Xango. SCREEM, RUN and don't look back. It's a HUGE SCAM!! Sherman Unkefer is on the choping block. Google Sherman Unkefer 2014 and see for yourself. As for the leads, they are very expensive and don't work very well at all. STEAR CLEAR!
paul peterson las vegas
9:32pm on August 25th, 2014
Andy are you still having Monday night calls on XanGo
Bill T lake arrowhead Ca.
9:38pm on July 18th, 2012
Thanks for your work. It saved me money, and time.
Jim In Occupied Amerika Location unknown
8:08am on May 28th, 2012
All of the One- and Two-star comments are closest to the truth.
Economically, the MLM model is a glorified Ponzi Scheme and is ultimately parasitical. It attracts the gullible and desperate who can't find real work. The whole subculture is based on the old Amway crackpot pseudo-religious revival mindset. Again, the gullible truly believe in it and the desperate abandon their intelligence and go with it, hoping for it to be real. Popular neocon icons are trotted out to revive the faithful, even though they are surviving off of somebody in the family who has a real job.
Folks, there are only four ways to actually create sellable wealth: agriculture, mining, fishing, and manufacturing products from the first three. Only those few services that directly support the above are economically legitimate because they enable those functions to be maintained and distributed to the people. The American economy, as it is now, is way over financialized, over retailed, over serviced, and way too much posturing and bullshizz gimmicks, like MLM.
We'd have to go back to 1955-1965 to find the American economy at its zenith, best utilization of domestic labor power, and fairest distribution of wealth.
10:27pm on February 9th, 2012
If the business is so successful, why do the floportunity presenters point blank refuse to show their 1040 form when I request it from them?
Furthermore, you can purchase the juice, made by a different company, from Wallmart for less than half the Xango MSRP.
Ron G Illinois
3:13pm on January 23rd, 2012
Man oh man, sure can tell you all don't know what your talking about. Mangosteen Fruit is the most researched product in the world, Aloe Vera, is the only thing close. Since drinking the juice, my B.P., Diabetes numbers are down. Only been on it 3 months and my Pain is gone. A truck driver with no pain? And if MLM is so Stupid, why does William Buffet own 3 of them? Oh, did I forget to mention Donald Trump. What was he said to the audience of the Tonight Show? Oh Yea, Laugh, thats why I'm up here and well, your down there,(poor). OOOHHH, and why is it your Government thinks EVERY AMERICAN HOME, should have a mlm business. MAYBE, YOU should LEARN, before you speak. Maybe you should find out what the government is trying to TELL you BEFORE its to LATE.
david c greensboro
8:54pm on January 18th, 2012
Let me get this straight.. someone took some obscure fruit juice, ascribed some magical yet UNPROVEN qualities to it, puts a price tag of $40 per bottle on it and people actually buy it?
You're serious? ha ha ha...
PT Barnum had it right.
Alisa Hall Olathe KS
5:56pm on August 23rd, 2011
I have used Andy WIlloughbys 3 step Plan for several years and have found that it is the best way to build a business with out bothering your friends and family. You are talking with people who are business minded and have the will to be above average and work hard.
I know Andy Willoughby personally and he is a good man who loves his family and loves to help others . He is a great business man and has a lot of down to earth common sense.
He has enough sense to not bash people and businesses that he doesn't know personally.
He has help many people change their lives for the better in business, relationships and the belief system they have in themselves .
I would encourage anyone to get involved with his program. Read his book . Get to know him personally. You will be a better person for it.
Geoff Reese Texas
4:29pm on August 15th, 2011
I was not going to comment on this but after reading many of the below the belt attacks, I had to speak up. This business is not for everyone. A lot of people do fail. Most fail because they don't do what it takes to make it successful. However, most people get pretty excited to realize that they can be successful if they just learn a few skills and they can make money over and over again. But, then there are those, and you know who they are, they would rather complain about how bad things are, surf the internet, drink beer and sit on the couch instead of doing something that can better themselves and their family. This is a skills based business so you do need to put in the work to make it happen.
I have been with Xango for 5 years and bought Andy's leads. Some of the leads are good and some not so much. Some of the people who respond to the ads are looking for a free ride and again, not willing to do what it takes to change their life.
To those of you attacking Andy personally and making a judgment based upon his voice. Seriously?? You will let a persons voice stand in the way of something that could possibly change your life. I know Andy personally and can attest to his quality of charter, honesty and integrity.
To those who can't stand all the ads you hear. He's got every right to pay for ads on any station he thinks will generate the most leads for those of us who have joined the co-op. If you don't like to listen to them then turn the channel.
There is one thing I CAN agree with you on. This business is not for you. It's one thing to say you don't like the business and think it's a scam. If you think that, fine. It's quite another to attack someone you don't know anything about.
Del Macfall Palm Beach, Florida
7:21pm on July 25th, 2011
Refer to my previous comments...
jay duvay oberlay chatsworth cal
1:39pm on February 13th, 2011
How the heck are ya anyway?
M.Ward Carson, CA
7:08pm on November 17th, 2010
Other than the multi-level-marketing aspect of this scheme - WHERE is the DATA supporting the DEMAND for this product?
I'm not going to strong-arm ANYONE I know to buy some product that I know NOTHING ABOUT (and I've HEARD NOTHING ABOUT), and I see NOTHING that would indicate that there's actually a DEMAND for hundreds of bottles a MONTH of this Xango Juice.
You all know, at SOME POINT EVERY product reaches its saturation point, right?
How many 3-step-planners ARE THERE?
What is the DEMAND for this Xango Juice?
How can ANYONE intelligently even CONSIDER this scheme without being told the FACTS?
NEVER, EVER would I consider this scheme!
Anyway Wasilla, AK
2:07pm on October 13th, 2010
I hear these ads on the radio all the time and it took me a while to figure out what's so creepy and false-sounding about them-it's the "anyway". Think about it. "How in the world are you"? Sounds fine, sounds normal, doesn't it? Now add the "anyway". "How in the world are you anyway?" What? What the heck does that mean? What is the purpose of that "anyway"?
anneka juilus los angeles
11:57pm on September 20th, 2010
Multi-Level-Marketing is ridiculous.
If you do it, you are a fool. You are in a cult. Get out. Get a job or save your money and buy a REAL business.
Quit annoying your friends, family and people you work with. They despise you.
David B. Atlanta,Ga.
6:20pm on August 22nd, 2010
Bottom line is that anything you would prefer over normal everyday food is not a very "normal" attitude to have. Sounds more like an addiction to me. They say anything that is really good for you usually tastes bad. Well you can get Snapple drinks almost anywhere and there bad for you and still taste like some cheap sugar water. I can imagine what something tastes like that isn't even good enough for the supermarkets! But hey,I guess it's better than getting hooked on some kind of drugs. How much better we may never know.
Del Macfall Portland,Maine
3:35pm on August 12th, 2010
Refer to my previous remarks.. before my relocation to Portland,Maine..
Hopeless follower Memphis
4:09pm on May 18th, 2010
Hi yall. I just love this stuff. We buy bottles of it every week, but we'll probably not make rent on our trailer next week due to the $40 per bottle cost. Maybe the church will let us sleep in the basement. There shue seem to be a lot of hard-core followers supporting Andy. Guess they are all hopeless followers also. Hey people, just eat real fruit and you don't have to pay Andy. He sounds wrong to me.
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