Is Xocai (MXI Corp) Chocolate A Scam? – 5 Questions To Ask Your Sponsor Before Joining Xocai

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Hey everyone, what’s good in your life today? I wanted to take a few minutes and give an unbiased review on a relatively new company to the network marketing industry and to give the people who may be exploring this opportunity some questions to ask their sponsor which may prove helpful in determining if it’s a good fit.

The company I’m looking at today is Xocai (MXI Corp) which was founded in 2004 and markets a product line of “healthy chocolate”. Sounds good, right?

After spending some time today looking over their product line and compensation plan, I came up with 5 questions to ask your sponsor which I hope will help you overcome the question that every new person has when researching a prospective¬† network marketing company, “Is Xocai a scam?”.

1. “Is my personal autoship reasonable for personal consumption or do I need to re-sell it to friends and family?” When you join Xocai, you’re required to purchase 100pv worth of their chocolate (about $110) every 8 weeks, and that requirement increases in amount and frequency as you go through the ranks, so you’ll want to find out what you’re supposed to do with it. Is it a reasonable amount for you to consume every month to enjoy the health benefits, or do you have to go out and actively sell it to prevent it from stacking up in your garage?

2. “What exactly do I have to do to get paid?” Alright, you probably didn’t need my help with that one, but it’s my blog so I’ll write whatever I want! :D Ideally, the answer you’re looking for here is you need to sell/use Xocai products and teach others how to do the same (aka recruit other distributors).

Here’s one thing to keep in mind when going over the compensation plan with your sponsor:¬† you shouldn’t earn a commission for sole act of recruiting people into Xocai (MXI Corp) unless there is an actual product order included according to FTC regulations. As far as I can tell Xocai is good here, but keep that in mind as you’re talking to your sponsor.

3. “What do I have to do in order to make the income I want?” If you’re looking at joining Xocai, I assume you’ve put some thought into what kind of money you want or need to make in order for it to be worth the effort to build a business. With that said, it’s important to find out exactly what you have to do on a weekly basis to get to where you want to be income-wise.

This was really my only real concern when I looked at the Xocai compensation plan, because with a $40 buy-in and a 100pv autoship requirement every 8 weeks (vs. monthly for most other companies) for new distributors, I’d imagine it would take A LOT of new people coming into your business on a monthly basis in order to quickly get to an income that makes it worth your while. You don’t want to realize after the fact that you need to recruit 25 people every month to make any money, amirite?

I’m not saying that’s the case with Xocai Chocolate (MXI Corp), but it’s something I recommend talking about with your sponsor before you make a decision on if it’s a scam or not.

4. “What is the Xocai training program like?” What you’re looking for here is if you’re going to be taught to build a business that fits with your strengths and/or preferences. To clarify what I mean with my own story, I prefer to use the internet and social media to build my business because I don’t want to chase after my little sister or my best friend and try convince them to join me. So if I’m trained to “make a list of my top 100 friends to show the business to”, that wouldn’t fit in with how I would want to build a business. Nothing wrong with that method, it just doesn’t fit into what I want to do.

Does that make sense?

If you have a lot of influence over your friends and family, I know for a fact that can be a great way to build quickly. This is how my sponsor got his start over 14 years ago and it has lead to a comfortable six figure income for him and his family.

5. “Can you tell me about the team that I’d be apart of?” This is so important but almost always overlooked by people who are looking at Xocai Chocolate for the first time. You want to be apart of a team with strong leadership in place. Even if your sponsor is new to the business themselves, it doesn’t matter if you have a leadership team that is actively building a successful business since there will always be someone to take you by the hand to show you exactly what you need to do. Luckily, there are many great leaders in Xocai (MXI Corp) that are happy to help you along the way.

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Until Next Time,

Brian Rakowski

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