USANA and its Grand Pyramid Scheme - The Untold Truth
USANA Claims Only 12% of Distributors Join With The Intent To Make Money

During USANA's conference calls for 2007 first quarter financial results, Gil Fuller made the following statement:

"In surveys that we've done, which are consistent with DSA data, most people get into direct selling whether it's us or anybody else, Tupperware, Avon, or whatever, most people get in there to benefit from the product. And that's certainly the case with us, so you'll only have about something on the order of 12% of people who get into this business with the intent of making money, and only a small fraction of those, maybe half of those or something, do it with the intent of doing it more than part time."

Gil Fuller claims that only 12% of USANA distributors joined with the intent of making money. So I thought I would take a look at data provided by the Direct Selling Association. What I found was completely the opposite of USANA's claim. The following is directly stated on the DSA website. You can click on the image to see where it came from.

Hours Spent on Direct Selling Per Week (from 2008 National Salesforce Survey)

So according to data provided by the DSA, at least 88% of business associates put time into it. Therefore, they have an intent to make money. So unless the National Salesforce Survey conducted a phony survey, it appears USANA misrepresented their own survey.

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