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What is SuperLife World? Scam or Legit MLM?

SuperLife World Review

What is SuperLife World? In this review of this nutritional supplements MLM company, you will find everything you want to know.

From its nutritional products quality to its compensation plan and my opinion of your chances of success with it, here you will get all the information you need to make an informed decision about this business opportunity.

Is SuperLife World making bold claims about its supplements that it could get into trouble for?

It seems that one is not able to purchase its products off its website. The prices are not even listed. What does that mean for you?

Follow me as I walk you through the ins and outs of the business, with my own analysis of it, which will hopefully help you consider a more balanced view, amidst the hype and glamour portrayed by SuperLife World and all its affiliates.


Without further ado, let’s dive right in now!



SuperLife World Review Summary


Product: SuperLife World

URL: https://superlifeworld.com/

Creator: Lai Tek Kean

Product type: MLM company in the nutritional supplements niche

Price: $65 to $1170 membership (which includes product packages)

Scam / Legit? : Legit

Recommended or not? : NOT recommended

SuperLife World has legitimate products, except that they do not seem to focus on marketing them to retail customers.

Its nutritional supplements are bundled with its membership, with higher membership levels leading to greater earning potential.

With a strong emphasis on recruitment rather than retail, I do not recommend this MLM company as a business opportunity. It definitely will not be an easy task to make an income out of this, unless you have a ready network of targeted leads who will be excited about being recruited into your team.




What is SuperLife World


A brief background of SuperLife World


Based in Malaysia, SuperLife World was started in 2017.

CEO and Founder, Lai Tek Kean, envisions to revolutionize the industry of direct sales.

In the short two years that it has been in business, SuperLife World has already expanded into more than 20 countries worldwide, with more than half of its website traffic originating from Nigeria (instead of its home country Malaysia).

On its FAQ page, what strikes me is how it attempts to shift the balance from recruitment towards retail, claiming that there is no direct correlation between the number of recruits and compensation, which seems rather far-fetched.

superlife world recruits vs compensation


Anyone with some basic understanding of the MLM industry will know that the more people you recruit, the greater your earnings.

Hence it seems like SuperLife World is shooting itself in the foot with its FAQ section.

Before we examine this further, let’s first take a look at the products offered by the company.


SuperLife World Product Line


The 3 main nutritional supplements are: SuperLife Total Care, Colon Care, and Immune Care.

SuperLife Total Care 30

STC30 prides itself as the origin of stem cell in the treatment and prevention of diseases.

superlife world total care


This is a very bold statement indeed, something that the authorities may not be too happy with. I was rather surprised to see it, as I would have thought nutritional companies would be more careful about the health claims they make, with so many preceding court cases of such nature.

Anyway, SuperLife World then goes on to provide a comprehensive and impressive write up of the ingredients in STC30, which includes
– blackcurrant juice powder
– bilberry extract
– glisodin (cantaloupe extract)
– Vitis Vinifera (cell extract from grapes)
– Phytocelltec Malus Domestica (liposomal preparation of apple stem cells)


SuperLife Colon Care 15

SCC15 enhances the health of your colon and promotes the growth of friendly bacteria in the gut.

Its essential ingredients include
– corn soluble fiber
– chlorophyll
– amla extract
– green apple powder
– beet root powder
– aloe vera powder
– astaxanthin
– grape seed powder
– milk thistle extract
– psyllium husk powder
– probiotics and multivitamins


SuperLife Immune Care

SIC boosts your immunity with a proprietary blend of:
– wild AFA (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae cyanobacteria)
– snow algae extract
– spirulina extract
– astaxanthin
– chicory fiber
– moringa
– chlorophyll
– coenzyme Q10
– guarana extract
– vitamin B complex
– mixed berries


SuperLife World Product Quality and Feedback


Personally, I am not one who buys into supplements. I believe nature provides for us in abundance, in whatever state the vegetables and fruits are already in, those are meant for our bodies to derive the maximum healing benefits from.

But of course, that’s just me and my opinion.

I am sure there are many people who can vouch for how certain nutritional supplements have changed their lives.

The thing with SuperLife World is that I am unable to find unbiased feedback about its products’ quality from retail customers. There are positive reviews scattered all over the internet, though, presumably by its affiliates. So I would really take them with a pinch of salt.

Ultimately, no matter what product you are going to promote, you need to try it out for yourself, and be convinced of its benefits and the wonders it can do for you. Without a passion for what you are trying to sell, people can easily sense it if you are in it solely for the money.




SuperLife World Business Opportunity


SuperLife World does not seem to provide official documents for its business opportunity on its website. The information presented here is gleaned from various distributor websites.


How to become a SuperLife World Distributor


These are the four membership packages that you can buy into.

Starter package – $65 (1 box of SuperLife products)

Star package – $125 (2 boxes of SuperLife products)

Supreme package $480 (8 boxes of SuperLife products)

Super package – $1170 (20 boxes of SuperLife products)

Each box contains 15 sachets of STC30.


How to make money with SuperLife World


Just as with any other MLM opportunity, there are two main ways to make money with SuperLife World – through retail commission by selling the products at retail price, and through recruitment commission and other bonuses by getting people to sign up as a distributor under your team.


Retail commission


You will get to earn retail commission by selling off (at retail price) the SuperLife products that you bought through the membership packages.

The unavailability of a retail sales channel on SuperLife World’s website signals a lack of focus on the retail aspect of the business.

Customers who would like to try the products would inadvertently face a sales pitch by the distributor they encounter, enticing them to sign up the membership packages so that they can get the products at a lower price, and at the same time get to promote it.

Because of this, I do not recommend anyone to join SuperLife World.

For any business to be sustainable, even one running on the MLM model, products have to be the main focus, and not recruitment.

Only with great quality products that really sell on its own merits will the business add value to customers, by meeting a real demand.

When people buy into a program mainly for its earning potential, the growth of the business will reach a premature plateau, as there is a limit to the number of people who would join any MLM company.


Recruitment commission


Since there are various membership packages, the higher priced the package that you buy into, the greater your earning potential when you recruit others into the program.

As a starter member

You earn $12.50 for recruiting a starter member, $15 for recruiting a star member, $30 for a supreme member, and $40 for a super member.

As a star member

You will earn $15 for recruiting a starter member, $30 for a star member, $60 for a supreme member, and $80 for a super member.

As a supreme member

You will earn $15 for recruiting a starter member, $30 for a star member, $140 for a supreme member, and $160 for a super member.

As a super member

You will earn $15 for recruiting a starter member, $30 for a star member, $140 for a supreme member, and $350 for a super member.


Other earnings tied to recruitment

Beyond these, there are other commissions and bonuses, which I will not be getting into the details here.

There are residual commissions, binary compensation structure, key-in bonus, etc.

It suffices to know that the more recruits you bring into the company, the higher your earnings will be. And it seems that this is the main focus of SuperLife World’s affiliates sales pitches all over, with merely a slight hint at retail commissions, if any.

I definitely wouldn’t call this company a pyramid scheme, but from the looks of how things are at the moment, SuperLife World seems to have a slant towards it.


Why SuperLife World may not work for you


Firstly, it may not be easy to convince people about the efficacy of its products, especially since its write up on STC30 highlights human stem cells, but the best you can find in its products are plant stem cells, if any.

To ride on big terms in medical and health sciences, when its supplements may not be much different from those manufactured by other nutritional companies, is not something that I personally condone.

Another important point is that there seems to be no easy access to the products for retail customers who only want to try them out without getting involved in the business opportunity.

To me, this is a red flag that says the company is more concerned about its own profits than whether its distributors get to benefit from it or not.

Recruiting is so much harder than retailing products, which will sell themselves if consumers can see value in them.

These days, many people are skeptical of anything MLM. People have realized how these incentive structures are created to work for the founder and his team, and those who had jumped on the bandwagon early enough.

For the rest of the distributors at the lower ranks, the chances of profiting are minute, to say the least. According to a report found on the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) website, 99% of MLM participants will not make money.




To round up this article, let me recap and summarize the pros and cons, before I finally make my conclusion.


Pros of SuperLife World


1. New company

Being relatively new, this means it is more likely than not that SuperLife World is still in its growth stage. Hence it is possible to make some money from it, if you have a robust network that is open to MLM opportunities.


2. Evergreen niche

The health and nutrition niche is an evergreen one that will never go out of fashion. That is also exactly why it is such a competitive niche too.

Some examples of MLM companies in the same niche include Jeunesse, Emris, 4Life, and NeoLife, to name just a few.


Cons of SuperLife World


1. Pay to play pricing scheme

The higher membership package level that you buy into, the greater your earning potential once you start recruiting others into your team.

Hence even though $65 for a starter member package may not seem like a big sum to pay, the earnings are small too.


2. Focus on recruitment

For any MLM opportunity that focuses on recruitment, you will recoup your initial investments only after you have signed up a significant number of members into your team.

The thing is, this kind of scheme is not sustainable, as most people do not have the resources, network and marketing know-how to find targeted leads. Hence the drop-off rate is extremely high.

It also means that all the time and effort you spent convincing prospects to join the company tend to go down the drain once they discover it is not going to work for them and simply fade away from the scene silently.


3 Family and friends start to shun you

Relationships will likely start to suffer if you target family and friends, trying to sell SuperLife World products to them, or trying to rope them into the business.


Is SuperLife World Scam or legit? 


SuperLife World is a legitimate MLM company in the nutritional supplements niche.

With bold health claims that have not been verified, as well as a focus on recruitment that may not work to your advantage, I wouldn’t recommend this as a business opportunity.



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If you have any concerns or questions regarding this SuperLife World review, do comment below, and we will start a conversation from there.


20 thoughts on “What is SuperLife World? Scam or Legit MLM?”

  1. I don’t think STC 30 is US FDA approved. US FDA normally approves drugs. Food & Drug Administration. STC 30 is not a drug. I do see why folks are weary. Most of the testimonies are from Nigeria or other African country. I have yet to see a testimony from the US, UK or even Canada. I bought a 2 month supply to try the product. I will be checking my sugar levels, & blood pressure to see if there is any significant change for the better.

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    • Harold, you’re absolutely right. It is not under the purview of the US FDA to approve non-drug dietary supplements.

      I hope it helps your health condition, but do let your doctor know you’re taking it.

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  2. Thanks Joo! It’s true that US FDA has not approved this products. Your research of information is quite valuable (and verifiable).Thanks for taking your time to do these. Am sure you have saved many of us.

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  3. Would like to join but need to double confirm first as to whether Super Life World has obtained his AJL licence from KPDNKK for the MLM business

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    • Hi Aishah,

      Sorry, I’m not familiar with the acronyms you’ve mentioned.
      Let’s see if some representative from SuperLife World is able to answer your question.

      Reply
  4. Hi, are there any clinical trials.
    Like you said the Web is full of praise, probably agents.
    I stumbled on your blog, searching for the efficacy of this product.
    In South Africa it is very expensive R2400.00 for 2 boxes, to be used per month, plus this is promotion price. Normal price
    R 3400.00!. Thanks.

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    • Hi, it doesn’t seem like there have been any clinical trials for the products, which is mostly the case for MLM companies. Even for those that claim to have lab reports, those are usually run in-house by their own research and development teams, instead of being third party testing.

      Reply
  5. Someone has asked me to join and try ST30 but I want someone to tell me that it actually works on cancer patients as I was sent a graphic picture of someone with mouth cancer and which did not really convince me.

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    • Hi Juliet,

      Sorry I’m not able to answer this, as I do not know anyone personally who has had SuperLife products help with their cancer conditions. We will see if any readers here can help with your question.

      Reply
  6. I am a superlife beneficiary, i earn from home. I sell Stc30 on retails. I don’t preach what i don’t know. There are so many scammers out there looking for a way to eat your money but Superlife isn’t one of them. You free to reach me using my email contact: [deleted]

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    • Hi Wisdom,

      It’s great that you are earning with SuperLife World based on retail.
      Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us, we appreciate it.
      (I have removed your email, for your privacy)

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      • Very clearly the standard “New Age of Direct Sales” pyramid scam operation based in KL Malaysia…

        sample..:
        The membership packages that you have to buy into.
        Starter package – $65 (1 box of SuperLife products)
        Star package – $125 (2 boxes of SuperLife products)
        Supreme package $480 (8 boxes of SuperLife products)
        Super package – $1170 (20 boxes of SuperLife products)

        Recommended or not:….. certainly NOT recommended !

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    • O i am more concern about the products effectiveness claims how does the product work where is it manufactured and is it FDA approved?

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      • Hello, I work with SuperLife World, I am a beneficiary of it’s products. How does the products work? it works at the cellular level, the foundation of the body. Learn more about it, in our website. Where is the product manufactured? Mibelle Biochemistry, by a world renowned Dr Fred Zuli. Is it FDA approved? YES IT IS.

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        • Hi Franklin,

          Thank you for answering Anton’s questions.

          When you say it is FDA approved, I don’t suppose you mean the U.S. FDA?
          Because as far as I’m aware, they do not approve dietary supplements, which I believe is the category that SuperLife World products would fall under.
          Refer to the U.S. FDA’s article here.

          I just want to make things clear here, as I do not want my readers to go away with the misunderstanding that SuperLife World products are U.S. FDA approved.

          If you’re referring to the FDA of any other country in which SuperLife is being marketed, then it is just part of the legislative process to get registered with the local authorities before any company can start selling their products there.

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        • Hie Franklin. The issue here isn’t with the history or at least purported company history or that the company exists or not. The real question is DO THESE PRODUCTS REALLY WORK THE WAY THEY ARE SAYING IT WORKS???
          Have you, yourself had any ailments that got cured?

          Reply

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