We are all looking for ways to make more money and you probably came across My Fun Life. Can I ask you something? Did you lose sleep after watching those videos? Some of you probably did because it made you do a lot of thinking and most especially day dreaming.
In this review, I want to show you what you will expect if you join this business and most especially if it is worth losing sleep to something that might possibly be another pyramid scheme or some type of scam.
My Fun Life is another MLM, which promotes savings on everything you would do when you travel. From booking your ticket to deciding what resort you will be staying at, My Fun Life will save you money.
By becoming a member of My Fun Life, you get access to their mobile app. Other than saving money, you will be doing the whole recruiting thing just like you would with any other network marketing business.
There is no tangible product with this program and that is what I like to call the recipe for another pyramid scheme. In regards to MLM, I really don’t like programs that don’t have an actual product.
Is this wrong? Not really. Will I join something like this? Absolutely not. Just imagine if you went up to one of your friends and told them about this amazing “business opportunity” that they should join. What will you tell them you’re selling?
Discounts on resorts? My Fun Life is not the only company to come up with a travel pyramid and they are all starting to pop out of nowhere. One very popular one is Wake Up Now and you have probably heard of them too.
Things You Need to Know
What I really don’t like about this business is that they don’t mention that it is actually an app. Not only is it a membership on traveling, but it is in the form of a mobile app. I think this is something that needs to be mentioned, but you will only find out later in the game.
You also need to know that the owner (Dan Henderson) was also involved in other network marketing scams like YTB, which were taken to court by several states. They were also sued by many people, which of course is not a good thing.
This is nothing new to MLM and you will have people jumping all over the place because most don’t last very long. This is probably the biggest reason why I wouldn’t recommend any MLM.
Pros & Cons
- Can make you money
- Owner was involved in other scams
- Requires recruiting
- No tangible product
- In the “pyramid scheme” category
- Nothing but hype
- Is MLM
Although I really “couldn’t care less” (don’t argue with me on that) about MLMs and how this can help people make some extra money, I can’t stand how these programs are designed, especially with everyone at the top making the real money.
My Fun Life is actually one of the cheaper MLMs out there, but you know what that means right? It only means less money for you. It is going to cost you $25 a month to stay active and earn commissions with My Fun Life.
How You Make Money
Just like every single business like Amway and Melaleuca, they all make you money the same exact way. You will need to recruit your aunt’s best friend’s cousin if you want to make money with My Fun Life.
You will need to “build your team” and you will get a commission from different members at different levels, just like you would in any pyramid style business.
It will be paid according to their compensation plan, which I won’t be getting into. You can read more here on the My Fun Life comp plan if you would like to know how much you will make if Sue signs up Brad and Brad signs up Mary.
There’s More to it Than Savings
Just like most businesses like this, they all have one thing in mind and one thing only. It is not to allow you to save, or to make you rich. They want you to recruit other people, just so they can make more money.
This should not be new to you if you were ever involved with any other multilevel marketing business. I have done my share of MLMs and I can tell you that it is not easy.
You either get pressured from someone close to you or you see nothing but dollar signs, just to find out that it is a lot harder than most people make these things sound. You will be lucky if you can recruit more than 2 people!
My Fun Life at a Glance
Name: My Fun Life
Owner: Dan Edwards
Overall Rating: 1.5/5 stars
Is My Fun Life a Scam?
My Fun Life is not a scam but it is definitely not on Santa’s good list that’s for sure. There are too many other travel MLM businesses being created and they all offer the same thing. You can “Google” any of the travel offers and you will find some type of savings on them.
If you are trying to make more money so that you can travel, you really have no business trying to join something you can’t even use. If you do decide to join some type of MLM, make sure it is something that you actually do or use yourself.
I can’t recommend My Fun Life, because I feel I would be setting you up for failure. There is a nice 98% of all people doing this that are making almost nothing, now what makes you think you’re going to be the next top recruiter?
That’s all I have to say about this business and I hope you have learned a thing or two from this review. Whether you decide to join My Fun Life or not, just remember that it is not going to be easy!
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