Pure Leverage Complaints – Review

While researching online, I found many Pure Leverage Complaints that I would like to share with you.

Ripoff Report _ Pure Leverage Complaint Review Internet.

Ripoff Report on Joel Therien CEO of Pure Leverage

Ripoff Report on Joel Therien

Pure Leverage, is backed up by GVO (Global Venture Opportunities).  The umbrella company was founded in 1999.

I have also found 4 Pure Leverage complaints with the BBB against their umbrella company GVO:

4 complaints closed with BBB in the last 3 years | 2 closed in last 12 months.  GVO has been rated F by BBB which is the lowest rating

Pure Leverage is an online opportunity that leverages the power of its member base to make YOU money without experiencing the common challenges, problems, or pitfalls that most go through when attempting to start a successful home-based business.  – GVO Pure Leverage Site

What is wrong with this picture?

Without experiencing the challenges of pitfalls!  Yes, You are right!  This sentence should be a red flag right there!  We saw in my previous post “Fear Of Failures” that experiencing pitfalls is only natural when you are trying to build a successful online business.  Successful persons are individuals who refuse to get knocked down and keep on going.

 

Pure Leverage ReviewPure Leverage

Name: Pure Leverage
Website: http://pureleverage.com
Price: $24.95 + $19.95/mo, $141.90/mo
CEO: Joel Therien
Inception Date: March 4, 2012                                                                                                                                                         Overall Rank: 25 out of 100

Pure Leverage, Product Overview

Pure Leverage is a copycat of Empower Network MLM company. It is an”all in one” scheme that claims to do all the hard work for you.

The Pros and Cons

Pros:

PRO #1  Complete explanation guide provided
PRO #2  The cost of the program is a lot lower than other similar schemes out there
PRO #3  Full 30 days money back guarantee

Cons:

CON #1  The blogging page is the same for everybody with the same domain name.
CON #2  Pyramid Scheme

Con #3  Their support team is awful

Who is Pure Leverage For?

Pure Leverage is for people who have prior online experience.  I would not recommend this for newbies.  If you are new with online marketing Pure Leverage is not for you.  If you are looking to make money online, then I would recommend checking this online Training.

Pure Leverage Tools & Training  

Web Presence & Site:

  • Web Presence & Site
  • Lead Capture System
  • Auto Responder
  • Video: Email & Streaming
  • Live Conference Room
  • Elite Live Coaching
  • 100% Commissions

Pure Leverage Support

Email Support Only.  On different forums, I saw lots of complaints about their customer service.

Pure Leverage Price

For the core program “Elite Marketing Tool Suite” the cost to join is $24.95/mo:  During the sign up there are optional upsells.

If you want to become an affiliate, it will be an additional $19.95 a month

They also have another program called VIP for $97 a month.  This program offers training and turnkey campaigns.

Upsells:

  • Take Massive Action:   It time payment of $97: It is a Series of videos from internet gurus teaching you how to succeed with the Pure Leverage MLM System. 
  • Smart Marketing Coaching: It will cost you $47/month extra – This is simply a marketing program teaching you how to succeed with the Pure Leverage System.
  • I.P Syndicate Center – $97/month. If you add this program, they claim that you will be able to make a bigger commission.
  • GotBackup – $7.99/month to 12.99/month.  With Got Backup you will receive unlimited backups and unlimited storage for all your data.
  • Online Marketing Masters Workshop – $497 one-time payment; another video series “Take Massive Action.”  It teaches you the basic of building success online
  • Freedom Live 2014 Las Vegas – $197 one-time fee. This video is very motivational for many reasons.  Pure Leverage has a yearly event where they gather successful online entrepreneurs.    They give tips on how to reach online success, and this is entirely recorded on video.  You can then purchase his video once a year.

pure Leverage

Compensation

You will need to pay the level you want to earn money.  For instance, if you want to make money promoting the VIP level you will have to pay $141.90 per month.  Kind of a bait and switch tactic that we find within the MLM

Pure Leverage is not like a real MLM Model.  They have real tools and merchandise within the platform. You are selling people into your downline, so it is a real business model here.

The purpose of the Pure Leverage program is to get other people to join under you. (MLM)  One of their big selling speech is they claim you get 100% commissions, but you only really get 100% in the first month for referring others into this scheme.

Pure Leverage payment structure

pure leverage paymen structure

This is an MLM scheme.  Why? You are selling the same product you are getting to others.  That is the way you make money!

My Final Opinion of Pure Leverage


My fair, insightful and hopefully the most thorough, opinion of the Pure Leverage System is that it is another MLM Schemes.  In conclusion, you are building somebody else dreams, helping them strengthen their empire instead of creating your own.

Pure Leverage is a program that claims you will get“100% commission”. In reality, it is only for the first month.  They make you feel that when you join for $24.95/month, you have everything when in fact you need to invest $141.90 per month if you want it all and that is beside the upsells that you can add on.

 

Pure Leverage at a Glance…

Name: Pure Leverage

Website: http://pureleverage.com
CEO: Joel Therien
Price: $24.95 + $19.95/mo, $141.90/mo
Overall Scam Rank: 25 out of 100

VERDICT:

Pure Leverage has good Tools, infinite of Upsells,  Customer Support Complaints, Support done through email only, Final Verdict:  I do not recommend this system.

Please share any experience you had with the Pure Leverage program in the comments box below;  I would like to hear from you.

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8 Comments

  1. Reply

    Whenever I see a program that claims that you do not have to do anything, I ignore, delete, move on! My years ago, I tried on of these, I only lost $37, so it was a cheap lesson. They sound too good to be true, and prey on those that are desperate and have not done their research on the background of the company. They are very slick and convincing, unfortunately. But, as long as there are people who sign up, they will continue to leech people funds away from them. Thank you for the caution.

    • Reply

      Hi Judith, thanks for your comment. You it is too good to be true, it normally is! “Get Rich Quick” and “let our auto responder do the work for you”…. Stay away from those schemes…. You have to work hard to succeed! You are right!

  2. Courtney

    Reply

    I’ve definitely gotten scammed a few too many times! And although I’ve not ever heard of Pure Leverage, after reading your article and reviewing the information you provided I tend to agree with you. That’s crazy about getting 100% the first month but every following month thereafter you only receive 50% — just goes to show that it’s so important to read the fine print. I’ve made that mistake before, always a learning experience! Thanks for sharing this, I’m sure it’ll be beneficial and assist folks in being a bit more proactive than reactive where scammy businesses are concerned!

  3. Reply

    Thanks for the review. People might not realize that learning about the good and bad of businesses in your niche can save you in the long run. I think I am goi g to keep a list of scammers that can checkout when I am in doubt about a business. Do you think I will have enough paper?

    • Reply

      Hey Maurice! Thanks for your comment! Lol nope you are not going to have enough paper because they are more coming up all the time!

  4. Reply

    Thank you for this very thorough review of Pure Leverage. I had looked at this company before and it sounds so wonderful, but like you said it takes more experience than the average person has in online marketing. I opted for Wealthy Affiliate instead.

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