Cellis Review – Legit Business or Big Scam? Find Out Here…

Welcome to my Cellis Review!

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In my review, we will be going over the company’s history, products, compensation plan, cost to join, and then follow it up with a final verdict with my opinion.

So, let’s get started!

Cellis Review – The Company

Cellis review

Cellis exists within the niche of nutritional supplements in the MLM world…

Operating out of Texas, the company is headed up by a man by the name Korey Johnson, the CEO and founder.

Considering the fact that Johnson himself lives in North Carolina, I’m guessing that is where the actual business is based.

But who is he?

According to his bio, he has experience in the industry, specifically 29 years in leadership earning up to six figures in two MLM companies; specifically, in Waiora (in 2010) and Valentus (in 2017).

Johnson left Valentus in late 2017 or early 2018, but I wasn’t able to find out why.

Cellis Reviews – The Products

Cellis Products

Cellis sells coffee, as well as weight loss and insulin-based nutritional supplements.

Their main product ‘Joe+’ is literally marketed as “the most delicious “Healthy Coffee” on the planet and is [their] proprietary blend of the finest coffee beans from Colombia, Garcinia Cambogia at 70% which active ingredient is HCA or Hydroxycitric Acid, L-Theanine an amino acid, and [their] proprietary ingredient Bio3C (Dihydroberberine). 

But weight loss isn’t the only thing they are trying to tackle! The company also claims that these products may help with glucose tolerance, appetite, energy levels, and stimulation of the mind.

From what is listed on their website, the product comes as a box of fifteen serve sticks which are sold for $67 a month in twin packs.

And of course, then they have Fuse, a supplement to add to your Joe+ coffee.

Apparently, “when you combine a cup of delicious CELLiS Joe + with CELLiS FUSE you will accelerate your weight loss to a whole new level!

Bio3C (Dihydroberberine) when blended with nature’s finest weight loss and energy creating ingredients like Vitamins B12 and B6, Caralluma Fimbriata, Chromium Polynicotinate, and Phenylethylamine losing weight has never been easier!”

Fuse comes as thirty tablets sold in a $37 box.

And together with Joe+, you can buy both for $104 a month.

Whilst reading the above description, one thing did stand out to me…

And that was “Bio3C”

It’s a single supplement with a “proprietary formulation” made of cinnamon and chromium polynicotinate meant to “boost the effectiveness of insulin, which helps keep your blood sugar at optimal levels and promotes overall wellness.”

That alone comes in a bottle of 60 tablets that is sold for $87.

The Cellis Compensation Plan

Just like most MLMs, Cellis requires a fee that affiliates must pay for membership, with commissions being paid when they sponsor others to do the same.

Sponsorship Commissions

Cellis pay sponsorship commissions through a unilevel compensation structure capped at three levels.

Affiliates can earn commission when they purchase either the $536 Lifestyle Package or $1036 VIP Lifestyle Package.

  • Sponsorship of a new $536 Lifestyle Package affiliate pays $150 on level 1 (personally sponsored affiliates) and $37.50 on levels 2 and 3
  • Sponsorship of a new $1036 VIP Lifestyle Package affiliate pays $300 on level 1 and $75 on levels 2 and 3

Visionary Bonus

And additional Visionary Bonus is paid for every 5 sponsored Cellis affiliates as a sponsorship-based bonus.

The actual amount of the bonus depends on the package they purchased from above.

Matching Bonus

When affiliates qualify for the Visionary Bonus, they can also qualify for a Matching Bonus for 120 days.

I was unable to find any further details about this on their website.

Cost to Join Cellis

The cost to join Cellis depends on the package you purchase upon sponsorship and membership (either $536 for a Lifestyle Pack or $1036 for a VIP Lifestyle Pack)

The biggest difference between the two packages is simply the bundled products and income opportunity for each, as stated in the compensation plan.

Verdict on Cellis

I know what you guys are thinking…. Jeez…. the compensation plan is a bit… short?

Yes, it is.

And with that little amount of revenue coming from all over, one begins to wonder…

So, basically most of their compensation plan is just a bunch of nonsense since the real income opportunity comes from people paying for membership.

Also, we can’t ignore the likeness between Cellis and Valentus.

Both were coffee-based companies with a focus on sponsorship over retail sales.

But for being so retail-based, Cellis fails to even provide an inch of detail in their compensation plan.

I do find it ironic that Valentus was considered “thriving” in September 2017.

I mean, take a look at this fluff piece:

“Florida couple Korey and Renae Johnson love attending their children’s basketballgames, playing an active role in their church and traveling — and they do all of it while maintaining a thriving Valentus business.”

Florida, huh? So apparently Johnson was originally based there before moving to North Carolina?

But I’m just glad I didn’t get roped into that whole thing while it was “thriving”.

And who makes Cellis products, you ask?

A company called LacoreLabs.

They claim to be a manufacturing facility in Texas (aaahhh so that’s where the Texan address comes from).

Here’s a snippet I found on the internet from Terry Lacore, the owner, himself:

“We do not have a marketing department, we are a contract manufacturer… bring your own formula or work with our experts to design the right formula to suit your audience and budget.”

Doesn’t that sound a bit conflicting?

Are these products actually being produced or just being bought from somewhere else, we may never know…

But my job today isn’t to break down Lacore’s credibility. If anything, they are simply a third-party here.

But why quit Valentus if it was so successful? Why open the same type of company named Cellis?

It just all seems a bit too good to be true…so maybe think twice before joining this one…

Thanks for reading my Cellis Review! If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to leave them down below…

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