O’SNAP Review: Legit Healthy Mind MLM or Pyramid Scheme Scam?

Hey guys, David Nelly here from Safe Money Makers, and today we are going to be taking a look at the O’SNAP Active Lifestyle Multi-Level Marketing Company. 

Chances are that you heard of this company through word of mouth. Perhaps an old friend you haven’t spoken to for between 1-4 years, maybe a co-worker, or just someone overly excited in general.

And they make this O’SNAP product seem like the best thing in the world, but not only that, but they let you in on a little secret! You could make money selling this stuff, and it will be easy, this product will pretty much sell itself!

But, you aren’t 100% convinced right? You have that weird gut feeling, you may be thinking that you are about to get involved with a scam, or even worse, maybe this is a pyramid scheme!

So you go online looking for answers, and lucky for you, you end up here at Safe Money Makers, and we are here to answer all of your O’SNAP-related questions!

I discovered this company back in June when II was writing my review on the controversial MLM company known as Elomir. To this day on August 12th, 2022, you still can’t buy any products from that MLM, but for some reason when you try to order the strip, you end up here on O’SNAP.

So today, I think it is necessary that we take a deep dive into this MLM company. Is this a scam? Is this legit? Will you make $10K a month or is this all BS?

Stick with us at Safe Money Makers to catch the excitement.

Now, when it comes to MLM opportunities, this is the criteria that I tend to look for, and the questions I think you should be asking.

🤔What is the income potential for this opportunity?

🤔How much Product, or usually in MLM terms, Personal Volume will I need to maintain my membership within its compensation plan?

🤔Is an income disclosure statement released by this company to properly follow FTC guidelines? This is important because you need to be able to trust the company you work with. If this is not provided, it is highly likely that the company is manipulating the narrative to make you believe you can make way more money than possible through this company.

🤔If an income disclosure is provided, what are the average earnings for people in the MLM? Does it look like there is a decent moving around rate with evenly dispersed percentages in the company’s structure? Or, does it look like 80% to 99% of all MLM distributors are never ever able to move above the beginner ranks and only make around $10-$1000 per year?

🤔How much time and energy will you be spending in the MLM? Will you be able to tackle this MLM structure in a relaxed pace? Will you be provided with an opportunity to use online marketing to promote the company’s products? Or will you be hustling all over doing door-to-door sales, hosting parties to introduce the product, and relying on selling to friends and family?

🤔Is the company’s product actually good, or improved over the competition? Or does the MLM rely more on upon recruiting others and attempting to finesse how much money you can make with the company to get people in versus selling the company’s product?

Now, my job here at Safe Money Makers is to help you avoid bad programs, scams, and pyramid schemes,  as well as help you find that online business opportunity that does guarantee you legitimate job replacement income!  (If you are willing to put in the work)

If you have studied MLMs and pyramid schemes like I have, as well as done all the research that I have, you would already understand that only 0.4% of people turn a profit in the Multi-Level Marketing/Direct Selling Industry.

You can see direct proof of this from a research case study done by the Federal Trade Commission. You can download a PDF file here that displays the truth in this.

The Premise of the product:

-Name: O’SNAP

-Owners: John and Najlah Malott

-Summary: Health and Wellness Based MLM model with an emphasis on healthy bodies, healthy minds, and “healthy business opportunities”

-Opportunity Cost: $49 annually to join

-Pros: Good money to be made, but only from the founding Ambassadors

-Cons: Overpriced MLM products, basically just energy gunk inside a plastic sealing, they are selling a small amount of Tumeric for $59.95

-Our rating: 0/5

-Is it a scam or is it legit: Scam

-Is it David Nelly Approved? No

What is O’SNAP?

O’SNAP allegedly is a complete all-in-one nutritional enhancement program, but all that they really sell are these little goo-like substances that come in little plastic packets.

The company claims to solve the four issues necessary to solve in order to be the most healthy version of yourself.

O’SNAP was created in 2020 by John and Najlah Malott. 

About John Malott:

John Malott was a screw-up in his younger years. He almost had a heart attack at the age of 17 from smoking cocaine. He also got into a lot of other types of troubles with the law growing up.

Then he recovered, high school dropout to Entrepreneur, John Mallot co-founded the Build Your Empire Website, which hosts entrepreneurial podcasts in seminars, although it hasn’t been updated since 2019. 

Along with this entrepreneur podcast thing he co-founded, John has been a partner of many MLM businesses including Pre-Paid Legal (now Legalshield, also now defunct) Seacret Direct in 2011, and Uforia Science in 2019. After being in Uforia Science for a short stint, John and his wife Najlah formed their own MLM company, which is what today’s review is focused on, O’SNAP

About Najlah Malott:

Najlah Malott is popular on Instagram and she is known for posting fitness and lifestyle videos.

Products Review: 

This is the entirety of O’SNAP’s product lineup, they sell these plastic packets, and there’s like this gel inside of them. Apparently, consuming the gel gives you the benefits of whatever the description is on the packet.

Outside of people inside of the company trying to recruit for their downlines, I can’t really find anyone who recommends or even knows about these O’SNAP gels.

They don’t have A BBB page, no Trustpilot, no one talks about this company on Reddit, and outside of what I would guess to be a circle of distributors, no one really knows anything about these products.

The only real social media presence that O’SNAP has is this Reddit post that explains how his hometown turned into a cult thanks to massive recruiting.

Some Distributors have made YouTube videos claiming that they have energy despite only having 3 hours of sleep. “don’t waste your time on coffee, 5-hour energy, etc. 

As far as I know, when you pay $60 for just one of these products, the supplement list is exactly what you are paying $60 to consume.

While most vitamin supplements cost $30 for 30 servings, O’SNAP charges you almost double the price, with the price of $59.45 for 28 servings.

While the distributors claim that this is way better than coffee, I can’t really agree with them when all this product really is is some overpriced vitamins mixed into some gel.

How much does it cost to join O’SNAP’s compensation plan?

To join, you have to pay $49, and that $49 is an annual fee.

When going through the ambassador sign-up, you will be presented with the option to purchase an Enrollment pack. This can cost between $300, $500, and $1,000. 

From what I understand, it is not necessary to purchase any of the enrollment packs, nor is it necessary to purchase products to run your business.

Compensation Plan Review:

As already mentioned at the beginning of this review, you’ll already realize that 99.6% of all participants in MLM are destined to lose money, but is O’SNAP any different? Could this be the one MLM company that will have a higher probability of yielding better results?

If you really want to make money through this company, it’s not going to be the dream 4-hour work week that you think it is going to be!

O’SNAP has 9 different ways to earn money through their compensation plan.

It’s the same common model used by companies like ArieylBravenlyB:Hip Global, and so many others. Your basic way to earn is through recruiting others to join the MLM, and you have some basic other ways to earn, such as through retail sales. 

With the recruiting model, you can build out your legs (like a pyramid) which leads you to rank up and get ranking bonuses as well.

However, this compensation plan has a bit of a costly model, and this is going to be a real big downer. In order to remain active and have the ability to make commissions with this company, you need to maintain a monthly volume of 20 CV(Commission Volume). This needs to be done either through selling the products or buying the products yourself out of your own pocket.

You can check out the entire compensation plan in this PDF below.

I do like this PDF explanation better than most as it does a better job at explaining your commissions in money terms instead of the MLM PV CV GPV weird abbreviations.

#1 Retail Sales

Make the commission off of the difference of what a regular customer would pay compared to what an ambassor would pay if you can sell O’SNAP products through your personal retail website.

#2 Powerpack Bonus

If one of your enrollees purchases one of the $300, $500, or $1000 enrollment packs, you will receive bonus recruitment commission payments.

#3 Core Four Payout

Basically to simplify, if you sell someone the Core Four package, you’ll receive a $35 commission, and people above you in the pyramid pecking order receive a $10 and $5 commission.

#4 Binary Step Pay

To qualify, you must have two ambassadors enrolled under you, and they must have accumulated at least 20 commission volume. one on your left leg, and one on your right. Based on the CV your left and right team achieves, it activates a potential bonus payment that can be paid to you each week.

#5 Matching Pay

Earn commission percentages of your downline as determined by your rank, and your enrolee’s rank.

#6 Rank Advancement Bonus

#7 Generational Pay

Earn up to 7 levels of Residual payments in your downline.

Levels 8 and 9 have yet to be announced.

You can earn a $250,000 cash prize if you reach and maintain the highest rank of Crown Royal for at least 4 months.

While there’s a lot of money to be made with this company, the whole model is built on recruiting other people. Rarely does this company promote the idea of actually selling authentic products to the customers, they all want you to be roped into the pyramid so that you’ll be forced to keep buying the products to maintain your necessary 20 CV ambassador status.

Review Conclusion:

Overall this company doesnt do anything new or innovative, it sells an over expensive energy product where they pretty much put in a bunch of tumeric, and while there is money to be made with the compensation model, those slots are already taken, meaning that you only stand to lose if you join as an ambassador.

Remember, 99.6% of all people lose money in an MLM, your case will be no different.

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David Nelly

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