Newest DNA Scam Nutricellix

What is NutriCellix? Is it an innovative DNA Weight Loss Breakthrough?

Click on link above for update as of 4 February

Update 9 January ~ 2020 New Year’s Day launch, is the NutriCellix DNA Weight Management System legit?

Update 15 December ~ NutriCellix Products Pricing & Compensation Plan

Brand new YouTube video above uploaded by Bo Short on 3 December 2019

NutriCellix is currently in the invite phase, have you received your invitation yet?

A very good friend of mine approached me via Facebook Messenger Chat to ask me if I was willing to take a look at a new opportunity that is in pre-launch. I am always open to taking a look so I did and at first glance it looked very enticing indeed.

Because I have been in the online make money online from home industry since 2009 I have learned not to jump right in. I also don’t believe in taking forever to make a decision so as soon as I returned home from a Family get together, I started my research.

Continue reading below and you will see my NutriCellix Review and whether I believe that it’s legitimate or a scam or even somewhere in between and not worth joining and/or promoting.

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What is NutriCellix?

I started my research by Googling NutriCellix and found that their website is MyNutriCellix.com and that it is a secure website with the https:// prefix so they did pass my 1st test. I believe that a secure website is very important and a site without the secure SSL Certificate is an automatic red flag.

The next step that I take is to find out if the company is transparent showing who the leaders are and where the business is located. I was able to find out that Robert “Bo” Short is Co-Founder and CEO, (Chief Executive Officer) his wife Roni Short is Co-Founder and President & Coy Barefoot is the CCO. (Chief Communications Officer)

According to CorporationWiki.com there are 3 key people who own NutriCellix Inc. and they are Terry Lacore, Jenifer L. Grace and Robert Short. It also shows that they filed their Domestic for Profit Corporation in the Secretary of State in Texas on the 19th day of August 2019 with a 803397238 state identification number. The business address is listed at the bottom of their website as being in Rockwall, Texas in Suites 101 – 170 at 2931 Ridge Road.

Now, after seeing who is behind the company, I like to look at what they have been involved in during their past. It’s not that I don’t feel that someone can make mistakes then learn and grow from them, I simply want to know.


Let’s take a look at them 1 by 1 below:

YouTube Video above, July 2017 NutriCellix?

  • Robert “Bo” Short – 30 year direct selling industry veteran & 7 figure earner, known as “America’s Premier Thought Leader” Keynote speaker to over 1 million people in 34 different countries, he has appeared on Dateline NBC as an industry expert. Featured in many publications including Home Business Connections magazine, Success from Home magazine, Your Business at Home magazine, Wall Street Journal Best-Selling Book & also quoted in many other articles. That’s the good part about Bo, now for the not so good ……. Do you remember Neora previously known as Nerium? Well, did you know that they got shut-down and sued by the FTC? (Federal Trade Commission) Operating an illegal pyramid scheme and deceptively promoting Nerium EHT supplements claiming that it cures Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s and brain conditions caused by concussions, trauma etc…were the charges Read about it here.
  • Roni Short – Wife to Bo Short, they married almost exactly 3 years ago on November 18th ~ She is a former School Teacher (22 years) and Soccer Coach and currently a successful author of Children’s books. Her most recent book is titled “The Grouchy Goose and the Mallard” and she is currently writing her next book that will be “The Perfect Gift”. Her experience as a Teacher, Coach & Direct Sales Representative will be very valuable to NutriCillix Ambassadors sharing what it takes to have the right mindset and personal and professional values.
  • Coy Barefoot – News Talk Program called “Inside Charlottesville with Coy Barefoot” that is based in Charlottesville, Virginia and tackles many topics including but not limited to politics, science, culture and the arts, history and current affairs. Coy is a veteran journalist, speaker, best-selling author, historian and taught history at the University of Virginia. Just last month Barefoot resigned from his position as the executive director of the Charlottesville Albemarle Historical Society, complete CBS19News.com story.
  • Terry Lacore – President of Lacore Enterprises, specializing in helping startups to success in business operating as a Global Consulting Company. Founder of bhip Global, an MLM that distributes health & wellness products, their social media pages are almost dormant. (They have a YouTube channel with no videos uploaded, an Instagram with no activity for the past 2 years and their Facebook page’s last post was for Thanksgiving last year) Owner of the mobile app company, Vionic also as CEO for more than a few other Multi-Level Marketing Companies, he has helped to create more than a Billion dollars in accumulative sales in his lifetime. He is indeed a legend in the direct selling network marketing industry in over 30 countries with over 900,000 distributors worldwide. Major investor in the Rippln that got shut down in 2014?
  • Jenifer L. Grace – Speaking of Rippln, view the image to see the screenshot of the statement that Jenifer wrote in defense of her client Brian Underwood and the fact that he wasn’t being investigated or sued by the SEC. (Securities and Exchange Commission) (You can also click upon the image to open a new tab & read the entire article at BehindMLM.com) Southern Methodist School of Law & University of Nevada Reno Graduate originally from Indiana now residing in Texas and is very active in the School community. it appears to me that Jenifer may be listed only because she is the Counsel/Attorney for NutriCellix and Bo & Roni Short like she was for Rippln and Brian Underwood.

Click image above to open new tab with full story By John E. Villafranco & Khouryanna DiPrima on January 6, 2020

Overall based upon the past history of the above “Leaders” of NutriCellix, especially the involvement with Neora also known as Nerium and Rippln, I have to say it’s a strike against them. I’m not saying that they’re bad people, just that they have failed in the Health & Wellness industry and MLM repeatedly. I do like the fact that they are based in the United States in Texas but even that is questionable as when I did a Google Map lookup of the address it showed a strip mall type of area. Definitely not the type of place that one would expect to find a reputable health and wellness business.

What products does NutriCellix offer?

We already talked about the fact that NutriCellix is in the Health & Wellness; industry, now we’ll talk about the variety of products that they offer. Before we do, it should be mentioned that they also have a system where the customer sends in a swab sample. The DNA that is examined by a CLIA & HIPPA certified lab taking a look at the specific genes called single nucleotide polymorphisms SNP also known as snips. Because all of us have distinct and different snips, when the formula is created, it is formulated exactly for each individual. (How can this be cost effective, costs are not shown on their website yet) There are many acronyms for chromosomes on the Science page of their website including AGRP, APOA2, CYPI1A2, DRD2 ANKK1, FTO, LEPR, MC4R, MTHFR, NMB, SH2B1, TUB, UCP1 & UCP3.


All products are said to be Non GMO, Gluten Free & Soy Free and customized to be your personalized weight management system based upon your unique DNA.

  • Core – Comes in both the am & pm formulas with nutrients based upon the results of your DNA swab test and your body’s own circadian rhythms. Core is said to be needed to get your body ready for Prime and the other DNA supplements, each formula comes in 90 tablets.
  • Prime – Also comes in both the am & pm formulas but each bottle contains 180 tablets with separate male and female variations. Both include plant-based proteins, fiber, botanicals and phytonutrients, natural probiotics, prebiotics, amino acids, essential fatty acids and enzymes.
  • Prevail – Designed to be used once you reach your target weight and want to maintain, it also comes in the am and pm formulas with 90 tablets per bottle. Long term maintenance of your weight and health is the goal for this product.
  • Fit – Mid-day meal replacement shake coming in the chocolate and vanilla flavors providing nutrients, vitamins & minerals aid to aid in healing intestines and microbiome. Additionally the Fit formula is touted as being able to improve skin elasticity, nail strength, radiant hair, control blood sugar, insulin levels and overall well-being.
  • Surge – Energy sticks for pre-workout and post-workout, includes Adenosine Triphosphate for energy, fat burning and strength. It is also aid to include AC-11 that assists your body in repairing its own DNA and cells, helps in the reduction of inflammation, improves the production of collagen, and boosting the immune system.

 

How to become a NutriCellix Ambassador.

At the main website there isn’t any mention of a monetary compensation plan, what I found is called the customer rewards program. It is mentioned that with the customer rewards program that points are accumulated by referring others and through customer purchases. Available as rewards by using your points are NutriCellix products, branded clothing, cruise vacations, weekend getaways, travel incentives and other rewards. The program is called Shop&Share; and you can become what is called a NutriCellix Ambassador in order to take their weight management system to the market-place of like-minded people. There are no packages required to purchase in order to become an Ambassador with the ability to share and earn with others but there is a $59 one time cost. For the fifty-nine dollars you will receive your own personal sub domain including the invite referral link, tools to manage customers, communication tools & technology to track results.

 

When will NutriCellix officially launch?

As of today, 24 November NutriCellix is in invite only pre-launch mode and the official launch is scheduled for new Year’s day, yes 1-1-2020 January 1st in 2020 just in time for all of the resolutions of so many who will attempt to lose weight. Many MLM Direct Sales companies launch at the beginning of a new year, just like the gyms, they know that it’s the most opportune time to take advantage of people looking for a lose weight quick and/or get-rich-quick thing. There is no mention yet as to when the products will be available or when the rewards will be paid unless that is within the back office area.

  • Final Thoughts

    Although I am not saying that NutriCellix is a scam, I will not be joining at this time. As far as I am aware, this is the very 1st article ever written about the company and it’s products because besides the corporate websites I didn’t find any other information. I searched Google and YouTube and I only found the YouTube video that I shared above, I am sure that there will be many more to come so visit this site, TonyLeeHamilton.com as I intend to keep you updated.

    Update 15 December ~ NutriCellix Products Pricing & Compensation Plan

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81 thoughts on “Newest DNA Scam Nutricellix”

  1. Wow! Who would have thought that despite all the promises and all, nutricellix would end up becoming a scam and not actually deliver on what they promipromised. Though I had my doubts right from the start but I still felt the need to give them a trial and not judge yet. However, seeing all that I have seen here, I feel they are not worthy enough to try out. Thanks so much for all that has been shared here. Really helpful

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  2. It’s a great opportunity to be able to read through this article about nutricellix and their scan ways of extortion. DNA alone is expensive to run as a test and then to talk to makingg a supplement from it. I believe nutricellix is a scam and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone, thanks for sharing this article

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  3. hey

    Wow! Who would have thought that despite all the guarantees and everyone, nutricellix would find yourself becoming a scam and not actually deliver on what they promipromised. Though I had my doubts right from the beginning I still felt the necessity to offer them an attempt and not judge yet. However, seeing all that I even have seen here, I feel they’re undeserving enough to undertake out. Thanks such a lot for all that has been shared here. Really helpful

    Mohamed

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  4. Thanks for your detective work Tony. O heard of Nutrillex before and was wondering the same if it worth my time to join or not and now I got the answer. I love the fact that they try a new approach which is personalized dieting method. We are finding out now more than ever that one size doesn’t fit all so I appreciate this method. However, does it really work? Also is it safe to send my DNA sample in? I am sorry, I value my privacy and I sure do not want to give a third party my DNA. What if it happened to be in the crime scene? Ok too much fiction here but that can happen, just saying. So for sure I do not want to join them. Plus the owners had so many questionable business background. 

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  5. First of all, thank you for painting out how you do your research. I have knowledge about SSL certificates but I normally don’t notice them whenever I click on any website regardless if it is for professional or personal reasons, so for that, this was a great eye-opener. It’s a disappointment to see all of the potential this company would’ve had if they hadn’t fail to clearly portray what their background looks like. It all seems so legitimate but just the mention of “sending a DNA swab” is just an immediately no from me. Sending a DNA swap is like selling a part of you to labs where you don’t precisely know what they will do with your personal information. 

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  6. Hi, 

    From my online research NutriCellix is one of the newer supplement MLM’s to hit the market, there’s really no proof supplements created from your DNA gives any additional benefits or anything like that. The success rate will be low and most people will lose money instead of make money. This platform is not grantee.

    Thank you.

    Aluko.

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  7. Hi Tony,

    I like the way you diligent research on the genueity of this company. From finding out the owners, the location, the website and their level of security. You even went further to find out their location Google map. This always makes your review a go-to for some of us. For me I stick to affiliate marketing too like you do

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  8. Wow what an awesome website you have here! A fantastic load of information and easy access to see what topic you would like to read. Well done i like the easy to find headers the only thing i would do ( and thats cos it’s me) is add some colour BUT it’s a difficult one as i LOVE colours whereas others don’t so thats just my personal thought.

    Fantastic informative site, well done 🙂

     

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  9. Nutricellix did turn out to be a bit f a scam, despite all the good things that were being said about it. I must compliment you for your awesome review Tony. This is the best review I have read, and I have actually read thousands. I think you are systematic, and thorough and very good at researching new things. After all, you have so much experience in this industry.

    The way you carry out research is very inspiring. 

    Thanks and take care,

    Aps

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  10. Hello Tony Lee Hamilton , thanks for this great review on nutricellix to know if it’s indeed the newest DNA scam in the society, it’s a great opportunity to read this informative article, I love the fact that you carry out your research thoroughly , nurticellix have failed in the health and wellness industry and Multi level marketing repeatedly , nutricellix doesn’t seem like a scam but I won’t be joining At this period of time because this is the first article written about the nutricellix, I really enjoyed reading this article, it was quite informative and helpful.

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  11. Oh wow,never heard of this scam before up till now and I don’t know if it is actually possible to lose weight through dna testing and all that stuff but now after reading your post, I think I have a better perspective of the whole topic and about the platform itself too. This review is a good one. Thanks!

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  12. Hello Tony Lee Hamilton, thank you for sharing this informative and resourceful article. This article is centered on nutricelllix being the latest DNA scam. I can remember reading one of your review articles on Nutricellix And I’m glad that we can all now conclude That it really is scam. I hope people won’t fall victim to them.I would be sure to forward this article across various social media platforms.

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  13. Hello Tony, I have heard about various business and I’ve always been ready to make findings of it. Though I had my doubts right from the start but I still felt the need to give them a trial and not judge yet. However, seeing all that I have seen here, I feel they are not worthy enough to try out. Thanks so much 

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  14. I must agree with you in that it was difficult to find an article reviewing Nutricelix. I was starting to wonder why? But I was glad that my good old friend Tony had a post with a lot of depth and insights. After reading your post, I will not join Nutricellix either. It may not be a scam but it’s not good for me.

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  15. I’ve heard of several so-called DNA-based supplements, and some companies that do the DNA analysis for you and promise to create a tailor-made supplement for losing weight, anti-aging, brain boost, etc. I’ve never really believed that would be possible, I think no one can prove whether that works or not. 
    This Nutricellix seems to be another “miracle” solution like so many before that only try to make money (and in many cases, successfully) on people’s tendency to believe in “miracle solutions”, mainly because of laziness. There are no magic formulas. 
    Thanks for exposing another scam.

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  16. I’ve fallen for scams a couple of times when looking for options to make extra money, so ever since, I’ve been more cautious with everything I come across.

    It looks like Nutricellix promises a lot, something not unusual in this kind of schemes, but in the end, it looks like it is a scam. I don’t think I would try it based on the review you present.

    We have to be careful with all those programs we see out there. There are many unscrupulous people looking for ways to scam others out of their money.

    Thanks for the warning.

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  17. When it comes to health products I am always extremely skeptical especially when it comes to such companies that don’t have a clear stable history behind them. They may not be a scam but the quality of what they offer is questionable at best so I would never risk to try something from them unless it was entirely safe to do so.

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  18. Thank you for sharing your article ‘Newest DNA Scam NutriCellix’, it has been very helpful an dim glad that I came across it so I can learn to avoid the company, NutriCellix. I like the way you diligently researched on the authenticity of this company and have given a honest review based on your research 

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  19. NutriCellix is a platform that offers a wide range of healthcare products. The healthcare products of this platform are of very high quality and conducive to health. I myself have used the products of this platform which has played a role in keeping my health right. Finally I will say that I have read and enjoyed your article so I would like to share on my social media about this health platform if you allow me.

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  20. Thank you for all these detective work. Your Evaluation skill is prompt.  All their promises is actually targeted at scamming, extorting people. Since the reputation of  the brains behind the group is questionable then their products and services can’t be that  reliable.  Iwill be careful and also warn as many people around against them. Thank you for doing a thorough findings about them. It’s so helpful

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  21. Thank you for the Article. Beyond learning about Nutricellix, I enjoyed learning about your investigative methods to establish, if the company is a scam or not. Firstly it is important that the website be secure, Secondly it must be clear who the owners are and thirdly there must be a tangible product 

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  22. I understand the concept of weight loss through DNA exploration, but I am not sure that I believe the concept is viable.  There are so many factors in weight loss that have to be controlled.  Those identified by DNA might be important but not the only thing.  There is health, environment, metabolism, mental state to name a few.  Your frank article basically said what I was thinking as I started to read.

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  23. Thanks for writing a comprehensive review of Nutricellix, Tony. Especially with the background check of their top management. It’s nice knowing that some of them have a not-so-good reputation. It raised an alarming concern for me. I’m not sure I will accept their offer as an ambassador for now, but I will keep an eye. Thanks 

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  24. Honestly, I’d like to appreciate you for this well-written blog post. I cannot find any post as this that provides lots of informative idea on NutriCellix like this article does in general. So i’d thank you a lot for this seeing that I don’t want to give out my DNA away to subscribe to this business opportunity. So, for me, i don’t really buy that idea.

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  25. I like the way you diligent research on the ingenuity of this company. From finding out the owners, the location, the website, and their level of security. You even went further to find out their location Google map. This always makes your review a go-to for some of us. I would be sure to forward this article across various social media platforms. Thanks for exposing another scam.

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  26. Whenever I hear that the founders of a company were previously involved in a pyramid scheme, I walk away from it. So if the owners and founders of Nutricellix. are the same as those that were operating Neora and Rippln that have been shut down by the Federal Trade Commission, then I am not interested in them. Thank you for the warning.

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  27. It has been my experience that most products in the health and wellness platform do not perform well. In my opinion, it is not regulated enough so people can get scammed very easily. This a great breakdown as to how easy it is to scam people. most people will not investigate a company in this depth to form an opinion. I am glad I read this article before aI wasted my money on the products. 

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  28. Well, I don’t have much to say about Nutricellix. But then, I don’t think it make any sense to get your weight loss product based on your DNA test. Legit or not, I will not be part of them or even be their associate. I’ll rather eat enough balanced diet, do some exercise, and sleep well than get their product.

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  29. hello

    Thank you for this amazing and valuable information, Actually, I don’t mention direct this company is a scam, but its all feature of being a scam, I tried to search about their information, but I didn’t get anything, as you said the only information I get is to their website but they don’t have a full identity of legit program. Thank you for sharing this product information.

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  30. Thanks for this well detailed article and how you were able to discern their credibility, I think I have learnt how to too. Now I know what to look out for before trying a new opportunity. I don’t know if it is actually possible to lose weight through DNA testing and all that stuff but now after reading your post, I think I have a better perspective of the whole topic.

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  31. Hello there, thanks for sharing this amazing information here with us. Your website are always awesome to go through!. A fantastic load of information and easy access to see what topic you would like to read. Who would have thought that despite all the guarantees, nutricellix would turn out  becoming a scam and not actually deliver on what they promised.

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  32. I avoid prelaunch programs due to the fact of them being brand new and have not built up their reputation of trust. The Nutriclix does not seem to be a great offer and may be labeled a scam, but before I consider joining and giving them my information the program needs to be online for over a year. 

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  33. Wow!Thanks for your detective work Tony😁.First of all, thank you for pointing out how you do your research.I like the way you diligent research on the genueineness of this company.I can remember reading one of your review articles on Nutricellix And I’m glad that we can all now conclude That it really is scam.Thank you for doing a thorough findings about them. It’s so helpful

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  34. This company still seems to be in its infant stages, and I am not sure it would be worthwhile to join until they have more of a track record.

    You certainly did your due diligence in researching all the owners, and some of them have pasts that are not squeaky clean so this raises another red flag for me.

    Let’s hope that the products are great and sell themselves because this is what ultimately makes or breaks a company like this.

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  35. Thanks for the updated information on Nutricellix. It certainly seems like it is most likely a scam. I cannot imagine how they expect to convince people to join up with the issues shown.

    DNA testing is certainly expensive and this one seems to be a sham, to boot. I’m glad you are showing them for the real truth.

    I am so glad I opted not to consider joining this one. Your review is right on target.

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  36. What. I was really surprised because I didn’t even know about this new dna scam. I truly appreciate  your content as this helped to enlighten me about this type of scam that goes on and I think it will really help a lot of people to become more aware and cautious about all these scams that are now evolving.  This has really been beneficial and I thank you. I even bookmarked your site because I see that it will teach me a lot 

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  37. I think Nutricellix is made from a brilliant idea. The DNA market is in great demand actually. And I think being part of this company can be very beneficial. Especially when the company is still in its early stage.

    Now I understand that the founders have quite a negative background but I think they manage to come up with a good product this time and if they can manage it properly, it will be a great success!

    Thanks

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  38. Hi Tony, thanks for another of your in-depth, highly readable posts about Nutricellix. I’ve already read a few articles about this company, and some of the reviews were written by yourself, so I’ve had a good chance to assess this platform. I’m really glad I’ve come across these articles before I joined that company. I’m a great deal into a healthy lifestyle, so it would have been tempting for me to join, but after what I’ve read, especially about the DBA testing, I prefer to stay away from them. Cheers for your great writing and help as ever!

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  39. I believe Nutricellix is a scam. DNA is extremely expensive to run, let alone for thousands and millions of people which is down right impossible. This is not something one would recommend to anyone, I know I wouldn’t. Giving away one’s DNA  to a third party is an absolute NO! This is a very sensitive topic and very private matter, it should by no means be taken lightly. Thanks for sharing this info, but I would not join this in ever.

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  40. Hmm, this is an interesting one you got there. One thing i appreciate you saying that one shouldn’t jump right in before doing any research. This is the same scenario. It’s very similar to a lot of those health products out there that tend to over-promise and under-deliver. I would stay away from products or services that are not thoroughly researched and reviewed. Thx for the post. 

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  41. Thanks for your detailed Nutricellix review! I must say that I’m passionate about joining Nutricellix and appreciate the fact that it offers cost-effective DNA swab test charges to its members. I believe an average person should be able to afford the one-time registration fee of $59. Obviously, a lot of people would be impressed to turn up and take part.

    I also love the idea of giving a Nutricellix ambassadorship rank to the truly deserving members as well as making the platform a personalized weight management system for everyone. 

    Thanks, 

    Joyce

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  42. It’s truly disappointing to see such a promising company underperform on everything they promised. You’ve clearly done your research well and it’s great that we have this review. I hope more people find it and are made aware of all the dangers involved with working with a company like this.

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  43. Thank you for this thorough review on Nutricellix.  I really appreciate your reviews and look forward to receiving them as I continue to build my online business.   It is great to have a spokesperson who researches thoroughly and share the findings to keep new and seasoned entrepreneurs from making costly mistakes.  This article is very informative and helpful.

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  44. Here is a health and fitness sight that relies on referrals.  You get started at a one time $59 payment.  You can become an ambassador and try to get people to buy the products that Nutracellix has.  They have been looked at by the government.  This is never a good thing.  I think, based on this, I would not be interested in joining Nutracellix.  

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  45. Tony, I’m glad I came across an item like this. As a doctor, I know that certain genes tend to cause an individual to gain fat faster than others, but what I don’t like is sending swabs for testing. It is very easy to see a person’s DNA from a swab, it is possible to find out if there is a predisposition for a person to get sick, just like if there are hidden genomic malformations that can be found this way. It is a very sensitive  topic and ethically unacceptable. After all, DNA testing costs a lot. We should definitely learn even more about the brand and see if it is a scam.

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  46. Hi Tony, I learn from your articles about Nutricellicts products, and I didn’t read anything else before about this MLM company. Answering your questions, I’m not an ambassador for NutriCellix, and I don’t have other information to add to your review. I think that both your articles, this one and NutriCellix Products Pricing & Compensation Plan, give a complete panorama of this company. For everybody that takes an invitation, reading your articles will know what decision to take.
    Thank you for sharing
    Alketa

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  47. When it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Even though they used effort into making their background look like a legitimate business, it seems to be a scam. The DNA swab was a HUGE red flag to me. It’s apart of your identity. Why would you give that to someone you don’t know? They could use it to steal your personal information/identity in someway. This just does not sound safe to me. Don’t do it!!!

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  48. I never knew there was any DNA weight loss program called Nutricellix. I had to ask my doctor friend about the program, he said he doesn’t subscribe to it. My question is that how one earth do people come up with this kind of of innovation. How are young readers like me protected from all these, if I am a girl with a low self esteem and I got some fats up, I may be tempted to try out this thing.

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  49. Hello,

    It seems to me that I already commented on this article, but I’ll do it again. I don’t think that NutriCellix is a scam. I think that the opportunity is a classic MLM with transparent ownership, products and compensation scheme. Personally I wouldn’t join right now because I am not a huge fan of MLMs. But I might one day if I don’t have anything else to do on this earth, or if I don’t have any business idea anymore, then I’ll probably look into it.

    IN any case, your review was very detailed and we cna coose if we want to join or not. Thanks for that.

    Elodie

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  50. From the looks of it, Nutricellix works on an MLM basis and I don’t like it. The claims it makes about DNA scare a lot of people and I’m one of them. I don’t know how ti feel about it and I’m not sure if I like it. I don’t think it’s something I wanna get involved with but nonetheless I always appreciate your article on stuff like this, it is super helpful. Thnak you 

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  51. I don’t understand how these people sleep at night. After the initial amazing buzz about this opportunity being so great  How can they try to scam thousands of people out of their life savings and get away with it. It is great to try new and different things, that its how the world moves forward. But what is the true cost to others.

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  52. Wow! Who would have thought that despite all the promises and all, nutricellix would end up becoming a scam and not actually deliver on what they promipromised. Though I had my doubts right from the start but I still felt the need to give them a trial and not judge yet. However, seeing all that I have seen here, I feel they are not worthy enough to try out. Thanks so much for all that has been shared here. Really helpful

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  53. Thank you, Tony, for this interesting report, and the warning. I do hope it is not a scam, it would be very nice if something like this came onto the market, it should be great for a lot of overweight women and men, who don’t have the mindset to do something about it. When it turns out to be a good product it could save a lot of people’s health, not to get diabetes II, heart diseases, etc. As for the DNA test, I find it very dangerous to send my personal DNA information to a completely new and unknown company, so I’m careful.

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  54. I have information approximately SSL certificates but I regularly don’t take note of them at whatever point I tap on any site notwithstanding, on the off chance that it is for proficient or individual reasons, so for that, this was an incredible eye-opener. It’s a dissatisfaction to see all of the potentials this company would’ve had in case they hadn’t come up short to clearly depict what their foundation looks like. To me, Nutricellix is just another MLM scheme that will only profit from recruits instead of the actual product working. I no go for me. Nice article. 

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  55. A new nutrition weight loss supplement, called NutriCellix has recently hit the market with claims that sounds too good to be true.
    There is no shortage of weight loss supplements on the market. Weight loss products are available for purchase on every other street corner and pose a particular risk of fraud because manufacturers aren’t required to have approval from the FDA. If there’s one thing we’ve learned, whether something is “supposed to work”

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  56. Thanks Tony,

    I found this a very interesting read and I have yet to make my mind up about this business. I think your review will definitely help others to think about this information with lots to digest. 

    I am never a believer in supplements so I would be very nervous about selling this type of product. Two of the financial business partners definitely have a lot of credibility but from what you have written on the others I would be extremely cautious. 

    I will look to see how this business grows or not as the case may be. 

    A great review and was so interesting to find out information pertaining to the health and fitness world.

    Thank you 

    Imelda

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  57. Hello Tony, thanks for the Nutricellix review. I believe in a lifestyle approach when it comes to weight loss. With that being said, I dont think I would feel comfortable promoting Nutricellix. I perfer to promote products that I actually use or have some kind of experience with myself. Nutricellix is a platform I would pass on. Thanks again for the review Tony.

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  58. You did a great job explaining the product as well as the people behind it. In my opinion,  this sounds like a product that I would avoid.  Hopefully after reading your article other people will come to the same conclusion. For someone who is looking to loose some weight, I appreciate a good review on this type of product. If it looks like a scam and smells like a scam, it is probably a scam. Once again, thank you for this article. I look forward to more like this one from you.

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  59. Jeepers Tony, is there no end to the number of online scams.  I know you make very clear that you do not regard this as a scam however, the CVs of the owners do not motivate me much too look at the further.  To be honest,” Nutricellix” doesn´t sound like a scam, its name sounds credible.

    But if you say you are passing on this one, even if its “just for now”, then that is good enough for me.  Your experience in this sector is extremely good. Thank you for your advice.

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  60. With so much MLM platforms and different products, mostly health products, out there, it is difficult to identify which of them is legitimate and genuine, or a scam and fraudulent. People are always looking for products to improve their health, and some MLM take advantage of it to promote scam products. Nevertheless, thanks for exposing Nutricellix as one of those scam platforms.

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  61. Thank you very much for your extended review of Nutricella, Tony. I have never heard about this DNA thing. It sounds interesting but also unreal. If this is really to work, it will help lots of people. I am more in natural nutrition, and people should eat and drink better what God has created, but many people have problems losing weight even if they eat healthily and do sports. We need to wait and see if Nutricella will bring the results they promise. Thank you again, Tony. That review is really very well done. It helped me very much to understand how Nutricella is working. 

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  62. Hello there, I have been using NutriCellix products for a few years now and I must say they have really been the best, although they have a few side effects but they are really the best I have seen and used and for me that are not any scam..thanks alot for sharing

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  63. Yet one more product offered to scam those looking to better their health, weight, fitness – it’s like anything else – you can’t get something for nothing, and that includes getting better looks, health or anything else from a bottle. This type of product also adds to the already tarnished-for-no-good-reason image of marketers everywhere, leaving a world of skeptics.

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  64. Hey Tony Lee Hamilton, I really enjoyed reading this review, I have heard of this platform before hand, but not in this detail, i dont think it is a scam though, but mlm is very difficult, i do not know any other platform like this launching also, the review was also nice and I agree with them

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  65. The detail of your reviews is always amazing.  It’s funny that I get a far better idea about how the company really works from this website that I can get from nutricilex website or from the people pushing it.  Thank you as always for the deep dives you take into the legitimacy of these companies. 

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  66. I see several strikes against this company. The first is it is an MLM business model that I feel very few make any serious money with it. The second is the use of individuals DNA to custom make a product specific to that person to give the best results. I find it hard to believe that they can do this cost effectively. Otherwise, they use DNA categories where treatments have already been set up and these are not specific to just one person. 

    The third strike is that the people who founded NutriCellox have had questionable past businesses. Therefore I shall be laving this company alone. 

    Cheers.

    Edwin

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  67. Talking about Nutricellix, I heard about it before. I am not sure Tony if I would get involved with the MLM again. I think that these kinds of programs are too much for me and my style. I am not into pushing people to buy a product and especially not in pushing people from my network into pushing others. I’ve been into that before. 

    Sunny

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  68. I came across Nutricellix initially researching for ways to assist my weight loss because I am carrying some extra pounds after lockdown. I wasn’t convinced about the products and science so I decided not to buy. That then ruled me out of wanting to get involved with their business opportunity. I generally find that these MLM take opportunities are all about recruitment rather than making money from the products.

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  69. Having the FTC charging for an illegal pyramid scheme tells a lot about a program already. I think that’s a very big red flag already right over there despite the SSL safety certificate. So far I’ve seen people coming out with a fashion pyramid scheme, gym membership pyramid scheme, and now, DNA? It’s wise for anyone to be extra cautious these days. 

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  70. NutriCellix leadership I have to agree is a strike against them and causes me to proceed cautiously here. I never like to see the word pyramid scheme, and to be honest I am not a fan of MLMs. To see that NutriCellix has been involved with these types of things has me turning a shoulder.

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  71. As you mentioned in your review, this is the first article ever written about the company and its products.  I did read the entire article and found it very interesting though. I am not sure that I would share my DNA with a company that does not have creditability.  Thanks for sharing.

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  72. As I was looking for an opportunity to start my own business, a good friend told me about Nutricellix, but before I sign up to it I wanted to get more accurate information about what is it and how it works. Thanks so much for sharing a great review about this business, after reading your article I got all the information to help me to say I will let it pass for now, I’m interested to work on something that will become my own business and I want to decide what niche I want to work and have the freedom to get the best product I can offer to my clients, I will stay working with affiliate marketing!

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  73. Its so sad that people are making so many scams online these days and robbing people of their money every day. But im very happy to hear that you are reviewing them and proving that we can beat them in some sort of way. Thanks for your post and i will be sharing it with other !

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  74. Nutricelix been everywhere! I don’t know how people could buy that product. Me, for sure I will not buy. The name and the campaign are sounds super scammy. I mean, really? works based on DNA? So they will create product one by based on DNA? or change everybody DNA to the same one? I rather abducted by alien instead of taking nutricelix

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  75. Hello Tony,

    Thank you for sharing this unique idea with us. Of course, it does make sense as everyone’s DNA is different. The same way if we want to loose wait, if I try one way which works for me; not necessarily might work for someone else because each DNA and each body type is different. 

    The idea of making or building the whole system out of this idea is amazing because if the customers were to try by their own, they might or might not follow the proper instructions but by building the whole system to draw those right customers in; they can be made to follow those rules by building a good routine and a good discipline.

    Good luck! 

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  76. I have followed your articles on Nutricellix and Your exploration of the company, the founders and the system. I agree with you that their history does not have a good reputation and that it is only reasonable to ask some questions about this company and their products.I find it hard to believe that they can make individual tablets to all people who make this swab tests. Your review does not mention how the system will operate once out of Beta so I think it is a bit early to say if it is a scam or not, but I would not enter it as is stands now. I have yet to be convinced that this product is uniquely customized to every customer and that there are no severe side effects of using it. I recommend being in daily activity and eat healthy fresh food instead.

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  77. I really like how you put updates on your articles out there. Too many times people put things up on the internet and never go back to correct them. More concerned with feeling right or being right then spreading truth. I’ve never heard of Nutricellix before but I’m happy I saw your words of caution involving this platform.

    Thanks!

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  78. From this review I would wait for an update before checking out the platform a little deeper. Also I don’t like when there are queries concerning the operators and CEO of any scheme. I am not so sure of that product that is provided based on individual testing. There is such a variety of body types and possible factors such as age, medical history that probably should be taken into account. Lastly the compensation plan is still not satisfying for me. Thanks for the review

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  79. I’m interested to join the nutricellix and become an ambassador, but I was a bit skeptical before reading your review, as I thought they operate like other MLM out there. Most MLM companies out there make you purchase a bunch of level in order to become an ambassador. So, I like the fact that Nutricellix only has $59 one time cost.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  80. Although, generally speaking, I’m not too thrilled with NutriCellix either, I like some of the aspects they are embracing. I like this idea of Ambassadorship. It’s cool that they provide a subdomain for their people with appropriate referral links. I believe that’s so important these days and all MLM-like businesses should be doing it. But not often enough they are, at least as far as I know. 

    That being said, I believe $59 for something like that is a pretty damn high cost. I mean, it’s not like we have the option to do with the subdomain whatever we like. Inevitably, it will be an extension of their business. Hence, they will ultimately profit more through it than we ourselves probably ever will. So, why have such a cost?

    I mean, I get it, you have to weed out some of the people that are not serious about this and would apply simply for the sake of the subdomain. But that’s still inappropriate. Either the price should be much lower or it should be something one can earn free of cost by, for example, taking some specific actions. Otherwise, it just feels like an affiliate program that we have to pay for. And that’s usually an extremely bad sign for an affiliate program.

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  81. Hi Tony, thank you so much for your review on Nutricellix, I always love to visit your site to read your reviews, and the information in your articles is so very informative. It is clear for me that Nutricellix is a company to stay away from, and I definitely won’t be joining them anytime soon.  I hope many people will read this review and have the opportunity to make a well-informed decision before they decide to join Nutricellix.

    Thank you, Tony, for your ongoing advice on online opportunities and helping many individuals to stay save from scammy businesses online. Thanks as well for taking us through the steps of your research, I appreciate it.

    Jude

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