Modere MLM Review

Modere MLM Review

Hey there Sea Changers, and welcome back to my series of MLM reviews. Today we are going to a take look into a company offering a large array of products across a number of areas with my Modere MLM Review. These products are focused on the beauty and personal care, nutrition and household essentials sub niches for those looking to market to customers wishing to live a ‘clean’ lifestyle.

So, what is the Modere MLM all about? Let’s have a look and see…

Modere MLM Review - Mission

What is MLM?

Multi-level marketing (MLM) programs are the traditional mainstay of the ‘party plan’ world of products such as Tupperware, Mary Kay and Amway etc. and, of course within the beauty/cosmetics, supplements and weight loss markets. It is also extremely popular within companies such as this that offer a range of products across a number of markets – mainly due to the fact that much of the sales and marketing is now being managed online.

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The ‘multi level’ aspects of MLM come from its hierarchical nature in which you make commissions based not only on those that you sell to, but also the sales of those whom you ‘sign’ into membership arrangements as well.

In short, the process works as follows:

  1. You join the program, either via referral from another person (known as your up line) or directly through their website.
  2. You promote the products of the company via parties, workshops or online.
  3. As you make sales, you offer incentives to your customers to sign up as a member of the program (there are different names for this but they all mean the same thing).
  4. That new member is then placed ‘underneath’ you in a hierarchical arrangement (known as your down line).
  5. You, and a number of levels of your up line, then gain extra commissions for everything they sell as well.
  6. If they manage to refer their customers into memberships, they also become a member of your down line allowing you to make up line commissions as well.

The number of levels of your up and down lines will vary depending on the program you have joined. Commission rates will also change as your down line grows or contracts and many will also offer other incentives such as total company sales percentages and/or access to membership prizes as your own business grows.

Who are Modere?

Modere MLM Review - Home

Modere is an “omnichannel, consumer products company that develops and markets clean, health & wellness products”. The company appears to be a rebranded entity from the 1987 founded Neways brand. There were some legal issues with the old brand however Modere, under CEO Asma Ishaq, appears to be staying out of trouble.

Modere is based in Springville, UT in the United States.

What do they Sell?

As above, Modere offer products across a range of health and wellness, home and beauty products based on a science of clean living without the use of many chemicals found in other products of these types. Their range is too large to list here however includes:

Lean Body System

  • Lean Body System Basic
  • Lean Body System + GO
  • Lean Body System + Fitness

Collagen Sciences

  • Modere Logiq
  • Tria
  • Liquid BioCell
  • Trim
  • Pets/Equine
  • Modere CellProof

Personal Care

  • Skin
  • Hair
  • Body
  • Mouth
  • Modere CellProof

Health and Wellness

  • Axis
  • Anti-Aging
  • General Nutrition
  • Active Health
  • Weight Management
  • Targeted Health

Household Care

  • Laundry
  • Kitchen
  • Clean
Modere MLM Review - Products

Item costs appear to fall into the low to medium price range of around $8 to $100 per product keeping it line with competitors such as Isagenix and Shaklee.

MLM Program outline

The Modere MLM program calls their members ‘Social Marketers’ who are part of what appears to be a fairly modern program with a traditional retail and downline commission structure and a good number of bonus options included. Their compensation plan is available on their website so here are the basics as I have found them…

Base Commission rate: 10% to 36% – dependent on monthly “promoter title”.

Down line commission rates: 3 – 7% to 8 levels (level 1 down line is 4% – rank Senior Consultant and above)

Minimum monthly spend to qualify for commissions

To qualify for downline commissions, Social Marketers are required to meet monthly ‘Org Point’ targets of at least 1,500 per month. This can be made of personal or customer sales. Base 10% sales commissions however can be earned without the need to meet or maintain sales targets.

Payment terms: Daily, Weekly and Monthly.

Application required?: Yes, Application form on website.

Purchase requirements to join: Yes

New Social Marketers are charged an enrollment fee of $39.99 which provides:

  • Access to Customer Perks Program
    • Up to 15% discount on your monthly order
    • Smartship Loyalty Rewards
  • Share the Love Program
  • Direct to Customer Marketing Program
  • Daily and Monthly pay for sharing Modere products according to the Modere Compensation Plan
  • Personal Website to Share
  • Virtual Office Suite of tools and training to support business growth
  • Free ModereLIFE mobile app

From here they have the opportunity to purchase packs ranging from $99.99 up to $359.99 – these are however not mandatory.

Modere MLM Review - starter kits

Marketing materials provided: As per above.

Within most MLM programs, rankings and commissions are determined by the total Organization Points (OP) generated by the Social Marketer and their down line within a calendar month with points assigned to each product. These point allocations can range from 50 to 100% of the retail price of each product (before tax and shipping) and vary from item to item and currency of sale.

In the case of the Modere MLM program, I have been unable to locate exactly how OP points are calculated however their starter kits assign points at around 125% of the retail price and from what I can see in the compensation plan it appears that general sales attract OP at around 80% of the retail price. I am not sure if this translates to normal purchases however.

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How can I get paid?

Ok, so from what I can garner from the compensation plan, there are 7 ways in which Social Marketers (SMs) can make money when they promote and sell Modere products. These are fairly straight forward – however with a monthly twist – and there are a few of the extra bonuses found in many other of the more modern MLM programs. The 7 payment options for the Modere MLM program are outlined as follows:

1. POD Bonus

The POD bonus is Modere’s version of the base commissions earned by the general day to day retail sales that SMs can generate via parties, popups, social media or online via their personalized website. These are paid in 8 tiers based on the sales made by the SM in that calendar month as follows:

Modere MLM Review - POD Bonus

As each month ‘resets’, all SMs revert back to the POD status of Promoter and a 10% commission. Their base commissions then raise based on the number of sales that they make each month. These commissions are paid daily.

2. Promoter Development Bonus

The Promoter Development Bonus rewards SMs who are able to nurture their down line members through the POD levels each month. For those at Team Leader rank and higher, this bonus is paid as follows

Modere MLM Review - PBD Bonus

3. First Order Bonus

The First Order Bonus is paid to SMs who assist a new personally enrolled downline member to sell the contents of his or her first commissionable order. This bonus is paid at 30% of the order total.

4. Monthly Team Builder Bonus

This next bonus is a common one within MLM programs in that SMs are rewarded for nurturing downline members to higher ranks. In the case of the Monthly Team Builder Bonus, the sponsoring SM must qualify no less than one Builder Title below the highest achieved Builder Title.

For example, if a Director 1 is the highest achieved Builder Title, a Social Marketer must qualify as Senior Team Leader or higher to be eligible for a Monthly Team Builder Bonus as follows:

Modere MLM Review - MTBB

5. Generational Unilevel

The Generational Unilevel payment is Modere’s version of the traditional unilevel commission structures prevalent within many MLM programs. Within the Modere MLM program, commissions are paid to 8 levels based on the rank of the SM as follows:

Modere MLM Review - Gen Unilevel

It must be noted however that these payments are paid at 65% of customer order totals only.

6. 4 & More Elite Bonus

Elite Social Marketers who develop more than three personally sponsored teams are eligible to receive the Four & More Bonus which comprises an additional 4% on the 4th team and beyond within the Generational Unilevel.

7. Leadership Development Bonus

The Leadership Development Bonus is another commonly utilised MLM payment option in that SMs earn a match on team member’s Generational Unilevel and Customer Reorder Bonus earnings. For example, Elite Social Marketers are eligible to earn Leadership Development Bonuses based on Generational Unilevel commissions paid to Team Leaders, Senior Team Leaders, Directors and Elite Social Marketers within their team. These payment bonuses are as below:

Modere MLM Review - LDB

Ranking structure

Modere, as with most MLM programs, uses ranking structures on which to base commission payments and other bonuses upon. Rankings for the Modere MLM program are as follows (note personal and team sales qualification targets as well):

Modere MLM Review - Ranks

Again, as is common with almost all MLM programs, rank progression is determined by both the number of members within the SM’s downline, and the total sales made by those members per month. Ranks can rise and fall based on the ability (or dis-ability) to reach the required member and sales targets.

What is good about it?

So, after a good look around the site and looking at all the options I could find, I do like the following:

  • Commission rates for entry level sales are good.
  • Program is simple and easy to follow.
  • Commissions can be earned without the need to meet sales targets.

What is no so good about it?

There are also some things to be aware of including:

  • There are some joining costs.
  • Base commissions reset each month.

How much can you make?

Modere does provide an income disclosure statement on its website follows:

Modere MLM Review - IDS

As we can see, the percentage of members making the upper rank levels – and hence earning a living – is very low at less than 1%.

My final thoughts

Look, MLM is not an easy platform to make money in and there is not much that I have seen here to put this program above the many others I have seen. However, the program is pretty straight forward with common commission arrangements and the ability to make sales online. So if you are passionate about these products with a large customer list at your disposal and the ability to generate good sales via online processes, then the 10 – 36% base commission rates might just appeal here.

Once you have joined, there are not the usual financial pressures of needing to make minimum personal purchases in order to qualify for commissions as long as you can make them within your down line. Although from what I can see, I think if you are going to succeed within this MLM program, you will need to have a good array of demonstration stock on hand. You may also need to bump up your personal purchase quota if customer sales alone are not enough for you to remain ‘at rank’ to qualify for commissions and/or discounts within a particular month.

I was unable to locate any negative reviews in terms of non-payment etc. although there were some negative comments (not as many as most others however) about the quality of customer service and the MLM program itself – although it was not really anything that is uncommon in regards to MLM programs or products within this niche.

Apart from a little agitation by another MLM company, Modere does not appear to have been subjected to any of the legal problems of its predecessor.

Modere MLM Review - Couple


So there you have it, my honest review and appraisal of the Modere MLM program. I hope it has been of assistance but as usual, if you have any questions or experience with this program please do not hesitate to reach out by commenting below – especially if any of my information is inaccurate.

Are there any other programs you have been looking at but want to know more about? If so, please comment below and I will do my best to get some details for you.

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Until next time

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Modere MLM Program

$39.99 +

Clarity of Information


Commission Structure


Cost To Enter


Ongoing Cost Requirements


Bonus Structure



  • Commission rates for entry level sales are good.
  • Program is simple and easy to follow.
  • Commission rates for entry level sales are good. Program is simple and easy to follow. Commissions can be earned without the need to meet sales targets.


  • There are some joining costs.
  • There are some joining costs. Base commissions reset each month.
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Note: This is an unbiased review as I am not a member of the any of the programs listed here (and hence make no commissions from any of the links included within this post). The reason for this is that I prefer to write these posts based on what a newbie would be seeing if they were interested in joining – that way I feel I can make a better judgment on what it is that these companies are offering within their programs.