Pros: It is all what you make of it.
Cons: It is all what you make of it.
First of all, I am NOT a Reliv Distributor. Although I do not sell the product, I have spent the last fifteen years around the company, it's distributors, and executives, all of whom I know very well. One of the main problems I have with some of the statements made on this site is that Reliv claims to "cure" health problems. This is a huge violation of Reliv's code of ethics. Reliv, as a company, has stated to their distributors over and over again never to make this statement, as it is not true. Unfortunately, since distributors are independent contractors, they can't be fired for making false claims. Remember, these claims were made by a select few "bad apples" who are NOT an accurate representitives of the company.
As for the claims that it is a pyramid scheme, this is simply not true. Pyramid schemes are illegal. Reliv is a home based business that has allowed thousands of people to work out of their homes, own their own businesses, and brought many mothers/fathers home from their rat-race jobs to be home with their children. So if someone asks you to think about becoming a distributor, instead of looking down on them, appreciate their entrepreneurial spirit. They are trying to make a living helping people with their health.
By the way, I couldn't help but notice that there are far more positive reviews of the product than negative ones. Of course I would point that out, I am a proponent of Reliv, right? The good opinions were just from people trying to sell the product, right? Well, 99% of the distributors joined the company because of their own positive results with the Reliv products and they want to help others. Don't you want to work for a company you like?
So you still think Reliv is just a scam, huh? Try telling that to the lady who lost 65 lbs. on the products, or to the distributors who are playing golf while you are at work.