AIM Global or Alliance in Motion Global Review 2021: Legit or Scam?
Is AIM Global (Alliance in Motion Global) legit or scam? In this review, we will try our best to break it down pactically!
According to a 15-year research led by Jon M. Taylor, 99% of people who join a recruitment-driven Multi-Level Marketing company lose money.
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That is not a myth. The numbers don’t lie.
Chapter 7 of the book titled “The Case (for and) against Multi-level Marketing” says in part;
Our studies, along with those done by other independent analysts (not connected to the MLM industry), clearly prove that MLM as a business model – with its endless chain of recruitment of participants as primary customers – is flawed, unfair, and deceptive.
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published Taylor’s work on their site. So, check that out.
Is Alliance in Motion Global an exception to the rule? Can it turn ordinary individuals into extraordinary millionaires? Is AIM Global a pyramid scam?
To provide a convincing conclusion, we scanned the web, watched hundreds of videos, and analyzed various social media posts. Also, we printed and examined the company’s 2015 and 2014 Financial Statements.
Moreover, we compare AIM Global products to similar goods available in the market at a lower price.
This detailed review is long. Please use the table of contents to navigate to subsections.
AIM Global’s Major Nutritional Products
AIM Global describes itself as a global company in partnership with the trio of DSM, Weider and Nature’s Way. Going by its claim, the company, therefore, deals in a variety of products including beauty products, beverages and food supplements.
Essentially, AIM Global prides on the sale of a broad range of nutritional products. Below are some of the company’s major nutritional products with brief details about them:
- Complete Phyto-Energizer –This is considered C24/7’s lower variant. AIM Global recommends that it as a suitable supplement for expectant mothers as well as individuals and teenagers
- C24/7: This is described as AIM Global’s flagship product as well as one of the world’s food supplements with the highest concentration of nutritional elements. AIM Global claims C24/7 is a supplement that energizes the body, nourishes the body, provides longevity and protects bodily cells.
- Kiddi 24/7 NutraGummies: This is essentially a kid-oriented supplement incorporating health-yielding ingredients such as (26) fruits, minerals and (14) essential vitamins
- Choleduz Omega Supreme: This is a supplement specifically targeted at consumers willing to cut back on unhealthy cholesterol, courtesy of the supplement’s blend of Vitamin E and Fresh Oil
- Vida Maxx: Considered another AIM Global’s major nutritional product, Vida Maxx is composed of FruitFlow and resVida. On one hand, FruitFlow enhances the normal flow of blood, courtesy of its generous tomato content and on the other hand, resVida enhances arterial dilation
- RestorLyf Longevity Formula: Living up to the “longevity” in its name, this supplement helps delay ageing. While RestorLyf is considered a suitable product for diabetic patients, it harmoniously combines a number of extracts from red wine powder, Japanese knotweed and grape seed.
- Liven Coffee: AIM Global’s boast about this coffee is the provision of multiple health benefits courtesy of its host of (131) organic ingredients and 16,000 phytonutrients
- Vida Drink Mix: This is a heart-nurturing supplement in form of a beverage. It substantially blends carotenoid lycopene and resVida, making it a suitable supplement for promoting cardiovascular health
What You Should Know about AIM Global’s Compensation Plan
Observably, AIM Global adopts a compensation plan which, according to the company’s self-published information, rewards members in various ways. AIM Global basically rewards its members in 5 different ways: Retail Profit, Direct Referral Bonus, Matching Sales Bonus, Unilevel Commission and Stair Step Bonus.
Before you can have access to AIM Global’s rewards vis-à-vis the ways mentioned above, you must have registered with the company. This registration is done through the purchase of a global package at the price of Php6,980. Notably, AIM Global offers a range of packages composed of products that members can, according to the company’s self-published information, sell at profitable prices.
Purchasing AIM Global’s package supposedly guarantees a member a return of their investment. This, going by the claim of the marketing company, is because each of the company’s packages commands greater value than what a member actually pays.
Finally, here’s an explanation on each of the ways you can make money with AIM Global:
- Retail Profit: You’ll be entitled to this reward plan following your purchase of any AIM Global package. In this case, you’ll be made a “distributor” and you’ll stand the chance to earn between 25% and 50% return on any product. Notably, there is a recommended retail price for every item and while you’re permitted to sell an AIM Global item at a greater price (fixed by you), you must be sure you aren’t selling the item below the recommended retail price.
- Matching Sales Bonus: Based on a binary system, AIM Global’s matching sales bonus is a kind of reward that guarantees you Php1,000 for bringing in two new members and having them in your sales team’s right and left columns. Meanwhile, the underlying circumstance (for you to get rewarded with Php1,000 herein) is that your recruits (who are now members of your group) also have to recruit other people on their right and left columns.
- Direct Referral Bonus: This is the bonus (in the sum of Php500) that you get for each individual who joins the programme through your invitation. Such an individual must have purchased a global package before you can earn the stated bonus
- Stair Step Bonus: AIM Global comes with Stair Step Program which indicates members’ progress in the company. Notably, a member gets promoted in the Stair Step Program depending on his/her positional points earned on AIM Global’s products. While commissions (earned in the Stair Step Program) can vary between 0% and 40%, it’s worthy of note that there are associated positional points for all of AIM Global’s products. Also worthy of note is that a group’s volume of product sales determines the group’s commission.
Operating for more than a decade, AIM Global is a Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) company. Its office address is at Unit 301, 319, 320 AIC Burgundy Empire Tower, Corners Garnet and Sapphire Streets, Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Philippines 1600.
Eduardo Cabantog, John Asperin, and Francis Miguel are the founders of AIM Global.
Alliance in Motion Global, Inc. was registered in the Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission in 2005. The Corporation claims itself as the leading MLM and Direct Selling enterprise with over 5 million distributors across the globe.
AIM has more than 100 Business Center Offices in major cities in the Philippines. The firm says it has international offices in Singapore, Taiwan, Brunei, Hawaii, Dubai, Kuwait, Nigeria, Ghana, Togo, Kenya, Uganda, Pakistan, and Papua New Guinea.
In its SEC filings, AIM Global reported approximately 1.2 billion and 1.4 billion pesos in sales for the years 20014 and 2015 respectively. Net profit margins were 3.40% and 3.59% during those years.
Note: We do not have a copy of its financial statements for the years 2016 and 2017. These files were not uploaded yet in SEC i-View database. However, anyone can request a copy of these reports via SEC Express System.
AIM Global sells food supplements, beverages, and beauty products. According to its official website, the company has partnered with Nature’s Way, Weider, and DSM to produce their inventories.
Below are AIM Global products classified into four main categories and their corresponding prices in Philippine Peso. The product descriptions are taken from their official web page and Usapang Aim YouTube Channel.
Warning: The product descriptions are not medical advice. We only quoted how AIM Global describes its products because these will be part of our analysis of the succeeding sections.
We also include the prices and some of the ingredients since we will compare these to similar products available in the market.
The suggested retail price of this AIM Global product is Php1,320 while the distributors’ price is Php990. This supplement is the company’s flagship product.
AIM Global considers this as one of the most nutritionally dense food supplements in the world market today. It contains approximately 22, 000 phytonutrients in every capsule.
According to the company, this product provides cellular protection, longevity, nourishment, energizer, and enhancement. What’s even more interesting is that this food supplement provides cardio and cancer protection.
- Complete Phyto-Energizer
The retail price is Php1,250 while the distributors’ price is Php930. It is a lower version of C24/7 minus the anti-aging. It is said the pregnant women and people aged 18 years old and below can take the supplement.
- Choleduz Omega Supreme
It’s a dietary supplement in a soft gel form that contains Fish Oil plus Vitamin E that are essential in reducing the body’s bad cholesterol. The retail price is at Php880 while the distributors’ price is Php660.
- Kiddi 24/7 NutraGummies
This food supplement is for kids. It includes 14 essential vitamins, minerals, and 26 fruits and vegetables in a gummy form that kids will surely love.
This AIM Global product does not contain gelatin, yeast, wheat, dairy, gluten, eggs, peanuts, artificial flavors, preservatives, or allergens. Kiddi 24/7 SRP is Php1,100 while distributors can have it for Php750.
- RestorLyf Longevity Formula
This product is a blend of extracts from grape seed, Japanese knotweed, and red wine powder. It has an anti-aging formula.
The supplement can also be used for people with diabetes because it lowers blood sugar. RestorLyf is selling at Php1,700 at retail while distributors can have it for Php1,250.
- Vida Maxx
This food supplement has resVida and FruitFlow. ResVida dilates arteries.
FruitFlow, a tomato-based ingredient helps maintain normal platelet aggregation, which contributes to healthy blood flow. This product is selling at retail for Php1,900. Distributors can have it for Php1,350.
- Burn Slim
It’s a unique blend of L-Carnitine, Garcinia Cambogia, and Green Tea Extract. The products cost Php1,200 at retail and Php880 if you are a distributor.
Burn Slim tablets are said to suppress appetite, increase metabolism, and burn excess fat.
- My Choco
The suggested retail price of this AIM Global product is Php440 while the distributor’s price is Php330. It contains premium cocoa blend, milk, sugar, alive! mega- nutritionals and DHA powder.
- Burn Shake
The Burn Meal Replace Shake contains high protein ingredients that help shake off hunger and other ingredients instrumental in weight loss. These ingredients include HCA, L-Carnitine, Aloe Vera Gel, Green Tea Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, and Guarana.
The suggested retail price of this product is Php1,300 while a distributor can buy it at Php950.
- Vida Drink Mix
This drink mix contains resVida and quality carotenoid lycopene to keep your heart in shape. SRP is Php860 while the distributor’s price is Php430.
- Liven Coffee
AIM Global claims that Liven Coffee is the world’s first alkaline coffee. Due to its 16,000 phytonutrients and 131 natural ingredients, this coffee can provide lots of health benefits.
This product is said to be fortified with Complete Phyto-Energizer. The coffee is available for Php390 at retail. If you are a member of AIM Global you can buy it at Php290.
- BURN Mate Iced Tea
According to AIM Global, this product contains Finomate™, a green mate extract with shown effects on weight and body fat reduction. The retail price of this tea is Php1,100. Distributors can buy it at Php770.
It’s a Glutathione sublingual spray that contains 2,500 mg glutathione, and 1000 mg Vitamin C. The Suggested retail price is Php2,100 while the cost to distributors is Php1,570.
- Perfect White
Retailing for Php1,650, the active ingredient of AIM Global product is Cysteine Peptide. A member can buy it for Php1,250.
- Naturacentials Deep Cleansing & Whitening Bar
This product contains Naturacentials Deep Cleansing & Whitening Bar. The SRP is Php200 while DP is Php150.
- Naturacentials Natural Feminine Wash
This feminine wash is said to contain a negative ion. Buy it for Php250 if you are a member and sell it at a retail price of Php350.
- Naturacentials Natural Masculine Wash
This AIM Global product contains negative ions. Currently sells at a retail price of Php350. Distributors buy it for Php250.
- Naturacentials Herbal Toothpaste
Buy it for Php200. If you are a distributor, it only costs you Php150. The company says this toothpaste is enriched with 16,000 phytonutrients from Complete Phyto-Energizer.
Newest AIM Global Products
Below are the company’s latest products with unique product descriptions.
- Ener-Chi Diffuser. SRP is Php380 while DP is Php200.
- Ener-Chi Pendant. Retails price is Php6,800 while distributors can buy it for Php3,800.
- Nu UH2. The distributors price is Php10,800 while SRP is Php18,800.
- Ultra H2. Suggested retail price is Php38,800 while DP is Php25,800.
BusinessDictionary defines marketing as a management process through which goods and services move from concept to the customer. It involves the coordination of the four elements called the 4 Ps of marketing:
- identification, selection, and development of a product,
- determination of its price,
- selection of a distribution channel to reach the customer’s place, and
- the development and implementation of a promotional strategy.
A marketing plan, according to Investopedia, is a business’s operational document for outreach and advertising to generate leads and reach its target market. A marketing plan pulls together all the campaigns that will be undertaken over a period with additional information on how they will be measured and monitored.
It puzzles us why Alliance in Motion Global considers the video below as a marketing plan. The presentation talks about how to earn millions out of Php6,980.
The video above is not a marketing plan. Instead, it’s a presentation that sells the idea of becoming rich to potential members.
To be a member of AIM Global, you need to buy a global package worth Php6,980. The different packages include various products that can be sold at retail.
The company claims that the value of each package is higher than the price paid by the member. Thus, they argue that you already have a return on your investment upon buying the kit.
You can make money in this MLM company in various ways as explained below.
Upon buying any of their global packages, you will become a distributor. The package entitles you to 25-50% on all products. You can sell the items at a higher price which should not be below the suggested retail price.
Direct Referral Bonus
You earn Php500 in every person you recruited who bought the global package.
Matching Sales Bonus
Matching Sales Bonus or Paring Bonus is a binary system. To earn Php1,000, you will recruit two people and put them in your left and right sales team.
You will earn Php1,000 once these people under your group invite others to join on their left and right sides. There is no limit as to the level’s deep, but the paring bonus is limited to 32 matches per day.
Every 9th and 10th matching bonus entitles you to travel rewards points. You can use these points to avail of the company’s free travel incentive here and abroad.
You can earn 5% of product sales volume from the 1st level (direct downlines). Also, you will get 5% of product sales volume from your indirect referrals. The 5% from your indirect referrals sales volume is applicable from the 1st level up to the 10th level.
Stair Step Bonus (Overriding Commission)
All products in AIM Global have corresponding positional points. These points are used for your promotion in their Stair Step Program. In the program, the commission ranges from 0%-40% based on the group’s product sales volume.
Red Flags and Misleading Claims
Our researchers have found several deceptive claims of AIM Global and its distributors. Most of these misleading claims involve company reputation, product benefits and pricing, and advertisements.
These false claims do not necessarily mean that the business is a scam. However, these confusing assertions should alert you before joining the MLM firm.
AIM Global: The No. 1 Direct Selling Company
AIM Global is said to be the No. 1 Direct Selling Company in the world. The claim is according to its distributors, top earners, and the company itself.
This statement is misleading. The sole basis of this statement was the online polls published in Business For Home in 2014 and 2015.
Dini Noorlander and Ted Nuyten, co-founders, say, Business For Home publishes facts, figures, and networking news. It is unfortunate that the exact facts that 99% of people who join MLM lose money were never published there.
Also, they cannot deny the fact that OneCoin, one of the biggest cryptocurrency scams, got good coverage from Ted Nuyten.
It was easy for AIM Global to win the No. 1 spot because of its massive Facebook campaigns. See the screenshots below.
The $200 Million Revenue in 2015
Ted Nuyten’s Business For Home reported AIM Global’s revenue at $200 million in 2015. The figure was confirmed and published on their page.
To verify the claim, our team got a copy of AIM Global’s Audited Financial Statements (FS) for the year 2015. The Philippines SEC duly received these FS.
For the year ended December 31, 2015, AIM global disclosed a total of Php1,395,580,872. If we translate this to the US dollar using the year-end exchange rate at 46.8522 Php per USD, sales should have been at $30 million.
Did Alliance in Motion Global inflate its revenue by 567% for Ted Nuyten? Or, did the company deflate its sales for SEC reporting?
We believe the SEC reports are reliable. If this is the case, then we can conclude that Business For Home does not have credibility after all.
Likewise, awards received by AIM Global from Ted Nuyten should not matter in the end.
AIM Global as a Member of the Direct Selling Association of the Philippines (DSAP)
A video circulating in social media says that the company is the 30th member of DSAP. This video was published more than three years ago.
Moreover, one member creates a picture purporting that AIM Global is a member of DSAP.
DSAP confirms that Alliance in Motion Global is not a member of their association.
AIM Global’s C247 is US FDA Registered
A product presentation in Usapang AIM Youtube Channel says that C247, a flagship product, is US FDA approved.
This statement is false. The US FDA is not authorized to review dietary supplement products for safety and effectiveness before they are marketed.
Producers and distributors are responsible for making sure their products are safe before they go to the market. No US FDA approval is required.
Pyramid Scheme vs. Pyramid Structure
One of AIM Global’s members is trying to mislead his audience when asked about pyramiding or pyramid scams. Instead of quoting the provision of Republic Act No. 7394 (The Consumer Act of the Philippines), the gentleman talks about pyramid structure.
The pyramid structure in an organization reflects hierarchy. For instance, in an organization, executives are at the top, and middle managers are in the middle. Moreover, the rank-and-file is at the bottom of the pyramid.
More importantly, the people in the pyramid organizational structure are paid salaries and wages. Unlike in AIM Global and other product-based pyramid schemes where income is based on recruitment.
Article 53 of R.A 7394 prohibits Pyramid Sales Scheme. A pyramid scheme is defined in Article 4(k) of R.A 7394;
AIM Global Product Health Benefits
AIM Global and some of its distributors advertise C247 as a food supplement that provides cellular protection, longevity, nourishment, energizer, and enhancement. Also, it states that the product offers cardio and cancer protection.
Furthermore, some of the distributors are using a marketing picture, indicating that C247 can protect a person from various diseases.
These claims are misleading and perhaps a violation of Article 112 of The Consumer Act of the Philippines.
Similar Products in the Market
First, we review the ingredients and supplement facts of some AIM Global products. Then, we compare these to similar products available in the market.
Our samples include C247, Complete Phyto-Energizer, Kiddi 24/7, and Choleduz.
AIM Global disclosed that one of its manufacturers is Nature’s Way. We agree with this claim. Choleduz has the same (except for the amount per serving) content with Fisol.
Likewise, the contents of Complete Phyto-Energizer and Alive Max 6 Daily Multivitamins are almost the same. See the photos below.
C247 is Complete Phyto-Energizer minus the anti-aging. Alive Premium Gummies for Children and Kiddi 24/7 are identical.
Is AIM Global a Pyramid Scheme?
Some people may find it a bit awkward to tell if AIM Global is a pyramid scheme. This, probably, is because the company claims to deal in certain tangible products whereas there are dozens of pyramid schemes without any known products.
In clarifying whether AIM Global is a pyramid scheme or not, one has to consider that pyramid schemes occur in two basic forms: the product-based pyramid schemes, and the no-product pyramid schemes.
Having failed to thoroughly review AIM Global, you could be beguiled into accepting that the company is concerned with direct selling whereas in reality, AIM Global is a pyramid scheme hiding behind the curtains of its so-called direct selling.
Below are a number of foolproof reasons to substantiate that AIM Global is a pyramid scheme rather than a direct selling company:
- Compensation increases in accordance with increment in recruits: This is likely one of the most observable flaws of AIM Global. Like typical pyramid schemes, members’ earnings tend to increase when there is an increase in the number of referrals. This, again, indicates that AIM Global covertly prioritizes membership referrals in place of direct selling
- Members barely get paid through product sale: AIM Global may have touted itself as a direct selling company but in actuality, the company doesn’t pay members from the proceeds of product sales. What AIM Global does instead is paying commissions to old members (with recruits) through the registration fees of new members
- Absence of a clearly defined product return policy: This, needless to say, is one of the red flags about AIM Global. Normally, one would expect an actual direct selling company to have a well-defined product return policy. AIM Global, however, is devoid of a product return policy, hence buttressing the impression that the company is only hiding behind “direct selling” to pitch its pyramid scam to unsuspecting people
Is AIM Global Legit?
We may not need to further stress that AIM Global should not be regarded as a legit company. Of course, some of the points enumerated and discussed earlier are pointers to the claim that AIM Global is a pyramid scheme. Like other pyramid schemes, AIM Global adopts a compensation plan that rewards members through referrals. This is why the company’s compensation system tends to favour only the members with high numbers of recruits.
There are various other reasons why you should doubt the legitimacy of AIM Global. One of these (reasons) is that the company is dealing in an unregistered investment whereas the company’s proclaimed mode of operation (as a direct selling enterprise) requires due registration with SEC.
Another (cogent) reason to question the legitimacy of AIM Global is that members are certain to stop receiving compensation if the company is unable to recruit more people. This clarifies that the earnings of old members (with considerable amounts of recruits) are generated from portions of new members’ registration fees.
AIM Global is a pyramid scheme. Hence, we believe it is a scam. The company emphasizes the recruitment of more members and makes money from their investments.
Most product purchases in AIM Global came from the member themselves.
Pyramid schemes can be of two types. One is a naked pyramid (no product) and a product-based pyramid scheme. We will use DSAP’S 8-Point Test to determine whether AIM Global is a pyramid scheme.
DSAP came up with a series of questions to distinguish a real direct selling from a pyramiding one. A single answer of “No” means there is a high probability that the business is a pyramid scheme.
- Is there a product? Yes, the company has products.
- Are commissions paid on the sale of products and not on registration/entry fees? No, the company has compensation plans in which commissions are paid based on registration fees of recruits.
- Is the intent to sell a product, not a position? No, AIM Global intends to sell a position and not a product. It allows a member to purchase up to 15 heads.
- Is there no direct correlation between the number of recruits and compensation? No, the recruits and compensation are directly correlated. The more you recruit, the more earnings you have.
- If recruitment were to be stopped today, would the participants still make money? No, because the products are expensive and have no demand.
- Is there a reasonable product return policy? No, the business has no product return policy.
- Do products have a fair market value? No, the company’s products have no market value. You can buy similar products in the market at lower prices.
- Is there a compelling reason to buy? No, there is no compelling reasons to buy their products. Retail customers (not a member of AIM Global) have no intentions to buy the goods.
Alliance in Motion Global did not pass the 8-Point Test. We believe that AIM Global is a Pyramid scheme.
Is AIM Global Selling an Unregistered Investment?
An investment contract, according to the Amended IRR of R.A 8799, is a transaction or scheme whereby a person invests his money in a common enterprise. Then, he is led to expect profits primarily from the efforts of others.
We think that the company sells an investment contract that requires registration and a Secondary License from the SEC. The company’s business model satisfies all the requisites of security.
First, a person invests his money by paying the global package worth Php6,980.
Second, there is a common enterprise when two or more investors “pool” their resources. In this case, the invested money is under the control of Alliance in Motion Global, Inc.
Then, the company determines what to do with the amount. The enterprise uses a portion of the money while a fraction is paid to pay the agreed returns to its members.
Third, investors or members are enticed primarily by the prospects of a return on their investment. The investment in money is made with a view of getting profits from AIM Global.
The video below tells everything that the company is selling not the usual food supplements. You can find more of that on social media.
Last, expected profits in Alliance in Motion arise primarily from the efforts of others. Under the scheme, the accumulated amount received by the investor comes mainly from the efforts of his recruits.
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Let’s put this on record that the company sells up to 15 accounts. Its clear evidence that the enterprise is offering an unregistered investment.
Filing of Complaint
If you want the authorities to investigate AIM Global, you need to file a formal complaint. Pyramids scams are under the jurisdiction of DTI while SEC takes charge of unregistered investments.
For DTI concerns, please visit their official website for contact information. For unregistered investments, contact SEC’s Enforcement and Investor Protection Department at 02-818-6337 or 02-818-6047 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Atty. Howard Chan provides a procedure for filing a formal complaint. Please check that out.
Review Conclusion: AIM Global is a Pyramid Scheme
This review concludes that AIM Global is a Pyramid scheme. The company did not pass the 8-Point Test of DSAP. Hence, we believe it is a scam.
The Alliance in Motion Global has compensation plans in which commissions are paid based on registration fees of recruits. AIM Global intends to sell a position and not a product. It allows a member to buy up to 15 accounts.
Moreover, recruits and compensation are directly correlated. The more you recruit, the higher your earnings will be. The business has no return policy.
Also, the company’s products have no market value. You can purchase similar products in the market at lower prices.
Ultimately, there are no compelling reasons to buy their products. Retail customers (not a member of AIM Global) have no intention to buy their food supplements and other items.
Also, we believe, that AIM Global is selling an unregistered investment. This investment requires a Secondary License. Moreover, it must be registered with the SEC before it can be sold or offer for sale to the public.
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The facts reeled out in this post must have cleared your doubt about the legitimacy of AIM Global. While some of AIM Global’s enticing offers might make you think the company is an actual direct selling company, it’s advisable that you cross-check all the claims levelled against the company.
Perhaps, cross-checking such claims should help you form an unbiased judgment as regards the legitimacy of AIM Global.
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