The truth about Modere, an eco-friendly MLM

modereModere is a multi-level marketing company that sells personal care and common household products. The company was started in 2014 as a re-launch of the marketing company Neways International. Modere has its own manufacturing facility that operates solely on wind power and sells its products primarily through social networking websites.

The company is off to a promising start and has a chance to establish itself as a strong and trustworthy company.

So should you get involved with Modere?

Product-wise this company might be legit, but if you’re just interested in the business opportunity, there are better options out there…

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Either way, here’s the full review on Modere.


Modere has a rather large collection of products, most of which fall into one of three categories:

  • Personal Care – Several lines of personal care products, including those specifically designed for skin, hair, body, and mouth care, as well as a line designed for men.
  • Health & Wellness – Several lines of health and wellness products with a focus on anti-aging, weight management, active health, and several more targeted areas of health and nutrition.
  • Household Care – A smaller collection of products, but one that includes laundry detergent, kitchen cleaning products (see: Sunrider, Norwex, or Amway), and more.

Compensation Plan

Modere invites consumers of its products to become part of the company as representatives the company calls Social Marketers. These marketers pay a startup cost of $29.95, but are encouraged to buy a Builder Collection package for $399. Buying this package increases the number of ways that marketers can earn income from the company.

The full compensation plan offered by Modere is quite extensive and rather complicated. Part of the reason for this is because there is no shortage bonus and incentive programs set up by the company, including the following:

  • First Order Bonus
  • Team 3 Bonus
  • Lifestyle Consistency Bonuses
  • Elite Team Lifestyle Consistency Bonuses
  • Dynamic Team Leader & Director Bonus
  • 4 & More Builder Bonus
  • Sharing Bonus
  • Consistency Selling Reward
  • Leadership Development Bonus

Marketers also take part in a points system in which they can earn gifts, free shipping, product samples, and other incentives.

Here are some pros about Modere:

One part of Modere that stands out above most other multi-level marketing companies is its transparency. The company has an in-house Lifestyle Advisory Board that examines the company’s products and makes recommendations on any changes that need to be made on a yearly basis. Modere also floods its website with information about its products, as well as advice for customers who use them or are considering using them. This is definitely a rarity in the multi-level marketing industry, and this kind of transparency by Modere is a great effort by such a young company to build trust with potential consumers.

Modere also stands out in the stance it takes on important issues that companies often overlook. The company is strict about not placing any potentially harmful ingredients in its products, which is not something that can be said about all multi-level marketing firms, especially those that sell health and wellness products. Modere is also committed to selling its products in packaging that’s 100% recyclable, making them a company that’s eco-friendly (1).

Finally, the bonus and incentive programs Modere offers its independent marketers beyond profits from retail sales is quite impressive. For instance, each month the company chooses one marketer to win a Lifetime Experience. This can include premium access to concerts or sporting events, a skydiving trip, six months worth of massages, access to a personal stylist, and among other options that are equally amazing. This is on top of the vast array of bonuses and other perks the company offers to its top-performing marketers.

Here are some cons about Modere:

The downside of Modere’s compensation plan is that it can be difficult to make a meaningful amount of money for those who are new to multi-level marketing or only have a casual interest in it. Commissions on retail sales are modest at best and will force marketers to grow a large customer base to make money. There are also auto-ship requirements for those marketers unable to reach a certain volume of sales, which is also difficult for MLM newcomers. On top of that, the Builder Collection package the company encourages its new members to purchase costs $399, which is on the high end compared to other MLM companies.

In addition to some of the difficulties those new to multi-level marketing may experience with Modere, there’s little evidence that the company provides any kind of training to its marketers. This isn’t all that surprising for a company that’s young and still trying to find its place, but without any kind of training or guidance outside of telling marketers to get their family and friends on board, it will be difficult to rise through the ranks of Modere and take advantage of its exciting compensation plan.

Finally, and not so surprisingly, there is little information about Modere, which has only been around since 2014. There are few reviews of the company from reliable sites and little information provided about the company from the Better Business Bureau. This should be expected from such a young company, but it’s also a bit puzzling considering the fact that Modere conducts so much of its business through social media sites. A company that’s actively pursuing a social media presence should have more information about it available online.


Joining a young company like Modere is almost always going to be a risky venture, simply because there isn’t enough feedback from those within the company.

From what we can gather, Modere’s compensation plan is not conducive to someone who’s new to multi-level marketing or someone who lacks proper sales and marketing training. However, those that do such skills might have a decent opportunity to advance in a company that offers plenty of bonus opportunities and unique incentives.

Just don’t expect to get rich from this gig, there are better options if you are looking to make sustainable money…

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14 comments… add one
  • Miranda Krisologo Feb 10, 2017, 1:03 am

    I’ve only recently heard of Modere, started doing some research because I am involved with a couple MLM’s currently but in a couple reviews it’s being said that Modere was known as Neways… a company that’s been around for many years and that they decided to revamp basically. Do you know how true that is? Thank you

    • Jeremy Page Feb 23, 2017, 11:49 am

      Yes, that would be correct.

  • Rob May 26, 2017, 2:49 pm

    So, what is the monthly fee or required purchases from me if I was a partner? Say I joined to build a biz but didn’t have any customers for a while, what am I required to pay every month?

    Thank you.

    • Stephanie Mefford Jun 25, 2017, 1:00 pm

      No fee and no required auto ship.

  • Kathleen Green May 30, 2017, 6:58 pm

    I was a IRep for Liquid BioCell prior to the Modere purchase.
    Our compensation plan was amazing, as was the customer service. We never had issues with back orders and long hold times when calling customer service.
    My clients are having a difficult time getting Collagen Science products, they are dealing with rude customer service personnel and bottles of BioCell being broken upon delivery.
    The quality of the Collagen Science part of Modere (liquid biocell) has lost its value and intergrity of what once was.
    I sent Modere an email a few months ago with regard to my concerns and never heard from them.
    This is not a very good indication of the type of company Liquid BioCell is in bed with.

    • Jeremy Page Jun 14, 2017, 7:23 pm

      Interesting, thanks for your input

  • Amanda Jun 7, 2017, 5:10 pm

    You don’t need to be in a monthly autoship!

  • Stephanie Mefford Jun 25, 2017, 12:59 pm

    I just began working with Modere as a Social Marketer 3 weeks ago. Not sure how you received your information about low pay and little training.. I have sat up til midnight completing suggested trainings. Which has helped me grow my business. Not only have u already lost 15 lbs using the M3 system, but I’ve made over $1000 in three weeks, made new friends and have gained knowledge that will in all aspects of my life. Sounds like your article is based on 2nd hand information and not facts. I’ve been involved with many MLM’s in the past and Modere is by far the best!

    • Kelly De Florenca Aug 3, 2017, 4:26 am

      I disagree, Modere’s compensation plan is one of the best out there. There is so much support and training in this company. I have been in others and none compare to Modere. There are no auto-ships needed at all, they are there IF you wish to take it but no one is forced to.

  • D Jul 26, 2017, 3:02 am

    Thanks for sharing. A friend recently introduced me to this company.

  • Toni Ann Aug 7, 2017, 3:49 am

    I am concerned about the product costs to customers. The collections seem expensive. I am wondering if it’s possible to be successful without rich friends?

    • Jeremy Page Aug 11, 2017, 8:05 pm

      The odds are definitely stacked up against you.

    • Andrea Sep 20, 2017, 8:34 am

      My sister has just become a Modere rep about 2 months ago, and I’ve started using a lot of the products. I’m a single mum working part time, so a low income family, and I find the cost ok. A lot of the products like cleaners and personal care (shampoo conditioner etc) last a lot longer than other brands, as smaller quantities are used 🙂

  • Kerry Sep 21, 2017, 6:52 pm

    I’ve done MLM research and I’m also considering 1 other, Neolife. Modere has MANY trainings through One Voice and other training systems for their Social Marketers. So the training information with Modere, written by you, should be updated. The other thing is the Modere community is hugely supportive. I was in a couple MLM’s over 15 yrs ago, that failed and closed, and support was terrible. The thing I’m having a challenge with is getting people to be Social Marketers with me…to come aboard our team. There is investment in any business or hobby. I fast tracked with a $75 investment alongside voluntarily purchasing the cleaning system and Trim. How would I be able to market and speak to the efficacy of the products if I didn’t try some out myself, right? Solving problems & selling the product is easy, because most of the product line is dang fabulous honestly. I can write that because I started as a customer. In the meantime, I’m learning more outside the Modere trainings in order to strengthen my knowledge about building mindful business teams.

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