Zrii is a health and wellness company in the multi-level marketing industry that was founded in 2007 by CEO and Founder Bill Farley. Mr. Farley is known for his success in the well-known companies Gitano and Fruit of the Loom. He has over 30 years of experience in the direct selling industry as well.
Zrii is dedicated "to bringing health, wealth, and prosperity to individuals all around the world." The corporate headquarters for Zrii are located in Draper, Utah. The company generates $10 million in global revenue annually. Zrii has over 10,000 Independent Executives marketing and distributing its manufactured product line in 18 countries around the world.
Zrii's primary product is called "Amalaki." This weight loss drink combines natural plants and herbs that are purported to have rejuvenating, cleansing, and energizing effects on the human body. The amalaki fruit is based on Indian holistic teachings that were first found in the Ayurveda.
The fruit, also referred to as "the Indian gooseberry," has also been purported to help regulate blood pressure levels, reduce inflammation, and boost the immune system. The Zrii product line has been widely endorsed by Deepak Chopra, renowned spiritual teacher and best-selling author.
The initial startup cost to join the Zrii business opportunity as an independent distributor is $49.95. Independent distributors earn the difference between wholesale costs and retail prices through the company's binary compensation plan. Zrii supports and trains its new distributors with upline sponsors, corporate events, and sales and marketing materials.
Zrii claims that its independent distributors have the opportunity to earn $2,000 each month. The Zrii compensation plan focuses on monthly volume, which is calculated using the number of recruited members and the amount of product sales.
At the end of each month, the total volume is converted into dollar values and paid out to each independent distributor.
Independent distributors may personally sponsor any combination of three preferred customers and retail customers in order to qualify for the "Zrii For Free" program, which rewards members with free company products.
Distributors have the ability to earn numerous other financial incentives and bonuses as well.
There does not appear to be any clinical studies posted on Zrii's website to back up the company's nutritional claims. Additionally, there is no detailed information regarding product pricing or business opportunities on the company's website either.
Independent distributors are required to maintain a minimum 100 PQV sales volume in order to be eligible to receive earned commissions.
None of Zrii's nutraceutical claims have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Additionally, the company's products cannot be used to treat or prevent any medical conditions.
In 2009, Zrii settled several lawsuits after the company suffered a mass walkout of senior management to competitor LifeVantage Corporation. Zrii sued LifeVantage on claims that LifeVantage had conspired with top-level executives to take Zii out of the health and wellness industry marketplace.
Zrii CEO Bill Farley also sued 31 other low-level employees who resigned shortly after the alleged takeover of LifeVantage and accused them of participating in the events. LifeVantage paid Zrii $400,000 in the settlement and the case was dismissed by a federal judge.
Zrii is an amazing company, endorsed by the Chopra Center that gives a lot of confidence and excitement because is not a regular company it´s a lifestyle in health and wellness and that drives you to truly live without limits.