Sunday, November 24, 2013


Just when you thought Organo Gold was nothing more than a cheap Folgers knock-off we have come to tell you that they are going HOLLYWOOD!! We had to come out of hiatus to report this new "tea" that I am about to spill. Am I the only one who thinks Organo Gold should have been a tea brewing company? They have so much dirty dealings and scandals abound that any hat lady would love to sit down and sip on the filth. Anywho, anybody catch the episode of the new "set black folks back 50 years reality tv show" called Thicker Than Water? Well, in the second episode we find out that the mother of the family has made millions pushing that organ stuffing-future hernia-giving contraption called Ardyss International. She explicitly gives the name of the business on air to promote the company. Heads at Organo Gold got wind of this and is now trying to convince pastors from other churchs who sale Organo Gold to audition for the Preachers franchise in order to showcase how Organo Gold has got them to the point that their spirituality has afforded them. The Preachers franchise will be set to come to Atlanta in the new series called the Preachers of Atlanta. One preacher who has his entire church involved in Organo Gold will be one of the main characters. We will see them go from the pulpit to the coffee mixers. You may ask, what's so bad about this? What's bad is that Organo Gold and other MLM's steal from God's sheep. They use the church as a platform to gather their minions ans swindle from the poor. Adding the glitz and glam of Hollywood will only increase the number of ididots who will succumb to the pressures of selling that damn coffee. "Whoa to the inhabitants of the earth and sea, because the devil has down to you!"- Revelation 12:12


  1. What in the fuck has this got to do with the company, the coffe or the compensation plan.

    1. Anonymous3/03/2014

      the coffee is crap, the company is a pyramid scam/ scheme with a 99 plus percent fail rate. The compensation plan rewards the pyramid tops. Any more questions?

    2. Anonymous3/19/2014

      And your job pays you as much as the CEOs or you just work because you want to?

  2. Anonymous12/31/2013

    Ha Ha, another rant from this failed distributor in MLM. Can't be up there with them on stage, so let's drag the others down to a crappy level.

  3. Anonymous2/12/2014

    In recent news, Organo Gold forced to post "Income Disclosure Statement"


    "83% [of people] who participate in Organo Gold [...] earned between $0-$599/year"


    This linked from compensation page ( Notice how they tried to hide the "Income Disclosure Statement" link.


  4. Anonymous2/17/2014

    Organo Gold along with other income opportunities require work.Being self employed is not for everyone. It takes changing your mindset from job to owner. If over 80% are only making less than $600, they didn't follow their step by step business guide, didn't create goals and left the product sitting on the table. Whomever introduced the business to them wasn't leading in the early stages. I encourage anyone whether weightloss, health, career etc to find something you love and stick to it. The income reports are typical across the board in any mlm or network marketing because the cushion of the job is present. Remove the job or cushion and suddenly those boxes of coffee are sold. How goal oriented are you? Don't let others comments become your reality or statistic. Chose a means for your financial future. Whether its Organo Gold or not, you have to work any business. Its never going to happen instaneously. If you wwnt to work for yourself it takes determination, dedication and courage. Don't be discouraged with your business. Connect with your leaders and start with a winning attitude.

  5. Anonymous2/18/2014

    "Organo Gold along with other income opportunities require work."

    Except OG's tagline is, "It's easy, it's simple, it's coffee." The marketing is misleading as it implies the coffee sells itself.

    "If over 80% are only making less than $600, they didn't follow their step by step business guide, didn't create goals and left the product sitting on the table."

    Doesn't that raise red flags about the business guide and the product if 83% of the people are failing? OG admits that the vast majority of people put more money into the system than they received or hope to receive in future payments. That's a ponzi scheme.

    Using OG's "math," only 3% of ALL sellers "received" over $8000. Basically, 97% of sellers couldn't rely on OG alone to keep them over the poverty line.

  6. Anonymous8/23/2014

    I am a new distributor in OG. Only been doing it for a little more than 2 months now. For the past 2 months, I made enough to pay for my monthly bills. To me, that's a really big help. All I did was follow a simple system developed by the company to help their distributors succeed. I could be making more, but I've only been devoting at max 5 hours a week into this business. I understand that MLM is not for everyone. A huge majority will fail because majority of the population are under the employee mindset. But if people are just willing to learn and follow the steps that MLM companies have developed, plus work on their personal development, then more people will make more money in MLM. Unfortunately, many people quit at their first encounter with rejection.