Welcome to this Truvy review, yes you read that right, TruVision Health is now Truvy!
Yes, you’ve probably guessed, there have been some big changes at Truvy which was formally called TruVision Health.
A re-branding exercise!
So if you found it strange searching for TruVision Health only to be taken straight into their new branded website Truvy.com, then that’s the reason why.
For a company who is supposed to be doing so well, this re-branding just doesn’t sit well with me.
Who am I to judge, but I thought getting the word out there and becoming established takes a lot of work, patience and time, and now, not only are they going to have to convince people about this decision, but isn’t it like starting afresh?
Weight gains affect us all, and we see so many diets and dietary products out there with a massive portion of them just doing nothing, but we are still prepared to take a stab at the next in-product.
I am in no way associated with Truvy.com and therefore I reserve judgment and will keep an open mind and be as unbiased as I can, giving you the facts for you to decide on your own merit.
All the same, we are here to review Truvy or is it TruVision Health, so let’s get on with it.
[Affiliate Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links which means I may earn a small commission if you purchase anything through one of the links. However, this will not affect what you pay!]
Product: Truvy, formerly Truvision Health
Location: Draper, Utah, USA
Founders: Travis Martin, Shawn Gibson, and Derek Baily
Product description: An MLM company in the Health & Wellness niche promoting dietary and health products along with a business opportunity for anyone who is interested.
Cost to join: Free
Price of products: $3 – $198.75
Recommended: NO/YES – I am not a fan of MLMs due to some bad experiences in the past and I certainly wouldn’t recommend this business model to any newbie looking to earn a living online.
Synopsis: A few red flags straight off the bat. Rebranding exercise and several incidents with the FDA which we’ll talk about later.
Internal Summary and Navigation
- What is Truvy about and who are the founders?
- Is Truvy a Pyramid Scheme
- Let’s look at the Truvy products range
- Truvy Business Opportunity – What you need to know
- What others say about Truvy
- What I like about Truvy
- What I don’t like about Truvy
- Is Truvy a scam?
- Is Truvy a Worthy Business to get involved with?
- Feedback, Follow and Subscribe
What is Truvy about and who are the founders?
Truvy formerly TruVision Health was founded by Travis Martin, Shawn Gibson, and Derek Baily in 2014 and are located in Utah in the US.
They are an MLM or “multi-level-marketing” business in the Health and Wellness niche promoting products for weight loss along with supplementary products for your health.
For anybody who doesn’t know what an MLM is, I would suggest reading this article I wrote first before continuing.
For those who are interested there is a business opportunity that you can get involved with and we’ll be discussing that a little later on.
You might be asking, why the change of company name that so many people associated with and loved as TruVision Health?
I mean they are successful and reports tell me they generated $100 million in 2019.
Coming from 30 years working across many businesses in a software development capacity re-branding tells me one thing and one thing only.
If you check the reasoning behind the change, then they say it’s a much-needed makeover to take the company into the future.
They say that “Tru” retains the original name followed by “vy” which means “to compete”
Some say, “It’s softer, hipper and a lot easier to remember”
I personally think “TruVision Health”, tells me exactly who and what they are about rather than “Truly” that says what?
We turn Skeptics into FANS, well I reserve judgement.
Is Truvy a Pyramid Scheme?
Before we get into this review let’s just clear a few things up because people are always indicating that MLM type businesses are pyramid schemes without doing any research at all.
MLM businesses carry this stigma around with them because of the way some MLM businesses choose to operate.
Due to the compensation plan, which operates in a pyramid style (hence why people get the pyramid scheme from).
What you should know is that businesses, in general, operate in a pyramid style fashion and therefore this is nothing out of the ordinary.
I can categorically tell you that Truvy is not a pyramid scheme because they for one have an extensive product line. So nothing to hide behind there!
Now, that is out of the way, let’s continue…
Let’s look at the Truvy products range
At the last count, I found 126 products available through the Truvy website, which sort of makes for an extensive product range.
So, let’s go ahead and check out the new product line that was either re-branding of an old product or the real deal.
- New Truvy 30-day Combo Pack
“Tru” according to Truly, supports the blood chemistry which originates from their “famous” truFIX formula.
“Vy” (pronounced vee) is their powerhouse product packed with ingredients that “can” make you feel more naturally energized. Body fat optimization, which suppresses your appetite without you feeling starved.
- Truvy Must-Haves
Same as the above with the addition of …
- Truvy’s grape super drink
- 30 day supply of reNU Detox Which claims to support body detoxification and helps to maintain a healthy digestive system.
- New Truvy Share Pack
What about getting enough to share around with your friends and family.
Truvy’s most popular product range
Interested to see the CBD product where according to Truvy, the best way to administer CBD Oil and that’s in a patch form.
After researching many CBD companies this is the first time I have come across this way of administering CBD oil. Interesting though!
The Truvy products are in categories listed below…
- Most Popular
- TVH Staples
- Crafted Healthy
- Samples Packages
- By Nature
- TVH Labs
- Last Chance
The extensive Truvy products range with current prices
Why not head over to the Truvy website to check out their product range in more detail before you think of purchasing or before you consider Truvy as a good business opportunity.
Truvy Business Opportunity – What you need to know
OK, first and foremost, why the rebranding?
Is it to get rid of any stigmas that may be hanging around and to give them a clean bill of health, so to speak?
Is it to bring the company into the future with a hip sort of name like I’m hearing?
I don’t know about you but TruVision Health tells me exactly what this company is about, Truvy tells me nothing.
I did find some interesting reading on the FDA website, that’s the Federal Drug Administration for the years 2015 and 2017. Check it out if you’d like.
All said and done, plenty of people are saying great things about the products and the company, which would have been under the previous name of TruVision Health and not Truvy. For the time being anyway!
The reviews can be found on the GOOGLE MY BUSINESS platform and to get there you would need to type into Google the company name along with the locality.
Don’t try and enter Truvy Utah because nothing will appear. You have to enter TruVision Health Utah. That’s until the re-branding has fully been completed.
How to Make Money With Truvy
Just like all MLM businesses you become an associate or distributer and in many cases there is a fee to be paid. Varies from MLM to MLM.
I understand that to become a Truvy Associate it is free.
Normally 3 ways to make money as an associate…
- Purchase the products yourself.
- Market to your customers.
- Recruit others to join your team, in which case any products sold by your team you will earn a commission from.
This all adds to your PV (Personal volume)
Here you can check out the Truvy compensation Plan for yourself
I’m not going to describe the compensation plan like many do because it can change at any time. Suffice to say, it is pretty straight forward anyway.
You can either click the image below for an explanation of the Truvy Compensation Plan or you could check out the documentation which simplifies it more here.
What others say about Truvy
I do find it a little strange that you can’t find customer reviews on the normal 3rd party review sites.
There is not even a facility on the new Truvy website either to store reviews to promote who they really are. An opportunity missed don’t you think?
Like I mentioned earlier you can find Truvy reviews under their former name and 5 stars but don’t get excited because you are not going to find any negative reviews on there.
But not all is lost because I did find some reviews under the new re-branded name…
So, can a business be that good? 5 stars throughout!
What I like about Truvy
- Free to become an associate
- The compensation plan is pretty straight forward, not like some MLMs I have come across in the past.
- Reviews are extremely positive.
What I don’t like about Truvy
- Re-branding, from TruVision Health which tells me who they are to Truvy that doesn’t! This is a massive change for any company and very rarely executed.
Can open up all sorts of problems with credibility my number one.
- Whilst I did find some reviews under the new name of Truvy, I couldn’t find any in the normal manner, through 3rd party websites where they can be believed more. Anything controlled by a company can also be influenced by them too.
- Not accredited with BBB, even under their former name TruVision Health.
- Products are expensive.
- Only the top 1-2% really make any money in an MLM, period.
- What you will normally find is that between 50% and 65% will have left and moved onto something else by the time the 12 months is up. Therefore there will always be an emphasis to replenish your team and recruit more. There, the cycle continues.
- A total lack of training for anybody who hasn’t a clue about selling and marketing and who doesn’t come with experience in this business model.
It’s supposed to be the responsibility of your sponsor to guide and teach you, but if they come with no experience (and they normally do) then that leaves you on your own.
Even if they do come with experience, knowledge is very rarely passed on and besides what normally happens is your sponsor is preoccupied trying to recruit more people.
This is not unique to Truvy, it’s just how these businesses operate.
Is Truvy a SCAM or is TruVision Health a Scam?
This is a popular search criterion, for many when researching a company, product or business opportunity, and one I hate.
Yes, I know a little strange but so is re-branding.
Everything sort of starts from the beginning again and opens up a whole lot of questions if you are considering getting involved.
Based on my research which mainly is covering the TruVision Health name I couldn’t find anything to suggest that TriVision health or Truvy is a scam.
It does, sort of depend on what you class as a SCAM?
They have been operating since 2014 and have an extensive product range, that people are raving about, however, the products are on the expensive side.
Is Truvy a Worthy Business to get involved with?
MLM’s, in general, are hardball and Truvy is no different.
If you come from a sales background and know-how to market this type of business, then go for it.
Coming from experience with a couple of MLM’s, I would not recommend this type of business for newbies coming into the “Make Money Online” niche. But, you can obviously ignore my advice!
I wasted several years going down this MLM route with promises of getting rich and listening to all that BS which simply does not work!
Why should you believe me?
I’m not trying to sell you something so does that make you suspicious?
Just offering the facts for you to decide!
What you need to know
All MLM’s rely on “Landing-pages” which are a basic webpage which in many cases will be given to you, so you along with 100s or 1000s will have the same landing page to market.
When/if you leave, you leave with nothing unless you already had a website.
One, two, three years of hard work could all be down the pan!
After wasting a number of years, I found that Affiliate Marketing is the route to take
Probably the best training platform online is Wealthy Affiliate, who specializes in affiliate marketing and they can provide you with the training.
A training platform designed around newbies and covers everything.
From creating your website, hosting, 24/7/365 security backup and support, knowing your crowd and competition, keyword research. SEO, weekly live training, plus 100s of training courses in video and text format, not to mention a community that goes beyond anything I have come across before.
What’s more, it’s free!
You are obviously looking for an online business, then why not do it the right way and don’t rely on others to do the work.
Feedback, Comments and Subscribe
OK, I must apologise for the confusion, but that is exactly what happens when companies change direction and end up creating unnecessary problems.
Anyway, all said and done I hope you enjoyed this review.
Any questions for me or you’d maybe like to tell us your story. Where are you at? Are you considering the MLM route? Do you have any experiences with MLMs?
Go on, don’t be shy. Why not share your experiences, I’d like to know.
Until next time, stay safe.
22 thoughts on “TruVision Health is NOW Truvy [Re-Branding DISASTER or GENIUS…You decide!]”
Been searching for what Truvy is all about and bumped on your article. Glad that it wasn’t a scam as I know many others are. Anyway, I think affiliate marketing is more of my style as I don’t like how the price of MLM products are hiked up many times to pay for the multi-tiered commissions.
Hey Kenny, Not often do you come across a company going through a re-branding process and no they aren’t a scam.
A wise man going down the affiliate marketing route and good look.
Thanks for commenting
Yes, this whole re-branding thing they seem to have gone through doesn’t sit too well with me.
I tend to agree with you that this does put a question mark against their credibility as a company.
Plus the overall price of the products and the total lack of training is another cause for concern. I can’t see anyone new to this type of Marketing (I’m not a fan of MLM either) doing particularly well.
I can’t quite put my finger on it, but everything about this company has me worried and scratching my head.
As always Mick, a fantastic and honest review.
Hi Partha, I listened to what the owners said about the re-branding and it didn’t make sense to me but hey who am I.
What stood out for me was that they do have an extensive product range so the re-branding might not be that severe.
I agree, you have to get a good feeling about the company and that comes right at the beginning.
What is it they say? First impressions and all that, eh?
Thanks for taking time out and commenting. It is very much appreciated.
I appreciate the honest opinions that you have provided regarding Truvy……Truvision Health, as well as MLM in general. While MLM does not necessarily mean pyramid scheme, it certainly is not a business model that is suited for everyone. I totally agree with you that affiliate marketing is a much better route to take for most people. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for stopping by Michael.
I just wish someone could have convinced me a few years back that affiliate marketing was the better route, but we always know best.
Thanks for commenting
Truvy seems tempting enough to engage in. I really appreciate your honesty in not recommending it due to it being an MLM. I am also not a fan of pyramid schemes. Though I Know there are some people with talent for this kind of thing. I know a few people who excel in this.
It’s not that I don’t recommend Truvy, because there is money to be made if you know how to market and come with experience, but I wouldn’t recommend any MLM for a newbie coming into the “Make Money Online” niche and trying to earn a living from.
The term pyramid scheme simply originates from how you get paid and as long as there is a genuine product and not a focus on recruiting then you are fine.
Affiliate marketing is by far the better route for passive income and besides you actually do have a business and are in control.
Thanks for your support
Thanks for all the detail information about Truvy!
It would take a great amount of time for me to figure out what it is.
Thanks for showing interest and commenting
Yes, rebranding a successful mlm company does sound odd, but I suppose they have their reasons. I also wasted a few years with an mlm company and just as you mentioned, I got very little support from my sponsor. The products are great though, and I still buy them to this day. I can honestly say affiliate marketing is a far better business model unless you’re experienced in sales.
Hey Kathy, it does appear that newbies coming into the “make money online” tend to head towards the MLM route, and I can only think because there are so many MLM’s and are a little naive, to say the least, believing all the BS that comes with them.
Experience tells me that you have to find a good sponsor but that is almost impossible until you join up under them. Too late then!
The products might be good but the sales tactics stink.
Affiliate marketing is the better option for long-term gains and besides, you are in control and at least you have a business that you can be proud of if you find some great training and that’s where Wealthy Affiliate came in for me.
By far the best training platform online without a doubt.
Thanks for commenting and your support.
Thanks for the information about truvy!
I find it a weird that they changed their branding after all that time, definitely has some strange taste with it. However, I think you can make money with their products if(!) you know how to market on the internet. But it´s defenitely a tough market!
hey, Thimo thanks for stopping by and commenting on this review. Its really appreciated and hope you learned something.
A really comprehensive and unbiased review of Truvy / Truvision Health. You’ve done the leg work with great explanations for those wanting to understand MLM and/or move forward or not with Truvy and any other MLM opportunity. It gives people the aspects to consider when making their decision about moving forward with MLM or perhaps in considering an alternative like affiliate marketing.
Glad you enjoyed the review, Martine.
MLMs are for marketers with experience in this type of business model.
Thanks for commenting
I do not like or enjoy MLM programs so this article told me exactly what I needed to know.
Re branding isn’t always a bad thing, but here it does ring some alarm bells.
Thank you for this review.
I keep coming across people time and time again who have had bad experiences with an MLM business and most of them are new to making money online.
With a total lack of training and support and left on your own to figure it all out. Not good!
Re-branding a business when they have been successful is not a good thing to do. In fact, very rarely do you come across businesses that go down that route.
Maybe ones that aren’t having success but even that is rarely seen.
Thanks for commenting
Thank you for explaining this in a way that makes sense and sharing valuable help!
Thanks for commenting Christy
I think the new rebranding for truvy was not a smart choice. I agreed with you that Truvision health told us what they are and in which direction they are in marketing. But with truvy, I have no idea what it is. I’m a newbie in affiliate marketing, so I feel that this strategy is a lot easier than MLM. Thanks for your effort on reviewing.
hey Gary, it’s not often you come across a business going through a rebranding process.
Especially has taken so long to become established in what is a very competitive niche.
Thanks for your comments