Welcome To my Aegea Review

For me Aegea is one of MLM those programs that seems to fail the “5 Second Test. When I heard that it is an MLM that incorprates holograms, I was skeptical to say the least.

However since starting this blog, I have learned not to judge a book by it’s cover. Sometimes it is good to take a deeper look. Every day I come across new programs in prelaunch and I do try to check out as many as I can get to.

With so many prelaunches, it’s very difficult to find legitimate ways to make money online.

Rest assured, because I have done the research for you with this blog post!

I have not joined, nor am I affiliated with Aegea in any way.

Aegea Review – Summary

Program Name: Aegea

Key Figures:  John Prosser & Jeff Cohen.

Product Type: Pseudo Science/New Age MLM.

Price: $99 to $999 for affilaites. Products are $20, $60 and $70. The Quantum “healing” card is $399.

Summary: Aegea is the type of program that pops up for a few years, only to disappear without a trace. There will be no longevity. I am willing to bet that this program will fold within 3 years.

It’s not a scam, it’s just lacking credibility. Moreover, keep in mind that 98% of people will fail at this type of opportunity.

Rating: D+

Verdict: Stay Away.

Quick Navigation

What Is Aegea?

Aegea is a little difficult to categorize. I was going to call it health and wellness, however that caetegory is more reserved for suplements and weightloss shakes. Aegea is more of a New Age MLM. I have settled for the term psedo science. It’s “pretty out” there folks.  The program touts “Bio Energy Holograms”, which most people will find a bit far fetched. Maybe it’s just me that did.

Without further ado, lets take a look at what’s on offer.

  • Nitro QuBits – Bio-Energy hologram for Nitric Oxide boost”, retails at $60 for a pack of six hologram discs
  • Energetics Relief – QuBIT delivery system , retails at $70 for a pack of six hologram discs
  • EMF Shield – supposedly stops harmful electromagnetic radiation  wifi signals, retails at $60 for a pack of two hologram discs
  • Freshness Card  – “uniquely combines quantum physics, Tesla technology and proprietary energy programming that increases the life of produce, meats, breads and other edibles”, retails at $70 for one card

What I Like About Aegea

The Market is “Out There”.

They know their niche and thats a good thing.

The market size for “energy healing” is estimated to be a billion dollar industry.

So, from a purely commercial standpoint it makes perfect sense. Thats about the only way it makes sense, though!

What I dislike about Aegea

 

Untrue Product Claims.

Lets take out look at some of the claims Aegea is making:

  • To slow the rate that food spoils through magical energy. As far as I know the only device that can actually do this is a refrigerator.
  •  It protects you from “harmful” wifi radiation. Wifi radiation is not harmful. It’s possible that wifi radiation is harmful, but there is currently no evidence. Furthermore, if science has not established it to be harmful, how can a device protect us from harm? If we cannot prove that the harm exists, we cannot claim that something will protects us from it!
  • To make hard water soft. We already know how to do this through distillation and filtration. Aegean claim to do it with “magic” energy cards.

The Ethical Dilemma

The people promoting this will fall into two categories, “True Believers” and “Shills”. True believers don’t look for evidence, they just operate off “feelings” and “energy”. They will believe that this stuff works, so they don’t experience any ethical dilemma promoting it. Shills on the other hand don’t care if Aegea is “snake oil”. They have an audience that they can sell to and that’s what they will do. They have no ethical dilemma, because they have no ethics.

The rest of us need to believe that a product works and really helps people in some way.

The Real Deal With Aegea

Aegea is the type of program that pops up for a few years, only to disappear without a trace. There will be no longevity. I am willing to bet that this program will fold within 3 years.

It’s not a scam, it’s just lacking credibility.

Verdict

No thanks! Rating D+

How I Make A Living

I have developed a strategy using a legitimate affiliate program that allows me to hangout at home with the kids all day.

2 Comments

  1. Painlessfix

    You are just too stupid for words. Sorry

    Unless you try the product you should keep your opinions to yourself.

    Looks like I am the only one to make a comment.

    Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Share This