IDLife LLC is a health and wellness business that offers personalized nutritional supplements. It was founded in 2014 by entrepreneur Logan Stout. Logan Stout is the chief executive officer of the company and Mark Bennett is the chief operating officer and general counsel. Rounding out IDLife’s top executives is Joe O’Connor who is the chief financial officer.
In addition to offering strong leadership at IDLife, Stout has years of experience in the MLM industry as a sales associate. He also knows an extensive amount of information about health and wellness as he was once a professional baseball player and so needed to keep his body as fit as possible.
All of the IDLife products have been thoroughly tested in independent laboratories. Their products are also approved by the Federal Drug Administration. They offer many products that come as either a powder or as a shake. Most of the products focus on key areas of health such as appetite, energy, sleep, pre-workout, post-workout, and hydration. They offer a free assessment for new customers can take that will be analyzed so that the customer will get exactly what they need to be fit and healthy.
IDLife products are sold through independent contractors who make a commission on each sale. People that become members to use the IDLife products are not part of this commission plan. However, anyone that sells at least two product kits valued at $299.99 or more are made associates of the company and they will earn a commission on every future sale.
All members of IDLife receive a 10% discount on each product they buy. Each of the products features a 30 day, 100% money back guarantee so people can feel confident in making their purchases of products that are new to them. The product have also received the endorsement of Troy Aikman, the former quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys as well as other famous athletes.
Recently IDLife formed a partnership with the tech company Garmin. The goal of this partnership is to get people active which has many health benefits such as stress reduction and disease prevention.
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