When I signed up as a distributor with Vollara in May, there was very little negative information to be found. After digging a while, I found out about its previous existence EcoQuest, and found mixed responses to this name. Some is the kind of stuff you expect to hear about any home based business where people arent making any money (because they arent doing anything to DO the business) and the final straw was looking on the Better Business Bureau only to find an A+ rated company. By then I figured that the company was a safe option to make some extra cash on my days off.
The problems started when I was pressured into buying a largely overpriced " Fast Start Kit" because "You don't need to carry inventory, but you'll never make a profit that way."
After tying my bottom dollar to this company, I have since seen many of their products jump in price 30 to 40% to what most reasonable people would never be willing to pay.
My first major issue was that I was told that if none of my fast start kit sold I could return it without any problems, but when I tried to, I was told I would be hit with a 10% restock fee AND open all the items to record their serial numbers then pay to ship via fedex. I didn't go through with that, because a previous company scammed me by accepting returns opened and serial logged only to say " We cannot approve a return because these items were open and cannot be resold as new"
My next issue came into play when I tried to sell my items off at cost elsewhere, when a buyer who used to be affiliated with Ecoquest had informed me that nearly every item I had was 4-7 TIMES the price it was before Vollara took over.
It really is a shame how things had to go. The items are impossible to sell, and I've had to resort to eating my costs (literally, via the health products) rather than throwing it away.
STAY AWAY FROM THESE GUYS, ITS A BAIT AND HOOK ON THE LOWER AND MIDDLE CLASS AND ANYONE GETTING INTO THIS CAN ONLY MAKE MONEY BY NAILING YOUR PEERS TO A CREDIT-LOGGED CROSS