MyEcon Review –

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MyEcon, Inc. is a privately held, debt free company based in Gwinnett County, GA, a suburb of Atlanta. The company was founded by a small group of entrepreneurs in 2005. The company operates in the multi-billion dollar Direct Sales industry. The founders’ vision is to empower people to attain Personal Financial Success.

The company name myEcon, is short for “my Economy”; because the founders envision each individual taking care of their Personal Economy just as governments and corporations take care of theirs. myEcon empowers its Associates to attain financial success by helping Associates earn income through a web-based business system and by teaching them financial strategies.

The company currently has over 50,000 independent marketing associates and is one of the fastest growing companies in America.

Based out of Atlanta, myEcon considers themselves to be the “personal financial success company”.

Spearheaded by CEO Larry Gates, myEcon was founded in 2005.

According to his myEcon corporate bio, Gates has

20 years of experience in communications, marketing and business operations.

Mr. Gates also has great people skills having spent several years in the financial services industry.

A little more digging and I was able to find a 2009 blog post by Michael J Smith that identifies Ivey Stokes and Alvin Curry as the original founders of myEcon.

As per his LinkedIn profile, Alvin Curry lists himself as the Owner and President of myEcon, with Ivey Stokes as Executive Vice-President.

Something I did notice was that neither Curry nor Stokes are listed or credited by name on the myEcon website.

myEcon, Inc. is a privately held, debt free company based in Gwinnett County, GA, a suburb of Atlanta. The company was founded by a small group of entrepreneurs in 2005.

One possibility for this is that before launching myEcon, Ivey Stokes and Alvin Curry were Chairman and CEO of Maxxis Group; an MLM company that was launched in 1998 and filed for bankruptcy in 2003.

In 2006, Curry and Stokes were listed as defendants in litigation brought by the appointed Chapter 7 trustee in Maxxis bankruptcy hearings.

Apparently, based on the court document, the trustee sued Stokes, Curry and others for breaching their fiduciary duty, for corporate waste and deepening the insolvency of Maxxis.

In other words, they didn’t act in the best interests of the company.

Larry Gates was on the Board of Directors of the Maxxis Group and also owned shares in the company.

In October of 2016, myEcon and a company called Novae merged together to offer more products to its members.

Now that you know a little bit about the company, keeping reading for a complete review of myEcon.

myEcon Reviews – The Products
myEcon’s Financial Success Membership includes a Cashflow Manager Software, Identity Theft Protection, Free & Discounted Legal Services, Tax Advice Service & Preparation, and Identity Theft Prevention.

Novae will add Novae Perks, Novae Library, and Novae Travel to this membership and at no additional cost to current myEcon and Novae IBOs

Most of Novae’s products are bundled with “Lifestyle Package” subscriptions, however you can find individual retail pricing on the myEcon website.

ID Defender – $7.99 a month
Road Assure roadside assistance – $7.99 a month
Cash Flow Manager – $10.95 a month
Credit Restoration – $99.95 to set up and then $99.95 every three months
Family Shield 360 – starts at $13.95 a month
Cashback Mall (third-party cashback affiliate network) – no cost
Travel Portal – no cost, redirects to Priceline travel portal
Daily Ultimate (“liquid multi-vitamin mineral supplement”) – $36.95 a bottle
Aloe Gano Black Coffee – $16.49 a box
Aloe Gano Green Tea – $16.99 a box
Aloe Gano Rooibos Tea – $16.99 a box
Body One MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane (sulfur) supplement) – $19.95 a bottle
MSM Lotion (organic sulfur skin lotion) – $24.95 for two 10 fl oz bottles (295 ml)
You can also find Novae’s Sprayology products in the myEcon product list.

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