Jamberry The End?

In a recent video by Jamberry representatives, issues with shipping and delays in payment of commissions were discussed. They also claimed, Jamberry has quit communicating with their reps and they are wondering who is managing the company.

Here is how Jamberry describes themselves:

Jamberry was conceived in 2010 when three sisters, Lyndsey, Christy and Keri, were together for a girls’ day out. Realizing that a slow and expensive visit to the nail salon could be something much more, they came up with the idea for a line of do-it-yourself nail wraps. Founded on the notion that styling your nails could do more than just look great, Jamberry entered the beauty sphere in early 2011 with a social selling business model. The founders believed that together, they could not only enrich their own lives but the lives of women everywhere.

Jambery is a MLM company that has been focused on nail products, but they have been expanding into other areas.

Here is the video by the Jamberry representatives:

Here are two interesting comment made on this video:

I feel so sorry for all the Jamberry consultants left out in the rain with all this. The only thing I see coming is Jamberry going bankrupt. Jamberry screwed over the customers by taking away the party rewards. Jamberry screwed people over with coloucure that made peoples fingers blister, and now Jamberry’s screwed over people cause their hairs falling out cause of the haircare line. Not to mention they are not paying the bills. They should have just stuck with nails. That’s it. Now they wanna sell powdered drinks, good one Jamberry you are snorting too much of the kool-aid. I hope all customers get their orders, consultants get paid. The lack of leadership from high above and the serious lack of communication on head office’s part shows that they are only out to make a buck for themselves. They are leaving everyone old in the cold. No wonder consultants are leaving in droves and moving to other nail products companies. No wonder all your customers are buying elsewhere. Get your shit together Jamberry. Thanks for making and posting this video, good to see people down the Jamberry food chain actually care. It’s a shame that the top doesn’t see it that way. – Source YouTube

Hipocrisy : The motivational speakers, the uplines.. They had the courage to talk to you while the wind was blowing their way.
The wind shifted and the “Inspirational” speakers don’t even have the courage to speak to their followers…. Cowards… Thieves!

The M.Network and Jamberry have recently been in talks to combine their efforts, but it look like this has fallen through.

M. Network is a network marketing company located in Utah. M Network has a wide range of energy drink powders in a single serve sachet style. These are called M STIKs.

It looks like people from other MLMs are swooping in to recruit the Jamberry representatives.  Here is what one representative had to say about this on Twitter:

Anyone who is trolling the #jamberry tag to recruit for their own company should be ashamed of themselves. Also a great way to guarantee to turn people away from your company. I feel horrible for my fellow jamsisters.

Jamberry has informed employees in a late-night email Wednesday that it was their “last official day” of work. – Source CBS MoneyWatch

Jamberry The End Conclusion

It does not look good for the future of Jamberry. Problems with shipping and delays in payment of commissions are normally the early warning signs that a MLM company is on the way out. We will see what the future brings for Jamberry’s over 50,000 representatives.

Update – official word has come from Jamberry:

Dear Consultants,

We’re so grateful to each of you for your patience during this transitional time for Jamberry. Following are some updates:

Jamberry, LLC, recently announced that we are in foreclosure, and we regret to inform you that any product, gift cards, swag, marketing or event purchases made prior to 11:59 p.m. MT on June 28, 2018, are ineligible for refund from Jamberry.

Due to the entity’s present status, Jamberry is unable to fulfill the contract with the Gaylord Resort for International Conference 2018 in Nashville, TN. To cancel your room reservation at the Gaylord Resort, you can reach them at 615-889-1000.

Additionally, as Jamberry is unable to fulfill other contracts, the 2019 Incentive Trips to Costa Rica and Thailand are cancelled.

To secure a future for you and your businesses moving forward, M.Network has agreed to purchase certain Jamberry assets, and they’ll be communicating with you soon.

Your Consultant Dashboard will have all of the most current information, including frequently asked questions (FAQs), updates, etc.

Thank you for all you’ve meant to Jamberry. We wish you success.

Jamberry, LLC

– Source Jamberry Email

Update – M.Network has acquired the Jamberry brand:

Update on Jamberry

Dear Members,

We are very excited to announce that M.Network has acquired the Jamberry brand! Thank you for your patience over the past several weeks as we have worked out all of the details.

Jamberry is an iconic brand with an incredible story and family of consultants. They are a passionate, successful and energetic group who are ready to join M and hit the ground running. You may have met some of them over the past few weeks, and we thank you for welcoming them as you have. We are so excited for the synergy we’ll enjoy in this new era.

Acquisition of these assets bring great benefits for the entire M family, including increased earning potential through the Global Bonus Pool, significant enhancements in support and training materials, exciting product launches, and bigger and better events and incentive trips. And we’re just getting started!

We have a lot of work ahead of us as we integrate this brand into the M family. We appreciate your patience as we plan events, prepare product launches, address recognition and incentives, etc.

We feel very blessed to have this phenomenal opportunity to add to our company, and we’re even more grateful to be doing it with you!


Ryan Anderson

NOTE: M will waive the initial Membership Fee for Jamberry Consultants who come over within their existing business structure and keep their teams intact. Obviously, we want to protect everyone’s businesses to feel safe, so we request that you not recruit any Consultants directly; rather, let them choose whether and how they want to join M.

– Source Facebook