Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Are you going to get more nutritional products?
A. Yes as Wealth Step By Step grows we will expand our product line.

Q. Where is Wealth Step By Step located?
A. Wealth Step By Step is located in West Valley, Utah.

Q. When did Wealth Step By Step start?
A. The business started on January 1, 2021.

Q. Is the business really only $20 a month?
A. The first and second month cost $20 a month each. Starting the third month, the business goes up to the regular price of $20 for Probiotic Cleasne, $5 shipping, $1.45 sales tax for a total of $26.45. However, you should have some team members enrolled by that time and your monthly cost will be offset by your commissions. We did all we could to help you start for the lowest price possible.

Q. I am concerned that Wealth Step By Step will disclose my name, email and address to parties that I do not wish to receive communication from?
A. Under no circumstances will Wealth Step By Step sell your contact information to a third party.

Q. What do I get for $20 a month?
A. For just $20 a month you get Probiotic Cleanse, a free personalized website, free lead capture page system and training material in your back office.

Q. How often does Wealth Step By Step pay commissions?
A. Wealth Step By Step pays commissions to its sales representatives by the 25th of the month for the previous month.

Q. Even though the first and second month are only $20 each, can I cancel at anytime?
A. Yes, you can cancel at anytime.

Q. Why should I get involved in network marketing and develop a residual income?
A. A US News article titled, The New Ideal Retirement Age: 67, states, "The age the typical worker expects to retire is no longer 65. For the first time this year, Americans expect to retire at an average age of 67, up from 66 in 2011, according to a recent Gallup poll of 1,016 adults. The average expected retirement age has been gradually increasing over the past seventeen years from age 60 in 1995 to 64 in 2005."
https://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/planning-to-retire/2012/05/08/the-new-ideal-retirement-age-67