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‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown faces criticism for charging $600 to join her Facebook group ‘Worthy Up’

‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown’s new Facebook group offers three plans: Insight, Inspiration and Impact

FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA: “Sister Wives” star Meri Brown finally launched her long-awaited business venture, “Worthy Up,” which she has been teasing for months. However, she charges fans $600 a year to join the TLC show star’s ‘Worthy Up’ Facebook group.

The reality star described her new venture as “a community focused on transformation and self-discovery” and “a safe space for individuals to grow, connect and inspire each other.” However, the TLC show star offered her fans three different subscription options.

According to the website, the TLC star fans have to pay $150 to get a digital membership for the year 2024 to access the ‘Worthy Up’ FB group. They will also receive a printable PDF WOW workbook and be the first to know about upcoming events and WU merchandise. Meri has charged $300 for the Inspiration membership and offers similar offers to the digital membership with two additional services.

Fans will receive one interactive virtual live discussion/Q&A per month and a WU merchandise package, including a signed mug, hat, journal, sticky notes and pen. Meanwhile, the subscribers will have to pay $600 for the Impact membership, which includes an additional 20% discount on Worthy Up events held in 2024 and 2025, membership renewal. Impact members will also receive a special surprise bonus gift from Meri.

However, Meri’s new business venture was portrayed as a ‘scam’ and social media users called her out in the comments section of her announcement on Instagram. One irate critic commented: ‘Very expensive. You’re missing out on people by charging $600 a year?’

Another person added: “Disappointed again because I can’t afford $600 😢.” Another Instagram user wrote: “Okay, but don’t position yourself as a counselor. That’s very dangerous. Unqualified ‘life coaches’ have caused a lot of damage.” Another follower said: “Not everyone makes a living from a reality show so many of us don’t have disposable income to pay for God knows what..”

Another social media user wrote: “You’re a pathetic idiot trying to be a life coach for others? WTH? Is this how to be a pathetic ass doormat 101?” Another follower commented, “This is a super scam, folks. Sure, it’s a powerful community, but you shouldn’t have to pay hundreds of dollars to hear positive affirmations every day. FB groups are free.”

Meri Brown Reflects on Her New Business ‘Worthy Up’

‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown reflected on her latest passion project, ‘Worthy Up’. The reality star revealed that her new venture had been in the works for a while and she was excited to finally “see it come to fruition.” The TLC show star also revealed that she had spent the better part of the last decade figuring herself out.

Meri wrote, “I’ve spent the better part of the last decade taking a hard look at myself and figuring out who I am, what I want, and where I’m going. I knew I had to have Worthy Up!” However, she went on to note that the community she has created is “a place where I will share my personal growth experiences, and support you in yours too!”

Meri Brown Reflects on Her New Business 'Worthy Up' (Instagram/@therealmeribrown)
Meri Brown Reflects on Her New Business ‘Worthy Up’ (Instagram/@therealmeribrown)

What is ‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown’s net worth?

‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown has a net worth of a whopping $400,000, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Meri amassed a whopping huge bank balance with her reality TV appearance on the TLC show that debuted in 2010. The TLC show documented the dynamics and drama of the polygamous Brown family and her relationship with Kody, to whom she was married from 1990 to 2014.

However, Meri is also a business owner and runs a bed-and-breakfast called Lizzie’s Heritage Inn in Parowan, Utah. The TLC show also documented Meri buying back the property her great-great-grandparents built and converting it into an inn. Plus, Meri makes some extra money by making videos for fans on Cameo. Meri now has a new business venture that would only increase her net worth.

Meri Brown was Kody's first wife.  (Instagram/therealmeribrown).
‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown has a whopping net worth of $400,000 (Instagram/@therealmeribrown).

Meri Brown shares her hopes for a new partner

‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown recently revealed that she is dating someone following her split from Kody Brown. However, the reality star made it clear that things are not serious with her new casual boyfriend and that she is still looking for a new man.

In a recent video, Meri shared her hopes for a new man, noting, “I’m looking for a king. There’s a little energetic difference there.” The TLC star explained, “A prince is still a boy. I want a man who knows who he is.” Meri also said she was looking for a king with confidence and an emotional match for this stage of her life.

She said in the video: “I want someone who knows who he is and is confident in who he is.” She explained, “Because I know who I am and I’m confident in who I am, and I need someone who can match my energy. When we cross paths, we’ll know.’

Meri Brown was caught in a catfish scandal (Instagram/therealmeribrown)
‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown is looking for a king (Instagram/@therealmeribrown)