1) how long have you been in this “working” MLM? 2) How much money have you invested and spent – and please be sure to include ALL the costs? 3) How much money have you made? Let’s start there.
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but in general, my guess would be the following. I bet that lots of potential MLM recruits are going to google(Its the instant info age), finding this forum and reading up on all the information posted here. This causes lots of problems MLM recruiters in the form of questions/rejections. Whats a better way to deal […]
I’ve had some experience in unsuccessful MLMs. My latest one was a thing called Kanosis, which was supposed to have been an online community as well as remote hard drive service that was to revolutionize the world. That fell apart about a month after they launch. Of course they managed to get my money BEFORE […]
Before they became MLM, or MLM-like (?), they just did infomercials and employees took the calls. I was interested in being employed by them at that time. They even had a positive story in a local tow newspaper in this area. However, what they promoted on their infomercials wads crap. It’s a false treatment for […]
about most DS/NWM/MLM Biz Opps — don’t waste your time or money on them. However, I have a friend who joined ITVVentures. On the surface, their tag line of not needing to “pester” friends and family is true — their “system” does not rely on cold calls but people watching their infomercials and making the […]
> My latest one was a thing called Kanosis, It isn’t hard to predict how much cash is needed to run a virtual business. It isn’t hard to budget for those expenses. Yet Kanosis appeared to be unable to either predict how much cash it needed, and budget for that amount of cash. The most […]
that utilizes Home Parties or other special events for generating sales. Fine. I “can” make a profit at this biz IF I put a lot of time and effort into digging up hostesses, and the work to prepare for the event (unfortunately, not a product I can just take in a box, hold it up […]
When I read about your symptoms and frustration with medicine, it reminded me of what my neighbor, Marilyn, was going through. She was suffering enormously from fibromyalgia and nothing seemed to help including a variety of medical doctors prescribing medication. She met with someone who did guided imagery and it worked. The condition disappeared and […]
(other than running to the store) I bought an organizer box full of all occasion cards. It cost about $25, but I got it free with my recent Staples order. Yay! My other resource is the Hallmark software that I purchased. It may cost a little more, but I don’t have to deal with MLM […]
but if you are wondering about it and don’t know anything about it, how can you say it is legitimate? Also, as we tell anyone else, have you tried google, or any other search engine.
I let pro-MLMers in here from time to time IF: 1) They respect the members and the rules of the forum, 2) They are not here to promote their company, 3) They have legitimate questions, and 4) They seem willing to learn something. My view is that as long as no one is harmed by […]
Seemed like a good idea, but it was incredibly hard to use. I know the lady who signed me up has not had much luck signing up lots of other users. Basically, it’s an MLM where you will just be out money, with no income.
> I joined YTB 6 months ago. $1,000 poorer and no reps, We’re not surprised. > I’m planning to > drop out. Your smart choice. > However, in a last ditch effort to find a legit MLM, Not going to happen. > I > found out about one (by accident) and am giving consideration to […]
My first business was a brokerage company where were essentially manufucturers representatives in our market area – usually the State of Minnesota. After buying that company from the owner, my main supplier decided that even though we had increased their business from 1000 units to over 400,000 units in our market in approximately 15 years, […]
$1,000 poorer and no reps, I’m planning to drop out. However, in a last ditch effort to find a legit MLM, I found out about one (by accident) and am giving consideration to it. Is anyone in or has anyone heard of an MLM called sendoutcards com?
The FIRST question you should be asking yourself when evaluating a “business opportunity” is what product or service you will be selling and to whom. A classic pyramid scheme only transfers money between participants – mostly from the lowest tiers to the higher ones. So if your “business opportunity” has no product or service that […]
similar experience to many people here — they got me to sign a high-interest loan after convincing me how easy it would be to pay it all off. I was stupid and did it, and very quickly after realized that you had to get others involved to really move the money. I felt so crappy […]
But I would by a shirt that’s not too terrible. LOL. Heck, I am sitting here at a job that is not too terrible. I am bored out of my skull, but it pays the bills. And I am looking for the bad and can’t find it. It seems to avoid many of the problems […]
is that all it takes for you to jump in? Did you buy your home because it was not too terrible? Would you marry a man because he was not too terrible? You might want to set your standards higher.
No, this company is actually called “Home & Garden Party”. I am familiar with Home Interiors. I hosted a successful party, so I tried selling it. I HATED it. I had to order more than the quantity that I wanted. It was delivered to my house and I had to sort it. Hostess gifts were […]
I didn’t seek it out… and no one approached me to try to recruit me. I simply stumbled upon some information about Home & Garden Party that piqued my interest. I am having a hard time finding the bad in this one. The MLM style is a given. And I do understand what that means, […]