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Hopefully if you are involved in MLM though, you can please let your guard down so I can give you some perspective outside of the “bubble”.
Often times when you are involved in a group and everyone thinks the same and acts the same, you don’t get any unique perspective.
It is all part of the journey to success and sometimes we need to find out what doesn’t work before we can find out what works.
In this post, I am going to make some valid points that I think you are going be able to appreciate on both sides of the fence. as well as those that are bitter towards the idea of MLM because of past experiences.
Yes, you can pay for ratings within the BBB (even if you are a totally illegitimate company).
Same goes for the Stevie awards which are a completely unethical system for “awarding status” to many unethical companies.
This more than validates that you were part of the program not for the quality of the product, rather the potential opportunity if you got other people involved in the product. Affiliate marketing is the act of promoting products to customers.
They rely on selling people on the scheme fees so they can do so to others…the endless chain continues until people wake up to what is really going on. One of the most common tactics is for an MLM to work to gain authority for their product by getting “credentials” to put beside their name.
There are many “awards” that you can pay money for out there.
Sure, you are paying a Premium…but the only reason you are is because you have to fund the scheme itself and this is done through inflated prices. You don’t own anything other than “product” that you usually are required to buy from the company (for way more than it is actually worth).
By the way, Monavie has since gone out of business and was deemed a scam. One of the biggest fallacies with an MLM program is that you are actually building a business.
Unlike Affiliate Marketing, where you are creating a website, a brand and a following (which is a business), in MLM you are undergoing a constant “hustle” cycle that requires you to always suck in that next person to your downline, shamelessly promoting the products and services to your family and friends, or even worse, have to buy the product yourself in order to remain part of the MLM…which can get very expensive. A pyramid will always stand high and the top block will always be supported if there is always MORE blocks underneath the upper level.