Why MLM is Evil

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MLM is Evil

 On a serious note, true MLMs are not evil but there are some pyramid schemes posing as MLM programs.  Here are a few tips that will help you steer away from illegal pyramid schemes;

MLM Schemes


 Have a question or comment? Do you have a funny MLM story?  Leave it in the comment section below.

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RC Bonay

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10 Responses to Why MLM is Evil

  1. Neil says:

    Hello, Roland

    Thanks for the brilliant tips on MLMs and the ones to stay clear of. I’ve been involved with legitimate ones in the past such as GDI which was awesome!

    But then further on down the road I fell for the Empower Network scam which really made my blood boil because I lost a fair amount of money.

    People really must be careful these days and especially newbies. Your post will certainly help a lot of people.

    Neil

    • Roland Bonay says:

      Thanks Neil,

      Yes people must be careful. Sites like yours and mine can be a valuable resource for people who are thinking about joining an MLM opportunity.

      Roland

  2. Mark says:

    I have met a few people who have genuinely made a huge amount of money from MLM. I have met many more, who like me have put in a lot of effort for little return. The people who make a big success with MLM are a very rare breed. They claim that anyone can do it. The reality is that they have a very special skill set that few possess.

    • Roland Bonay says:

      I may be over simplifying things, but I think that the average person can succeed in MLM if they follow 3 steps;

      1. Find a good company with great products.

      2. Use the products regularly and share them with your friends and family and everyone you know and come in contact with.

      3. Do this over and over again for at least 10 years. If you haven’t succeeded by then, or at least broken even, then maybe it’s time to try something else.

      Not many people would be willing to do this for even just 1 year for 3 reasons;

      1. Cost — the cost of products for personal use, free samples, marketing materials, training, attending events, etc. will cause you to spend a lot more than you’ll earn.

      2. Rejection — your friends and family and almost everyone you know and come in contact with will say NO to your opporunity.

      3. Lack of spousal support — unless you and your significant other go at it as a team, don’t expect your partner to support your efforts for vey long (unless of course if you’re earning more than you’re spending).

  3. Bill says:

    I have tried to many MLM’s and found I was not a good liar. I did a meeting with a group of my friend and was told by my Leader that I could not say certain things to the group. The things she told me not to share were the truth, every one said she was making $100,000 a month, so I quit. I guess I am just not a good liar. back on track your site is looking good keep working it.

    Bill

  4. Gordi says:

    Been there done that. I’ve read somewhere, that even if EVERY single person on the planet signed up, eventually you’d run out of people to sign up, meaning no one will be left to sign up, to help you build your line.
    Very similar to pyramid, except that MLM actually has a product to promote.

  5. Evelyn says:

    I love your title! I’ve been involved in the MLM industry and I too find it evil. My favorite line my sponsor told me was…. for every 100 no’s someone will say yes.

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