Want to Know How to Avoid the Losers and Pick the MLM Winners in Multi Level Marketing?
How To Pick The "MLM Winners" In Multi-Level Marketing
Your best defense against getting involved in illegal schemes
and the "LOSERS" calling themselves Multi-Level Marketing
Programs, is knowing what to look for, thereby, knowing what to
After over three years experience and research with Multi Level Marketing, we havecome up with some "guidelines" which we use to avoid the "Rip-Offs", Schemes, and "Losers".
These important "guidelines" enhance the chances of picking the "BIG WINNERS' in MLM.
You too, may now use this as a "check list before making any final decision:
1. Avoid the many "Get Rich Quick" offers like "Earn £/$100,000
Over The Week-End", or something like that. Legitimate
Multi-Level businesses and consultants are at the heart of a
vast communications network and have never... repeat NEVER heard
of anybody earning vast amounts of money with such offers.
2. Marketing products through the MLM concept is one thing, a
"chain letter" is another. Even if the chain-letter has a
product such as a Report, it is still considered a chain-letter
and may get you the wrong kind of attention.
Some even say "this one is LEGAL... DON'T BUY IT! A "chain-letter"
is a Chain-letter PERIOD. If you must send the name or names on the letter,
a sum of money and add your name, expecting others to send you
money, you will be involved in a "Chain-Letter".
3. Avoid Pyramid Schemes. These schemes are a problem to MLM
because many people do not know the difference between a pyramid
plan and a merchandise based marketing plan. You can spot a
pyramid plan by:
A. They offer rewards for the act of recruiting.
B. Large inventory purchases are required to get in their
C. They lack interest in retailing to the consumer and they make
deceptive claims designed to defraud people of money. Legitimate
MLM companies require new distributors to purchase only one or a
few items of what they want and the product is probably one they
would buy even if the business opportunity was not offered or
4. Avoid plans with more than seven levels. Firms using more
than 7 levels do so to make the profits look fantastic at the
last few levels. These are usually the ones that pay low
commissions and offer products that are over priced.
5.. Avoid programs offering to print and mail brochures for you.
Because there 1s NO WAY for you to know how many will actually
be mailed. Also, if any are mailed, is usually by "Bulk Rate"
which is the most ineffective way to send them out .
6. Avoid programs with complicated commission formulas. This
seems to always result in an excuse for NOT paying any
commissions to many or, in some cases, all of their distributors.
7. Avoid plans promoting products not useful to most people, or
that cost more than the retail price paid in stores. Also beware
of any plan that lets people become distributors without buying
a product. This is not fair because most distributors, when
given this option, will not buy the product. This results in
lost sales all the way down the line.
Now that you know what to avoid, you are better equipped and
ready to select a "genuine" M-L-M opportunity of your liking.
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