Melaleuca is a very secretive organization. Product prices not listed on the website, a full compensation plan is not linked, and they deny being an MLM company. Their customer representatives attitudes give the company a bad name. There are many alternative green product creators out there which have much more transparent policies, and are not associated with the negativity of MLM cult mentality.
I pretty much don't like MLM and don't recommend it. That being said, I know boatloads of people get involved and nothing I can say will convince them otherwise.
The main thing is to make sure you are in control of you business, because most MLMers just "sell stuff" on Facebook and as soon as their friends and family stop buying stuff, their business dies.
Video in email is as simple as uploading your video to YouTube and pasting a link into Gmail. This is free, so I don’t see any reason to buy a product that focuses on Video Emails except for small businesses. Talk Fusion has way to much emphasis on their compensation plan and recruiting. Although they are a member of the DSA, it’s clear that this is an MLM recruiting company, AKA pyramid scheme.
With no complaints or scam reports, a wide range of appropialtely priced products, cheap entry fee, and a focus on selling products instead of recruiting, this is one of the few MLM companies I can give a positive rating.
Though the product behind Tempo Wireless seems to be legit, I think there are many problems that you’ll run into with this business opportunity. The short list is: competition from big networks, existing contracts, and finding a network of customers.
I can see why people find Agnes & Dora interesting. From a product perspective, the company may be worth pursuing. However, the way you make money creates some serious issues that could limit your chance of success.