The company seems to focus a lot on sales of their product, so I would say this is not a bad MLM to join. However, I’ve seen many complaints about the quality of product and level of customer service. Also, I’m not quite sure what an appropriate target audience for this type of product would be.
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.
It’s somewhat surprising to realize that you can still, theoretically, make money by selling Tupperware. Nevertheless, the products aren’t as popular as they once were and there is much more competition in the modern market.
Young Loving offers expensive products that are far from unique in the marketplace. While the company does offer a range of products, the compensation plan and price of products would make it very difficult to convince people to actually buy the products.
Herbalife is often called a pyramid scheme, with good reason. Distributors purchase products from the person that recruited them, while earning commissions from sales and from the people that they recruit. For the majority of people, this system results in a substantial loss of money, and the only real way to earn money is to be unethical and misleading. Even then, actually earning money is far from guaranteed.
The concept behind Pure Romance makes some sense to me and I can see there being some demand for the products and the parties. However, even with that, this is not something that you could turn into a long-term successful business. At the end of the day, the company uses a similar structure to other MLMs, one that places strong emphasis on recruitment and team building. That simply isn’t an effective way to make money.
As programs go, Avon is a very well-known program, and there are many Avon reps out there who try to use Avon as a way to make money. There are many advantages of Avon, but as a money making tool alone, it is unlikely to be effective for most people. The problem with Avon is that you are responsible for getting your own customers through networking.
Many MLMs don’t hang around all that long, but Mary Kay is an exception to that general rule. Don’t let its long history fool you though, as the company is still similar to other MLMs in many ways. Certainly, it has a complex commission scheme that heavily relies on recruiting others and growing your downline.
Chalky & Company could work well for people who are already focused on crafts and want to make the process easier for others. There are some clear advantages to the company too. But, even so, it wouldn’t suit everyone as an income opportunity.
The product line of Damsel in Defense isn’t what you typically find at a MLM, but that’s where the uniqueness of the company ends. Essentially, the company is yet another MLM that is targeted at women and focuses on the idea of empowering. In this case, the products themselves are promoted as ways to empower women as is the opportunity. Realistically though, the chances of making money from this company are the same as most other MLMs, slim, at best.
Creative Memories can seem like a great choice if you’re already into scrapbooking. And, it actually has some key advantages over other similar companies if you’re wanting to earn some income.