4 Corners Alliance Group claims that you can make $500,000 by spending just $18. Does that sound sketchy? Let’s find out if it’s legit.
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.
The style of Wakaya Perfection is certainly enough to catch people’s attention. But, while their marketing is amazing, there are some limitations in your chances to earn money.
The compensation plan for National Wealth Center is easy to understand and simple to implement which is a plus. However, there is little insight to the quality of the products without purchasing them. Some products are $1000 or more and you are required to purchase them in order to sell. The owner/creator, Peter Wolfing has a long history of building and ditching MLMs, so I would avoid being affiliated with him.
Network marketing has traditionally focused on females, with most distributors being female and many product lines directly targeting women. However, men can make money in this field too. This list highlights some of the companies that could be a good fit for your needs.
IDLife is one of many companies that gives you the chance to make money selling health products. In this post, I look at how the company compares and whether it is worth signing up with.
LIFE Leadership does have its share of advocates but the company itself also has some serious limitations. While you could earn money from it the question is, should you?
ACN uses a MLM and network marketing model to promote its services, including television, wireless and internet services. While the services themselves may be okay and even competitive in the market in some cases, the potential to make money through the MLM is low. There are simply too many complexities and conditions to make it a realistic approach.
Seacret’s style of using minerals from the Dead Sea in their products is certainly an unusual angle for making money. This post examines whether the style is realistic and what you can expect from Seacret.
Solar panels are an odd product choice for a MLM and it doesn’t seem like a particularly good one. The company offers little information about the quality of solar panels that are installed and it’s unlikely that people would want to buy a solar panel system after just listening to a distributor. The compensation side of things is fairly typical, but the product choice alone means that most distributors probably wouldn’t get very far at all.
If you’re going to sell products to friends and family members, chocolate seems like a good way to go. And, The Cocoa Exchange does certainly have key advantages. Still, as always, there are some complexities to be aware of.