Ambit Energy is an electric and natural gas service provider to residential in deregulated energy market areas in the U.S. They boast having over a million customers in these 14 states. The company was founded in 2006 by telecommunication energy industry veteran Jere Thompson and Chris Chambless of Texas. Their business model is lowering energy bills for their customers and providing a way for their direct sales consultants to earn extra money and incentives through a multi-level marketing (MLM) plan. But are they a legit company and/or business opportunity?
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.
I’ve very unimpressed by the products that Nikken has to offer. Some of them are downright suspicious and there is a lot of mixed reviews about the products online. This makes it a concerning MLM to get involved in. The company also isn’t very clear about its compensation plan, but the information that was available suggests that the plan is just as complex as most other MLMs.
MLMs tend to focus on areas like health and beauty, jewelry, skincare or clothing. So, what about a personal development MLM? Could this be worth the effort or is the idea just a waste of time?
While there are many health and wellness companies out there, there are surprisingly few fitness-focused companies. The ones in this list are all examples, but many only have a handful of fitness products.
Technology is a field that never stays still for long. With all of the advancements out there, promoting technology seems like a powerful way to make money. Network marketing companies, like the ones on this list, are one way to take advantage of the field.