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.
The marketing for Team National makes the company sound amazing. Even so, there are some clear red flags as well. If nothing else, it’s worth understanding the company before you consider paying any money.