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.
Usborne Books & More does have a number of advantages over most MLMs, especially as the company seems to have a fairly decent selection of products, which seem to be fairly popular. At the same time, the company also offers more options than normal for selling products. Nevertheless, this is still an MLM and suffers from the considerable limitations of that model.
Motives Cosmetics does a lot of things right. The products aren’t extremely expensive and they seem like they would be appealing to people into makeup. There is also very little hype on the site, which certainly weighs in their favor. It is still a MLM company, so making money relies strongly on the actions of your team and the company doesn’t offer much information about that side of things. Still, it’s relatively good as MLMs go.
Even though the company is an MLM, SimplyFun is better than most. This includes the presence of decent products and a pared down compensation plan. While SimplyFun won’t suit everyone, these aspects do make it interesting.
Scentsy is an interesting MLM. Consultants sell a variety of scent-related products, including candles and wax melts. Scentsy uses a more appealing compensation plan than most, with fewer requirements and significant potential for growth. Even so, the company runs into some of the age-old problems that seem to trouble most network marketing companies.