You are selling insurance programs that nobody has ever heard of, yet you do so because there is opportunity getting others to do as you are. You are told, “get out there and make some cold calls”, “call your friends and family”, “talk about it every day”, “use social media to mention something about it every day”, “check up on your downline”, “boast about how great the product is”.
This is called hustling and unfortunately it puts your reputation on the line. Unfortunately there is a systemic problem with MLM and that derives in the business model itself.
Multi-Level Marketing, also known as MLM, is a scam. Before I get started, I know this post is likely to ruffle a few feathers.
Hopefully if you are involved in MLM though, you can please let your guard down so I can give you some perspective outside of the “bubble”.
AND more often than not, it has nothing to do with the actual product. Most MLM’s have products that are vastly overpriced to support the compensation structure of the very program.
You are selling people into a scheme so they can do the same to others. Without overcharging for their products and without having fees or relying on recurring product orders (by the people within the program), an MLM would die out very quickly.
There are many companies that have been taken out by the FTC for scamming that have also received awards of this nature. The most common and sometimes the only way people make money in MLM programs is from recruiting others into the scheme."It doesn't matter which walk of life you are coming from.It makes very little difference what your past experience has been."A good Australian Lead for those that are cost conscious.Not the best lead for calling, these leads are best for contacting by SMS Texting, Phone Diallers, Voicemail Drops and Email Marketing.