Have you ever heard of World Ventures?
I think it’d be stellar if you did a review on them, I’d love to see your in-depth opinion on https://hookupdate.net/tr/joingy-inceleme/ World Ventures/Dreamtrips
I have never heard of this particular program, but the presentation and the fact that the recruitment process relies heavily on friends and family and selling people into an “opportunity” is consistent with most MLM’s these days.
If a company is selling you (or in most cases, the participant of the MLM) on the fact that you can earn lots of money by building a downline and recruiting others, and as a “secondary” there are actual products to promote, then I would avoid it.
The problem is, most MLM’s rely on rebilling their own customers and participants for a great deal of their overall income so the fees just to be part of an MLM like this can be quite substantial through time. Not to mention, if you plan on selling the product to someone else you tend to have to “overcharge” as the products are inflated to support the commission structure and paying people down many different levels in the scheme.
Their products are based on health and nutrition and personal care products. Most of the products are innovative and rare to find like health cup for personal hydrogenated drinking water. Negative ions sanitary pads. Myself mostly promotes products not reqruiting . I even makes more money selling products. But sometimes i feel guilty and feel threatening to our business when the products of similar products comes in different companies and 3 or 4 times lesser in price. Yes you are right MLM company has to support the scheme and hence have to overpriced. Business is not sustainable or wont last long. Whats your advice ?
I have been involve in of the MLM program called Tiens
If you believe in the product, it is backed by actual fact and it isn’t priced out of the market to support a high commission structure and the multiple-levels, then I think you have yourself a good program to promote.
Also, if the hustle is built on promoting the products to others versus trying to recruit others into the given scheme, then I think it is definitely a viable opportunity. In saying this, you should still consider building yourself as a brand and an authority in the space (drinking water) and you can do this through platforms like Wealthy Affiliate where you can build yourself a healthy business online in ANY niche. Just something to consider.
Hello!! My friend recently accepted a “job opportunity” with Ariix and he called me claiming the opportunity for me; but he didn’t tell me the name of the company immediately or what the job was, he had a representative tell me how I wouldn’t do much for good pay which after recent research, I found it’s a red flag. I was wondering if you knew whether or not Ariix is a, I guess reliable MLM because I’ve avoided recruiters at my local malls countless times and I’m 20 years old and in college, I already have a part-time job and I DON’T want to get into anything I’d consider as suspicious. Also, my friend is a very close friend and he’s always skeptical and I just don’t want it to be that he fell for a trap without knowing it. Thank you!
Just because it is your friend that is recruiting you into it, doesn’t mean it carries any level of legitimacy. That is the conventional model that MLM programs use to get reach and to recruit new people in the program. They train their distributors to recruit people through their social channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) as well as their friends an family members as they have the greatest level of trust with these people.