What is wrong with AVON and What is wrong with selling it? Henestly!
I don't think there is anything necessarily wrong with Avon. I WILL say, however, that it is largely a pyramid operation. Most of the cost of the products is not to do with quality, or cost to produce, but rather the cost to keep the downline paid. When you buy an Avon product, you are paying for the product and a ton of people who are involved in selling it.
There is nothing wrong..
It's just that in an increasingly competitive rivalry, have made innovative products and good quality.
There's nothing wrong with Avon or selling their products. It's basically just an affiliate program.
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