Anyone know of any legitimate multi level marketing companies to invest in?
Yes Vemma is my MLM of Choice! It has products that work for me, and they sell themselves. http://sinbadthesailorman.vemma.com I have been on the product for about Nine months and I love it. I have been doing the business for about six months now. But I had a move and some loss of inter-net for a while. so I am rolling along slower then I would have liked to. Plus I am sponsoring my own two teenage children at the present time. And They are eating away at my profits as I carry them along. I have about 59 People in my down line despite my sluggishness at promoting face to face with home events. Best of Luck to ya and Happy Hunting.
Yes, It works global. Their body wraps work in 45 min and the customer sees instant results. This product really works! I lost 10 inches around my stomach in two wraps! Check it out: http://www.cluense.com/. We have an awesome support system and training and team in place! If you would like more info just call 678-848-5808.
Thirty-One Gifts! It's kind of fun, but very hard to get parties nowadays. I hear Vera Bradley, myDoterra, and Celadon Road Organics are all very good and legitimate companies.
I would have to agree with @cluense. I wrote a HUB about all the details on the wraps. They have truly changed my life. I love getting together with my girls and throwing wrap parties!
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You do not invest in a company, you invest in yourself. MLM is a 3-5 year plan, and if you are looking for a great company to work with, you need to look for a couple of key points.
1) Does the company have a history-60,000 MLM companies have gone out of business over the last 40 years? The one I chose has been in business for 35 years and is ranked as the 6th fastest growing MLM company in the world.
2) Are the real people making real money and is it verifiable.
3) Are there real products involved that real people will want and use, and that have a potential for being re-ordered on a regular basis (ie consumable)?
4) It's no coincidence that 23 out of the top 30 MLM companies in the world are in the health, nutrition, and beauty industry.
5) Is the company debt-free, or it owned by investors?
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