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What I can tell you is that if you are involved and the focus is more on recruiting others into the program rather than the quality of the products/services themselves, then avoid it.
If the focus is on the products and you can create a viable business promoting those products, without having to suck others into a program/scheme, then it is fine and a legitimate opportunity.
I got into an MLM because I was desperate. I pushed so many people into joining, now they all hate me. I’m pretty sure most of my old friends from school don’t want to be around me anymore. Please, if you are financially desperate, find something else to do.
You get so wrapped up in what you are doing and you are getting pushed by your “upline” to recruit, recruit, recruit
Sorry to hear about this and this is the end result of many people that get involved within the MLM world. I see it all over my Facebook, people are shamelessly jumping from scheme to scheme promoting it to their so called friends. ..you forget about the relationships that you have built over the years.
If your method of making money is getting your friends wrapped up in your MLM, you need to find another means to build an income. That is not a viable one and it definitely is not going to make you any friends, rather lose them.
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