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How to separate legitimate mlm opportunities from mlm scams

How to separate legitimate mlm opportunities from mlm scams

Even though a majority of mlm's is scams there are genuine mlms as well. MLM started initially as a legitimate businesses opportunity and these concepts were later taken over by scammers and re sold as scams.

There are plenty of people who still make honest money out of mlms.

Here is how to draw a distinction between genuine mlm scheme and mlm scams:-

- Startup price: Legitimate mlms only charge a fraction of the costs mlm scams charge. You need to have a price comparison. If the payment is higher compared to the other then it is likely that the mlm opportunity with the higher price is a scam.

- Product price: Genuine mlms charge something a little closer to the actual cost of the product. In other words a genuine mlm will try to give the dealer a better price so that he can sell it at cost price and earn a reasonable profit. On the other hand scams encourage you to purchase a lot of stock.

- Investment: genuine mlms charge a small or no investment cost at all other than purchasing the products outright. You don't need to have a huge inventory to start selling.

- There should be an actual product to sell: With genuine mlms there is actually a product to sell but with the fake there is no such product and all they promote is the pyramid scheme.

- Look for a mlm that is not trying to add people to their portfolio but to increase sales: Genuine mlms will try to increase their products and the down line but mlm scams will try to increase only the number of people.

- Your rewards or commissions: Scams offer very high rewards and commission but genuine mlms offer a reasonable reward and commission scheme.

- Training: Genuine mlms offer regular training free of charge or at a minimum fee. Scams will promote training at high prices and may even look after your travel arrangements again for a high fee only to be told what you already know.

The response of mlm scams have made it impossible for the legitimate mlms to survive due to legalities and other restrictions.
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