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Anyone making any money in Network Marketing or MLMs?

Just curious if any of our members are doing this full-time or on the side and are making any money at it. With all the job fluctuations in the market, I figure a few of you are doing something for extra money.

If so, what Network Marketing company (or MLM) and products are you selling and what do you think of the company?

I know a couple of people that are doing well in this area, just curious any of you guys are also.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-30-2009, 09:37 AM
 
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Had a friend do something called Market America. He said after 6 months he feels it's a mulit level BS scam kind of like Amway.
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I'm still thinking about starting my own from the ground up.
Tony, I'd actually love to do that, but need to get more experience in the successes and failures of other programs. I have actually learned a ton about the industry over the past couple of years. I have a few thoughts related to NetMarketing and how to make the programs more successful, and a better experience for those that join.

I am building a website for a net marketing company right now, and understanding what people like and don't like will help me do a better job for the client.

Trying to learn what is working, if anything, out there related to NetMktg. I have a few friends doing very well at it, but I think it only really works well in a team approach.

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I'm still thinking about starting my own from the ground up.
You are thinking of starting your own pyramid scam organization??


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Quixstar anyone?
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I have a few friends that made some money with Ambit but got out when energy costs came back around...
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Nah, I don't know anyone making money with QuickStar. Have some friends that made some money with Relive a while back, but not QuickStar.

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I saw an infomercial for a company called SMC..
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SMC? Got a link?
Yup!
http://www.infomercialscams.com/scams/smc

The amazing thing is.. I remember my Mom having SMC catalogs laying around the house when I was little.. Like kindergarten little...
Seemed like a scam then.. Still a scam now.. Yet they are still here - 30 years later..
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