I’ve recently looked into a multi level marketing (MLM) opportunity. Of course I realize that there are lots of scams out there that will just sap my money, but on the other hand I also believe that there are some of these kinds of businesses that are legitimate.
This particular one seems quite different from the others. I’d still have to sell products and gain downlines, but in this case there’s actually a way to measure the progress of someone who’s taking / using the products I’m selling. In any other MLM business, you sell the product and the customer would have no way of telling if the product is good or not for their health. This business actually has a scientifically backed machine that can measure amounts of antioxidants in a person’s body.
Of course, I’m still doing my research on this. I’m currently taking some of their multi-vitamins, and signed up to be one of their distributors (no joining fee … yay !!!); In the next few weeks, I’ll listen to some of their presentations on CD, do more research about the company, products and their scientific backings. If they turn out ok, I might just start doing this and see if it can run. Oh, I haven’t mentioned another big reason I’m going with this particular company: they’re opening up in Indonesia sometime next year, around the time we’re planning on moving back to Indonesia. So the reasoning goes like this: get in Indonesia at the top, get lots of downlines, and within 3 years, retire happy
If you want to know the company name, just send me an email at drochili [at] hotmail [dot] com. Didn’t want to post it here because it might seem to be a marketing trick of some sort.