Key Reasons for Bypassing Mary Kay

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Have you heard of Mary Kay? If not, that is very rare. Most people have been approached by someone in multilevel marketing at some point in their lives. Heard of Mary Kay? Multi Level Marketing is what Mary Kay stands for. It is a particular business model that many people confuse with illegal pyramids schemes. What happens is each time you sell something, you get a commission, but so also does the person that hired you. Each person that hires someone into the company makes a commission each time that recruit makes a sale. This is how it works. It's easy to get taken in by the promise of prosperity. In regard to Mary Kay, here are some not so pretty truths that you should be aware of.

Easily the most obvious lie spread by Mary Kay companies everywhere is that they are the newest, easiest way to create financial freedom. However, the Mary Kay business model has been around for many, many years. Mary Kay programs were online already back in the mid-90s, but was relegated to annoying friends and family before that. These days, the vast majority of people are already wary of Mary Kay opportunities, so they stay away from them. This is why people who are new to the market have such a hard time finding new recruits and selling the products that are available.

They want you to view Mary Kay as something else other than the pyramid scam that it really is, all because of the physical products that are being sold. But, Mary Kay is too much like one of these scams not to be one. Just because you are promoting products and not mailing your money to another person, this does not remove the possibility for a scam. The courts had to decide on many of these instances because people could not tell the difference between the real thing and a scam. Now it is important that at least seventy percent of all goods sold be sold to non-distributors. Anything other than this is considered to be a scam.

Mary Kay recruiters will tell you that multi level marketing is ideal for starting your own business and becoming successful. This is far from the truth.

For one thing, it is ridiculously difficult to earn any sort of real money through multi level marketing. If you do make money, it will be paid to the people working above you in the pyramid. Also, you have to dish out money for Mary Kay fees. There are usually membership fees, fines for not meeting a quota, etc. Unfortunately, you might not make any money if you pay all of this out of pocket.

On the outside, Mary Kay looks good. This is the reason that it attracts people who are new to the internet. Do not let them scam you. These cold truths are just the beginning of why Mary Kay isn't worth your time. If you looked in the right places, you could find more reasons on your own.

Mary Kay ideas - Source 1: Mary Kay Marketing Ideas Ideas for selling Mary Kay - Source 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8xaD_UGHQo

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