Nu:Skin/Forever Living MLM

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Friend of mine is boasting about having earn't her equivalent salary in the space of a few months, and already has a trip to the Caribbean,
Is this true? Do people actually make cash doing this?   

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  • edited 1 March at 6:06PM
    BrowntoaBrowntoa Forumite, Board Guide
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    edited 1 March at 6:06PM
    No

    But they will tell everyone else they have to sucker them into signing up in their pyramid

    To be taken with a HUGE pinch of salt
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  • edited 1 March at 10:59PM
    mjm3346mjm3346 Forumite
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    edited 1 March at 10:59PM


    a quick search would have given you

    'They have you in a cultish grip': the women losing thousands to online beauty schemes
    It sounds too good to be true – earn money selling makeup on social media. And for many, it is. What really happens when you join a multi-level beauty business, asks Amelia Tait?

    https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2019/jun/01/online-beauty-schemes-selling-social-media-younique-arbonne

    from a US article 
    "86% of US Herbalife distributors earned NOTHING
    85% of Nu Skin distributors earned NOTHING
    88.6% of Forever Living reps earned NOTHING
    88% of Arbonne consultants earned NOTHING

    According for Forever Living’s own figures, of all the people signed up to the company:

    88.6% earned nothing.
    7.86% earned an average of $105 a month.
    3.42% earned an average of $1,493 a month.
    0.2% earned an average of $28,512 a month."

  • loopyblondeloopyblonde Forumite
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    Don't do it! Read this blog https://ellebeaublog.com/poonique/
    I lost £300 and got brainwashed by the bs.
  • SavetowinSavetowin Forumite
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    Always be weary with MLM!
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