Anyone worked selling Partylite products?

Hi, I was wondering if anyone has worked as a partylite consultant recently and could tell me what it is like?
Thank you


  • BrowntoaBrowntoa Forumite, Ambassador
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    It's MLM.

    You need to sign up people under you to actually earn any money.

    Any reviews , in the main , are written by people who are already distributors and want to put a positive spin on the scheme if you look for reviews.

    Candles are as cheap as chips everywhere these days 
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  • Edi81Edi81 Forumite
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    Never heard of them but check out illuminaughti on YouTube for great videos on MLMs and their practices. 
  • SilvertabbySilvertabby Forumite
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    I was talked into going  to a party some time ago.  The hostess supplies nibbles and wine, in return for a 'free' hostess gift, then guests are guilt tripped into buying the overpriced products.  And the seller tries to  pursuade the guests into agreeing  to host their own parties.
  • SottsSotts Forumite
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    Its MLM but doesn't make it bad.  Those at the top make a lot of money by having lots of consultants and they get paid commission on their sales.

    Those not at the top earn purely by selling.  You'll soon run out of friends and family and will need to work hard to find new customers.    It can be done but don't be fooled by anyone who says its easy.   Its a lot of hard work 
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