Multilevel Marketing (MLM) Cults – the truth and lies about the Pursuit of Financial Freedom via Pyramid Schemes

Multi-level marketing (MLM) companies have been around for a long time, and are often confused with pyramid schemes. MLMs are companies that offer products or services, and use a network of independent salespeople to market and sell their products. These salespeople are incentivized to recruit more people to join the company and sell the products, and they receive a commission for their sales.

Most of these MLM companies offer a business opportunity that promises financial freedom and the ability to make money from home. They market this opportunity by presenting it as a “black box” that can change your life. They also offer a million dollar opportunity and encourage people to join with the promise of achieving their wildest dreams.

However, it is important to remember that these promises are too good to be true. MLMs often have high start-up costs and require an ongoing commitment of time and money. It is important to do research and understand the risks before joining an MLM. Additionally, many MLMs use deceptive tactics to recruit new members, such as false promises of wealth and success.

In this video, James Jani researches into the truth and lies aroud MLM companies. Watch and learn.

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