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If you've been approached about how you can make money just by referring people to their "shop club" please click on the photo below. This is their 2018 Income Disclosure Statement from their own website.

As you can see, you literally only have a 0.8% chance of averaging $23,000 a year.Not even a 1% chance. Yikes! With that average, you would also have to average 575 ACTIVE customers. So whether that's people who are buying products or people who you also recruit into your "opportunity" aka downline. Yes, it's an MLM, lol... And to average $564 a YEAR, you would need to average having 20 active customers. So let's break that down.

Say with products,shipping, tax that you have to buy every month, you're looking at $70 a month, which equals $840 a year... Now let's add any trainings, marketing, conferences etc, and you could easily be over $1,000 in the negative in just one year.

Now 11% average $2,000 a year. To get that you would also have to average 75 active customers. So for an 11% chance would you really want to bust your *** getting 75 people to sign up or under you just to make maybe $500 a year after the expenses of buying your own products, trainings,marketing ,conferences etc?

Also,before ever joining ANY MLM, please go Google "MLM FTC Study" Our own government published the findings on MLM's and has shown that 99% of people who join them actually lose money, so keep that in mind when someone is telling you that they're making tons of money. The truth is, 99% of people are not making anything. They tell you this to sucker you into the scheme as well.

Reason of review: You can't make any money working for them.

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#1900642

I just had to post a response to your "income" calculations of which you have absolutely no idea how compensation is paid. Without even knowing, you are coming up with some convulated math I Since you've mentioned about a person having 75 active customers, let's just touch on this.

I won't get into the point about you claiming a person would have to "bust their ***" to accomplish that, which is also so untrue. Anyways, if a person had 75 people shopping for just an average order, the yearly income would amout to way more than $10,000. The average of $2,000 is not for 75 active customers. You then talk about, "expenses".

How can you consider items you would be spending money on without being involved with Melaleuca as an "expense?!?!" You are simply switching stores. If you spend $150 at Walmart and buy those same type of products at Melaleuca, you would likely spend about $100, which is and extra $50 in your pocket. To claim shopping at Melaleuca is an expense is so wrong. You also try to deduct the cost of training, marketing, etc...

Well, it seems you don't know that those are free with Melaleuca. You must be confusing how things work with MLM type companies, NOT Melaleuca. So, before you start complaining about something, at least get your facts straight. Since you mentioned a person making just $500 for a year, did you know you'd have to have less than 8 active customer to make so little?

When compared to MLM companies, if you put the same effort and had the same success with Melaleuca, the income would be way, way, way more. I've done the MLM thing and lost thousands.

I would NEVER want anything to do with that business model. Melaleuca is a dream come true for a person looking at starting a business, especially when it cost absolutely nothing to start.

#1851593

Excellent comment! I was sucked in the past by Amway.

The sneaky way they lure you need to be unmasked, and your comment was the best I found. Facts. Numbers.

Logic. Again, thank you a lot for it.

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