For those who confuse Network Marketing with pyramid fraud. We learn by clarifying concepts. Read additional details here: Margaret Loesser Robinson. Today I want to talk about a fairly widespread problem due to rogue camouflage that many unscrupulous tricksters make their studied illegal strategies, wanting to give a clean appearance of MLM business to their deceptive plans, seriously damaging the image of the network marketing and achieving an atmosphere of confusion that many times does collateral damage: blame the innocent, as it is the case that concerns us. Even people without malice in a principle who took part in its past of some business of network marketing that failed for the reason that is, is discouraged and abandoned, they will venture to cross out this kind of Marketing as something that is not: A pyramid. In Network Marketing effort, it is necessary in every business or business activity. And even if sometimes there are obstacles, can not serve us an excuse to say something that is not. With tenacity and effort, perseverance and dedication, and passion for what It is made will prosper. Not doing anything, or trying a business as a hobby, it is difficult to move or cover objectives.
There is a small key, with common sense, to clearly distinguish a MLM business one con. Observe if it exists, in that occasion, a product or service of value, whether real or virtual, that it deserves the approximate amount that requests for access to your compensation Plan and your purchase. When there is no product or service, or this is not verifiable, can be a signal that is telling us that it is most likely something very far from the genuine MLM, that is not a strategy more than direct sales as it is the case of Network Marketing. I hope and wish that these lines serve as a help when it comes to distinguish both concepts. In any case, my advice is stay alert to opportunities that we can offer or we can find. All is not gold that glitters.