Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Protect Yourself from Scams!

Times are hard all over the world. People are looking for hope. MLMs and networking marketing offers hope. However, will the particular MLM help or hurt your hope?

Whenever someone is about to enter a business or purchase a product, they SHOULD research it first. Caveat emptor is Latin for the saying, "Let the buyer beware." The doctrine of caveat emptor has been woven into American law by expecting that parties would perform due diligence, meaning reasonable research, as to whether a business is feasibly profitable. You are attempting to conduct research. That's why you've visited this blog. Make no mistake, there are plenty of scams out there. I don’t want you to be another victim.

All animals, including humans, make calculations as to whether a particular action will bring them pleasure or cause them pain. MLM Due Diligence examines various network marketing and work at home programs. The purpose of this blog is to make recommendations so that you can make an informed decision with your eyes wide open.

Some MLM programs aren't scams. They meet all the legal requirements set forth by federal and state agencies. Still, being legal doesn't negate the fact that 97% of the people in MLMs fail. You need to be aware of the pros and cons of the particular MLM so you can make the best decision that fits your circumstances.

Thank you for reading this blog. Feel free to add your comments. I'm sure my recommendations will make some MLMers upset. I am open to their presentation of evidence that would prove me wrong. Think of this blog as the "prosecution" starting with the premise that 97% of people in all MLMs fail. The MLM is the defendant that must prove why their program is different. You are the judge and jury. What's your verdict?

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