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Anyone have any experience actually working with them? I went and did the interview. It seems okay, no door to door or phone lists is cool. I'm trying to decide if it would be better than my current job (political surveys over the phone).
i would advise against it. it starts off by calling all your friends' parents and neighbors and they feel guilted into buying overpriced cutlery they don't really need. they will one day accidentally cut themselves with whatever you sell them and tell you about it.
if you have a bunch of rich family friends who have money to burn, you might be successful. personally it wasn't for me. not sure if it's better than your current job or not.
i think i gave it about 2.5 weeks and quit to bag groceries for slightly above minimum wage. let me know if you have any other questions- as a disclaimer it was 10 years ago when i tried it, they may have changed but i have my doubts
I didn't have time. There were a lot of good trolls that I just couldn't follow through on. Being on the road traveling all summer with no internet most of the time made me miss out on a lot of internet goodness.
At least those fucks stopped calling my phone. I really should seek them out and set up a meeting though. Ask if it matters if I have a felony animal rape charge on my record.
When that happens to me I just ask them what they're wearing
Tell them what I'm wearing
Tell them where I'm placing my hand
Tell them what articles of clothing I'm removing
Tell them how much I want them
Could go on but generally ends by step 2 or 3. Worst case you blow the biggest load of your life. Especially if you get one of those raspy crack addict chain smoking grandma type voices on the other end.
if you don't understand what multi-level marketing is do a little research, basically a glorified scam. I know a few people that made bank doing it, but most of them did not. They also all called me trying to get me to buy knives, fuck that shit.
Multi level marketing is not a pyramid scheme. It takes a dickload of dedication, my brother and sister were mildly successful at similar things, (sister did cutco) but I wasn't interested in convincing people to buy things they didn't actually need. Imo thats what it comes down to.