I see people in my town with their decals all over their cars.
One lady said she is making money of of it and "has never sold a thing or recruited a single person".... yeah.... I've never heard that before from a work at home business or scam.
So, is it true about them or is it the same old-same old?
According to the current MLM ratings, it doesn't even show up in the top lists. Here is what they say:
"This rank displays where MonaVie ranks in our public interest database against all other MLM companies and home based businesses in our current profile. MonaVie's position in our index ranks them at 18 out of 676 home businesses actively tracked in our database."
That doesn't sound too good too me.
You can find out more here: MLM Rankings
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Answer by voni681 at 9:53 PM on Dec. 5, 2010
I have never heard of it. So I would have to say that probably means people aren't making money on it. Plus, if you see a lot of saleswoman around town, it's probably a saturated market.
Also, not every business is a pyramind scheme. The ones people start themselves from scratch aren't pyramind schemes. You're thinking of direct sales businesses which are actually direct sales franchises no matter what the women doing it want to call it.
Answer by HotMama330 at 2:31 PM on Dec. 6, 2010