MLM Scam Buster Busted

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So what does MLM Scam Buster Busted mean?

Where do I start.  Well, telling you what prompted me to write this blog would be a good start.
What I’m going to do is put the main reason I’m writing this first and then I’ll give you the whole story.

The point of my post is this:  The “scam busters” do not talk about the many positive aspects of the Network Marketing or MLM industry.

If they prevent someone from spending thousands of dollars on an illegal pyramid/ponzi scheme good for them however, if they bash an industry where a person has a legitimate and legal opportunity to earn extra income and tap into a system that can help them grow as a person then shame on them.

Background on Scam Reporting Sites

I’ve been involved in the Network Marketing / MLM industry for 15 years and have a resume’ of good and bad experiences.   One of those experiences is coming across websites that are promoted on Google that are questioning the validity of a business.  For example, the most popular is to have the name of the company they want to promote and then they create an ad that says something like “Is XYZ Company a Scam?”  The goal being that the person doing their due diligence on XYZ company clicks on that link and checks out their XYZ business.  It’s not a real classy tactic but it does get the person to click on the ad.

The second type of Google listings that have always been around are the ones that say, “Is XYZ company a SCAM?” The intent of many of those websites is to give a bad report on XYZ company and why the person thinks it’s a scam and then promotes their “ABC company” as the better choice or has another agenda they are trying to promote or product to sell.

Then you have Google Ads that will say something like, “Is XYZ Company a Scam? Yes it Is”  Here again , the person who created the ad knows, the term “dirty little secrets” sells so the person doing their due diligence on XYZ company wants to know what is wrong with the company.   They really do want to make a good decision to join, or not to join, or are looking for a good excuse to not do anything at all.  Almost always these “Is it a scam, yes it is” sites have something for sell or are attempting to satisfy an agenda of some type. I know there are a few people with good intentions, even though they are still trying to generate income from their blog, that want to warn people about the danger of scams.  I have no problem with that.

 HOWEVER, I do take issue when they try to bash the Network Marketing / MLM industry as a whole.

I earned my Bachelors and my Master’s Degree and then started a brick and mortar business when I graduated and I also joined an MLM company. As I was building my brick and mortar during the day, at night I was following the MLM company’s personal development system of  listening to a self-development recording every day, and reading a positive mental attitude book every month.  This you can, many people don’t, do on your own HOWEVER, what most people can’t, or won’t, do on their own is associate with other like-minded people,  successful people, others who want to succeed and make their lives better.  This type of camaraderie is out of most people’s reach.

To reiterate the reason I wrote this:

The “scam busters” do not talk about the many positive aspects of the Network Marketing industry.  If they prevent someone from spending thousands of dollars on a pyramid/ponzi scheme good for them however, if they bash an industry that gives a person a legitimate opportunity to earn extra income and tap into a system that can help them grow as a person then shame on them.

Many of the people who get involved in this business make no money. Do the people at the “top” make money? Yes, some do however, even if you join day 1 in a quality company if you don’t do anything the person who joins 10 years later can still out earn you.  Something else that can be achieved  in NM/MLM without hiring employees is leverage.  As the saying goes, “I would rather have 1% of a hundred others efforts than 100% of my own.”

Even I never made a dime in Network Marketing it would have been worth it.  

Now, my headline could have read is Hempworx a Scam for the sole reason of getting someone looking at Hempworx to read my article?

Legally, no it is not a scam and has been verified as much by Kevin Thompson partner in the law firm Thompson Burton Pllc. He is the preeminent attorney in evaluating the legality of MLM/Network Marketing companies. Infinii will continue to be monitored, as will any company in any industry, to make sure they operate in an above board and ethical manner.

Do I want to you to join my business?  Sure I do!  I feel our team has the experience and the tools to help anyone succeed if THEY are willing to do the work necessary to do so.  Hempworx as a product that I am passionate about, CBD oil, and other hemp related products.

I believe in this business, this industry, the people involved in it, and the results one can attain no matter their background.

Yours in Prosperity!

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