Sometimes we hear something that may sound too good to be true. We often hear about people maybe even family or freinds that feel they have been cheated somehow.
I have found that when we take the advice from someone who feels like they have been cheated, we may not get the best advice.
Many people on this board have a complaint about ACN. Some people may have paid a start up fee and perhaps even paid for a few services. Allow me to ask a simple question please.
If any of you owned a gas station lets say an Exxon Station, would you still buy gas from Shell Oil. I think not.
There is no difference in buying services from ACN if you're an rep with ACN. Also, as I look over the past 20 years or so I begin to think. Had I invested in a small start up company called Microsoft where would I be today?
To hear some random guy talk about how every home would have a personal computer ( like the one before me & you today ) that was just crazy talk.
What if you had the chance to make a small commisson on every Microsoft product sold. Or a commission on every PC sold around the world.
Would you be here writing about ACN. I think not. You would be on an island having drinks with fruit hanging off the side of your glass.
My point is no matter which direct selling company you sign up with ACN, 5 Linqs, Avon, Mary Kay, Pampered Chef or Amway you will only get out if it what YOU put in it.
Any one can pay $500.00 and become a rep. So what your a rep. No one cares. But, what happens when you work that business like it's a 500 million dollar operation not a $500.00 mlm?
That's what happen with Bill Gates. He worked his company as if he was a fortune 500 company when he was selling stocks written on a brown paper bag.
Now, you talk about a scam. Here is some unknown guy, who has dropped out of college, and wants to sell you stock in a company that only exist in his mind! Don't forget the stock cert. was hand written on a brown paper bag.
You see vision is a gift, it is not granted to everyone. However opinions are given out freely.
Eveyone has one. And yes they all stink.
The next time someone tells you something is a scam. Ask them what exactly did they fail to do?
You need not ask what they did, they will tell you that first. No one wants to admit failure. Therefore you have to ask.
I hope my words have at least given one person the chance work at his MLM and really know that the only you can fail is to quit.