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11-10-2015 02:11 PM
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Mlm

@HanMark

It has been 2 years since your last post. Just wondering how you are doing. I don't think it's fair to assume ALL mlme-rs fail/ or are at the lower economical/ educational scale.
PS I am not in MLM.
02-03-2014 12:51 PM
Unregistered please browse the below link and discover your self the best ever mlm

https://wenyard.com/frontpage/infinity05
23-09-2013 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by field_99 View Post
My first encounter was 10 years ago just into my first job in a foreign bank. My NS buddy dabbled in this MLM company called Unicity.

Their office was in Ngee Ann City and my buddy pestered me to come down to some forum, he said I would get the opportunity to network with some of Singapore's high society members.

It was a joke. These guys were just going up stage one after another trying to impress the audience by doing lame things like showing photos of what cars they have (mainly BMW/Merc/low end Porsche), waving business class boarding passes claiming they travel around the world all the time and some idiot went up keep talking about his Rolex watch.

Even at that time as a newbie in the bank, I've seen enough successful and rich bankers/clients to know these morons were a bunch of frauds trying to smoke ignorant people with cheap tricks.
Typical. I attended a talk by Lampberger(?) MLM selling scented oil before and got the same nonsense from these agents.

MLM mainly target people at the lower end of the economical ladder, so they set out to impress based on what these people believe the rich are like. Most of their agents have never seen or interacted with the rich and have strange thinking that the rich always revolve their lives around BMWs, golf, villas and drinking coffee in Paris/Tokyo. Childish IMO.
21-09-2013 06:01 PM
HanMark I believe the sequence of presentation during a seminar or product presentation will tell you what they have placed importance or take precedence in their prospecting.

If they start by showing you all of their achievements, and talks little about their product, you can be sure where this is going to lead. And if anyone of them says it will be easy to sell, from their mouths but you still have doubts about the product's value and ability to sell, do not continue to join. You can be sure you ain't able to market something you ain't confident with or will use yourself in future. And thus, you will fail.

MLM that put emphasis and focus on product selling, it is as sustainable as any other wholesalers or retailers. MLM that focuses on recruitment, will have difficulty sustaining in the long run.
21-09-2013 05:29 PM
HanMark Oh, they are the health industry. Health isn't something I would dabble in and will not find myself using the products cause' I have my own health supplements. Firstly, the products should not appeal to me, though I haven't seen it. I do not know about the entrance requirements but if it is like what "unregistered" above has stated in what he see in inlife, whereby recruitment fees are the main bulk source of the uplines income, then yes, it is a Ponzi Scam in disguise and it is definitely illegal.
21-09-2013 05:08 PM
HanMark
Quote:
Originally Posted by field_99 View Post
My first encounter was 10 years ago just into my first job in a foreign bank. My NS buddy dabbled in this MLM company called Unicity.

Their office was in Ngee Ann City and my buddy pestered me to come down to some forum, he said I would get the opportunity to network with some of Singapore's high society members.

It was a joke. These guys were just going up stage one after another trying to impress the audience by doing lame things like showing photos of what cars they have (mainly BMW/Merc/low end Porsche), waving business class boarding passes claiming they travel around the world all the time and some idiot went up keep talking about his Rolex watch.

Even at that time as a newbie in the bank, I've seen enough successful and rich bankers/clients to know these morons were a bunch of frauds trying to smoke ignorant people with cheap tricks.
What do they sell?
21-09-2013 04:54 PM
field_99 My first encounter was 10 years ago just into my first job in a foreign bank. My NS buddy dabbled in this MLM company called Unicity.

Their office was in Ngee Ann City and my buddy pestered me to come down to some forum, he said I would get the opportunity to network with some of Singapore's high society members.

It was a joke. These guys were just going up stage one after another trying to impress the audience by doing lame things like showing photos of what cars they have (mainly BMW/Merc/low end Porsche), waving business class boarding passes claiming they travel around the world all the time and some idiot went up keep talking about his Rolex watch.

Even at that time as a newbie in the bank, I've seen enough successful and rich bankers/clients to know these morons were a bunch of frauds trying to smoke ignorant people with cheap tricks.
21-09-2013 04:02 PM
HanMark Did you join inlife in the end? Just asking
21-09-2013 03:37 PM
HanMark Check out Nu Skin Enterprises.
Like I said, there will be black sheeps.
But again, killing the industry off based on black sheep companies within the industry means your research hasn't been thorough.

Yes, I wrote all of the posts. Is there anything you want to clarify about MLM? Any inconsistencies you want to clarify?
21-09-2013 03:29 PM
Unregistered
Mlm

lets keep this mlm thread going to spread awareness and to warn others of being scammed.

I'll share first.

First MLM encountered: Inlife, located at eunos in a warehouse next to auto dealers. Sells health products imported from china.

Pay structure: You have to pay 1.3K to your superiors to join. Recruit or scam your friends to earn back your cash and get promotions. No refunds of your 1.3K. They mainly scam nsf who do not know about MLMs yet but have the cash to join.

My reaction: A bit skeptical during the sales pitch. They told me to not do research on MLMs at home and join them right away. I knew it was a pump n dump when they said that. Did research at home and found out why they didnt want me to search the web for MLMs, and why they wanted me to sign a binding document/contract on the spot.

And one more thing, if you see posts supporting HanMark like the ones above, it is 100% written by him to support himself. I know the sales tactics of MLMs after my research.
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