I don’t think you get it

Some people may be willing to talk about sales figures and debate whether or not any given MLM is doing well or not.
I really don’t care

This forum was NEVER about that. This forum is about the emotional toll MLM’s take on the loved ones that have to live with someone being brainwashed by an MLM.

Stop doing this. Stop trying to prove IN THIS SPACE that whatever MLM you’re talking about is the one that’s making money. Just stop. There are plenty of places online you can take your message. That you choose to do it here makes you very suspect to me.

Would you go to an Alcoholic’s Anonymous meeting with liquor and blow and try to convince the people there that hey, drinking and snorting coke is fine if you can handle it?

Would you go to a support forum for abused wives and tell them “Hey, maybe if you had listened to your husband you wouldn’t have gotten smacked around so much?”

Because that’s what you’re doing. You’re not telling people how to make money or that “maybe it’s not that bad after all.” You’re telling people that addiction and abuse are acceptable.

Stop it. Just stop. Because I, for one, will not stop posting until you do.

I will fight the message that any MLM is ok until someone meets the tax return challenge. I will post here every day, every hour if that’s what it takes.

But I will not let the false message that Amway is growing go unchallenged in this space because this forum means too much to me.

So what? Amway managed to hook in a few more people than they usually do and call that growth. Are those people making money or is Amway making money off those people?

So no, I will not admit any such thing about Polly and “market saturation” or “increasing revenue” or sales anywhere on the planet. You sound like yet another presentation and believe me, I’ve heard them all.

You are reading way too much into what I have written

This is the same thing that happened when I tried to participate in this forum a few years ago. Even if you are 99% against MLMs you get attacked for the 1%.

I am not in MLM either. I gave it up about 6 years ago when I realized I had made a stupid decision by getting involved in a business I did no research on, marketing a product I knew very little about. Now I am semi-retired and living off residuals from the three franchises I own.

If this forum is all about making up fake crap just to make everybody feel better, then I agree I am in the wrong place. All I am saying is that there are a lot of things wrong with MLM, but being “doomed to fail” because of market saturation simply isn’t one of them.

That’s all.

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