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MLM Tips - Two words that will tell you how to spot a network marketing scam!

Dec 9th 2010 at 9:05 AM

Here's the latest MLM letter from my mentor Michael Dlouhy. He's the author of the e-book "Success in 10 Steps." If you haven't done so yet, you should get a copy of it while you're here.

Here's what Michael's MLM letter had to say today:

Word #1: probably the biggest scam ever run on people in MLM network marketing is the powerline.

The worst thing you can ever do building your business is to create fear of loss. It's the worst way to build your business. Oh, yes, it definitely works - to get people in. But you have a totally false business, because you've got a bunch of people, and none of them ever does anything.

Word #2: Many companies that do a powerline - or even a binary or a matrix - focus their promotion talk on spillover. Now, I have met people who have gotten spillover, definitely. BUT - none of the people that were spilled over on them ever did anything! Why?

Because the promise of "spillover" creates a welfare mentality. What happens when you tell people, "Oh, get in NOW, and you are going to get spillover!"

They're afraid of losing something for nothing. So they do get in now - and then they sit and wait for all that spillover to make them rich.

Isn't That A Wonderful Business Plan?

It's like joining a binary because you can get a position that already has $1 million volume in the strong leg. The reality is, you don't make a dime, unless you build the weak leg, But people get so worked up about losing that "$1 million position", they join - and never do anything, and never earn any income.

So never forget those words, powerline & spillover. Anytime you see them, their purpose is to promote the welfare mentality. Something for nothing, something for nothing, something for nothing.

The fact is, you are in network marketing. Network marketing is a business that takes work. It's net-work marketing, ok? it's not net-free marketing. It's not net-spillover marketing. It's not net-zero marketing, it takes work. Anything you do that promotes the "something for nothing" mindset will not work. End of story.

But you will draw in a bunch of couch potatoes who are convinced that you are going to build it for them. Matter of fact, you can even give them your bank account number, and you'll just pass the money directly to their account. They don't have to leave the couch. They can stay on the couch, drink their beer and watch a football game. No problem.

Use Those Two Words As A Tip

Whatever company or whatever distributor is saying them to you, that is not the company or the person you want to depend on long-term. They will not be successful. Keep on looking. There are lots of good companies & MLMers out there. Keep looking, and you'll find the right mentor.

To Your Success,

Michael Dlouhy

All the knowledge, free skills and training in MLM that I've acquired. I give credit to his e-book "Success in 10 Steps" and the training I received. The information I've gotten is priceless, and I didn't have to pay for it. Most people are paying for this information and they shouldn't have to. I highly recommend that you subscribe to his MLM letter at the link below and just take this information that is being shared with you freely.

Also while you're there, I do hope you decided to get his FREE e-book too. It will change your life and it will put you on the path to success, so that you can have financial freedom and have residual income and retire and enjoy life.

CLICK HERE TO ==> Subscribe to Michael's MLM letter

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Mar 9th 2011 at 3:47 PM by checkthemout1st
Great article Terri ! Before reading it my guess was the 2 words would be "compensation plan". Very effective title!
   
Dec 22nd 2010 at 10:03 PM by CiaraM
I have seen those words many many times and I've never knew what they really meant, but now I know. I always thought that spillover was a funny looking word Lol and now I understand it a bit more. In this world people always want something for nothing or want you to do things for them, and its not fair for the hardworking sponsors.
   
Dec 9th 2010 at 12:43 PM by AbdeelMarketing
Way to go Terri. People who expect something for nothing will never get very far in this industry, or any other for that matter.
   

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