Why MLM Sucks?

Team Builds Are Dumb

Seamus Slater

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Make Money Online market is full of offers, and 99.9% are dead-end alleys designed to make you spend as much as you can and end up with the half-baked idea that needs much more components than you have realised. They will be mostly paid subscription services and other smartly designed programs and platforms, bankrupting you before seeing the profit.

There will be hardly any constructive and see-through answer for the question “how to make money?”. Instead, what you most likely will find is a promise of success at the cost of everything you have times two, leaving you depressed and defeated. I know. It happened to me not once but multiple times. Mainly due to my compulsive buying and shiny object syndrome. While I can not speak for you, I can tell you what I have learned and share my experience.

You got to lose it first.

Some say, to make money, you have to spend money first. Or lose it, as I say. After losing $36000 in a Bitcoin scam and more in elaborate schemes, I started digging into the so defended MLM marketing. Now, I love to take a thing, break it down to every single component to see if I could improve it in any way and use it myself.

Team Build

I joined my first team build. So what’s a team build? It’s a team of people believing in the power of MLM, working together to promote their affiliate program to build a life-long sustainable income.

Those people are being force-fed the numbers out of the air, not too good to be accurate but good enough to intrigue you. Thus, financially and physically triggering you to commit to the team, actually promoting “team link”. I had good ways to attract the traffic quickly and in large numbers, so naturally was hoping for good results. But, unfortunately, my team leader was a bartender also, and the only time he was available was late on Sunday. You don’t need to be a doctor to see why his team didn’t do well at all. In the meantime, it turned out that to break even with the system, you need 12 affiliates signed under you. After three months of sending thousands of quality new visitors to our team link, I had two referrals signed under myself. One that was actually not active, and the second magically was taken away from me and placed under one…

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Seamus Slater

Writer, Internet Marketer, Human Rights advocate using in your face attitude, fighting injustice implied by big tech and big pharma. https://slatercloud.online