How multi-level marketing schemes are hurting women financially

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Cashay Reporter Stephanie Asymkos joins The Final Round to break down how multi-level marketing businesses like Lularoe and Arbonne end up costing women money instead of providing income.

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MOTO/R/SPORT NEJ says:

MLMs can be destructive for anyone not just women. They’re mainly targeted at people that aren’t familiar with investment and long money strategies ie people in the home or for example college students/grads. The real issue is how do you regulate who can join without defeating the base principle of letting anyone become a “self employed” business front or do you just say this strategy doesn’t work and we should just ban formation of new ones.

M Unknown says:

MLM clothes are ALL extremely ugly, why did people decide to buy and sell them in the first place…

Casey Burns Investing says:

Targeting people working in the home is immoral.

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