Short answer – No, there are no good Multi-Level Marketing companies in the United States! It’s the numbers– they don’t work!
Your parents may mention Avon, and while it is true that they are a MLM company, their focus has never been to “Get Distributors” but to provide an income opportunity to individuals with a decent and accepted line of products. They actually want sales people, not distributors. The same goes for Tupperware and Mary Kay. All three have been around for more than 40 years.
The Top 5 American Direct Sales companies all use a multi-level compensation structure. Some have been court ordered to change their business structure (Herbalife is a recent example) . It should be noted that with a few exceptions, sellers make less than a $1000 per year and a lot of them lose money. For more detailed statistics please Click Here .
I have noticed that the MLM model is being tried in the Cannabis sector. While you can always smoke your inventory, you should keep in mind that your chances of making a realistic return on your investment are 0.0975% (based on an analysis of India’s largest MLN – Naswiz by Akhilesh Sirohi on Quora).
If you are thinking of joining a MLM company today, the numbers simply do not work. There just is not enough people that you can convince to join your down-line. Based on the business model, they will even have less of a chance than you do and the result might be a mess in your personal relationships.
Consider this: you are expected to get 10 people in your down-line and they in turn are expected to get 10 people each, who are also expected to get 10 people each. You are now at 1,000 people. By the time you get to 6 levels, you are talking 1 Million people.
If you are thinking about becoming part of an MLM , I strongly suggest that you and your family read “What’s Wrong With Multi-Level Marketing?” by Dean Van Druff , who covers this subject in much better detail than I did.
This is the only Multi-Level worth taking a closer look at: