A Network Marketing Scam or A People Scam – Caution Controversial

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How many times have you been told, what you’re doing is not on the up and up? Maybe it was from a friend, family member or even someone that you looked up to. Kind of doesn’t matter where it comes from right? It all stings a little.  Whether the person says you’re doing something illegal, your in a network marketing scam or they straight up get offended that you shared. 

There is a legitimate claim of frustration. I’m talking about the frustration of the person you’re sharing with. It may come as a shock that I would side with the “Other Person”. Look at it from someone else’s point of view. All they know is what they know and that’s what society says we need to know.

Are network marketers to blame for opinion of this view? In the Video Below, I talk about this. I’m sure I’ll step on someone’s toes here but, if we go into it with an open mind the point is clear. 

You and I, as marketers can continue to raise the standard of this profession if we lead with authenticity and integrity and follow the points made in the video above. I for one, am tired of hearing the network marketing scam comments. We can work together and raise the vibration of this amazing community. 
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17 thoughts on “A Network Marketing Scam or A People Scam – Caution Controversial

  1. Ron Deering

    Right on…. people are what cause the challenges with Network Marketing… the good news is we get to work with people… the bad news is we get to work with people… have integrity with your life and your business…. great post Steve…. thanks for sharing…

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  2. Julie Syl Kalungi

    Steve, That had to besaid. I too am sick and tired of the way our industry is viewed and I would like to think I am doing my bit to clean up the image. If we treat people like we would love to betreated we are ding something good I guess. Integrity is key.
    Thanks for sharing Steven

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Oh man, Julie…awesome point. thanks

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  3. LuAnn

    wow thanks Steve it’s so ridiculous that the industry gets a bad rap. I was in the timeshare industry for 21 years and that industry has a really bad rap because there will always be the bad apples in every business… so us good guys have to keep it legit and straight…it’s like some car sales guys…lol its a cycle

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      I totally get that. It’s a shame because we have to learn it from somewhere…
      We are the next generation of marketers 🙂

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  4. Shelby Rojek

    I agree with what you said in your video about people misleading people. It seems to me as though people get the impression that they can log into a website, click a few buttons and watch the money roll in. What people forget, don’t want to hear or are simply given the wrong information is that having your own business will be easy and require no effort.

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Yes!
      The system is easy, the process may be difficult!
      Worth every second put in!

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  5. Dan Hammon

    Steve thank you for your insight! I believe that Scamming is really close to Spamming. Those of the profession need to realize that this is not good and we need to market like if it were more fluid. Marketing should not feel like marketing.

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  6. Pedro Marques

    I believe sometimes people are afraid of what they know little about it and thats why they might not agree with everything your opportunity says. Just Like you've said if you don't put the work you won't get the results you desire. Great video Steve thanks for sharing.

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  7. Lynn Brown

    Oh boy I’m so glad to see you sharing this Steve! I didn’t know too much about the online, work from home industry until about 4 years ago. But prior to that, I was one of ‘those’ people that thought most of it was just a bunch of hog wash!! Today I understand how this industry can really help people to live a life of freedom. And that we as up coming entrepreneurs must work on sharing our authentic self, to not hide behind anything and to tell people the real deal. An opportunity for a business whether it’s online or not, should always be something people need to learn more about, instead of just taking what others have said or what you believe is to be true. Get the facts first.

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  8. Liz English

    Many people have told me my business is a scam. I do believe it is because they don't understand what I am doing. Great Video Steven C. Krivda If you don't put in the work you won't get any results you desire. I believe I do all my work honestly I invite people to read my blog posts and leave their comments whether they agree or disagree we all think differently. Thanks for sharing Steve.

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