var yuipath = 'clientscript/yui';
var yuicombopath = '';
var remoteyui = false;
else // Load Rest of YUI remotely (where possible)
var yuipath = 'http://yui.yahooapis.com/2.9.0/build';
var yuicombopath = 'http://yui.yahooapis.com/combo';
var remoteyui = true;
Multilevel Marketing (Amway, Network21, Prime America, etc) seems inherently sleazy to me. The only way the "seller" makes money is if I give him money... there's no actual value being created or goods/services changing hands.
So when somebody tries to sign me up for the latest MLM scheme, what should my internal response be? I've usually gone with a silent "yeah right" but politely refused. More recently I've been approached by a couple that really seemed to be legit job leads, and it wasn't until I did some digging that I realized they were an MLM. I'm tempted to go with a... shall we say... more emphatic rejection.
So, is there any case where an MLM pitch isn't a scam? Is there any reason not to treat an MLMer like any other scammer?
Last edited by Anthem; 08-03-2010 at 11:23 PM.
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