You probably asked to yourself, “Is Nerium a scam?” But before I get into that I need to get a few things off my chest because I’m about to go on a hot Tinder date. Before you start judging saying she’s probably a slut and I’m probably a douche, you’re right. But she is a really cool chick and this is our third date together. So maybe douches and sluts can live in a happy slutty douchey world together enjoying Thai take out and movies like Sausage Party.
She’s not a slut by the way.
Okay, so more so on this whole thing about you wondering is Nerium a scam.
Nerium is a fancy pancy network marketing company with a focus on anti aging products that guarantees improvement with fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, and happiness and eternal love forever and ever.
Well, not the last part. That’s on you, Scooby Doo.
Is Nerium a Scam?
I really don’t think Nerium is a scam. The thing with mlm is that people get butt hurt about having to “spend money to make money.”
Correction, Felicia: You’re actually investing money to make money.
But do you have what it takes to go up to people and mention how their face sucks and hint that they could use some of this miracle jizz?
It’s what separates the wolves from the monsters.
Nerium does work, but it takes a specific type of person to push the products and the business opportunity onto other wolves and sheeple.
Before joining any network marketing company, you have to really dig inside that cold vast heart of yours and find out if you’re really the kind of person who wants to push this kind of business.
Also you gotta think of all the people you know who could be potential prospects.
Your Nerium upline will say that everyone with skin is a potential prospect. So prospect the shit out of them. You’ll probably lose friends doing this. If you believe in the vision as strongly as your coach, then that will be a fat ass bitter pill to swallow, because you will lose a few comrads on your journey.
The way I see it is that if you’re a soccer mom who lives in a dandy white picket fence neighborhood with a husband who is slaying the bills, you’re gonna do just fine with this skin care business.
I don’t mean to sound crass, that’s just what I have noticed.
I’ve been to several market parties hosted at Hilton Hotels and bars, and the majority of the audiences were women in their 30s and 40s married with children.
Moms with kids usually know other moms… with kids.
Nerium urges brand partners aka people selling the products to have house parties with wine, food, and good music.
With these get togethers you will then be able to show a DVD of the business plan and the benefits of the products.
What Is the Cost of Joining Nerium?
To join the Nerium business as a brand partner is going to set you back $500 and an $80 a month fee to have your Nerium Night Cream auto-delivered.
After sharing the product and having three preferred customers buying the night cream, you won’t have to pay the $80 a month.
The $500 entry fee includes 3 bottles of Nerium Night Cream, 3 bottles of Nerium Day Cream, loads of training materials, and some marketing brochures.
If you’re still wondering is Nerium a scam, ask yourself this: Have you ever heard of a business that only charges you $500 to join?
Opening up a bar will set you back at least a quarter million dollars.
Starting a carpet cleaning service will set you back $40,000.
If you’re personable and can share the product with many people, then you will probably have success with it.
My advice is to really sit down and think about all the people you know who would be interested in this. If you don’t have a large social circle, then you’re going to have to leap out of your comfort zone and approach people you don’t know.
If you’re a social butterfly, Nerium might be for you. If you’re more introverted then its probably not the best avenue to take.