Asked on 06 Sep 2019
What is it and why is my friend flaunting all his earnings on social media?
It's a MLM.
And yes, you will see people flaunt earnings of $30K or more a month.
Don't fall for it. In every pyramid scheme, only the people at the very top earn.
I'd point you to the story of OneCoin, which was basiclly a 'crypto' MLM. https://www.bbc.com/news/amp/stories-50435014?
Interestingly, a client of mine tried to pull me into Riway. I stood my ground. My job is to help my clients with their financial situation, not scam them of their money. I just hope that she's out of that mess now, as I did try to warn her. It's very difficult once they are in the scheme, as they have been trained to respond to all kinds of allegations and such.
It's an MLM company that sells some sort of premium deer placenta. I've heard of it from a friend, but basically I would take this kind of thing with a pinch of salt.. And unfortunately all these MLM things are still very prevalent, you can even see some influencers promoting them. Gotta be a little more cautious about all these!
I have been invited to these seminars by a friend whose mum was in the scheme. What I found was that while she was dressing up to flaunt her wealth, in actuality, she was not earning much.
Its quite normal for MLM ppl to flaunt their earnings. Not being biased here. Of course, this is a way to entice would be customers
Network marketing company that produce stem cell supplements made from deer placenta. I'm taking it on and off for my gout condition and it has helped a lot to prevent flares.
The unique thing about their structure is that there is no monthly commitment required, as compared to other network marketing companies which require a certain amount spent every month.
It is a multi level marketing company.... just like Amway & Usana... But Riway is selling some sort of product that's from deers.. There are just too much red flags on it. Probably the only reason why your friend is flauting is because he wants to recruit more people that's all.....
Its a multi-level-marketing company that sells Purtier Placenta. Whether it really works or not, well read this first.
Also, only the top people would earn money instead of the bottom.
I can also fluent by renting a condo or standing beside a car (or rent for 1 hour even).
Riway is your typical pyramid scheme that hawks health supplements. The product that they tout as the cure-all is _Purtier Placenta, _a very expensive product that is only available if you join them as a member.