You’re right- no it’s not sustainable. It’s always shown as profitable in the beginning(that’s the false hope) BUT it relies heavily on each group recruiting more and more people. So eventually they run out of people.(and money)Deceased wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:03 amDid anyone see that she and Aaryn are both in the top 5 for Young Living in December? She must be so proud that she outscammed Aaryn. Seriously though I don’t see how this business model is sustainable especially since it’s all so expensive. So people spent their Christmas budget on a starter kit. What next? If all of those people never order another thing then how does she keep making money?
I read somewhere once it has eighty something percent non success rate. A lot of countries make it illegal I wish ours would.