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Would you be a successful pyramid scheme seller ?

I’ve always noticed that people who make money in those sort of business usually are extroverts who know a ton of people, that couldn’t be me.
UndercoverBard · 31-35, M
I couldn’t bring myself to con people out of their money. Especially people I know and care about
deadgerbil · 22-25, M
Me neither

It would be interesting to see the conversations sam bankman fried had with the people who he scammed. Like how gullible were they lol
Notsimilarreally · 31-35, F
True you kind of have to have an outward personality. I can't do sales lol no way
Notsimilarreally · 31-35, F
@deadteddy damn 🙄
Notsimilarreally · 31-35, F
I did for to door for green peace for a short time. Sucked at it, didn't last long
iamonfire696 · 41-45, F
@deadteddy they give you a monthly stipend for the car but if you don’t sell the quota required you don’t get that payment so you are left paying for the car on your own.
Nope, I'm not a salesman. Also, I wouldn't to, even if I had a chance to be one of the first who did make money out of it.
eventtemple123 · 18-21, M
Introvert with a small circle here. I am also not very charismatic, so I don't think I would be very good.
Ducky · 31-35, F
Nooooo… I’m no extrovert nor a sales pitcher.
FreestyleArt · 31-35, M
Is that illegal though?
deadteddy · 26-30, F
@FreestyleArt Unfortunately
NerdySoph · 26-30, F
Absolutely not. I'd fail big time
NativePortlander · 51-55
I know several people that make good money in monthly residuals with Herbalife, but it took them decades to build their downlines. I almost got involved back in 2006, but the upline "coach" of my recruiter pissed me off so bad during a conference call that I unleashed massive verbal fury on him. When the "coach" tried to insult me, my recruiter, who knew me from working with me at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, I was in Security, he was in maintenance, told him I wasn't anyone to mess around with, that I wasn't an idiot loser like the "coach" was trying to portray me as. When the "coach" tried insulting my recruiter for bringing me in, my recruiter reminded the "coach" that he was his highest revenue making downline and that he was making most of his residuals off him, and that he was high enough in the chain within the organization that he could cut him off from his line if he chose to do so and that he had crossed the line pissing me off and then insulting me, the "coach" couldn't apologize fast enough. All of this because I refused to pay $4,000usd to buy my way into a "supervisorship" position.
MethDozer · M
Depends. It's about being in at the right time than anything else.

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