Before you decide to join Perfectly Posh as a consultant or not, there are some things that you should know… things that they don’t tell you that I will tell you.
What am I talking about? Is Perfectly Posh a scam or something? I wouldn’t go as far as to call this place a scam, but I will say that there is a lot of misleading information out there that is causing young women to buy into this without really knowing what they are getting themselves into.
Perfectly Posh Overview
I’m sure you are already aware of most of this, but in case you aren’t here is a little overview of the company and what they are all about…
Perfectly Posh is a mlm company that sells beauty/pampering products like face masks, lipstick, hair care products, etc. Their products are very good from what I hear and one thing that I like about what I have read is that they are made of natural ingredients, which I am all for.
But anyways, I’m not here to talk about the products. I’m hear to talk about the direct sales/mlm part of the business, which is probably what you are interested in.
They solely use a direct sales business model. This means that anyone can sign up to become a consultant and make money selling their products. The mlm part of it, which stands for multi-level marketing, means that you can also make money by recruiting other consultants into the business beneath you.
What You Should Know
Ok, so the 2 ways that you are going to be making money as a consultant are by direct sales and by recruitment of other consultants.
With direct sales you will start out making 20% commissions but you can earn 25% once you advance up the ranks.
But where the real money is at is in the recruitment. Recruitment is key if you want to survive in a mlm business like this. If you want to make real money you need to take advantage of the mlm structure and recruit, recruit, and recruits some more.
You will be able to earn commissions from the sales that your recruits make and that is why recruitment is so powerful. Also, recruitment is the key to moving up the ranks, which will then allow you to earn even more commissions off of your recruits.
I’m not going to get into all the ranks within this company and all of that. But what you need to know is that to advance to the 2nd rank you are going to need to sell $1,000 worth of products via direct sales. Then after that its all about recruitment. All you will have to do is maintain a $500/mo personal sales volume. What will make you move up the ranks is bringing in more consultants and increasing the amount of volume that they sell.
The Reality Of This Business
The reality is that most people that join mlm’s like this do not find the success they were looking for. That is these businesses have such insanely high turnover rates.
I wasn’t actually able to find any official consultant income disclosure for this place. Usually mlm’s like this are required to post income disclosures so that prospects know what they are up against. It makes me wonder why they didn’t post theirs.
But anyway, I don’t have to wonder too much because I have seen and reviewed enough mlm’s like this to know that VERY few people make good money. Only those at the top of the mlm pyramid structure are going to make it while those at the bottom will slave away for little money and probably end up quitting.
That’s just the way mlm’s are. The top few percent of people make the majority of the money.
So Is Perfectly Posh a Scam?
As I’ve said, its not a scam. But there is a lot of rather unethical business practices going around here that are suckering young women into becoming consultants when they don’t know what they are getting into.
And the fact that recruitment is such a necessary part of this business drives consultants to often misleading other woman all for the sake of recruiting them in.
I’m not saying that Perfectly Posh is something that you should avoid. Its just that you need to really think about if this is something you would like. Do you have that salesperson type of personality that makes it possible for you to sell anyone on anything? If you do then this might be okay but if no this probably isn’t the best idea.
Just know that this is not an easy business to make it in.
Anyway, that is it for my little rant on this business. I hope I cleared a few things up and gave you a better idea of what you are looking at with this opportunity. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns just leave them below in the comment section and I’ll get back to you soon 🙂