Asking the right questions can help you decide whether you want to become part of a network marketing company. Ask the following questions (before you invest your money) to get some information you need. If you like the answers, you may find a network marketing opportunity that’s right for you.

  • Would the integrity of the company’s leadership inspire you to follow them?

  • Is the company mission-driven or get-rich-quick motivated?

  • Does the company’s corporate philosophy fit your personal philosophy?

  • Does the company’s product sell at retail?

  • Does the company have a proven and effective training program?

  • Does the company’s product line include a reasonable number of consumables?

  • Does the company depend on glitz, glitter, and hype to sell its opportunity, or will the company and opportunity survive a factual examination of the claims made at company-sponsored opportunity meetings?

  • Would the company’s income and product claims pass muster with regulatory bodies, or do they sound too good to be true?

  • Would the opportunity give you a real chance to make a positive difference in the lives of those you sponsor into the business?

  • Does the company want to load you up with products that you must sell before you can recoup your investment?

  • Does the company tell you in understandable terms what volume of activity you must maintain in order to receive the residual income from the organization you have built?

  • Does the local Better Business Bureau have a file of unresolved claims against the company?

  • Do you expect the company or your upline to bring people into your business or do your work for you?

  • Are you totally convinced of the righteousness of your cause and of its value to those you will work with?

  • Do you understand why it’s important to become a product of the product?

  • If you succeed with this company, would you have more of the things money will buy and all the things money won’t buy?