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How To Spot A Legitimate Mlm Business Opportunity
By: Michael Guyton
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    Typically, a person signs up for a MLM under someone else who is already operating their MLM business. What happens then is that for every sale the person makes the person they signed up under will get a commission on. To simplify look at this sample scenario:

    Person B signs up under Person A.
    Person B sells 100 products.
    Person B gets a commission on their sales and Person A also gets a commission on the sales.

    Additionally, whenever Person B signs up people under him, Person A gets a commission of their sales. So it is like this:

    Person B signs up Person c.
    Person C makes 100 sales.
    Person C, Person B and Person A all get a commission on Person Cís sales.

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