FHTM / MLM Companies (such as FHTM) Have a Bad Name
Many individuals can be very skeptical toward multi-level marketing (MLM) companies (specifically towards Fortune High-Tech Marketing (FHTM)). Many are quick to assume that all MLM companies are illegal pyramid schemes that don’t even offer real products or are disguised as a business by using various products. It’s not shocking that many people are fearful about join a MLM network. They can’t help but wonder if they will get ripped off. Some former representatives (reps) from FHTM claim they got ripped off. Reps who do well at the company argue that the people who complain are the ones who are not making enough effort to network market and are unhappy with how much they end up making from the company. Reps who feel ripped off may have broken even with how much they spent on signing up with FHTM. This can happen is a rep is not proactive and does not purchase the products in the FHTM network.
It’s a too bad that there are companies out there that have ripped people off by trying to scam people with a high value product that is worth a tiny fraction of the original price. No one likes to feel as if they have been tricked or manipulated
Another reason why MLM companies, such as FHTM, have a bad name is merely because people are misinformed about the company. Some people just do not understand the concept of network marketing. People tend to know about Amway and Mary Kay. Sometimes it helps Reps to explain to potential customers how FHTM shares some similarities with these companies.
Many times in life, a person or company or organization gets a bad name because there are misunderstandings, lack of information and angry individuals who feel the need to exaggerate. When former reps from FHTM don’t reach their financial goals, they become disenchanted with the system. The network marketing system only works for people who constantly make an effort to make it work.