Wednesday, September 4, 2013


I have been reading a lot of information since I have been in business for myself.  Looking for solutions and best marketing tips.  I actually ran across an article about Enticement and that it is illegal.  This information was mixed in with marketing strategies.  I have noticed some businesses show paychecks to prove the income is great to bring in people.  I feel that some enticements are just plain lies and like they say "one bad apple spoils the whole bunch".  But the dream should be sold instead.

On the flip side, I feel that it is o.k.  People do want to see people with there name on a paycheck to prove that money is being made in the company. I personally like seeing others success because it is inspiring and gives hope.  Take a look at this article on Enticement being illegal.

Friday, August 30, 2013

How You Can Plan to Be Lucky in MLM

Quoted directly from the article:
The truth about network marketing, unfortunately, is that the “heavy hitters” just don’t care. At least not about you and me. They just care about making money. That’s why they tell people how much money they make, and in many cases, show their paychecks as proof. This is illegal – it is called enticement. They make you think anyone can do it – and it’s so easy – just to get you in. Every professional should understand the law as it applies to network marketing.

Gerald Nehra, a respected MLM attorney who helped found the Distributor Rights Association, cites the importance of ethics in network marketing. In an article he wrote, Nehra states, “What makes a network marketing company ‘ethical’ is also what keeps it legitimate and legal.” Nehra raises 3 key tests that any legitimate network marketing company should pass.

Test 1 – Must involve the sale of a real product or service. “The product or service must have real value to end-use consumers who are not affiliated with the company. Further, the product or service must actually be sold regularly to non-participant buyers.” If there are no retail customers, or the product would not sell without the opportunity attached, stay away. If the compensation plan does not pay you for getting your own retail customers, stay away.

Test 2 – Must not require a commissioned fee solely to participate. “There cannot be a fee to participate, other than an at-cost starter kit purchase requirement.” Always ask this question: What do I get of value for my $299, $399, or $499, etc. startup fee? If the answer is “The opportunity to make money” then stay away. If the answer is “A fabulous website to help you make money” then stay away.

Test 3 – Must maintain operational integrity. Network marketing companies must maintain ethical and acceptable business practices, including product advertisement, program advertisement, sales field enforcement, and operational integrity. This is the section that forbids the displaying of commission checks, making claims about products, and acceptable return policies (for both customers and distributors.)

So, how much money have you made? It may seem like a simple question, but think about the implications of the answer. Would you really want to be in business with unethical people? Most people wouldn’t. So, how much money have I made? I don’t know – I haven’t finished collecting it all yet.

Based on the recorded interview from the Success In 10 Steps interview series.
Also Gerald Nehra deserves a lot of credit. You can learn more at his website It’s another great resource to get educated.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

The Difference Between a Recruiter and a Sponsor
23 June 2011, 6:08 pm
Ever wondered what is the difference between a recruiter and a sponsor? First, let’s take a look at an old saying that you’ve probably heard about network marketing:

 Myth: “It’s just a numbers game. Go get 100 people to say ‘no’ and you’ll be closer to getting a ‘yes’ from someone.”

Truth: Network marketing is not a numbers game, it is a people business. People, not numbers, are the keys to being successful. People have desires, goals, and dreams. They have families – they are mothers, fathers, sisters, and brothers. They are not numbers, but real people.

This myth, or should I say LIE, teaches people to become recruiters rather than sponsors. A recruiter doesn’t care why you are doing the business. They don’t want to hear your goals. They don’t care what your spouse’s name is, or how many children you have. To a recruiter, it’s only a numbers game.

A sponsor treats you like a person. They care what makes you tick. They want to understand your goals so they can help you achieve them. A sponsor understands that you can get anything you want in life once you help enough people get what they want.

If you get good at recruiting, you’ll become known as a heavy hitter. If you get good at sponsoring, you’ll become known as a professional network marketer.

quoted directly from this article

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Please Read!!

I have to clear something up because I think people are very mistaken about my business. Have you ever heard of customer service work from home scam where you actually are routed customer service calls to your lanline phone at your home to service Fortune 500 Companies that you actually do business with? No.

My business, Jenesis, LLc is partnered with Arise Solutions who only do business with businesses, partner...ships. Jenesis, LLc is a business partner of Arise Solutions. Arise is in great demand for agents to service and has allowed their business partners like Jenesis, LLc to hire contractors to work from home servicing these companies. Remind you I said earlier partnerships. The opportunity I am in is all business partnerships. A contractor with a business name has an EIN number and contractor without a business name does not need an EIN. Jenesis, LLc hires the contractors who do not want to operate with and EIN to take inbound customer service calls. Why do you invest? Because you are a business. 

Here is some information about work from home scams. Types of home-based business schemes
Common work-from-home schemes are:

stuffing envelopes
medical transcription
buy and selling real estate, "with no money down!"
Investment schemes
data entry,
processing applications
selling or reselling the schemes themselves
Other work from home type schemes require you to:

make gift items from home or
grow flowers for the export market,
but then require you to also sell these products yourself.

Additional information
The most common work-at-home scams.
Advanced Fee Frauds: They claim that starting a home-based business is easy! Just invest a few hundred dollars in inventory, set-up, and training materials, they say. Of course, if and when the materials do come, they are totally worthless…and you’re stuck with the bill.
Counterfeit check-facilitated "Mystery Shopper:" You’re sent a hefty check and asked to deposit it into your bank account, then withdraw funds to shop and check out the service of local stores and wire transfer companies. You keep a small amount of the money for your “work,” but then, as instructed, mail or wire the rest to your “employer.” Sound good? One problem: the initial check was phony, and by the time your bank notifies you, your money is long gone and you’re on the hook for the counterfeit check.
Pyramid Schemes: You’re hired as a “distributor” and shell out big bucks for promotional materials and product inventories with little value (like get-rich quick pamphlets). You’re promised money for recruiting more distributors, so you talk friends and family into participating. The scheme grows exponentially but then falls apart—the only ones who make a profit are the criminals who started it.
Unknowing involvement in criminal activity: Criminals—often located overseas—sometimes use unwitting victims to advance their operations, steal and launder money, and maintain anonymity. For example, they may “hire" you as a U.S.-based agent to receive and re-ship checks, merchandise, and solicitations to other potential victims…without you realizing it’s all a ruse that leaves no trail back to the crooks.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Jenesis: MLM Multi Level Marketing

Jenesis: MLM Multi Level Marketing: What is Multi Level Marketing?  Multi-level marketing ( MLM ) is a marketing strategy in which the sales force is compensated not only ...