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20 Ways to Rate a Company -Any Company you Want to do Business With
How do MLMs Measure Up?
When it comes to network marketing or going
into any business, there are 20
ways to measure success. According to Steve Carr of Chicago's Destiny Radio Show
in the United States, it is often difficult to recognize a truly exceptional network
marketing company or any other company. Many companies, unfortunately, operate
unethically and unfairly, taking advantage of their customers and employees.
These companies get away with poor business practices because customers don't
know how to differentiate between good and bad organizations.
"I wanted to have some type of screening
process so that when I went on the air endorsing a company, people knew that we
had done our homework". Over the past seven years, Carr has evaluated more
than 800 companies using a point by point system to rate how strong a company
is. Carr says that approximately one in 100 companies meet all the criteria.
With such a high percentage of companies failing to make the grade, it is
important for consumers and prospective business partners to do their homework
and evaluate the strength of an MLM or any other company.
This twenty-question survey is based on Steve Carr's
definitive rating system, and it will help you do your homework as you assess
various companies. Designed to help you thoroughly compare two companies, this
survey will enable you in rating businesses head to head, revealing which
company offers the best opportunity.
20 Points For Evaluating an MLM Company
Answer each question for each company, marking the
box ONLY if the answer is "Yes." Then assess the opportunity.
Section 1: Financial and Corporate
1. Is the company at least five years old?
(Ninety five percent of ALL companies fail in their first year.)
2. Is the company completely debt-free?