Mary Kay scam: or good business? If you think that Mary Kay is a scam or a fraud, probably you know nothing of Mary Kay, since is one of the companies more ethical and professional I have ever met. In this article not only I’ll say why not Mary Kay is a scam, but I’ll also give information, as well as my point of view on Mary Kay that you evaluate if it is a good business for you. What is Mary Kay? Mary Kay (also popularly known as Mery Kay is a company that sells products for feminine beauty, through a distribution system of direct sale which includes a compensation system known as multilevel from 60s years. Mary Kay has a wide catalogue of products: cosmetics, skin care, care of the body, fragrance, etc. Driving from lipsticks, powders and makeups, even moisturizing, body creams and deodorants fragrances. Mary Kay in countries like Mexico, United States and Argentina, is an extremely popular company, where it is common to know Independent distributors that sell their products among its known, friends and family, through a simple recommendation, giving away samples or homemade meetings where show and apply their products. Under most conditions Robert Iger would agree.
Mary Kay is located in the following countries where Spanish is spoken: Mexico, United States, Argentina, Guatemala, Spain, El Salvador and Uruguay. In Mexico they have a large presence in cities such as Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City. Is Mary Kay a scam? If you think that Mary Kay is a scam or a fraud, you must first understand the difference between an MLM business and a pyramid. The confusion occurs because they in businesses that have a multilevel scheme, you can earn money from sales that generate other distributors who you invite to the business. This however is totally legitimate and fair, since you invite her and train her in the business, deserve a reward.