Magic Words in Mary Kay

Written by SuzyQ Oh, I wish I had the magic words! Just what does it take to get the message across to the pink believers that MK is a scam? What part don’t they get? Maybe a short reminder would help: 1. Mary Kay is the best selling brand in …

How Many Women Can a Unit Recruit Into Mary Kay?

Recruiting is the lifeblood of any product-based pyramid scheme. A company like Mary Kay survives because of new recruits ordering large inventory packages. Sales directors keep their units alive with the new recruits, as the volume of orders from existing consultants generally isn’t sufficient to keep the unit afloat.  Remember …

Another Victim of Mary Kay Propaganda

Check out this letter posted on social media by a new-ish Mary Kay consultant, who is parroting all the lies that have been fed to her. She is reciting the typical list of “Mary Kay goals,” and no doubt she is telling everyone about this at the advice of her …

Mary Kay is Life Changing!

Another critic of Mary Kay who knows all the catch phrases… There is a reason that Mary Kay Cosmetics has been the #1 selling cosmetics in the U.S for years! I am very offended by your comments, and of your insensitivity towards not only Mary Kay herself, but also to …

The Danger of MLM in Church

Written by The Scribbler This article is designed to show church leaders of all denominations how the recruiting practices of multi-level marketing companies like Mary Kay are stumbling blocks to the spiritual growth and faith of their parishioners. I encourage you to e-mail this article to the leaders of your …

Mary Kay Will Change Your Life!

Mary Kay sure will change your life! Thousands of dollars of debt. No time for your family. Lying to new recruits to try to get them to sign up and buy inventory. Strain on your marriage from the cost of Mary Kay and the pressure to hide the truth from …

The Myth of “Product Sales” in MLM

A common tactic of multi-level marketing companies is hiding behind “product sales,” convincing potential recruits that significant retailing of products occurs, while in reality money is made from recruiting new marks. Sure, some products are retailed to third party customers (rather than just distributors making purchases). But the amount of …