If you have to keep saying that Mary Kay is a legitimate business, maybe something is wrong? Pink Truth readers know that the Mary Kay ladies have been exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic to recruit and sell products. And here are sales directors Heather Daniel-Kent and Kimberly Perkins doing exactly that.
They copy and paste the standard marketing pieces. Among the lies:
- Having a Mary Kay business is just like having a brick and mortar store. No it is not. You have no foot traffic. You have no one stopping in to see your products. With Mary Kay, you have to get out there and stalk victims.
- Being a MK customer is no different than shopping at a store. Of course it’s different. By shopping with a MK lady, you have just opened yourself up to repeated recruiting pitches. No one at a brick and mortar store asks you, the customer, if you’re interested in opening up your own store just around the corner.
- In Mary Kay you don’t have to sign people up to be successful. Nonsense. Almost no one profits from product sales in MLM. You have to recruit to make money. And in Mary Kay, you cannot move up the ranks with only your own product sales. You MUST recruit, or you don’t move up. So yes, you have to recruit to be successful.
- Mary Kay must be legitimate since it’s been around for 56 years. Sorry, but just because a fraud has been operating for a long time doesn’t mean it’s not a fraud.