Hey guys! I finally have an actual review for you for the first time in a while. Unless you count my PewDiePie rant from a few days ago that is. Today I will be reviewing a subject pretty close to my home. Today I will be reviewing Avon and some of it’s products. What are Avon products? All sorts of things! Creams, perfumes, clothes, some toys, other stuff and so forth.
How do I know this? My mother used to be a work at home Avon seller. Now, mind you, she doesn’t do it anymore so my information may be a little dated. She also did it as more of a hobby back when she did it at all because my dad supported the family. She mostly bought things from the magazines for us and sold it to friends. In fact I have a silly story about one of their products.
If you have a small child with you I suggest not letting them see this. Basically I found out Santa Claus wasn’t real because I was nosy. I found out that one of my presents, a pair of slippers, was an Avon product. Then I asked too many questions.
They were comfy slippers until I grew too big for them. But anyways. While I don’t believe working from home through Avon is necessarily a scam. I don’t recommend it unless you are really god at networking and become popular on the internet. That seems to be the only way to make dropshipping, what Avon basically is, worth doing. I doubt you’ll make much money otherwise.
However working for Avon can also be a great cash back system and thing to show your friends as my mother used it for.
Well that’s all the time I have for this review. I hope you enjoyed my 50th post and tell me what to review next in the comments. While I don’t personally know how to start working for Avon but I would start looking into it here
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