Primerica Scam?


Primerica is a marketing company that offers financial products and services. Many internet denizens have become aware of Primerica through the company's offers of an 'opportunity' to make money selling their products and services to others. This offer is a part of Primerica's multi-level marketing strategy, which compensates its sales force for recruiting other salespeople. The newly hired sales agents are then expected to market the products to their local networks through word of mouth and other referrals.

Critics of have Primerica have called it a 'pyramid scheme' that exploits people with lower incomes. Primerica, however, insists that they offer Main Street Americans legitimate business opportunities and the chance to become financially independent. Primerica states that all earnings are 'dependent upon the size and scale of a representative's organization, the number of sales and the override spread on each sale, and the ability and efforts of you and your downlines.'
Q&A Related to "Primerica Scam"
Primerica is suspected of being involved in pyramid schemes to get people to sign up with
Here's some facts I gather about them: 1) There are over 100,000 life licensed representatives in the company. 1 out of 2 people who get licensed in America today are from Primerica
I just joined Primerica and have been in it for about 3 months. I have one recruit and am being trained by my RVP, but I sometimes distrust of him because I feel that I have a lack
Ok, so you've just joined your brand new Primerica business or you're about to join. You could also already be a part of the team and you haven't reach all your goals within the company
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