Many MLM programs have come and gone through the years. Out of all the fallen I have noticed that most of them claimed instant wealth or outrageous earning potentials coupled with rediculous start-up costs that the companies cannot justify charging. If you are about to engage in a marketing relationship with a new mlm company that charges a start-up fee ask yourself what do you get for your money. If you get product samples and physical sales and promotional items for your fee are they worth the money? If a company is truly interested in selling products then that should be the focus of the companies business plan. To help interest you and educate you to sell a useful and tangible product or service. The company should not make outrageous money claims if the product seems worthless but this happens from time to time and the reason is that the company is more interested in enticing you to join then selling related products and services. Here is an example of what one of the scandalous ads might look like: Make $15,000 dollars a month selling printed toilet paper! I know it sounds crazy but just read this success story! Tim Maple from Idaho says, "My wife and I were sceptical at first be we threw caution to the wind and made our first 10 grand in just one month! If we can do it so can you!" Just think ...toilet paper is something everyone uses everyday. Why not take advantage of that fact and get in on this opportunitiy to make life easier for your whole family! Our most popular product "Star-Trek toilet paper" features little starship enterprises that when placed close to your bottom fly around uranus in search of cling-ons! Think of how many Star-Trek fans there are out there that would love to wipe-up with this product! Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to make more money then you can possibly imagine... Join Today! A one time processing fee of $199.00 is required to get in on this incredible home based business opportunity!! What are you waiting for?!!?!!? Did you notice how exciting the opportunity appears by flashing big number in front of your eyes? Some of you would not even give a thought about the product because the opportunity to make huge cash is so enticing. This type of marketing concept is designed to thrive from the processing fee and not the product. I call this Fairy-Tale Marketing because the huge money is just make believe. Of course... I just made this one up but I have seen dozens of opportunities advertised this same way. Stay sharp... if it even seems slightly questionable it most likely is a scam.