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I worked for Avon. If you are 5 minutes late with a payment, their reps from India call you incessantly . Also the statement that you get 50% commission is a teaser to get you started for the first 3 campaigns, then it goes down to 30%. Also you have to pay for everything, from the catalogs to the bags, so you don't make as much as they tell you that you will make. It's all a sham if you are unlucky enough to be a "salesperson".
You've got to be kidding. In the 17 years that I have sold, I have been late a few times due to illness. I NEVER received any type of phone calls ever! Be responsible..........contact your District Manager and advise them of the circumstances. They will take care of you. Every business has costs associated with running said business............
Amy.Yes, the percentage you make ranges from 20 to 50% depending on your sales. As an extra, to help you get started, AVON does provide you with the 50% income. That gives you some money to purchase samples, etc. No one form India or anyone else has ever called me regrding a late order. I do get an email. And there is an additional shipping fee if I am late. If you place your order online, you get two extra days to post your order. And as in any business, everything you buy that you need to run your business does cost you extra. I often purchase plastic bags from Sams Club.
Yeah, this is not how it is for everyone...in fact most people don't have this level of success....unless you live in an area with not that many representatives....To make a success of it....you need to have a base from which to work to start...Work for a large company with lots of woman...woman who use Avon to start with....also a large family....that will be willing to buy from you...cause finding customers....really not that easy...and that whole online, refer thing...ONLY when and if you get to a certain point or spend enough of your own money....I worked it hard for over a year...I had 3 customers that bought from me almost everytime...another 2 that were more hit and miss and 10 or so that were one time hitters....Avon works on a pyramid program...where you make you money is by getting others to sign up and pray they sell cause this you get some of that action too....and then if they get people to sign up...more for you again...and so forth and so on....Avon is not all it's cracked up to be...Products are good...I use several of there items....but, working for them...not so much!
MichelleYes, you are right. AVON is a business and running a business isn't easy. To be profitable and run all the admin tasks too, well, it's a lot of work. In business in general, it takes 2-3 years to be profitable. Yes, you can do it earlier than that, but 2-3 years is more of the norm -- and that's if you do the work, go to local networking/chamber events, set yourself apart from other reps, etc. etc. It is much easier to run an AVON business if you have a core group of friends and family who will purchase from you either online or in person. OR if you work at a company that will allow you to sell "on your time". (I had an AVON rep who only sold AVON on her lunch hour or after work -- which is the right way to do it. Yes, AVON is a direct sales or MLM company. They allows you to help other women and in return get helped yourself. But there is a lot of work you'll do with your down line and a lot of time you'll spend helping them. And as in any company there are good things and bad things, too. Nothing is perfect.
I made alot of money from 2002 to 2005. However I worked many hours a day. But the economy changed and my regular customers would not pay me for what they ordered. YOU CAN ONLY MAKE MONEY IF YOU BUY AND SELL VOLUMES which means lots of legwork. I also had won awards for recruiting, BUT my district manage took my downline and gave them to her daughter. She lost her district but I didn't get my downline back. My desire for AVON stopped. I cashed in my stocks and bailed. BEWARE this business is not yours. You play by their rules. find what you want on EBAY for next to nothing.
TerriI'm so sorry that you didn't get the support you truly deserve. Maria
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Hey Kat...Do you live in KY? I saw the 270 area code. I think we might be neighbors and I sell Avon also.