Lynda O.

Personally, I assume any product that is sold via affiliate marketing to be one that is inferior, regardless if that’s true or not. It seems to me that if a product is so good that people truly want it, you don’t need to have your friends pressure their friends who then pressure their friends to buy the product. Also, if the company producing the product is making most of its money selling its wares to resellers (as opposed to end users), that’s a bad sign. In many of these arrangements, whether it be diet products or water filters, only the top 5 to 10% of people make money, while every else takes a bath when they buy inventory and can’t actually sell it.