The issue is that none of the beggers make enough money – all of the cash floats to the top.

but what about the 58 people who signed up and lost money?

Is hard work still a reasonable justification for profits when you have caused 58 people to part with their money by promising them great returns and delivering them nothing?

As it turns out, the average (mean) panhandler makes over 400 times the annual salary of the ACN independent representative. Honestly, ACN is a beautiful idea: It seems to us they have taken the collective ability of 1 million people to beg and pester their friends/family for a favor, and turned it into an enormous business.

We admit, the begging power of this many independent representatives is huge – and hugely profitable.

This article has nothing but good things to say about ACN the corporation.

They provide great services at a great price and have utilized a unique means of sales and advertising.In any event, it would appear that anyone who actually “Made it” in ACN (through all that “hard work” promoted by the brain washed reps) only got there by screwing a sizable number of people out of their signup fee.ACN might make you rich if you work hard enough – but based on the data, it’s going to require that you make a lot of other people poor.But ACN, like all business ventures, is a risk – and the only way you make it big is by taking risks. Think for a moment why you would say yes to ACN – probably not because of the odds, but because you know that you have all these people in your upline who are doing it already and are willing to help you.This is a highly emotional reason for starting a business, and you should probably put a little more emphasis on the facts. Get some proof from your upline (at a level close to you, not proof from the top) that they are actually making money.Too much of your time, money, and reputation are about to be put on the line for you to just take their word for it. As always makes no guarantee as to the authenticity of the facts, arguments, comments or statements presented in the articles/posts on the site.