What is the difference between a Pyramid scheme and network marketing?

A pyramid scheme is a type of investment where each person involved recruits others to join.

But - is doublejack a pyramid? Or network-marketing?

Money made by the new investors goes to the earlier investors. The scheme relies on an ever-increasing number of new investors to bring in money to keep it going. It is called a pyramid scheme because it often takes the shape of a pyramid, with the top layer having one person, the next layer having two people, the next four, and so on. Each person involved only makes money if they can recruit more members, which makes it unsustainable and ultimately leads to its collapse.

Network marketing is a legitimate business model in which a company sells products or services through a network of distributors who earn income from their own sales and from the sales of the other members in their network. Network marketing companies often use direct selling methods to reach customers, and the income of the distributors is usually derived from the sales of the products or services they sell, as well as from the sales of the other members in their network.

The main difference between a pyramid scheme and network marketing is that a pyramid scheme is a fraudulent investment scheme, while network marketing is a legitimate business model. In a pyramid scheme, the focus is on recruiting new members to bring in more money, rather than selling products or services. In network marketing, the focus is on selling products or services to customers, and the income of the distributors is derived from the sales of these products or services, as well as from the sales of other members in their network. Additionally, pyramid schemes are illegal in most countries, while network marketing is a legal and legitimate business model in almost all countries.

Finally - doublejack is an affiliate system - it is network marketing - it is fair and clear.

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