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Creative Memories Review
by David Harris | Updated December 21, 2021
Creative Memories by Rhonda Anderson and Cheryl Lightle is found at creativememories.com
CreativeMemories is a multi-level marketing / MLM company that deals in selling scrapbooking supplies.
As well as getting members to recruit other people to distribute and recruit others themselves.
While it’s true that we don’t recommend getting involved in MLM to anyone, the case is not any different from Creative Memories.
We don’t recommend MLM in general due to the extremely high failure rate of up to 99%.
Would you start a franchise business if you knew going in that there would be a 99% chance that you would not succeed with it?
I didn’t think so.
Creative Memories does have a solid enough line of products, however.
CreativeMemories did however file for bankruptcy several years ago and had to let go of quite a number of employees.
This may or may not affect how a Creative Memories sales consultant may get paid in the future.
But bankruptcy is never a very reassuring issue for engaging in business with those filing.
You are basically building Creative Memories’ business and are at their mercy because if they go out of business, so do you.
Creative Memories has had its fair share of employee and distributor grievances and complaints.
Yet those who use the product seem satisfied with the results they are getting.
To join as a salesperson, it costs about $200 for the Creative Memories kit, training, access to their website back office, and sales and marketing tools and materials.
Sales commissions are 30% on personal sales plus bonuses at certain higher levels.
The basic scrapbooking software costs around $70 to the consumer and the scrapbooks and supplies have different pricing.
Since there are more honest comments from users of Creative Memories products and very few fake shill reviews, you can see there are actually many happy customers.
As to MLM recruitment, it all depends on your ability to create a successful downline, which itself is a very difficult enough challenge.
Scrapbooking companies like Creative Memories usually cater to women, so there is that issue to contend with a much more limited demographic.
You will have more success with direct selling yourself than dealing with multi-level marketing where this business is concerned.
It’s a good product but we don’t recommend getting involved with Creative Memories as an MLM member or affiliate.
Thank you for reading our Creative Memories review.
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