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Dec 9, 2020

After High School Kirk worked for an MLM (Multi-level-marketing) company called “Vector Marketing.” Often, legitimate MLMs like Vector (they sold Cutco Knives) and Mary Kay are presumed to be pyramid schemes. In this episode Jake and Kirk discuss how to tell these different “money making” methods, and how to know if someone is asking you to do something wrong. Many of us are looking for ways to make extra money from home, and these forms of money-making endeavors can be good ways to do that, but you have to know what you are looking for.

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