Lia Sophia Scam Or A Girl’s Best Friend

Show me a girl who doesn’t like jewelry and I’ll show you a man who doesn’t have a love affair with the remote control.  Ha… Few and far between right?

How would you like to get great jewelry for a discounted price, have fun with new friends and make money? That’s what’s offered at Lia Sophia.  But you want to make sure there’s no Lia Sophia Scam before you jump in with both feet.  I don’t blame you.

First we need to look at the history of the company.  It should please you to know that Lia Sophia has been in business (in some form or another) for over 30 years.  Victor Kiam, you may recognize his name because he used to own Remington razor company, founded Lia Sophia quite some time ago.  When he passed away his son Tory Kiam took over as president.   Longevity is a key indicator in determining the legitimacy of a company and Lia Sophia passes this test with flying colors.  Lia sophia scam?  So far so good.

The 2nd thing you want to look for is the ethics of the company.  Do they treat their Advisors and their customers right?  According to a CNBC report, Lia Sophia will sell more than 6 million women jewelry this year.  It’s impossible to know if each one of them was treated fairly.  One thing you can do, however, is check to see if Lia Sophia is a member of the Direct Selling Association.  Guess what?  They are.  This tells you that they have committed to abide by the standards and values set up by the DSA.  Good sign!

Lastly, are people really making money with this company or is there a Lia Sophia Scam on the business side of things?  The facts show that there are many women making great money with this business.  In fact, according to another news report, Debbie Rotvich out of Illinois made 3 million dollars in just one year with Lia Sophia.  Now that’s some serious moolah.

Bottom line my friend?  The company history is solid, they belong to the Direct Selling association and women are making great money with the business.  These points prove that any claims of a “lia sophia scam” are completely unfounded.  If you like to have fun, make money and are willing to learn some marketing skills in the process, you just might be able to strike gold with Lia Sophia.  No pun intended.  😉

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Paul Hutchings

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