Catching up.

United States
August 1, 2017 1:48pm CST
A lot has happened since I last wrote. We moved from the house with the land lord issues to a beautiful apartment in a nice neighborhood. I'm continuing with my studies, declaring a psychology minor this summer. I've made some new friends, lost an old one, and I've found out that depending on the reason, losing a friend isn't always a bad thing, especially when that person is hurtful and controlling. I'm also thinking about selling Avon again, if for no other reason than I miss being able to order it for myself without a representative. Have any of you ever sold Avon? Were you successful? If so, what are you doing that makes your business work? I would definitely be interested to know.
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@mandala100 (50448)
• Hong Kong
1 Aug 17
@rockerangel Hello and welcome to myLot my friend. I'll see you around and enjoy the rest of your day.
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• United States
1 Aug 17
Thank you.
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@mandala100 (50448)
• Hong Kong
2 Aug 17
@rockerangel Your welcome my friend.
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@PatZAnthony (12970)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
1 Aug 17
Someone we knew sold Avon and said-don't ever let anyone, including friends, get the products before they pay. Sad to think that even friends (and family in some cases) will ignore the balance owed!
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• United States
2 Aug 17
That's true, especially when the representative has to pay up front for the products. A friend of mine lost fifty dollars that way.
@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
1 Aug 17
I have never sold Avon, but a neighbor used to sell it, but it got to be a bit too much for her. I think delivering all orders to her home on Saturday and Sunday caused her to have to be at home on the weekends.
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• United States
1 Aug 17
That would be annoying although when I sold it before I rarely got a weekend delivery so maybe they changed their policy because representatives were complaining about it.
@MALUSE (43499)
• Uzbekistan
1 Aug 17
I could never talk people into buying cosmetics.
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• United States
1 Aug 17
A lot of women find it more convenient to buy through a representative than to go to a store and store brands are often very expensive. However, I definitely understand your point. Selling is definitely not for everybody. If I weren't into perfume and cosmetics I wouldn't even be thinking of doing this.
@sishy7 (27598)
• Australia
2 Aug 17
Welcome back! All the best with your studies and tentative Avon selling...
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