Avon?

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  1. Caoimhe..x

    Caoimhe..x Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies :)
    Was just wondering are any of you Avon distributors? If so is it worthwhile, I'm thinking of starting it up when I go on maternity leave.

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  2. CrazyChic

    CrazyChic Well-Known Member

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    I do Avon. If you like using Avon it's not worth it as you always spend too much money lol I started before I found out I was pregnant and struggled with doing it and being tired, so it maybe the same with a baby but you never know. You always have to put an order thru every 3 weeks you can't miss one, which is a ball ache :(

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  3. Caoimhe..x

    Caoimhe..x Well-Known Member

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    God that doesn't sound to good lol xx
     
  4. Linzie2012

    Linzie2012 Well-Known Member

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    I started 2 months ago just doing family & friends. I've made £100 for about 5 hours of work. It pay wells but over a long period of time.

    & has it been said, just try & stop yourself from buying anything :D
     
  5. Caoimhe..x

    Caoimhe..x Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm god now I don't know what to do, do you have to spend much money to start? Like how does it all really work? Xx
     
  6. Linzie2012

    Linzie2012 Well-Known Member

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    On your 1st and 2nd sale you must pay £7.50 admin fee, but also pay for you books each month, £4.22 for 10. But first 2 months you get them free, but buy your books 1 month in advance.

    Everything on online processing your orders, but to get your commission you must sell £80 which is not too hard to hit.

    You get £5 for every £20 you sell. I've been happy with it so far, all what I make is in the baby's jar & created "groupies" who I could easily sell too on maternity, I take mine into work & around family, I've not done streets yet- but you can if you wish too. You have also got a Personal Online book that you can link to your Facebook or emails, no one have used that with me yet, they all prefer to feel & sniff the books :)

    I reward my customers on spending too, as you get a extra book for yourself with deals in. Either to sell on, for yourself or to treat the customers.

    It can be a good little earner. So far so good for me. Im happy with the £100, If I get £50 a month, thats £300 for Christmas :)

    PS I also do this whilst working 40 Plus hours a week, but handing books out & orders in lunch hour isn;t really difficult :)
     
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  7. Caoimhe..x

    Caoimhe..x Well-Known Member

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    I think I will give it go, if I don't like it I can quit but it sounds good and will give me something to do while waiting for baby when I start my maternity leave xx
     
  8. Linzie2012

    Linzie2012 Well-Known Member

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    That was my moto, you can drop out when ever if its not working out for you.

    Like now this month I have hit a tricky one, first time a client have refused wanting the items they have ordered. Just don't want them now ! Typical !

    So its either buy them & sell them on or send them back.
     
  9. Caoimhe..x

    Caoimhe..x Well-Known Member

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    Got in touch with an Avon Leader and she is coming to see me next Wednesday to get me started, I'm excited now :) xx
     

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