Princess House Review – Scam Or Legitimate MLM Business?

| April 19, 2011 | 4 Comments

Princess House Review imageWelcome to my Princess House Review!

Princess House is a Multi-level Marketing (MLM) company with a singular mission to provide life-enhancing opportunities to people from all walks of life, and they aim to accomplish this with superior products, and by offering their home-based business opportunity.

In my Princess House Review, I will be examining their company, products, and more importantly, the MLM Business opportunity that they offer as a Princess House Consultant.

This Princess House Review will be answering one important question:  Do they offer a legitimate home business opportunity, or should this be considered a scam?  This is my unbiased Princess House Review!

Company Details & History

Princess House Logo imagePrincess House offers a tremendous product line of pro-quality cookware and home decor products that are manufactured with top-quality materials to provide their customers with versatility, style, performance, and value.

Product Line

Their extensive product line includes items related to:

  • Bakeware
  • Cookware
  • Cutlery
  • Food Storage
  • Home Decor
  • Glassware & Barware
  • Kitchen Tools & Cleaners
  • Serveware
  • Specialty Foods

MLM Business – Getting started and how it works

To become a Princess House Consultant and begin your new business, you will need to purchase a Starter Kit.  This Kit will contain more than $585 in superior-quality products and business supplies.  Unfortunately, Princess House does not disclose the cost of this Starter Kit, so you will need to get in touch with a Consultant directly to learn more.

Along with your Starter Kit, you will receive access to a free replicated Princess House website to refer friends and relatives to learn more about their products, and the opportunity to become a Consultant in your business.

As a Princess House Consultant, you will be trained to sell products through the means of Home Parties.  You will schedule these parties in the homes of your friends, family, acquaintances, etc.

Hostess Rewards Program

Princess House offers a Hostess Rewards program to provide as an incentive to your friends and family members to host a party of their own.  Through this rewards program, they will receive free and half priced merchandise based upon the sales that you generate in their home.

Princess House Products image

Building the business

The Princess House business model is relatively simple.  Conduct home parties to generate sales.  More parties equals more money, so your income potential is totally up to you, and how much effort you desire to put into your business.

Earning Potential

According to company averages, the following breakdown will provide you with an idea of your earning potential in comparison to the time and effort that will be required.  This breakdown is based on the company average of $400 in Commissionable Volume from each party:

  • If you conduct 1 party per week, your monthly earnings will be $480.
  • If you conduct 2 parties per week, your monthly earnings will be $1,120.
  • If you conduct 3 parties per week, your monthly earnings will be $1,680.

Conduct more parties and earn more.  It is that simple!  When you recruit Consultants to duplicate your efforts, this will substantially increase your monthly earning potential.

Princess House Review Conclusion

In my opinion, Princess House is a legitimate home business opportunity.  This is not a scam.  They offer a full line of fantastic products that are manufactured with meticulous detail, providing their Consultants with high-quality products to promote and sell.

Setting realistic expectations…

However, don’t believe anyone who tells you that this business will be easy or simple.  Generating a steady and substantial income through home parties is dependent upon your ability to consistently schedule these parties, week after week, month after month.

Many can find this to be difficult when they are limited to their small network of friends and family members to grow their business.

While these methods are not impossible, they will be much more difficult than some may try to make it seem.

With that being said, if you begin your business with realistic expectations, and are willing to put forth the time and effort that this business will surely require, you can be successful selling Princess House products.

This concludes my Princess House Review!  If you have found this Princess House Review to be helpful, or if you have anything to add, please provide your feedback below!

Category: MLM Company Reviews

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Dave Fennell is the founder and editor of Marketing Methods Online and BloggerGo. Learn more about him here. You can also connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
  1. Dave Fennell says:

    Dave Fennell wrote this Princess House Review for those who are researching the Princess House Business Opportunity. I would love your feedback. If you have any experiences with this company, whether good or bad, please share them here to assist others in their research efforts.

    I greatly appreciate your feedback and expertise, and others will too!

    To Your Success,

    Dave Fennell

  2. Lauren says:

    Princess house is not a good business to work from, they offer trips and offers that they never pay to you after almost six months I did not receive my $1,000.00 check that I exchange for not going to Hawaii. The reason they gave me is because I have to pay a balance that I have with the company for $299.00 if I did not pay the balance they sent me a letter that I was not a organizer just a consultant I asked for the check that princess house owned me and deduct the $ 299.00 they said they can not do that instead they cancel my contract and my check that they promise never will show up companies like this one they should be reported as a scam just like herbalife. You pay a lot of money for samples and papers that you never need and the $125.00 check for every $500.00 sale will be like 70.00 or less after gas and papers for demostrations.

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