13 episodes

What if we told you that with zero experience and only a few hundred dollars down, this podcast could change your life? Well, we’d be lying. This season on The Dream, Jane Marie dives into the world of pyramid schemes, multi-level marketing, and all the other businesses that require their members to recruit their nearest and dearest in hopes of a commission. Join us as we trace the path of get-rich schemes from Jane’s roots in rural Michigan all the way to the White House. 

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 8.6K Ratings

What if we told you that with zero experience and only a few hundred dollars down, this podcast could change your life? Well, we’d be lying. This season on The Dream, Jane Marie dives into the world of pyramid schemes, multi-level marketing, and all the other businesses that require their members to recruit their nearest and dearest in hopes of a commission. Join us as we trace the path of get-rich schemes from Jane’s roots in rural Michigan all the way to the White House. 

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
8.6K Ratings

8.6K Ratings

The Great Glass Alavator ,

fantastic

Really interesting and surprisingly nuanced dive into the world of mlms. Hope there's more to come from this team.

alozzd ,

Interesting but poor editing and very biased

This podcast is very interesting! The topic is great. But I’d say it’s not very “tight”. It’s not super clean or concise, and just appears not well edited when compared to other top podcasts. It’s also EXTREMELY biased, and I couldn’t even finish the last episode because of how poorly the “reporters” acted. They came off as rude, biased, and not willing to listen to another view or give their guest time to speak. It left me with a really icky feeling.

mmmarinaaaaaa12345 ,

Dumb jokes ruins the tone

The subject matter is super interesting and hooked me in after the first episode. Around the 4th, the interviewers cringey, disruptive jokes really got to me.

The first few episodes positioned the podcast like investigative journalism, yet the host kept making jokes about serious subjects and interrupting her guests to make them. I got the feeling she was trying for a How Stuff Works type of irreverent, conversational humor, but couldn’t pull it off.

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