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Jan 31, 2007

  1. Crabcake Johnny
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    When I contacted these guys a short while back I got assured over and over that they were NOT a MLM. Well, here's a snapshot of the brocure they just emailed me.

    *Must have two qualifying legs to get certain bonuses
    *Can only go 10 levels deep but unlimited width

    Hmmmmm....two qualifying legs? Unlimited income? Heavily focused on agents recuiting other agents? To me if it walks like a duck and talks like and duck it's a frick'n duck!

    Notice I'm not saying they're good or bad. You'll have to decide that for yourself. But for them to say it's not a MLM? Common.



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    man thats shocking....


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  3. NHB_MMA
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    Yep. That's definitely MLM.
     
  4. arnguy
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    Sti, where the hell do you get those pictures? They are great!
     
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    I hate to brag that "I told you so," but in my post back in December I stated that I suspected it was an MLM. You know the old adage: "If it walks like a duck, it quacks like a duck, and looks like a duck, it probably is a duck." And I don't mean the AFLAC quack-quack! :twisted:
     
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