There has been a lot of talk, both positive and negative, about joining Forever Living as a way to make money. It is best to set things straight. The way to do this is to review the background of the.
Beobachter, schmunzel aber wenn er denn denken kann, weshalb schreibt er dann immer wieder mit verlaub so einen Quatsch?
Where to start??? First, the “back-up” orders are crap. Most of the stuff that I get, I dont even want. Second, When I try chat with a rep about some certain products, the gie me a number to call, And I ask them, you dont know the products you are selling???
There are also some very concerning controversies surrounding the founder, Gary Young, which I would suggest that you research on your own.
Multi-Level Marketing, also known as MLM, is a scam. Yeah, I said it. Before I get started, I know this post is likely to ruffle a few feathers. Hopefully if you are involved in MLM though.
Rebecca Friedrich Datum:
I have been with them for a year now. I have to agree about customer service. I love the oils but hate that I do my order on the 2nd of the month and they take weeks to ship and more weeks to get here.
Das sind Tausend Umsatz.
Name: Dennis von Frankenberg Datum: Was das Haarwuchsmittel angeht kann ich nichts sagen aber wenn Fragen sind zur den Ethnoprodukten kann ich durchaus weiterhelfen.
Once you purchase that kit, you are signing up as a member and a distributor and are bound by their distributor agreement, whether you clepage sell or not.
To those going to the site referenced by Vanessa (www.tgcbtr.org) – just noting this is actually a doTERRA site, despite the url implying it’s www.tgcbtr.org me, this is pretty deceptive marketing when you have to scroll all the way to the bottom to even see it’s owned by doTERRA.
Please stay away from it.