Month: December 2016

Remind your friend that they are supposed to “sponsor up”

and that sponsoring high school seniors who have no clue about business is going to doom them to failure, because they don’t need the products and they can’t afford them anyway. What I found is (thankfully) many of the youngest IBOs quit early, since they simply can’t afford the functions, the tapes, etc. And more teachers are politically liberal and won’t appreciate the extreme conservatism from the stage, and hopefully won’t get hooked so easily. Maybe talking to the friend from this perspective will help get him to leave the young people alone.

Also, if he is going on campus to do this, the principal, the superintendent, the school board, and even the local police may be interested in hearing about this. I’m quite sure that he cannot legally solicit on campus.

I posted a couple of weeks ago about a friend who is now an IBO with Quixtar

Apparently, there isn’t much we can do to get him out of the business, but now it seems he is targeting our local elementary school teachers and high school seniors at the local high school.
What should I do? I hate to see such young people be victims of such a bad company.

My husband and I are anxious for the Dateline special on Quixtar to be aired. We will definitely make sure our friend sees this program.

There are a lot of people who join and

thankfully see through the hype quicker than the rest of us. So there is a chance, and not a small one, that they can be talked out of the business, and the earlier the better. You are giving up on them too easily. I’m not that cynical. All of my downline quit well before I did.