Team National... is it a scam?

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by Lairvine, Sep 12, 2006.

  1. Lairvine

    Lairvine Pure-T-Mommicked, son!!!

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    I have people I know calling me wanting me to sign up... they are telling me I can make lottsa $$$$ ..
    I think that there is more to it.
    Have any of ya'll tried it?
     
  2. Siryet

    Siryet In Remembrance

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  3. rambler

    rambler Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Doesn't everyone just hang up on the MLM promises of lotsa money?

    Why would _anyone_ give you lots of money? If it were that easy to make that much money, WHY would they need you around? They would just make it all for themselves. They are actually trying to talk _you_ out of money, so they can keep it all.

    It's a fool's game. The few who start it early get all the money, everyone else who joins in later give up their money.

    Forget about it. Get a membership at Sam's club, will be a lot better deal for you.

    --->Paul
     
  4. Deenie

    Deenie Active Member

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    About 4 years ago, my husband and I joined. We worked the business hard.
    had a formal meeting once a week even for about 9 months..

    How much money did we make?
    $0.00!

    Maybe we saved a little with insurance, however no one has to be a
    member to recieve these benefits...

    Can you make money from this?
    Of course, but it takes time and you must be able to have a back up
    in the meantime.

    I am a big believer in network marketing... It has proven you can make money, however I would not suggest this one based only on my personal
    experience.

    Good luck with either road you chose to go.

    Deenie
     
  5. BeeFree

    BeeFree Well-Known Member Supporter

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    We joined it when it was NationWide. Stayed on for a couple years and used some of the benefits they have such as the long distance phone service.

    Then we dropped out. Some people were making lots of money from it, but we couldn't. It is hard to convince people to join when you don't really believe in it.

    What is funny now, some of the people we asked to join when we were in it, have since joined under someone else and then asked us to join again. Don't think so.
     
  6. Lairvine

    Lairvine Pure-T-Mommicked, son!!!

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    Thanks for the replies.