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Re: Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by David on Wed Sep 01, 2010 6:22 pm

AHAHAHHAHA priceless James! Cheers dude..

Re: Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by David on Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:32 pm

Oh James, btw.. You'll notice every time someone comments negatively on your thread, 99% of the time they keep in SHORT and have a loud signature line.. usually with something to buy.. as I'm sure you may have noticed.

Anyway, good topic dude... I personally lost one of my 6-figure income streams this year - because of a similar situation to what you describe. Not quite as bad in my situation tho... more of a grey area this time around, but still co$tly :cry:

Cheers ;-)

Re: Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by David on Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:24 pm

yeah James.. that is flat out BULLSHIT in the worst demonic way... those companies deserve their eventual predictable reality of the internal decentralization and ensured damage they are left with.

It's SOOOO easy to be successful without screwing people over, but that's sometimes what amateurs do ;)


P.S. - as far as people's references to Google, that is NOT what they did to people, and their overall plan DOES have the users AND advertisers best interest at heart. :geek:

Re: Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by KurtHenninger on Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:15 pm

JusLeader wrote:
RichardBravo wrote:.

Well for starters...
I wouldn't start by spamming the most high profile network marketing forum in the world.
That kind of negative exposure could really tarnish your credibility. Image
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How about the tarnished reputations of all those distributor that introduced Efusjon to all their friends and family? Did Efusjon consider their representatives credibility going forward??


I'd have to agree with you there. Very unfortunate for the distributors of this company. I DO feel for them.

Absolutely crazy, but it seems to be a more common trend in the industry as more and more companies start-up and get going and seem to decide they don't like the network marketing model of business.

Re: Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by joejacobson on Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:10 pm

I don't know anything about this company, but the distributors did not have a gun pointed to their head when they joined. Everyone has to take responsibility for their own actions by doing their due diligence with any company. It's always best to not blame your sponsor, the company, your upline, the bad economy, the stock market, the political party in power, your spouse or anyone else. Just learn from the experience and become a smarter business owner.

Re: Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by Jus-Model on Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:06 pm

I feel so bad for all of em people :cry:

Re: Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by JusLeader on Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:48 pm

RichardBravo wrote:.

Well for starters...
I wouldn't start by spamming the most high profile network marketing forum in the world.
That kind of negative exposure could really tarnish your credibility. Image
.
.
.

How about the tarnished reputations of all those distributor that introduced Efusjon to all their friends and family? Did Efusjon consider their representatives credibility going forward??

Re: Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by RichardBravo on Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:30 pm

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Well for starters...
I wouldn't start by spamming the most high profile network marketing forum in the world.
That kind of negative exposure could really tarnish your credibility. Image
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Efusjon MLM Out of Business...Now What?

Post by JusLeader on Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:21 pm

What do you do if you're an Efusjon MLM out of business rep and just lost your income? :o

I know exactly how they are feeling because this has happened to me on more than one occasion over my 20+ years in the Network Marketing arena.

Imagine having invested your time, energy and resources and successfully built a team of over 4,000 strong.

You're living the life you've always dreamed of: traveling, time freedom, a new car, a new home...

Then you wake up one morning to find your company that you promoted and gave your loyalty to decides to stab you in the back.

My advice is to always promote and brand yourself. This way your business is you and you'll never have to worry about any company going out of business.

Companies come and companies go but the true leaders carry on with their heads held high :D

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