General Results: Does the bait need to be true? 17 years ago2 Commentsby Kim Klaver2 Views Results so far. 1. 2. —P.S. New Manifesto: “Friends, Lies…” click here to download – free. FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedIn
Any time you propose a time frame for earning an amount of money unless you deliver it is misleading and damaging to the Network Marketing industry.
If your company actually offers a guarantee like the one I described in my previous post, and if you describe all the stipulations of the guarantee, then it’s not misleading. If the person does what the guarantee plan stipulates and the company reimburses the difference between the, in our case, $6,000 and the commissions the person actually made, you’re stating an actual guarantee.
However, even then, in my opinion, you must be completely truthful about all stipulations and telling the person if you have not completed the time required for the guarantee. And, even then, this is not something that I personally lead with.
For me, any statement has to be truthful.
JUDY MARSHALL, Travel Consultant