Saturday, October 01, 2005

Quixtar Playbook #4

A brave, yet anonymous IBO commented
Do you people really think companies like Barnes & Noble, Office Max, Nike, Bass Pro Shops, and Circuit City would put their name on the line and risk losing their hard earned credibility just to SCAM you guys? You people need to get educated.
And it is quite common rebuttal by IBOs. Quixtar is legit because many credible businesses have put their 'name on the line' to be partner with them.

Dude, they let IBO buy. That's all. Any one would, without putting their credibility "on the line". Nike shoes are really popular among rapists. Nike loses any credibility?

On a side note, I'm not going any where. Break is just a break. Frequencey may vary. I am sepnding more time learning dot net, Visio and football. That's all.

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At 11/08/2005 01:50:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll be another Anonymous IBO that posts a reply to your blog.

If you wish to contact me, I'll provide an email address to you since I'm not a registered Blog user.

Anyways, you are indeed correct when you say that IBOs would say that as a defense for the business. Because it is true.

I could careless if you called me a Quixtar Zombie or some pointless variation of that.

Do you think they, the well paid lawyers, with university degrees, and large incomes, who work for Barnes and Noble, Circuit City, etc, probably did more research than a simple search on Google?

I'm pretty sure they saw the Dateline Episode on MSNBC, all the other stuff on the web and yet they still signed a contract with Quixtar. Huh, interesting.

There's lots of ways to make money. They didn't have to partner with Quixtar, they were already successful thriving businesses.

To my recollection, Barnes and Noble signed on with Quixtar after that episode aired.

What the other IBO meant was that if Circuit City, Barnes and Noble, the list goes on, were partnered with something illegal, the media would report it IMMEDIATELY.

Example: Walmart not paying their elderly employees as much and keeping them working beyond 8 hours a day. That was on the news not too long ago. Does that hurt Walmart?

Of course it does. Look at Enron, not saying they're a partner. But do you think people are going to do business with Enron or even work for Enron after that?

Everything above I've said can be backed up by facts.

One quick question, how do you know Nike shoes are popular among rapists? It seems like you're some sort of expert when it comes to rapists. You could have chosen examples backed up with some credible statistics.

In additition, to the IBOs who are reading this comment, don't waste your time on someone who will not pay your bills at the end of the month nor will he/she support your family if something were to happen to you.

Here check out this website.

And hear what the Partner Stores have to say.

As to Loser, I will say that this business is not perfect, but show me any traditional business that is absolutely without flaw.

This business pays IBOs based on structure and PV in the business, as long as the 50PV member/client rule is properly fufilled and is not hard to do with practice.

You can criticize the tool business to your heart's content. But then you should also crticize the universities for charging such absurd prices for their textbooks.

I'd much rather pay for a $7.50 CD filled with knowledge I can use immediately.

Compare that to a $100+ college textbook that I may not even crack open and have you even thought of college buybacks?

Man, that's so a scam too... Ya buy a new $100+ text book, only to find out that the professor, who makes money off the books, as well as the publishing company, creates a new version.

The only changes is that he highlights a few words here and there, adds a chapter or two.

Only that new version will be used next semester and thus you get $0 back for a book you might not even read.

At 11/08/2005 06:50:00 PM, Blogger Loser said...



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