Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Positive memories from Quixtar

How can I forget, tasting heinz ketchup first time after quitting Quixtar. Heavenly compared to Quixtar ketchup we had for a year.

Things in life that you just can't forget. Some positive memories from Quixtar. Like:
  • Renting 3 movies on weekend

  • Not returning upline calls.
    (My upline, Ahmer Azam was trying to sucker me back in, told me to go to some rally on saturday and meet him on Sunday. Yeah, right! He called me at my work for 3 HOURS!!!!!! I had to promise else he won't let me go. Should have slammed the phone. And of course, punched him 7 times. 7 is lucky number)

  • Tasting Heinz Ketchup again!!!

  • Sleeping on bed at reasonable hour, guilt free. Not on car wheel.
PS: I'm back! Thanks Jody Victor.

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At 6/01/2006 07:37:00 PM, Anonymous rara said...


Welcome back!

I'll add to your list:


At 6/02/2006 04:09:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahahaah shows how serious you were about your biz... did you not know that Heinz Ketchup is available thru Quixtar? or are you just plain dumb?

At 6/02/2006 07:11:00 PM, Blogger Loser said...

How much PV that ketchup has?

Do you buy that? Or buy the Quixtar one that carries more PV? Whole point was to make PV.

The one available 'thru' Quixtar, how much that cost?

At 6/10/2006 08:52:00 PM, Blogger Joecool18 said...

Imran you're supposed to buy the ketchup for $5 from quixtar and get back .25 PV .55 BV and.

Of course you could buy the same ketchup at Walmart for $1.99

Yeah, he's right, why not buy from quixtar? :)

At 8/03/2006 03:46:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

awwww...poor little baby had to answer the phone and do stuff he didn't like..go whine to yourself why do you have to post this crap

At 8/29/2006 04:46:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To add to your list:

-Talking to someone in a public place without feeling I have to get their number to prospect them.
- Going to shopping malls to shop and not "harpoon" people for contact lists.
- Doing things with my family on a Saturday instead of going to a seminar/rally.

There's a guy I knew when I was still in the business back in 1996 who had only gone 1000 (on Christmas sales). We made it to Silver, but saw the writing on the wall. Anyway, this guy is STILL in, no closer to 7500 than he was 10 years ago but still "GOING DIAMOND!" Man, I feel sorry for him.

At 9/08/2006 05:32:00 PM, Anonymous John said...

You'll be doing things with your family on Saturdays for 40 plus years, but come May I'll be doing things with my family on Saturdays...and Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, too. Ultimately, the blame for your failure lies with you, not someone else. You quit the business because you either didn't have what it takes or didn't follow the system consistently and persistently. It's Free Enterprise--the opportunity for people to succeed, not the promise that they will.

At 9/14/2006 11:47:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well first off. It takes a commitment to be able to achieve anything good in life a relationship with your spouse children or job (just over broke). I understand that the business was just not for you but that does not mean it is not for other people. Why take away from others what you could not learn how to have. Keep doing what you are doing and you will keep getting what you are getting. Oh by the way how is your job going or are you maybe on welfare??? Living off the rest of us. How is your dept do you actually own anything? How is the savings in you bank account. I bet you have lots of time to focus on your priorities.. You know work and work and work. Then some time in there i am sure you kids or spouse come into play. Well i am embarresed for you. I truely do wish that you would have had a little more commitment and followed the system and maybe took your eyes off you and put them on your team. Don't take away from what us team members have dedicated ourselves to and achieved because you would not commit. Maybe one day when you look back at what could of been a couple sleepless nights might not have seem that bad after all. Oh and the hole ketchup $5 thing some one posted... well maybe if you were at 7500 things would look a little cheaper. But again that takes commitment

At 9/21/2006 12:52:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm embarrassed for you that you do not know how to spell that word, nor the world "truly" for that matter.

You ask him "how's his bank account" "How's your job" Etc. I'd ask the same of you. But I know the response I'll get.

"It's not where I am, it's where I'm going" "In 2 years I'll be diamond earning $1 million a year and you'll still be at your dead end 9 to 5 job" LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL! Do any of you have an original thought or do you just reapeat shit you hear all the time?

Going platinum- $3,000 a month
Going diamond- $7,500 a month
Having a mind of my own- PRICELESS!

You mindless drones are humiliating to not only yourselves, but your family and friends as well. I love how a guy or girl you've never met (your upline) can tell you shit like "If your family, friends or spouse don't support you, leave them. You don't need that negativity in your life"

What a fucking JOKE!

At 9/26/2006 07:15:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

some geyser from amivo wants me to join. i anint now. FFS.

At 10/13/2006 06:29:00 AM, Anonymous Christel said...

Wow. I shouldn't be suprised, but all of you who are posting in defense of Quixtar are just parroting the things you've been told! Do yourselves a favor and read the e-book Merchants of Deception All the hype you guys are spouting is in there, just about word for word. That's so pathetic.

For the record, I am not nor have I ever been an IBO or with any other MLM "company." I work for myself and I do what I want to when I want to.I don't have to answer to an upline or dress a certain way or attend any meetings or brainwash myself with tapes. I did have to work hard to get here, but it's all mine. I call all the shots, and I plan to keep it that way.

At 12/01/2006 12:51:00 AM, Anonymous august said...

You can google just about anything with the word "sucks" and find interesting discussions like these :) That said, I've never been involved in quixtar and never will be, but GAWD would someone PLEASE let me hear these tapes!???! They sound wonderfully cult-ish!

At 2/28/2007 01:12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My roommate,a former IBO(for 4 years) did this business and followed his upline every order just like following God's order. He wasted his 4 years in college and went down 20,000 dollars. I have seen how serious and committed he was b4 my own eyes. Yet he could not even make to 2500PV. If still some quixtar apologisers think that this business works then they are fooling themselves.

For all the quixtar koolair drinkers, pls contant me when you become millionaire, then I would signup.

At 3/13/2007 10:28:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I find it interesting that there are so many people who are in "the Business" who are so quick to point out how stupid they feel others are. I too was going diamond once apon a time and now that I am out I can live happily ever after. I am forever amazed that there are so many Quixtar troopers out there who are selling thier dreams to worship at the pv/bv alter. Yes selling your dreams.

I know there are going to be those who will say "you didn't work hard enough, it wasn't for you. You didn't take the lessons to heart." whatever. I still work my 9 to 5, am home every night and on weekends, instead of chasing my next cold contact or attending some rally where I have some guy saying the only way to succeed is his way,... tapes and books.

So to all the good little Quixtarits. You should research cult, take note of the various techniques used to convert people into a cult and compare that to the techniques being used on you and see how it measures up. Do that then come back and slag me and others like me all you want.

Now don't get me wrong I'm not trying to steal your dream. Dream all you like, as big as you like and good luck going diamond. Just remember those who live in glass house shouldn't throw stones and Quixtar sells alot of glass houses.

At 4/06/2007 10:35:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

$20,000 in 4 years huh? idiots...."hey i lost thousands of dollars this year, lets do it again!!"

At 10/01/2007 12:54:00 AM, Blogger Anonymous said...

For those who are on immigration visas:

H1b, F1, F2, H4 visa holders can't do this business. Its illegal for them to work in US according to INS/BCIS/USCIS.


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