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anyone here know what that is? what do they sell? how much cash do they hit you up for? please share any and all experiences; good and bad. thanks!
 

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there is a thread by heket in the Bizz opp review that talks about this general company that hosts the different sub catagories such as imoms, stayin home and lovin it and others.<br><br>
To overly generalize, teh company offers discounts on monthly purchases of melecua products and you can earn income by having others sign up to use the melecua products on a monthly basis in the same manner...the more people who sign up through you as the connection point , the more money you can earn.<br><br>
The company is not allowed to come right out and say they sell melecua and in fact will deny that they sell the product, which still confuses me since the only way you are going to make money with them is by getting people to buy this product line? But I guess it is all in the wording...instead of saying they sell it they may say they are offering a discount on a product you use anyway...it's all on the spin.<br><br>
That's what i understand, anyway...not sure about the actual dollars and cents.
 

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Hi all,<br>
Thanks for the intro, Lala <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"> Just to address this point:<br><div style="margin:20px;margin-top:5px;">
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<div style="font-style:italic;">The company is not allowed to come right out and say they sell melecua and in fact will deny that they sell the product, which still confuses me since the only way you are going to make money with them is by getting people to buy this product line? But I guess it is all in the wording...instead of saying they sell it they may say they are offering a discount on a product you use anyway...it's all on the spin.</div>
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I think since it's all meant to really be word of mouth rather than mass marketing, this is what confuses most people. It's an attempt to keep integrity since new customers should learn about the opportunity through a one-on-one interaction rather than in a larger setting like this.<br><br>
I know it's a generalization, but I'm not sure if all of us would deny it. I guess you'd have to ask the right questions to know if we are or aren't affliated with the company. But you're right in the generalization, it would be difficult if you couldn't outright state the name. So then I guess that leads you back to the above paragraph.<br><br>
HTH. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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I tried to check out the company and really didn't find out much information, which just smacks of MLM stuff to me. I mean, c'mon, they say no sales involved, yet you make money? I'd steer clear, IMO.
 

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I don't like the fact that you have to spend money every month to stay a consultant. I bet they make more money off of their "consultants" than actual customers. A company should not require that you buy a monthly minimum.
 
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