I had been unemployed and had a little under $2,000 dollars in my account while I was desperately looking for work.That's not a lot, considering all the bills were due!
I was told about all of the fabulous money I could make with this company and told all of the wonderful success stories. That this was my ticket to financial freedom! That I would be crazy not to get in on this! I felt high pressured into joining, and felt like I had no other option but to say yes. I hear myself saying that and I know it sounds crazy!
I bought the almost $700 starter kit, and she was just so thrilled to take my money! Then I realized that she wanted me to sell this stuff on Facebook! She wanted me to make at least 2 posts every day, pictures and words that were copied and pasted! She didn't care at all that I had never tried the products myself!
She also wanted me to send private messages on Facebook messenger about R+F, to 200 friends in 2 weeks! I dont have 200 friends! So, she wanted me to think all the way back to childhood and think of everyone I could, and friend request them on FB... just to sell to them! Basically she wanted me to harass everyone I've ever known!
When I became a consultant, lots of people on my "team," friend requested me and I was also added to private groups on Facebook designed to push team members to sell. I have had multiple texts and messages pushing me to "get my business rolling" even after I've asked for time to use the products and see results before I do that. I felt that I was being harassed! When I opened Facebook all I would see is R+F posts!
After using the products, I felt they were mediocre at best. Any questions I had about the products went unanswered because this company teaches you nothing about it or skin care in general! These people know nothing about skincare and zero about the products they are pushing! It's more about making money than actually benefiting the customer!
There may be money to be made in this company... but at what cost??
All of my friends and family hating and avoiding me?No thanks, I'd rather be poor!