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|Nov 22, 2005 2:00 am||Has anyone heard of the Dream Team Training Program?||#|
|Curious...they advertise a training program that guarantees $50,000 in income in your primary MLM and that they will teach you how to add 20=30 reps a week.|
Private Reply to Lisa Edwards
|Nov 22, 2005 2:10 am||re: Has anyone heard of the Dream Team Training Program?||#|
|Give me their url. Is this Mentors in Motion or Mentors on a Mission?|
Private Reply to Ronald Hunter
|Nov 22, 2005 3:38 am||re: Has anyone heard of the Dream Team Training Program?||#|
Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901
I would be suspicious of any program that preaches "profit-by-recruitment." Whatever happened to placing an emphasis on "products and services?" The last time I checked only those folks looking for a job seek the services of a recruiter. Sadly, a lot of MLM-type programs - not all - thrive on the prospect of a volunteer salesforce. For them, the product is irrelevant. What matters most is recruitment of a large salesforce for downline commission overrides.
Think about this. When just one person decides to cancel a policy or return a product, the chargeback goes all the way up the chain of command. Every salesman involved in that particular upline loses money. And, where does the chargeback money go? It goes back to the parent company. MLM parent companies are not stupid. You won't find them working for advanced commissions. Oh no. They know how important positive cashflow is...which is sadly more than you can say for most of their voluntary workforce.
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Private Reply to Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901
|Nov 22, 2005 4:40 am||re: re: Has anyone heard of the Dream Team Training Program?||#|
|Personally, I am always suspicious of anyone advertising something that they are not willing to define outright (that means product, and company... and the ability to resell something is not in itself a product). If the name of the parent company is being hidden, that indicates MAJOR image problems on their part! If it truly IS the greatest thing, then it will have a good reputation, and that reputation should be the foremost marketing asset, not some hidden thing that is shamefully put forward only after they have given you the sales spiel.|
Just one of my personal red flags.
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Private Reply to Laura Wheeler
|Nov 22, 2005 12:32 pm||re: re: re: Has anyone heard of the Dream Team Training Program?||#|
Gary Mialocq, Ph.D.
Before I would Join I would insist that they give me the names and phone numbers of those who already had made $50,000 as a result of this effort.
Private Reply to Gary Mialocq, Ph.D.
|Nov 22, 2005 2:25 pm||re: re: re: re: Has anyone heard of the Dream Team Training Program?||#|
|The training is defined as the Art and Science of Marketing and focuses on teaching you how to sell your products and services to people who have expressed an interest in your product or service. They seem very focused on customers and say that people who get passionate about the product may want to become distributors. I have personally talked to 6 of their reps who are building downlines in their primary business with great success. None of them used the guarantee and most had been in MLM for years with no success. There is an opportunity to make money promoting the training but it is not a leveraged opportunity.|
I just wanted to find out if anyone was familiar with them.
They offer a written money back guarantee after 6 months if you are not "in profit" for any of the training classes and the 12 mo $50,000 is only related to the top level training class.
Private Reply to Lisa Edwards
|Nov 24, 2005 11:17 pm||re: re: re: re: re: Has anyone heard of the Dream Team Training Program?||#|
|I took the training and can answer questions for those of you who have them.|
Give me a call anytime.
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