You chose not to mention that because it doesn’t fit the trend of your review which was that STE was bad bad bad
But you didn’t do that.. You used nice charts and ratings to emphasis your point that STE was dying, even though actual data concludes it is growing, and you were extremely vague on your explaination of the F rating. You know the facts, you chose to be VERY elaborate with charts and ratings on how STE was surely dying off, and extremely vague on the F rating. You knew there were only 3 complaints out of 105k+ members filed, and 1 was addressed by the company and the other 2 were not confirmed if they were addressed.
Don’t take my word, his word, or the word of a renowned specialist in the MLM field, because everyone has their own agenda
You can not sit there and guess why people cancel and claim it as fact. Truth is you don’t know, and neither do I, but I do know this.. Some people WILL join STE because they really like what they hear and agree the business model is something they would be interested in, but they never actually think about what is required of them. Most of us have never been in a position where we had to sell an idea to someone, and it is a pretty cold hard reality that most of us do NOT possess the skills or knowledge of how to present the idea of this business to people. I’ve seen people try to send emails out asking for people to join, not get a response, and give up.. Another cancelled member to the list. That is why I advocate you UNDERSTAND FULLY what you are joining and what is expected of you. You can’t sit there, cite cancelled members, and dictate the obvious reason they left was because the business model doesn’t work. Speculation declared as fact is another disservice to your readers.
Do I read reviews? Of course I do.. That is how I found yours, that lady selling her “MLM are the devil” book, and others.. I just wish you would all do real investigative reporting before you released your reviews, as the ones I have read thus far are biased and filled with half truths.. Another example of half truths? The commission rules are so complex, left leg/right leg, it’s just too confusing! I remember reading that.. Really? It’s confusing? at least 1/3 points come from one side, 2/3 from the other. This is confusing? I remember reading a full paragraph on the complexities of the commission system in a review.. When I did my own research I laughed out loud.
My advice to all those looking for info on STE.. Do your own research using actual data and facts YOU yourself dig up, and don’t dig that info up on comments you find on the internet, because chances are they will be written by someone with an agenda. STE has pros and cons, like any business.. You should weigh them and see if the cons outweigh the pros for YOU.
Juggy: Thks for taking the time to write all this. I have been involved with STE since . Those who know my story, know that I was NOT interested at all. I have been approached many times with MLM opportunities, but I couldn’t get excited about selling Super Juice or wrinkle cream to people. However this made perfect sense to me. I think everyone will soon have their own personal virtual mall. Why click on Google and Yahoo and have them get paid, when I can go to my virtual mall / FreeLocalDates krakow cash-back web portal and pay myself? This has been attempted before, but that was back in the dial-up days . . . Now is the time for this because almost EVERYONE now has fast and efficient internet service at home, the economy is weak and people are looking to save money/make extra money. When you throw in the Go-Green movement (which at first I thought was just hype, but they are VERY serious about it) this is a home run. I have helped literally 100’s of people in NJ/NY area make a few extra thousand dollars a month. Whether its a car payment, tuition or a mortgage payment it all helps.