|Sent on:||Monday, October 3, 2011 8:25 PM|
At first I was not going to reply to these letters regarding MLM, but since this hurt and disappointed me by the response I received I feel I must reply.
I was very excited to share this opportunity with other like-minded people, entrepreneurs like you, and hoped you would have the same excitement.
As one of the emails stated, I would be “hand picking” those individuals I would like to network with, yes this is true. As in any business, I would interview each person to see if they have these qualities; they are a team player, self-motivated, and dependable. These guidelines will determine whether or not we’ll work together and where you fit in on our team.
I feel this is done with any business, as many of you know, if you have went for a job interview.
Sorry If I have offended anybody, maybe my excitement got the best of me.
Dan & Shannon Allen
2925 Se 9th Street
Des Moines, IA 50315
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If you knew your nutritional supplements were made of petroleum and rocks, would you switch?
The truth about what’s really in most vitamins is shocking.
Coal tar, petroleum, rocks: they’re all common ingredients in synthetic supplements,
which make up 95% of the nutritional supplement market in America alone.*
And ingredients like that simply aren’t absorbed well (if at all) by your body.
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it’s no surprise that malnutrition is the #1 health risk in the world, affecting more than 925 million people worldwide.
Is this you?
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