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  • Submitted: Wed, February 19, 2003
  • Updated: Thu, November 02, 2006

  • Reported By:Randolph MA
Lexxus International
12901 Sutton Drive Dallas, Texas U.S.A.

Lexxus International false promises ripoff Dallas Texas

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Something to think about

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*UPDATE Employee: Stephanie, the Tsunami's taking off without you!

*Consumer Comment: STEPHANIE I FEEL YOU ARE WRONG!

*UPDATE Employee: Stephanie stop the crying!!!!!

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Lexxus International sucks and everybody whom writes back sticking up for a company that doesnt give a damn about them. You have to work from home because you can't cope with a real job and i am talking to Dan - Kahului, Hawaii, you sound very angry and your attitude is Lexxus acceptable because you are not a professional but when you work for Lexxus International you don't have to be professional you just need money.

I got out of International because i was not throwing good money after to bad. As far as you telling me to to my homework i did. If you never involve Oprah Winfrey, i would have never gave Lexxus another look. This is my last comment because i am as bad as Dan - Kahului, Hawaii if i continue this trival dispute. The bottom line is that Lexxus refunded my money because i don't play. If i to stay in lexxus this long i would stick up for lexxus too, but the difference between me and the other lexxus suckers is that lexxus was not going to just take my money and not help me to market it.

Dan - Kahului, Hawaii i know you are not making as much money from lexxus as you should because people that are making money wouldn't have time to rebuttal with me. See ya, you lexxus sucker, glad it's you and it not me. i got my money back. as far as the back office i got my money back on that too. i have another home base business that make since and not costing to make since. bye Dan - Kahului, Hawaii get a life and stop lexxus from pissing on you! :)

Stephanie
Randolph, Massachusetts
U.S.A.

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AUTHOR: Mitch - (Canada)

The fact is, Stephanie has had a bad experience and the rest of you have not. Maybe you have yet to maybe not. You are not in her position so leave her be. For you who have not, just a couple questions:
1. Are you actually making decent money (minus your required monthly Lexxus purchase) "working" for Lexxus? Do you think you will in the foreseeable future? Is your monthly/yearly seeing constant growth?
2. Are you confident enough in this company to quit your jobs and do this full time?
3. Why would Lexxus require you to buy their products, do they not have confidence that their products will appeal to and sell to non-distributors?

People have said Alura is their big moneymaker but they don't release how much was purchased by distributors and non-distributors. They introduce Alura to get people in so naturally distributors would be enticed to purchase more Alura then any-other product and perhaps that's why it's their big moneymaker.

Now let me tell you a little about my experience. My dad has owned and run a very successful consulting company for about 30 years. A few years ago he sold it and decided to move overseas to do some non-profit charity work. On coming back he felt the need to work again and getting older he didn't want to start a new business from the ground up.

2 years ago some good friends who had made very good income selling products for Axxx introduced him to Lexxus. He told me he was making in excess of $120,000 a year (and by the size of his house, you wouldn't doubt him) and he had been doing this for about 5 years. These friends were introduced by a Chinese businessman who had made $100,000 in a month working for Lexxus (wow).

Now with this kind of support and experience this was a for sure success right? Well what happened next might surprise some of you. After months and months of research, many group meetings and studying the information until we know it by heart we decided to buy in (we knew hard work was the flavour of the day). We all knew that we had to work our butts off because we knew the failure stories of many (My aunt especially she is neck deep in about 5 MLM schemes now and not making a penny on any). So after receiving our first products we went to work with our line and created very good presentations.
To make a very long story short.

A year later we were basically buying product that nobody wanted to buy. We were paying Lexxus every month to fill our already Lexxus crowded storage room. For one it was too expensive (due to the large overhead of paying off everyone in the line above you plus your own mark-up) and other larger more well known companies had already released similar cheaper products. So why would anyone want to risk more money on a company that they never heard about?

Anyways, we decided to go to a conference hosted by the founders of the company and the man who had made the most money off the company. After about an hour and a half we learned nothing. Pretty much they don't want you to sell the product, they want you to sell the idea of getting rich. They didn't mention anything about the products at all. Now, being in a family and team of very successful businessmen, the conclusion was becoming very clear.
1. The product never sold
2. The only product sold is the product bought by distributors
3. We were selling the idea of getting rich (which we couldn't guarantee) on products that we couldn't guarantee to work except by an aged celebrity who was paid well to promote the product (Here's a question, do you think Tyra Banks and Jennifer Lopez actually use L'Oreal hair colour?)

Now here is a run-down of what we all learned about Lexxus and MLM business after a couple years of working with Lexxus.
1. After getting signed up by a member, that member tends (not in all cases but in most) to sit around waiting for you to do the work because they feel their work is done and the money will come in for them (so, in other words, you have no team support). This has always been a problem for MLM companies.
2. If a company cannot be competitive in the market with their prices and if they are only selling an idea, then they have no confidence in their product.
3. The Alura has the same affect that toothpaste has on your genitalia (believe me, we had at least 10-15 women all different ages, sizes and ethnicity try it out) Of course any product with mint or mint related by-products in it will give you a cool tingly sensation. It's a placebo.
4. The products guarantee a longer life even though they are a new company and in no way know the long run effects of their products. What happens if they find out some of their products give you cancer down the road, that would change everything.
5. No matter how you look at it, the structure of MLM's are triangles, the top dogs make the top dollar, and the bottom feeders, well, make between 0-1500 a year and a majority of that will be gone from your monthly purchase expenses from Lexxus. Now, if you worked at McDonalds, you would be making a lot more.
6. Its like the lottery, not everyone can get rich, only those small few.
7. BUS 101 Not everyone can be CEO!! You need pee-ons.

So what happened to our team 2 years after our buy in?
Well this wealthy businessman has the 100,000 he made but that's all. We found out Lexxus was illegally operating in China and Lexxus distributors were actually being imprisoned!! So after many emails and phone calls, Lexxus released an email (you may have gotten it- it was because of us) That China was closed (even though they had released that it was open previously) and that they were working with the government to come up with a MLM scheme that didn't screw a lot of people in the end, to put it bluntly. The Amway guy and his whole team, including us, are out of Lexxus and we still have a lot of product collecting dust.
So concluding this matter. Even with experience in similar fields and a pedigree of business endeavours, Lexxus was only selling an idea. Not making good money we could not ethically entice people into this company. So I'm not saying you can't make money, obviously Lexxus is doing well for itself (29 countries means nothing, Enron was big too once) but is it because of the money they are making off themselves or is it because people not associated with the company actually see good value for their money? Maybe we just had a run of bad luck but ask yourself this: Are you actually making an income you can live on? Are you selling an idea or are you selling the actual product? With the amount you have earned subtract the amount of product you have on hand and does it leave you with a net profit? If you don't make money, how will you confront the people you enticed? Will they ever trust you again?

With those of you not convinced, good luck and be careful and don't rag on people who don't have success, maybe they did try hard maybe they didn't, don't assume anything.

Peace
Mitch
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AUTHOR: Mitch - (Canada)

The fact is, Stephanie has had a bad experience and the rest of you have not. Maybe you have yet to maybe not. You are not in her position so leave her be. For you who have not, just a couple questions:
1. Are you actually making decent money (minus your required monthly Lexxus purchase) "working" for Lexxus? Do you think you will in the foreseeable future? Is your monthly/yearly seeing constant growth?
2. Are you confident enough in this company to quit your jobs and do this full time?
3. Why would Lexxus require you to buy their products, do they not have confidence that their products will appeal to and sell to non-distributors?

People have said Alura is their big moneymaker but they don't release how much was purchased by distributors and non-distributors. They introduce Alura to get people in so naturally distributors would be enticed to purchase more Alura then any-other product and perhaps that's why it's their big moneymaker.

Now let me tell you a little about my experience. My dad has owned and run a very successful consulting company for about 30 years. A few years ago he sold it and decided to move overseas to do some non-profit charity work. On coming back he felt the need to work again and getting older he didn't want to start a new business from the ground up.

2 years ago some good friends who had made very good income selling products for Axxx introduced him to Lexxus. He told me he was making in excess of $120,000 a year (and by the size of his house, you wouldn't doubt him) and he had been doing this for about 5 years. These friends were introduced by a Chinese businessman who had made $100,000 in a month working for Lexxus (wow).

Now with this kind of support and experience this was a for sure success right? Well what happened next might surprise some of you. After months and months of research, many group meetings and studying the information until we know it by heart we decided to buy in (we knew hard work was the flavour of the day). We all knew that we had to work our butts off because we knew the failure stories of many (My aunt especially she is neck deep in about 5 MLM schemes now and not making a penny on any). So after receiving our first products we went to work with our line and created very good presentations.
To make a very long story short.

A year later we were basically buying product that nobody wanted to buy. We were paying Lexxus every month to fill our already Lexxus crowded storage room. For one it was too expensive (due to the large overhead of paying off everyone in the line above you plus your own mark-up) and other larger more well known companies had already released similar cheaper products. So why would anyone want to risk more money on a company that they never heard about?

Anyways, we decided to go to a conference hosted by the founders of the company and the man who had made the most money off the company. After about an hour and a half we learned nothing. Pretty much they don't want you to sell the product, they want you to sell the idea of getting rich. They didn't mention anything about the products at all. Now, being in a family and team of very successful businessmen, the conclusion was becoming very clear.
1. The product never sold
2. The only product sold is the product bought by distributors
3. We were selling the idea of getting rich (which we couldn't guarantee) on products that we couldn't guarantee to work except by an aged celebrity who was paid well to promote the product (Here's a question, do you think Tyra Banks and Jennifer Lopez actually use L'Oreal hair colour?)

Now here is a run-down of what we all learned about Lexxus and MLM business after a couple years of working with Lexxus.
1. After getting signed up by a member, that member tends (not in all cases but in most) to sit around waiting for you to do the work because they feel their work is done and the money will come in for them (so, in other words, you have no team support). This has always been a problem for MLM companies.
2. If a company cannot be competitive in the market with their prices and if they are only selling an idea, then they have no confidence in their product.
3. The Alura has the same affect that toothpaste has on your genitalia (believe me, we had at least 10-15 women all different ages, sizes and ethnicity try it out) Of course any product with mint or mint related by-products in it will give you a cool tingly sensation. It's a placebo.
4. The products guarantee a longer life even though they are a new company and in no way know the long run effects of their products. What happens if they find out some of their products give you cancer down the road, that would change everything.
5. No matter how you look at it, the structure of MLM's are triangles, the top dogs make the top dollar, and the bottom feeders, well, make between 0-1500 a year and a majority of that will be gone from your monthly purchase expenses from Lexxus. Now, if you worked at McDonalds, you would be making a lot more.
6. Its like the lottery, not everyone can get rich, only those small few.
7. BUS 101 Not everyone can be CEO!! You need pee-ons.

So what happened to our team 2 years after our buy in?
Well this wealthy businessman has the 100,000 he made but that's all. We found out Lexxus was illegally operating in China and Lexxus distributors were actually being imprisoned!! So after many emails and phone calls, Lexxus released an email (you may have gotten it- it was because of us) That China was closed (even though they had released that it was open previously) and that they were working with the government to come up with a MLM scheme that didn't screw a lot of people in the end, to put it bluntly. The Amway guy and his whole team, including us, are out of Lexxus and we still have a lot of product collecting dust.
So concluding this matter. Even with experience in similar fields and a pedigree of business endeavours, Lexxus was only selling an idea. Not making good money we could not ethically entice people into this company. So I'm not saying you can't make money, obviously Lexxus is doing well for itself (29 countries means nothing, Enron was big too once) but is it because of the money they are making off themselves or is it because people not associated with the company actually see good value for their money? Maybe we just had a run of bad luck but ask yourself this: Are you actually making an income you can live on? Are you selling an idea or are you selling the actual product? With the amount you have earned subtract the amount of product you have on hand and does it leave you with a net profit? If you don't make money, how will you confront the people you enticed? Will they ever trust you again?

With those of you not convinced, good luck and be careful and don't rag on people who don't have success, maybe they did try hard maybe they didn't, don't assume anything.

Peace
Mitch
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#3 UPDATE EX-employee responds

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AUTHOR: Mitch - (Canada)

The fact is, Stephanie has had a bad experience and the rest of you have not. Maybe you have yet to maybe not. You are not in her position so leave her be. For you who have not, just a couple questions:
1. Are you actually making decent money (minus your required monthly Lexxus purchase) "working" for Lexxus? Do you think you will in the foreseeable future? Is your monthly/yearly seeing constant growth?
2. Are you confident enough in this company to quit your jobs and do this full time?
3. Why would Lexxus require you to buy their products, do they not have confidence that their products will appeal to and sell to non-distributors?

People have said Alura is their big moneymaker but they don't release how much was purchased by distributors and non-distributors. They introduce Alura to get people in so naturally distributors would be enticed to purchase more Alura then any-other product and perhaps that's why it's their big moneymaker.

Now let me tell you a little about my experience. My dad has owned and run a very successful consulting company for about 30 years. A few years ago he sold it and decided to move overseas to do some non-profit charity work. On coming back he felt the need to work again and getting older he didn't want to start a new business from the ground up.

2 years ago some good friends who had made very good income selling products for Axxx introduced him to Lexxus. He told me he was making in excess of $120,000 a year (and by the size of his house, you wouldn't doubt him) and he had been doing this for about 5 years. These friends were introduced by a Chinese businessman who had made $100,000 in a month working for Lexxus (wow).

Now with this kind of support and experience this was a for sure success right? Well what happened next might surprise some of you. After months and months of research, many group meetings and studying the information until we know it by heart we decided to buy in (we knew hard work was the flavour of the day). We all knew that we had to work our butts off because we knew the failure stories of many (My aunt especially she is neck deep in about 5 MLM schemes now and not making a penny on any). So after receiving our first products we went to work with our line and created very good presentations.
To make a very long story short.

A year later we were basically buying product that nobody wanted to buy. We were paying Lexxus every month to fill our already Lexxus crowded storage room. For one it was too expensive (due to the large overhead of paying off everyone in the line above you plus your own mark-up) and other larger more well known companies had already released similar cheaper products. So why would anyone want to risk more money on a company that they never heard about?

Anyways, we decided to go to a conference hosted by the founders of the company and the man who had made the most money off the company. After about an hour and a half we learned nothing. Pretty much they don't want you to sell the product, they want you to sell the idea of getting rich. They didn't mention anything about the products at all. Now, being in a family and team of very successful businessmen, the conclusion was becoming very clear.
1. The product never sold
2. The only product sold is the product bought by distributors
3. We were selling the idea of getting rich (which we couldn't guarantee) on products that we couldn't guarantee to work except by an aged celebrity who was paid well to promote the product (Here's a question, do you think Tyra Banks and Jennifer Lopez actually use L'Oreal hair colour?)

Now here is a run-down of what we all learned about Lexxus and MLM business after a couple years of working with Lexxus.
1. After getting signed up by a member, that member tends (not in all cases but in most) to sit around waiting for you to do the work because they feel their work is done and the money will come in for them (so, in other words, you have no team support). This has always been a problem for MLM companies.
2. If a company cannot be competitive in the market with their prices and if they are only selling an idea, then they have no confidence in their product.
3. The Alura has the same affect that toothpaste has on your genitalia (believe me, we had at least 10-15 women all different ages, sizes and ethnicity try it out) Of course any product with mint or mint related by-products in it will give you a cool tingly sensation. It's a placebo.
4. The products guarantee a longer life even though they are a new company and in no way know the long run effects of their products. What happens if they find out some of their products give you cancer down the road, that would change everything.
5. No matter how you look at it, the structure of MLM's are triangles, the top dogs make the top dollar, and the bottom feeders, well, make between 0-1500 a year and a majority of that will be gone from your monthly purchase expenses from Lexxus. Now, if you worked at McDonalds, you would be making a lot more.
6. Its like the lottery, not everyone can get rich, only those small few.
7. BUS 101 Not everyone can be CEO!! You need pee-ons.

So what happened to our team 2 years after our buy in?
Well this wealthy businessman has the 100,000 he made but that's all. We found out Lexxus was illegally operating in China and Lexxus distributors were actually being imprisoned!! So after many emails and phone calls, Lexxus released an email (you may have gotten it- it was because of us) That China was closed (even though they had released that it was open previously) and that they were working with the government to come up with a MLM scheme that didn't screw a lot of people in the end, to put it bluntly. The Amway guy and his whole team, including us, are out of Lexxus and we still have a lot of product collecting dust.
So concluding this matter. Even with experience in similar fields and a pedigree of business endeavours, Lexxus was only selling an idea. Not making good money we could not ethically entice people into this company. So I'm not saying you can't make money, obviously Lexxus is doing well for itself (29 countries means nothing, Enron was big too once) but is it because of the money they are making off themselves or is it because people not associated with the company actually see good value for their money? Maybe we just had a run of bad luck but ask yourself this: Are you actually making an income you can live on? Are you selling an idea or are you selling the actual product? With the amount you have earned subtract the amount of product you have on hand and does it leave you with a net profit? If you don't make money, how will you confront the people you enticed? Will they ever trust you again?

With those of you not convinced, good luck and be careful and don't rag on people who don't have success, maybe they did try hard maybe they didn't, don't assume anything.

Peace
Mitch
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AUTHOR: Mitch - (Canada)

The fact is, Stephanie has had a bad experience and the rest of you have not. Maybe you have yet to maybe not. You are not in her position so leave her be. For you who have not, just a couple questions:
1. Are you actually making decent money (minus your required monthly Lexxus purchase) "working" for Lexxus? Do you think you will in the foreseeable future? Is your monthly/yearly seeing constant growth?
2. Are you confident enough in this company to quit your jobs and do this full time?
3. Why would Lexxus require you to buy their products, do they not have confidence that their products will appeal to and sell to non-distributors?

People have said Alura is their big moneymaker but they don't release how much was purchased by distributors and non-distributors. They introduce Alura to get people in so naturally distributors would be enticed to purchase more Alura then any-other product and perhaps that's why it's their big moneymaker.

Now let me tell you a little about my experience. My dad has owned and run a very successful consulting company for about 30 years. A few years ago he sold it and decided to move overseas to do some non-profit charity work. On coming back he felt the need to work again and getting older he didn't want to start a new business from the ground up.

2 years ago some good friends who had made very good income selling products for Axxx introduced him to Lexxus. He told me he was making in excess of $120,000 a year (and by the size of his house, you wouldn't doubt him) and he had been doing this for about 5 years. These friends were introduced by a Chinese businessman who had made $100,000 in a month working for Lexxus (wow).

Now with this kind of support and experience this was a for sure success right? Well what happened next might surprise some of you. After months and months of research, many group meetings and studying the information until we know it by heart we decided to buy in (we knew hard work was the flavour of the day). We all knew that we had to work our butts off because we knew the failure stories of many (My aunt especially she is neck deep in about 5 MLM schemes now and not making a penny on any). So after receiving our first products we went to work with our line and created very good presentations.
To make a very long story short.

A year later we were basically buying product that nobody wanted to buy. We were paying Lexxus every month to fill our already Lexxus crowded storage room. For one it was too expensive (due to the large overhead of paying off everyone in the line above you plus your own mark-up) and other larger more well known companies had already released similar cheaper products. So why would anyone want to risk more money on a company that they never heard about?

Anyways, we decided to go to a conference hosted by the founders of the company and the man who had made the most money off the company. After about an hour and a half we learned nothing. Pretty much they don't want you to sell the product, they want you to sell the idea of getting rich. They didn't mention anything about the products at all. Now, being in a family and team of very successful businessmen, the conclusion was becoming very clear.
1. The product never sold
2. The only product sold is the product bought by distributors
3. We were selling the idea of getting rich (which we couldn't guarantee) on products that we couldn't guarantee to work except by an aged celebrity who was paid well to promote the product (Here's a question, do you think Tyra Banks and Jennifer Lopez actually use L'Oreal hair colour?)

Now here is a run-down of what we all learned about Lexxus and MLM business after a couple years of working with Lexxus.
1. After getting signed up by a member, that member tends (not in all cases but in most) to sit around waiting for you to do the work because they feel their work is done and the money will come in for them (so, in other words, you have no team support). This has always been a problem for MLM companies.
2. If a company cannot be competitive in the market with their prices and if they are only selling an idea, then they have no confidence in their product.
3. The Alura has the same affect that toothpaste has on your genitalia (believe me, we had at least 10-15 women all different ages, sizes and ethnicity try it out) Of course any product with mint or mint related by-products in it will give you a cool tingly sensation. It's a placebo.
4. The products guarantee a longer life even though they are a new company and in no way know the long run effects of their products. What happens if they find out some of their products give you cancer down the road, that would change everything.
5. No matter how you look at it, the structure of MLM's are triangles, the top dogs make the top dollar, and the bottom feeders, well, make between 0-1500 a year and a majority of that will be gone from your monthly purchase expenses from Lexxus. Now, if you worked at McDonalds, you would be making a lot more.
6. Its like the lottery, not everyone can get rich, only those small few.
7. BUS 101 Not everyone can be CEO!! You need pee-ons.

So what happened to our team 2 years after our buy in?
Well this wealthy businessman has the 100,000 he made but that's all. We found out Lexxus was illegally operating in China and Lexxus distributors were actually being imprisoned!! So after many emails and phone calls, Lexxus released an email (you may have gotten it- it was because of us) That China was closed (even though they had released that it was open previously) and that they were working with the government to come up with a MLM scheme that didn't screw a lot of people in the end, to put it bluntly. The Amway guy and his whole team, including us, are out of Lexxus and we still have a lot of product collecting dust.
So concluding this matter. Even with experience in similar fields and a pedigree of business endeavours, Lexxus was only selling an idea. Not making good money we could not ethically entice people into this company. So I'm not saying you can't make money, obviously Lexxus is doing well for itself (29 countries means nothing, Enron was big too once) but is it because of the money they are making off themselves or is it because people not associated with the company actually see good value for their money? Maybe we just had a run of bad luck but ask yourself this: Are you actually making an income you can live on? Are you selling an idea or are you selling the actual product? With the amount you have earned subtract the amount of product you have on hand and does it leave you with a net profit? If you don't make money, how will you confront the people you enticed? Will they ever trust you again?

With those of you not convinced, good luck and be careful and don't rag on people who don't have success, maybe they did try hard maybe they didn't, don't assume anything.

Peace
Mitch
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#5 UPDATE Employee

Stephanie, the Tsunami's taking off without you!

AUTHOR: Kamailii - (U.S.A.)

Guess whoooo??? I'm back! The Kamailii who started it all...and right about to end it. So, how you doin' Stephanie? I hope you're just as excited as I am! I'll tell you what's so exciting... Lexxus International is not just a wave, but a tsunami ready to take off without you! And let me tell you, Stephanie, this is the thrill of a lifetime!

Stephanie I've been observing everything that you've been saying and complaining about, and really everything boils down to this:
There's a great Tsunami ready to take momentum, and you chose not to ride. Stephanie, your anger, and self-contradiction really shows by your choice of words and how you express yourself. Your immaturity also shows by how you present yourself.

Now, I admit I don't know you Stephanie, but as far as you're complaints go, it seems you have a lot to learn about not just Network Marketing, but about your attitude in whole. "First extract the rafter out of your own eye before trying to extract the straw out of someone elses" Inotherwards, your problem is that you don't SEE the problem, because you haven't removed the rafter(BIG problem) out of your own eye to even have the capability to see the straw (little problem) in somebody else's. Therefore, who are you to judge and point fingers at Lexxus International???

Hmmmmm....really think about that one, Steph. The vision with Lexxus International is something you can't see because of the rafter in your eye.
So really it's your attitude and perspective on matters.

You know, life is 10% what happens and 90% how you react to it. So what matters more is not "what in world happened?!" because that's something you CAN'T control, but it's "what in the world are you gonna do about it..." because that's something you CAN control.
So I hope you find success and happiness in your journey through life, as much as I already am in mine...
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STEPHANIE I FEEL YOU ARE WRONG!

AUTHOR: JUVY - (U.S.A.)

I feel Dan must be doing well especially when i read about everything that everyone has to say about the company Lexxus International. To do a network company internationally is huge.I can tell that the company must be doing well because of the positive feed backs from everyone except Stephanie.

I guess you can't make everybody happy. To bad that there are people out there trying to make things bad for everyone who want's to make a change for the better. Network companies can help supply the demand that the world needs and wants if people can see that then maybe people like Stephanie would understand why we need someone like Dan to help the world.

STEPHANIE you are wrong about Lexxus and it's people they are not suckers you are if you think the world evolves around only you! i have read about your complaints and it seems to me that all you do is cry, you have not convinced me why someone shouldn't join Lexxus.

All you shown me is how to blame and to be NEGATIVE You should listen to what everyone is telling and what Dan is telling you stay positve. I have not done a network company yet! but Lexxus sounds very good! I want to thank everyone about the information on the company and i especially want to thank Dan for showing me that there is still people out there trying to succeed and to help others reach for their dreams God Bless.
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Stephanie stop the crying!!!!!

AUTHOR: Dan - (U.S.A.)

The real reason Lexxus gave you back your money is because they didn't need someone like you that cry's alot! I can also tell that you don't know anything about networking because if you did you would have stayed.

You also said that we have to work at home because we cant cope with a real job , but what about you ? you just mentioned that you got involved with another homebase business. Sounds like somebody don't know what she's talking about! Also thank god this is the last time because i sure hate to have to prove you wrong all the time.

My business is doing very well, in fact it's now moving in the international countries as we speak, that is the reason why i can write to you because i now have time due to the fact of networking my business world wide.

I know what's happening in the networking world and it's my job to know how do you think i found this site! Another thing i NETWORK so i don't have to work at a job!! GET IT , GOT IT , GOOD!

SO again you can cry, or be mad at the world or you can get a job and work for the rest of your life, what ever you do take deep breaths and just say no! One more thing, if you want to succeed in life stop making excuses and just do it!

The problem is you may have made a mistake, the business wasn't for you or your lazy , but what ever the reason to stay mad because things didn't go your way is crazy! Life is to short to cry about every spilled milk! You need to take the good and the bad and if you take the good then it's great ,but if you take the bad you need to learn to live with it. Life is not always perfect.

So i hope your homebase business goes well and remember what i told you, take the good and the bad well.
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