My husband and I wanted to become involved in our own business. We sought information on this opportunity. Upon doing so, a flood of forwards was sent to our inbox-which would be fine if they were informational and completely relevant. However, a multitude of team email forwards included heavy religious tones and bible quotes. I politely asked to be removed from the forwards list twice. After continuing to receive the unwanted religious emails I requested that I stopped being spammed. Here is the exact response I received, copied and pasted from my email, it's a bit psycho so brace yourself:
Date: March 23, 2006 5:37:15 AM PST
To: 'Ben & Amber Chaib'
Subject: RE: you're on Rich's team with Liberty League Int'l
Oh really, you don't like my tone,
I see, you kick people and when they kick you back you cry like a b____.
Again, if the reply all' gets to be too much for you; then just say so -- Be an intelligent adult and just say so.
I'd rather not support you and your bad attitude.
And what religious tone are you referring to?
If someone is struggling with their business and I use the phrase help them; that's religious to you.
That's your problem.
You ACT as if because of my e-mail you no longer want to be a part of Liberty League;
Who do you think you're kidding? Not me, you never had it in you to make it here at LLI.
This business is a great opportunity and you will never bring this business down, because you are SMALL.
p.s. is it few or too many - jokes on you Mr. you're not as important as you think.
office I have few too many emails to sift through
Happiness is the key to Success.....
From: Ben & Amber Chaib [mailto:
Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 3:25 AM
Subject: Re: you're on Rich's team with Liberty League Int'l
I do not appreciate your tone. However, I do believe the "reply to all gets out of hand" and in a course of a few days when I get in from the office I have few too many emails to sift through. We do not mind support but I do mind the religious tone that comes trough. Therefore, we have decided not to be a part of LLI. Thank you.
"Ben and Amber are on your team.
You'd think that if they were confused or had an inquiry, they would formulate an intelligent response or question.
Otherwise, I suggest they mind their manners.
From: Ben & Amber Chaib [mailto:
Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 11:47 AM
Cc: 'Lynette'; 'Beau Reed'; 'Zenaida Lorenzo'; 'Tina'; 'Shaz'; 'Luz Ortiz'; 'April'; 'Louise'; 'Michelle'; 'Nancy'; 'Nicole'; 'Philip and Evie'; 'Alan'; 'Amelita & Norbert'; 'Ben'; 'Cheryl'; 'Dale'; 'Diana'; 'Dominic'; 'Dwight'; 'Edna'; 'Guillermo'; 'Jan'; 'Janice & Dave'; 'Joe Pip'; 'John'; 'Leon'; 'Lucia'; 'Matt'; 'Max'; 'Michael'; 'Nina'; 'Rich'; 'Rick'; 'Rob'; 'Rob M'; 'Robert'; 'Ron'; 'Sandra'; 'Shawn'; 'Tom'; 'Tom Miller'
Subject: Re: Team Call
Take me off of your email list now and stop spamming me!
If I get another email from you, I'm reporting you as spam.
We were originally responding to this:
"He made us through His Word of Faith. He spoke everything into existance. "Thy Word is a light unto my feet and a lamp unto my path""
"Shoot an injection of faith into all your conversations."
We sent the nasty response to their compliance department and they just said they'd add it to their file! In looking for an opportunity away from corporate entities, this unprofessionalism (and abuse, really) is what we encountered...I'm not blaming the entire company, just sharing my experience with this branch. We really should have evaluated the "upline" more carefully before becoming involved. You can judge for yourself if you'd like to be "mentored and developed" by people like this in your search for financial freedom after your investment of either $1400 or $5,000.
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