I just today went on a so called seminar at some guy's house who was a distributor of this company. A lady named Pauline took me there. She didn't really explain to me what it was or anything. And I had to talk to her boss on the phone at 8:00 at night.
Anyways I knew from the get go that the business was a big lie. First of all Pauline is fat. She said she had been drinking the juice for a long time and lost a lot of weight. Well she must have been 400 pounds because she still looks fat to me. Also there was a lady there that stated she had authiritis in both knees and in weeks the pain was gone. She was fat too. And it didn't look like she lost any kind of weight. She didn't mention it either.
On a piece of paper it states all the sicknesses it helped people get over. Under obseity it says that it helped 71% of 4,181 people. Is that supposed to be a good thing? I really couldn't tell.
Then they started getting into how you get started. The idiot sponsor was reading right off the paper. And when he said that it was 45 dollars a bottle I almost fell out my chair. There isn't that much juice in the world worth that. Also to start off you have to pay166 dollars for a starter kit. Who has that kind of money? And who is going to buy juice for 45 dollars?
I did research on the internet and I found much cheaper noni juice that is 100%. TNI makes theirs with 2 more ingredients. 100% juice is exactly that. Shouldn't it be Noni Juice and that's it?
Then the guy had the nerve to say that if we were skeptical or felt like we didn't want to do it, then we didn't want to be successful. I caught pauline in her lie. I told her it sounded like a pyramid scheme. She said, "well it is a pyramid, but its not a scheme, and you do get paid."
Just don't do it.