Because we are not a multi level company, only you will be authorized to hire for our company in your territory buy you and your sales force can sell anywhere in the country. As per the written agreement enclosed, all reps hired in your territory which will be defined by counties and zip codes, only you will be receive overrides on.)********************************
I flew out to Las Vegas where I met about 14 other people who paid $7500 also. (Not one of the 14 persons are with the company now! In fact after that disclosure many never started claiming it was a scam)
Las Vegas was where I first met M.D.
It was then that I started to realize that this may be a multi-level marketing scheme and that my $7500 was gone.
We were told that our jobs as a regional manager was to Hire as many people as you can. It doesn't matter what kind of backgrounds they have, you make a commissions for hiring them and thats your job, but what drove this point home was the phrase, "and if your Reps do make a sell that when he quits its yours." In essence, we were told if you want to make money hire, hire, hire; and if someone makes a sell even better because when they quit, if there is a renewal on that sale it belongs to you, and that is just what happens at NCSplus.
Before coming aboard I was told that Reps stay with the company long term and that this is not a company where reps are just hired and make no money, also, I was told I was set apart because of my resume, "you have what it takes to manage, we could use you."
I tried my bes to impress becasue they are picky on who gets to be a reional manager..................NOT SO! Just pay $7500
Outside sales reps don't often make sales
so if you want to succeed sign people up; hire, hire, hire.
There is a licencing and bonding fee (which is really a commission for the regional manager) for the sales associate who works for the regional manager.
It started at $200 and is now at $500 could be more, and just like Michael Dignam was impressed with my resume I was told to tell potential sales reps under me that I was impressed with their resume and when can they start. I never saw their resume! but thats the hook line and sinker; as did it happen to me!
Soon I learned that just about everyone in this company fails. The CEO of the company said that 1 out of 10 make a sale, and that 1 out of 20 stay with the company, other Regional managers told me that 1 out of 30 make a sale, and that after a while everyone they hired becomes part time and then fades away.
In the beginning I was told the only person who didn't do well with the company was a woman who made $75/k
and just as bad business ethics, people will say whatever they need to say to get the sell, thats what happened to me.
I believe this company is truly multilevel marketing so Americans beware
If your good at hiring people but not making sales you can succeed (but see the definition below). The only people being hurt are honest working Americans. Bottom line. This company isn't about making sales! its about signing people up...
Multilevel Marketing, or MLM, is a system for selling goods or services through a network of distributors.
The typical Multilevel Marketing program works through recruitment. You are invited to become a distributor, sometimes through another distributor of the Multilevel Marketing company's products and sometimes through a generally advertised meeting.