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Complaint Review: National Companies - Team National - Davies Florida

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  • National Companies - Team National 4350 Oakes Road Suite 512 Davies, Florida U.S.A.

National Companies - Team National I changed my mind and my sponsor told me she would pay me back.. It's been 1 year. Fort Lauderdale Florida

*Consumer Comment: I think you're missing the point.

*Consumer Comment: NOT a discount club

*Consumer Suggestion: A New Perspective!

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i changed my mind 1 month later and asked for my money back. i was told my sponsor would sell the next package and refund my 2195. it's been 1 year and still no money. i called her the other day and asked her for the money,but she called back and said i don't owe you the money you did sign a contract. i am working on selling your package (1) year later. save yourself from investing in this company they don't care about you. they care just about money!!!!!!!!

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#3 Consumer Comment

I think you're missing the point.

AUTHOR: clownsauce - (United States of America)

POSTED: Monday, September 27, 2010

In following your line of thinking, you can find cars anywhere but hyundai is being deceptive by comparing themselves with mercedes.  Basically, from what I can see, it is a discount club like alot of the others, who realize that there's power in a large number of buyers, and to grow that number they are offering to pay people to market their company....I don't know where you live but that makes some sense.  I've never heard of Sam's offering incentives to bring members in...just a thought, and No I'm not a member of team national, I am researching it, I just hate when people make widebrush kneejerk comments without substance.


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NOT a discount club

AUTHOR: Don''t get Conned - (United States of America)

POSTED: Thursday, April 29, 2010

Cowboy!  The problem with TN is that, if you do your online research, you will find that you can find any discounts, FD savings anywhere else for FREE!  It is not TN exclusive!  Therefore, the discount aspect of how TN markets themselves, is completely worthless, with NO value for your $2195 investment!  But TN HAS to market themselves that way to avoid the regulatory and consumer protection radar!  In truth, all they want to do is sell "Memberships" for $2195 for a free service that has no value! All they want to do is build a downline so they can pay their UMDs.  The notion of operating as a buying/discount club is a pure illusion!  Yes, you can make money if you are a deceitful, clever sales person with no morals by selling this worthless membership!  The people I've talked to attending two presentations were very deceptive, and the whole experience was cult-like!  People ... avoid this scheme!  TN has "flown under the radar" so far, but will not last long!   

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A New Perspective!

AUTHOR: Cowboy - (United States of America)

POSTED: Wednesday, February 10, 2010

i am always unhappy to hear about poor experiences with mlm programs. i have been a cpa 20plus years and done thousands of income tax returns in those years. I was always amazed to hear people sale me mlmM programs from the big A-way to vitamin distributors based on all the money they were making only to find out they lost their backside when I prepared their tax returns. With the national companies, I find that if you use the membership, you will save on large ticket items well in excess of what you pay for the membership. From my exposure to all others, this is not a bad deal. At least you can repay yourself through savings over time.

The element of earning money on selling anything is difficult. If your expectation was to earn money in sales, maybe you just chose the wrong profession. Use your discounts to purchase what their core offering is which is discounted furniture. You should easily save enough money to cover your membership fee. If you bought into the idea of fast money, dont ever do that again. The hardest working people I know are in sales, if you think that it is easy no matter what you are selling you are mistaken! Good luck in earning your savings.


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