GMarsh wrote:Can you explain the above? Again I see this as a bash unless again I am not understanding something?
Using your numbers, $59 Annual System + $49 Host TER + $125 Guest TER + $99 System Supplements + $62 Points totals $394. Subtract that from $457 and you are left with $63. I know they pay out more than $63 in initial bonuses. The entry level bonus used to be $140 for the sponsor and still more passed upline. How do you pull, say, $200-250 out of $63? Out of company profits or course! Couldn't they just charge less? Yeah, they could if they wanted to.... but out the window go the fast start bonuses... and what will attract the business-builders?
I started SOC as a wholesale customer and then thought I could retail it on the side. I could but found that I couldn't increase my entry-level commissions without sponsoring other distributors. Okay, so those are the rules but it's clear that SOC's priority is on the entrepreneur side not the retail side.THIS IS FINE
. I have no dilemma with it but for some to pretend that there is not a design for quick profit motive for the representatives
is disingenuous on the part of some critics here-- not you particularly. As I said earlier, where is one willing to shine his/her flashlight...
In fact, they used to chant the same "Sell 3 and yours is Free" that is being found so heinous with 1000AW. That is beyond ironic.
I hesitated in even going into this because I do have a great respect for SOC, but it doesn't wear a halo where other companies sport a hangman's noose.