As Candace pointed on out on my other website, Lazy Man and Money, Orrin Woodward is selling a set of MonaVie sales tools for the enormous price of $1000. A lot of distributors have told me that getting into the MonaVie business is cheap… then they turn around and tell you to buy this expensive set of tools. However, the $1000 trunk of tools is just the start… there’s a $2000 trunk of tools too.
One thing that I found interesting is that you don’t even get the trunk that’s in the picture. Why call it a trunk of tools and put a picture of a trunk, if there’s no trunk? It’s marketing designed to confuse the buyer. It would have been a lot more accurate to just take a picture of the tools themselves.
If TEAM wasn’t trying to steal your money with it’s trunk trick, Amthrax has shown that the trunks are a waste of money. Many would agree that the sales tools are a waste of money, but he points out that you can buy all the items in the trunks for less than the bundled package. Who has heard of paying more for buying a bulk package? If I buy in bulk, I expect to get a discount, not a surcharge.
Clearly anyone who is buying these trunks are not making a wise purchasing decision… and the seller looks bad by trying to pull a fast one on his customers.
Originally posted 2009-05-25 06:04:52. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe above article is intended to be accurate at the time of its original posting. MonaVie may change its pricing, product, or other policies at any time without notice.
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