I suppose this is an opinion poll, even though I would like some factual info. regarding the OP.
Does anybody have experience with a marketing co. that calls themselves team infocus? They have their own website and present themselves as a legitimate organization. It seems like a pyramid scheme to me though.
You/me, let’s just say an agent or better yet, “a team member”, pays to be a member, they then pay to start marketing/selling products (phone cards, makeup, soaps, etc.) to the “public” at reduced prices. This public consists basically of other people who the “team member” gets in on the deal.
It’s explained this way: You get two people, then each of them get two people in, and each of them etc. etc.
You then have the potential of earning thousands of $$$ w/out actually doing anything. All you have to do is the initial work and it will pay returns for years to come.
I find this opportunity :dubious: at best.
What’s the Straight Dope?
I’d appreciate any insight on the matter.
To the Mods. in charge…please if you find any problems w/ this thread, delete it. I’m not sure what the rules are concerning this type of question. Wouldn’t want the SDMB in any legal complications, even though it is just an opinion posted by individuals and NOT the opinion of the SDMB or the Chicago Reader or the staff.
Now, if “Uncle C”, has a response. Man, I’d love to hear it.