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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDoyle View Post
    Keep guessing.
    OK, I will.

    Can't answer a simple question is quite telling as well.

    Amongst your leaders over at the old site, might not go as well considering your reputation there as well.

    They most avoid your comments and call you a "joke".

    Remember the old SCAMS.COM thread?

    I was classic to say the least.....
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    Here's a good one....
    "That's why I changed my 'story'".
    Where else can you find this nonsense besides here?

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by bibleman View Post
    Find my glasses. Funny guy.

    Tell me how a company of any real size finds their top 1% of distributors only selling $1,500 in products monthly...
    Kind of obvious don't you think? I'll give you a hint: it starts with 'down' and ends with 'ine'.
    If itīs too good to be true, it probably is.

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by Zapticon View Post
    Thanks for the compliment about me being good with numbers.
    Good with numbers!? WTF!?

    You still don't have a grasp on the 70% rule! WTF!?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zapt
    And Doyle: does the FTC actually have any punishable rules regarding MLM? Does the DSA have that? Is there anything in the constitution saying that at least 70% of the products must be sold to non-participants? From my view, the FTC and the DSA only provides strict guidelines that may or may not be followed in reality.
    I see you're still quoting your mistaken idol JT...which makes you look like someone that doesn't have a clue...regarding math & MLM/DS guidelines.

    2 funny!:
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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by Zapticon View Post
    Kind of obvious don't you think? I'll give you a hint: it starts with 'down' and ends with 'ine'.


    I'm still not buying it. $1,500 is nothing. That's piddley.

    You're telling me he worked for a year and ONLY went through $1,500 in product a month??

    AND he was the top 1% of the comp plan, going through that small of an amount?
    Last edited by bibleman; 11-25-2012 at 06:06 PM.

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by ohein56 View Post
    Good with numbers!? WTF!?
    Your "WTF!?"s always make me laugh, as I visualize someone sitting with their computer, over exaggerating and shouting out in the room over a small thing. Thanks for that :spin2:

    Quote Originally Posted by ohein56 View Post
    You still don't have a grasp on the 70% rule! WTF!?
    "WTF!?". Hehe, still a charm. And I don't get a grasp on the 70%-rule? How? I think I know it quite well now actually. Try me.

    Quote Originally Posted by ohein56 View Post
    I see you're still quoting your mistaken idol JT...which makes you look like someone that doesn't have a clue...regarding math & MLM/DS guidelines.

    2 funny!:
    Do you have a bachelor's degree in mathematics? Taylor does.
    If itīs too good to be true, it probably is.

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by bibleman View Post
    I'm still not buying it. $1,500 is nothing. That's piddley.

    You're telling me he worked for a year and ONLY went through $1,500 in product a month??

    AND he was the top 1% of the comp plan, going through that small of an amount?
    Hmm, I'm not sure where you get your numbers from. Here:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Taylor - Case (for and) against MLM, page 108
    "Money paid to Nu Skin
    Nu Skin products (including samples and
    “pay to play” purchases to qualify for commissions & advancement) $5,416.75
    You can find the whole calculation on page 108 in his book. The 5,416.75% through that year in Nu Skin is most likely PSV, start-kit and so on. Mandatory or necessary to do the business.

    And again, he was the top 1% of the distributors. Am I the only one able to read that?

    EDIT: That's what the MLM-companies say anyways, that it is much cheaper then starting a business from scratch. Business in a box.
    If itīs too good to be true, it probably is.

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by Zapticon View Post
    Hmm, I'm not sure where you get your numbers from. Here:



    You can find the whole calculation on page 108 in his book. The 5,416.75% through that year in Nu Skin is most likely PSV, start-kit and so on. Mandatory or necessary to do the business.

    And again, he was the top 1% of the distributors. Am I the only one able to read that?

    EDIT: That's what the MLM-companies say anyways, that it is much cheaper then starting a business from scratch. Business in a box.


    Let me take a look at it....

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by bibleman View Post
    Let me take a look at it....
    Ebook? Which chapter series from this page?


    Or are you talking about something else?

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by Zapticon View Post
    Your "WTF!?"s always make me laugh, as I visualize someone sitting with their computer, over exaggerating and shouting out in the room over a small thing. Thanks for that :spin2:



    "WTF!?". Hehe, still a charm. And I don't get a grasp on the 70%-rule? How? I think I know it quite well now actually. Try me.
    From your statement above, I don't think you do.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zapt
    Is there anything in the constitution saying that at least 70% of the products must be sold to non-participants?
    What does the "70% rule" mean to you?
    What's your interpretation of it?
    As long as it is acceptable for a person to beLIEve that he knows how god wants everyone on Earth to live, we will continue to murder one another on account of our myths. ~ Sam Harris, 'The End Of Faith'
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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDoyle View Post
    No, I've never been inserted and its extremely rare for it to happen.
    Any leaders that ''jump'', often have a team go with them because they have such a strong relationship with them. They dont need to be ''inserted'', their big downline will qualify them for the bonuses. You dream things up.
    Seeing as they failed and lost money in your named MLMs, did any of your 'downlines' jump with you to your new unnamed MLM?

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by bibleman View Post
    Ebook? Which chapter series from this page?


    Or are you talking about something else?
    Just download the whole book and search for "top 1". You will find that he is extremly careful. He always points out that it is if ALL distributors are counted etc.
    If itīs too good to be true, it probably is.

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    Re: Dr Taylor Fraudulent Business Man

    Quote Originally Posted by ohein56 View Post
    From your statement above, I don't think you do.


    What does the "70% rule" mean to you?
    What's your interpretation of it?
    That question was just to find out if it was anyhing in the constitution saying something about selling 70% of the products. I was pretty sure it wasn't, but wasn't afraid of asking.

    To answer your question. The 70% rule to me means to encourage distributors to sell products they buy to non-participants aka retail sales.
    If itīs too good to be true, it probably is.

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