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    Adcalls B2b sales

    Does anyone have any expierence with this company. The business model of sales backed with network marketing looks sound. Any feedback would be helpful. This is first post so if I am in wrong area please advise.

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Dude, you have NEVER sold advertising...this much is obvious. Advertising is my profession, hobby and passion.

    You're in the right place and you are welcome here, but talk to ANY salesperson who sells ANYTHING.
    I promise, promise, promise you not a single one of them will call this a good idea.

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    I just looooooove how they ask you for your bank info over a non-secure connection.

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    I think you should visit MyAdCalls.com/8791 and click "JOIN US" and tell me what that little golden padlock at the bottom of the web page is supposed to mean? I see that same EXACT padlock everytime I do my banking online are you telling me my bank and AdCalls are in cahoots and running a conspiracy to make my banking info available ALL over the net?
    Dude, don't tell me you went to the regular MyAdCalls.com site and tried to fill out the form- didn't you see the at the top it posted "this is a NON-WORKING FORM"? Duh, no wonder you didn't see a secure sign at the bottom of the page!

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    I work for a telemarketing agency, repsforrent.com and we have been running a project for an agent of adcalls. the business are really buying up the advertising. But as far as the recruitment for sales, we have only received about a 10% enrollment. Which is pretty good considering the client is making $500 on each one.

    Is it a scam? I don't think so, but I certainly don't like their privacy policy.

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    No AdCalls is not a scam. Have you been to the BBB.com yet and looked up their company...they have an "A" rating with the BBB. The data center is real (I've seen it) and everyone else in top management is real (I've met them). As far as the Privacy Policy, the President of the company is aware of the incorrect wording and has written an adendumm addressing it. A new Privacy Policy is being worked on by the corporate lawyers and will be available soon. The letter from the President states that AdCalls WILL NOT sell ANYONES information NOR WILL THEY SELL TELEPHONE NUMBERS DIALED THRU THE SYSTEM. They only use the numbers to pay the phone bills that carry and complete the calls made on the dialer.

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Addcalls is definitely a scam. I have meet with their people in my sunny state and I backed out right away. Remember not to give them your bank account number if you are unsure---then you can back out easily. They will try to steal your money if you give them your account info. and then back out. Any company that requires you to pay 495 to start up and then 100 a month after that is full of crap. It is a scam! The only ones who make money are the recruiters and creator of the company and they are usually high school dropouts, non-college degreed or criminals. This is by far the dumbest program. Why on earth would you work for a company that makes you pay them, offers no benefits and requires you to spend lotsa $$$$ on gas to drive from business to business selling a piece of crap? Get real! Pay all my start up fees, gas, give me good training, create a better product, give me all the leads, give me a company car....and then maybe we will talk. I didn't graduate top of my class in college for this crap and to be scammed. The human IQ/race is far too smart for this. :mad:

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Quote Originally Posted by CutiePie4
    Addcalls is definitely a scam. I have meet with their people in my sunny state and I backed out right away. Remember not to give them your bank account number if you are unsure---then you can back out easily. They will try to steal your money if you give them your account info. and then back out. Any company that requires you to pay 495 to start up and then 100 a month after that is full of crap. It is a scam! The only ones who make money are the recruiters and creator of the company and they are usually high school dropouts, non-college degreed or criminals. This is by far the dumbest program. Why on earth would you work for a company that makes you pay them, offers no benefits and requires you to spend lotsa $$$$ on gas to drive from business to business selling a piece of crap? Get real! Pay all my start up fees, gas, give me good training, create a better product, give me all the leads, give me a company car....and then maybe we will talk. I didn't graduate top of my class in college for this crap and to be scammed. The human IQ/race is far too smart for this. :mad:


    Hey Cutiepie, I sure like the way you think. Similar to the way I think! A hot topic for me, and I hate scammers!

    This is true!!

    "Any company that requires you to pay 495 to start up and then 100 a month after that is full of crap. It is a scam! The only ones who make money are the recruiters (scam promoters)"





    Another true statement!


    This is by far the dumbest program. Why on earth would you work for a company that makes you pay them, offers no benefits and requires you to spend lotsa $$$$ on gas to drive from business to business selling a piece of crap? Get real!


    A company should pay YOU the expenses!

    Pay all my start up fees, gas, give me good training, create a better product, give me all the (WARM) leads NOT COLD LEADS!!!, give me a company car....and then maybe we will talk.


    You are RIGHT on the ball!!! What a fu**ing joke!! Who the hell wants pay for work and work on straight commission!! Pay me a Goddamn salary plus commission. And pay my fuc**ng gas!!! :mad:


    There should be a law against straight commission jobs! Welcome to the forum. I love the way you think.

    P.S. I may not be a college graduate, but I have alot of smarts and common sense not to lower myself to scumbags :D
    Last edited by Unlucky36; 07-21-2006 at 12:44 AM.

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Cutiepie and unlucky,

    I don't work for ad calls and never would, but your attitudes are exactly why you will never truly make it in sales.

    Salary and commission...HA HA HA

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Quote Originally Posted by puckman123
    Cutiepie and unlucky,

    I don't work for ad calls and never would, but your attitudes are exactly why you will never truly make it in sales.

    Salary and commission...HA HA HA


    Salary and commission?? You're Goddamn Right!! If you ever look at sales jobs in the classifieds or wherever, the revolving door is constant. Who the F*CK wants to work for free? If you don't make a sale during your 8 to 12 hour day? They should get paid for their efforts for trying.

    I don't work for free.

    Straight Commission jobs: should be a crime!!!! :mad:

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Salespeople are lazy by nature.

    The revolving door is constant because sales is hard work and not for those who lack work ethics and smarts combined.

    I own 2 businesses and have never had ONE succesful business sales rep who had a degree. We as owners don't owe anyone jack just because they have a degree! Your attitude is exactly why they fail.

    I actually find it funny to see the IVY league marketing degree folks SUCK at sales and they can't figure it out.

    Suck up your ego a little bit or you will be unemployed before you know it.

    You are obviously not the right person for sales if your only responses have to include the F-word.

    Go work in a bar!

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Quote Originally Posted by puckman123
    Salespeople are lazy by nature.

    The revolving door is constant because sales is hard work and not for those who lack work ethics and smarts combined.

    I own 2 businesses and have never had ONE succesful business sales rep who had a degree. We as owners don't owe anyone jack just because they have a degree! Your attitude is exactly why they fail.

    I actually find it funny to see the IVY league marketing degree folks SUCK at sales and they can't figure it out.

    Suck up your ego a little bit or you will be unemployed before you know it.

    You are obviously not the right person for sales if your only responses have to include the F-word.

    Go work in a bar!


    Well Congrats on owning your 2 businesses!! BLAH BLAH BLAH!!!!!! I would hate to work for you with your attitude. And you're telling me I have a bad attitude. Go work in a bar??? How about this?? Join your little so called sales team in a circle jerk!!


    Oh gee, excuse me for using the F word! What are you, Mr Rogers! You set a bad example, you give the term SALES a bad name!


    You have no right to judge me! It's you're kind that makes me vomit! :mad:

    Just remember, you may be pointing the finger at me, but you have 100 more fingers pointing right back at you! You have an ego, not me! Good luck in your scam.

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    No son I make over $1 Million dollars per year in a brick and mortar business. No scam but nice try.

    I know your kind. You hate people more successful than you and can't figure out why it isn't YOU.

    No ego here. Was on welfare 5 years ago because I was taken by a scammer for $250,000. I worked hard to get off of it and did whatever it took within the law.

    Swearing gets you nowhere kiddo and neither does the bad attitude. A great businessman once told me that swearing indicates a lack of class and vocabulary. Take it for what its worth.

    By the way I can judge you by the words you use in your post and your comments. just the same way you can try and judge me.

    Last thing...Go find the top 5% in earnings of sales people and see if they are on straight commission and you will get an education.

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    Wow that converstation took a bad turn. It started out to be about Adcalls and now its just a little bic**ing session. While I have no opion either way on the company's concept. I do agree with puck. No real sales person works for salary and commision, if they do they are not getting paid as much as they could. Your insurance and financial brokers will both tell you the same thing. From what I read on the site, its not $495 and 100 a month forever. Its a total of $2495. The $495 and 100 per month is a finance option. I took a way more than just that. It seem like this was more about customer relationship marketing a way to have a business continue relationships with thier customers. That is the real question, will that concept work by offering a free product. I have to say that again your right puck, those that answered that they want someone to pay all of thier expenses really have no Idea how much they are shorting themselves. I.E. they have never worked in this profession or if they are they are definetly Rookies.

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Thanks Slick!

    I just get tired of the know it alls and the youngsters here who think they are owed everything.

    Also I can't stand the negativity and whining the young kids do today.

    Just my two cents.

    The concept of offering something for free is great if you plan on gaining trust from your customers and gaining paying customers for the future.

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    Re: Adcalls B2b sales

    Quote Originally Posted by puckman123
    Thanks Slick!

    I just get tired of the know it alls and the youngsters here who think they are owed everything.

    Also I can't stand the negativity and whining the young kids do today.

    Just my two cents.

    The concept of offering something for free is great if you plan on gaining trust from your customers and gaining paying customers for the future.

    Wow Puckman. You sure know alot don't you SON :rolleyes: Oh and FYI, it's not negativity and whining, it's facts SON :D

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