So I was dumb enough to sign up for quixtar before

I understood it was a rip , who do I get out of it ?? I just signed up a week ago , haven’t bought anything or done anything with it .

Since u haven’t done anything, I think you can do just that… keep on doing nothing on it. If anyone follows up, pretend that you’re doing fine, still “getting there”, but you’ve really stopped. Then later on, you can pick a time and say, “I quit”. Or, just say, “I quit.” It’s your choice to provide the info on why.

My sister signed up in my brother’s MLL (Forever Living), but that’s that. Nothing else. No one ran after her.
Not even my brother. I signed up in the same MLL under a friend, but now I’m in the process of leaving.
I just cease getting products, and not turning up at seminars anymore. Good thing we recently changed our phone number. I didn’t tell my recruiting friend yet, cause if he knew, he’d call and pester me to come back. He’d blab all the moralistic baloney, like “what about your dreams” and “why so negative”, everything that was taught in the seminars. Makes me wonder why he buys into them so much. I think people who don’t have a very good degree of moral training are easy to snare into MLLs.

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One Reply to “So I was dumb enough to sign up for quixtar before”

  1. Really sounds that way? Well, I actually got into Forever Living only, I became convinced that ML is no way to go. I actually don’t have much experience in MLs, but I researched a lot on the net.

    I have a bad view of MLs not just because of what I found, but what was taught in the seminars and the effect on my co-participants. They teach that people who disagree with the business should be ignored and avoided. An analogy was used: “would you linger around dung on the road? no, avoid those people like you avoid dung.” That was a very demeaning way to look at people. Another is that “you can help people better if you have lots of money to help them with”. This is a twisted view of charity. Yet another is, if people refuse the business, they have so much pride. I heard a fellow participant say as a result, “this friend of mine won’t participate because he’s . He has so much pride.” It was things like these among others that turned me off of MLs. People won’t know it, but the seminars infuse wrong methods of thinking into participants. Good thing I have a questioning mind, so I keep my doubts, no matter their saying “get rid of all doubts”.

    Pretty cool story, huh?
    Great to hear from you, thanks.

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