In addition to that

there are all the (mlm) hallmark misleading statements. No mention of the $439 sign up fee, the $100 a yr renewal , $39 a month “license” fee, and lord knows what other hidden fees there are. And we are supposed to believe that after one “just recently becomes a member”, one is offered a $199 all inclusive cancun vacation. I won’t dignify the rest of the “residual income” and “recruitment”spiel…. (The stock is traded Over the Counter, currently at $0.42 – Could be a money making opp there -jk;).) So the “publicly traded” bit was misleading too! They are “listed” but not traded – except OTC.

Is it just me?

When someone comes in and starts making claims about how good a company is but doesn’t care enough to be professional and use proper grammar, I wonder if they even know what a good deal is.

None of us will use perfect grammar all the time, but if we’re trying to sell people on a business opportunity, we’re representing that business. If we, as a representative of that business, cannot show that we can adeptly use language, the most important tool in any business, then we’re telling people from the start that it’s just not as good as we say it is.