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Has anyone ever heard of the company called, "Team National?" I was approached about it and it sounds good but wondering if it's one of those too good to be true kind of things.
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  • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
    They are multi level marketing company were you can buy products. It was hype by the rep that was trying to get me involved. It has a down line you have to build. They want you to make a list of 50 friends & family members that you are encourage to call. This way you can asked them to join. I joined Team National but did not stick with it, not my thing. They seem legitimate at the time in 2009 and they are still around.
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  • Profile picture of the author myob
    I know a few people working this program (some right here in this forum). It's a legitimate membership club to buy name brand and well-known products and services at discount - sometimes as much as 50% off.

    The downside is it's rather expensive to join, and they prohibit any direct online advertising. They "insist" you work your warm market, but some reps I know are doing quite well with creative online lead generation methods, then closing them offline.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    It's an MLM. I wrote a review about it three years ago. The problem with MLM is the level of training that they offer...pitch friends and family...run around town desperate etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nina Petrov
    okay I remember this one now. Yes they say there product is some kind of a savings program. I've never heard of this kind of thing. One would have to do a lot more due diligence to know. There might be an article or some information available at mlmrc. There are some mlm programs that have products that might actually amount of something quite significant if they work and if they offer a solid enough compensation plan. One involving financing and or some kind of savings, might be something different worth looking into. But the big question is, "where does your funds actually go?".
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  • Profile picture of the author Digger14
    I tried doing some research on it and it seemed to me that even the savings weren't that great, unless you were buying furniture or something and EVERYTHING had to be bought online. But then I was told (by th people trying to sign me up) that I could quit my job in 2 yrs because I'd make that much money by getting others to sign up
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    • Profile picture of the author rritz
      Originally Posted by Digger14 View Post

      I tried doing some research on it and it seemed to me that even the savings weren't that great, unless you were buying furniture or something and EVERYTHING had to be bought online. But then I was told (by th people trying to sign me up) that I could quit my job in 2 yrs because I'd make that much money by getting others to sign up
      They would tell you that ... haha don't go believeing
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