Beachbody Coach

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Beachbody Coach

Postby Evil Squirrel Overlord » Thu Dec 30, 2010 6:53 pm

I am out running around today. Does anybody have any information on the Beachbody MLM?

Backstory: I bought a used copy of their P90x workout video, a now friend wants me to be a coach. I became suspicious when all I could find were glowing reviews, her uber-perky facebook posts, and a xtra normal videoshe posted about how "pyramid schemes are not schemes". Today's invitation to suddenly be a coach is making me wonder... luckily I am flat broke and have no time for such things.
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Re: Beachbody Coach

Postby webhick » Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:37 pm

Evil Squirrel Overlord wrote:"pyramid schemes are not schemes


Yes, and pyramids aren't pyramids - they're a few lines and angles arranged to look like a triangle.

I feel like making fun of overly-perky exercise nuts. Will look into this more later.
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Re: Beachbody Coach

Postby Pottapaug1938 » Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:54 pm

A quick Internet search leads easily to their web site. Whether or not they are indeed a MLM, they irritated me from the get-go with what I saw there.
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Re: Beachbody Coach

Postby Brandybuck » Thu Dec 30, 2010 10:28 pm

Sounds like a great job title. Too bad the pay is a scam.

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Re: Beachbody Coach

Postby Evil Squirrel Overlord » Mon Jan 03, 2011 5:48 pm

Just turned down an invite to a seminar where I can give up 2 hours of my life to hear about a great business opportunity a get a free shake!


:shock: Shocking I know.

Looks like I found some sites:
http://www.betterlivesnow.info/

http://www.makemoneylivelife.com/

http://www.platinumpresenters.com/

Typical MLM fare.
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