I want to thank the leaders of Skinny Body Care for the professional way they have reached out to make clarifications and to shed light on additional info. I must also thank them for listening and their willingness to go to Ben to gather additional info for me.
I also want to provide a resource for distributors so you can make sure you are well within compliance of the FTC. Read this report “Weighting the Evidence of Diet Ads.”
Ok, let’s look at a few clarifications from yesterday’s review.
1. I mentioned I did not see where SBC offered any form of “preferred customer” sign-up, although there were a few showing in the powerline.
Clarification: the Skinny Body Care sales funnel I used did not offer a preferred customer option at sign-up. I have since learned the company offers seven different sales funnels, and several are focused on customer acquisition.
2. What Are Red-Flags?
Clarification: Red Flags do not mean the company is a scam. But it does mean based on passed track records of regulatory agencies the red flags could bring undue regulatory issues to the company.
The field leaders of this company seem to have really done their homework and are willing to do two things.
1. They are going all out to coach their teams as they build the company.
2. They are willing to listen and work closely with the company to create a solid company and field culture.
Here is one field team site which truly does cover what it takes to grow a business.
Here are a few 3rd party sites where you can learn a little more about the main ingredients found in Skinny Body Care.
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Well, this is more info than most of you will want or need. 🙂
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