Data Network Affiliates & Narc Technologies May Be Lying To Their Distributors

Data Network Affiliates and Narc Technologies may be lying to their distributors about who needs and is willing to pay for their data.

yesterday I had a couple of fantastic phone calls with the former Founder, CEO, and Chairman of the Board of Data network Affiliates, Dean Blechman. He was very open and upfront on several fronts, and in a couple of weeks, I’ll do a couple of articles on Dean Blechman, the past present and future… Stay tuned.

But… After talking with Dean, I started doing some new research and realized that although Rod Cook the MLM Watchdog broke the story of Phil Piccollo being the mastermind behind DNA and Business From Home put up a review of Phil which set off a wave of controversy. And let’s not forget Patrick Pretty was really the first big blog to break the stories on both Narc Technologies (Narc That Car) and DNA (Data network Affiliates.)

But a couple of things have not been touched on.

1. Why is Arthur Kurek and Donald Kessler still at DNA? Both of these guys use to have clean reputations. However, based on the validated information which has come forward, these two guys stand to lose more than anyone else.

If it’s true that Phil Piccolo is the mastermind behind DNA (Rumors are starting to flow that Phil may also be focusing on Automatic Geek another MLM startup) and the FTC comes down on this company. Then these both Arthur Kurek and Donald Kessler could be fined huge amounts for allowing Piccolo to run the company behind the scenes. But even worse Arthur Kurek who has worked in the highly regulated Insurance Industry for over 40 years could see his career go down the drain, or at the very least be faced with early retirement.

2. Both DNA and Narc continue to promote their propaganda that law enforcement wants and needs access to the databases. Yet, from the news reports this is the farthest thing from the truth.

Check out these news reports…

Arizona the Surveillance State

Florida Traffic Camera Bill

Here is an interesting article from Santa Clara University

Even Austrian citizens are concerned over the privacy issues raised from Law Enforcement using Cameras.

And let’s be fair, there are those who are not worried about the privacy issue.

At America.Gov the following has been posted: Are Traffic Cameras Unfair and an Invasion of Privacy?

By now you may be asking “What does any of this have to do with Narc That Car and Data network Affiliates? Simple, it brought the following questions to my mind.

1. If private citizens are concerned about the videos and pictures taken from public highways, how are they going to feel when they learn their neighbors and friends are also placing their personal information into a database to be used by people who are not in law enforcement?

2. Since I am not the only person concerned about privacy issues, I wonder if maybe the distributors of Narc and DNA should give a second thought to the concern, and not just rollover and accept the Indoctrination propaganda being fed to them from the company and top leaders who both have huge monetary reasons to keep them from asking hard questions?

3. Is this the reverse of the traditional training message we have heard for years… Instead of go to your friends and family and get them to join, now the new message seems to be go get even with your friends and family and get us their license plate number… It will not hurt anyone… But who truly knows?

Time will tell…

Living An Epic Adventure,

Troy Dooly

Data Network Affiliates Founder Dean Blechman Delivers a Warning to MLM Help Desk

Data Network Affiliates Founder Dean Blechman delivers a public warning to MLM Help Desk, Troy Dooly, Rod Cook (MLM Watchdog), Ted Nuyten (Business For Home), Patrick Pretty (Ponzi Scheme and Internet Crime Reporter) and others to watch out he is coming for us.

Updated Video as of February 25th 2010

Now, let’s take a little deeper look into the call Dean Bleckman held.

First I want to review what Joe Reed has to say about DNA, and the fact this is part of the call where the Founder, Chairman of the Board and CEO was the guest speaker. And as of the time of this article was located on the front page of the DNA website.

In the above call Joe Reed states the following, which seems to validate the concerns here at MLM Help Desk, as well as the other sites mentioned in my opening paragraph.

1. People join for free…

2. There is no service…

3. There is not product…

4. The people still make money…

the above is 100% legal when a company pays it’s employees to do a specific job. However, when you tag a MLM compensation structure to those words, then the company is not operating under the current rules and regulation governing companies who use MLM or Network Marketing sales or compensation structures.

Since it is clear Blechman was on the call listening to what was said, I am concerned he does not understand MLM. Although he is part of the family behind the company TwinLabs who bought Changes International, one of the fastest growing MLM companies in the 1990s, this does not mean he understands MLM.

Now, let’s get a little clearer picture as to the kind of leader Blechman claims to be.

Now, this brings up some interesting questions.

1. What has Blechman done since leaving TwinLabs? We all know what his family did at TwinLabs, and the fact one of Tony Robbins companies came in and bought it, after SEC violations and class action lawsuits. What we want to know is what has Blechman done in the 21st century.

2. Blechman talks about how anyone who has ever done business with him hold him in the highest regards. Yet, the lawsuit Ideal Health filed, sure tells another story (see Here) What is the truth?

Why hasn’t Dean Blechman told the whole truth on the Data Network Affiliate website about the fact his purported “ownership” in Ideal Heath, or his part of The Trump Network deal may not be completely factual? (see here)

If Ideal Health wins this lawsuit then Blechman will have no claim to any ownership state he was given inside of the purported “Breech” of the Employment Agreement with Ideal Health aka The trump Network.

3. I have read everything I can find available on the net, and I do not see where anyone has questioned Blechman’s personal integrity or Arthur M. Kurek. What I have found is people questioning the business sense of launching DNA with an MLM sales and compensation structure. Why does Blechman feel he must control all the media, instead of addressing the issues?

This has me a little confused. In the first part of the audio Dean Blechman talks about how everyone states his family and TwinLabs created the Natural Supplement industry, yet now he is talking about distractions from growing fast.

What concerns have anyone mentioned regarding Data Network Affiliates growing fast? growing a FREE database fast or slow has not been anyone’s concerns. It is the fact, a company is calling themselves MLM when the reality may very well be something completely different, since they are not selling a product or service through the MLM marketing arm.

Based on the current track record and the fact Blechman wants folks to judge him on it, then why isn’t he talking about his most current track record at Ideal Health? It seems his success or failure at his most current employer should also play a role in judging what he can do in the future for the welfare of the DNA distributors.

Above we hear Blechman talking about his reputation and how he will not let anyone take that away from him. How can anyone take away a person’s reputation, except the person themselves? It seems Dean Blechman is more worried about what people think of him, than he is on making sure the concerns which have been raised are answered authentically and with full transparency.

What is wrong with asking tough questions on the behalf of the distributor’s from a 3rd party Eagles view? In all the reviews I have done with CEOs of MLM companies, or even though I have read form other CEOs who have been asked tough questions, those who answered in a straightforward manner made it over the rough spots. However, those who hid the truth, refused to answer, or got belligerent, ended up alliterating the very people they claimed they were serving.

I think this is the part which really caused me to wonder about the true vision of Dean Blechman. He continues to refuse to answer the concerns of many of us, who truly love the MLM world, be threatening to “police” what is written online of offline.

Exactly what does Data Network Affiliates have to hide, and why is Blechman afraid people will find out?

In today’s socialnomic driven world, companies don’t protect their brands by threatening to sue or censer the Free Speech of their critics, potential distributors, or frustrated clients or consumers. Instead they listen, and answer these concerns.

Just this one attitude Blechman has, causes me to wonder if this company will make it through 12 months of business. Even without any regulatory agencies getting involved.

I can tell all of our community members, guests and viewers, we will stand firm on our Freedom of Speech Right! When a company placed the well being of the distributors or the reputation of our profession at stake we will continue to ask the tough questions.

I still question the validity of Data Network Affiliates as a successful MLM company. Although, their underlying core business may be legit, putting a MLM compensation plan to it, is very questionable.

Here is the full call as of the publishing of this article (Listen Here) Update as of February 25th 2010 – This link as been removed by Data Network Affiliates

MLM Help Desk Scam Alert on Narc That Car aka Narc Technologies aka National Automobile Recovery Company

MLM Help Desk issues a Scam Alert on “Narc That Car” aka Narc Technologies aka National Automobile Recovery Company. Now let me say right up front, the underlying company Narc Technologies or National Automobile Recovery Company, hard to tell if they are separate or the same. Either way, the company seems to be legit. It’s the fact they are using an MLM compensation structure which causes the main issue. However there are a few other issues I’ll cover.

Narc Update… New, news article and video from NBC News in Dallas… Glad to see we were not the only ones trying to get answers from the company.

Read the whole article here!

You can review the Narc Compensation document here.

Here is a video which explains what Narc Technologies provides.

The FTC and in this case the Texas laws all require that the distributors of Network Marketing companies offer a product or service to an end user. Although, it is clear the reps “can” find clients, most are not going to know how to find those types of companies.

It is also clear the real money in this compensation plan, is not to find clients, it is to recruit others who pay the $100.00 start up fee and the $24.95 monthly website fee.

Although each active rep must supple 10 license plate numbers per month to be active in the compensation plan, the money comes from the start up fees and the monthly website fees.

Here are the questions which need answers.

1. Although writing down license numbers may be legal, trespassing isn’t. What happens if a Narc That Car rep is charged with trespassing on private property, like a shopping center parking lot, gated community, grocery store parking lot, etc?

2. What happens if a Narc rep is charged with stalking?

3. How would you feel if, because of a Narc That Car rep, your wife and daughter were left stranded without a vehicle and they were raped, kidnapped, or murdered?

4. How would you feel if this happened to you.

I find it interesting that just a few years ago, there was a huge outrage to the fact the government was wiretapping peoples cell phones to protect us against terrorism, yet here is a company using other American’s to gather information which can be used against other Americans.

Now, I expect Narc Technology reps to rally and say “If these people can’t pay their car payments, then they deserve what happens”, but what happened to American’s helping one another, instead of earning a buck off of someone else’s bad luck?

Living An Epic Adventure,

Troy Dooly