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14 years ago
SFCRetired
Some years back, I got suckered into this organization. Didn't take me long to realize that a) their products were grossly overpriced, b) some of them (supplements) made me deathly ill, and c) there were not enough hours in my day for me to be able to do all they were asking of me. For this woman to be dispensing medical advice without either a degree or license I would think would be a
Forum: Multi Level Marketing and Commercial Schemes
14 years ago
SFCRetired
I've read through most of these topics and I still come back with one basic truth: The hardest man in the world to cheat is an honest man. Another would be: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. I got suckered into one MLM when I was a lot younger and a whole lot dumber. I will admit that I liked some of their products, but others that were pushed on me made me very il
Forum: Multi Level Marketing and Commercial Schemes
14 years ago
SFCRetired
I'm very new on this forum but feel impelled to comment as follows: 1. If you are agnostic or atheist, you are already skeptical. Stay that way. But also be open to researching new ideas concerning faith. Being an agnostic or atheist does not mean your mind must be closed. 2. If you are Christian, regardless of denomination, do not accept the words of any man at face value concern
Forum: Destructive Churches
14 years ago
SFCRetired
I was raised in the SBC from the age of five. For whatever reason, I was blessed (or cursed) with a nature that prevents me from accepting certain things at face value. Religion is high on that list. After years of being basically told to "shut up, sit down, and accept what the pastor/Sunday School teacher says", my divorce finally provided the proverbial straw. Is the
Forum: Destructive Churches
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