Acn - Things are questionable?
Update by user Oct 20
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Original review posted by user Oct 20
I've only been an IBO for a few weeks now.I have gone to 2 trainings and 2 PBR's.
The thought that comes to mind at the training is ACN Representatives say that you can get rich with ACN if you work really hard. When I went to the trainings and the PBR's I noticed they repeated the information that they already said at training and the PBR's. One of the training reps said they used ACN to fund their 5 real estate companies. Another training Rep said she owns a Bentley and a big house with a pool.
So my thought is when I pull up in the parking lot of the building the training is held in. I should see some Bentleys, Cadillac XLR's etc. I even went to one of the homes where a PBR was held by what I was told the owner of ACN and trust me I didn't see no Bentley. If you're making $100,000 a month you should drive your Bentley every where you go to convince people that ACN works.
If you're making $100,000 a month where are the bank statements to prove it. I'm one of those people you can't just say something to me. Prove it. I know ACN can draft of a fake check but I do know banks don't lie.
A reputable bank like Capital One, PNC etc. I'm not saying that you can't make a residual income with ACN but if you do the math it will take years. Even if you got 10 Vivint Customers the average bill may be $65 dollars a month and you get 10% of their bill. Your residual check is about $60 a month.
So just imagine how many customers you would have to get to have a decent check. I work 60 plus hours sometimes and I attend church so I have church activities and ACN want to grab the rest of what little time that I have for myself by attending 3 day conventions, training and so forth but I refuse to let them run me all the way down. If you do become a millionaire with ACN trust me there will be a lot of work and your time involved in it. My idea of being financially secured means I don't have to do anything but get my check monthly.
ACN try to string you along by saying you can get promotions and bonuses if you get a certain amount of points, IBO's etc. God already wrote the plan how to become financially secured in the bible. God move's when you give 10% of your earning to his Kingdom which is the church. The 10% he ask that of you.
Your returns are based on your offering.( 2 Corinthians 9:6-8) The bible says if you sow sparingly, you will reap sparingly. Every since I started the tithing over 20 years ago. I have seen the in evitable as far as lump sums of monies coming my way. My first lump sum was $11,000, then $48,000 $22,000, then 21,000, then $10,000 then last year $34,000 and three checks this year for $1,100.00.
All over a 20 year period time. But you don't tithe to just get the benefits. You tithe because it is a law that God has written to protect our finances so the Adversary won't come and take all of your monies. Let's face it a lot of people are unhappy because of their Finances.
And I didn't have to attend three day trainings out of town and every Saturday training to hear the same thing repeated to me just by a different person. If you do believe ACN is for you then put God first and everything else will fall in place. It's just mind boggling when people try to go around God trying to get something without his approval. Satan blesses some people to have them believing that they don't need God to be successful and some people are successful without tithing but they're few and far in between Matthew 19:24 say that's why it's harder for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of Heaven because he has everything and therefore he don't think he need God.
If you have a personal relationship with God I definitely would like to hear from you and I can get more into details about how I received these blessings.
If you're are a child of God then we should be entitled to the best because of who we are in Christ.Email me Carmalisa7eobcc@gmail.com
Reason of review: Other issue.