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Seacret Direct Review
By David Harris
“Seacret Direct”, found at SeacretDirect.com, is an mlm, or, multi- level marketing company with products with skin care and beauty aids products. Those of you that read our reviews know our view of MLM schemes, I mean, businesses. We’re not a big fan of them.
It’s no different with Seacret Direct, which started its tenuous business practices with a shopping mall vendor stall routine. The amount of customer horror tales of deception and price hikes, etc, grew until they phased that out into the mlm model.
Now, as an mlm, they pressure you into buying as much product as possible to the tune of over a thousand dollars and up past the $50 you pay to join. To pour acid on the wound, they charge you up to a couple hundred dollars to attend their company seminars, which seems like shady tactics, charging people who work for you to attend your work meetings.
As if this isn’t enough red flag material, some of the usual suspects are at the top of the pyramid – I mean food chain – at “Seacret Direct”. Some of these individuals have been fired or banned from doing business at other mlm companies for employing less than ethical, and others are notorious mlm jumpers.
Multi level marketing jumpers. Or “hoppers” are individuals whom, once they reach as far as they can go with one, take their downline and jump from one to another and another. I won’t mention names or where they hopped from, but they are there thing until you will see them at other mlm’s once they tap this one out.
Ok, as far as the product is concerned, while it usable, it is so overpriced that you can find their counterparts in retail stores for a third of the price. High markups are not unusual tactics in MLM, but that does not make it right.
When you add those serial mlm jumpers, terrible customer experiences (let alone having problems retaining them) you get a picture that does not look very appealing. When recruitment is more important to a company than selling the product.
However, the final nail in the coffin will be the fact that, when those under the pyramid who were pressured to buy large amounts from their “sponsors” can’t get rid of the product via mlm resort to selling them on amazon and eBay, you know Seacret Direct is not long for this world.
I say move along people, nothing to see here – except the chalk mark outline of another mlm drained by those who’ve done it (whodunit) like the butler did it in the study.
“Seacret Direct” does not get a recommendation from me.
Thanks for reading…
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