How Do You Cope With This

India
April 20, 2010 5:24am CST
We have always known matrix grids and referral levels that extend upon 10 levels or even more. My discussion is about how you would defend yourself if a website goes down after your tree reached 6 - 7 levels. How would you tell them that you too were scammed. Share yourself.
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• United States
20 Apr 10
I have been earning online for 10 years...and during this time a few programs have closed their doors... My referral base doesn't blame me....they know I do my research and I personally did not cause this...so they are still glad when I find another program worthy of trying
@SomeCowgirl (32271)
• United States
20 Apr 10
I suppose I'd be defending myself against my levels of referrals in this example? Well I would surely Print Screen thec communications if any between the owner of the site and myself, and I'd send it to my downline. I'd want them to see that I wasn't happy about it either, and that I wasn't the one scamming them. Then Afer I hopefully got all of their attention and trust, I'd ask them to email and demand answers as well.
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@CJscott (4184)
• Canada
20 Apr 10
Well, hopefully you have been actively teaching your referrals to use the program, and becoming good friends with them. Answering their questions, learning about them and their families and why they wish to do this kind of service. Then, you should be learning constantly on being a leader as well, and also, take the time to learn about how to recognize scams on the internet. Let them know, why it shut down, and why you missed that it was a scam, and why you know better now, and ask them to help you in finding a new website, that is better then the last, so that you may all start earning again soon. With Appreciation.