Visitors who act like Owners

February 3, 2013 11:04pm CST
My aunt use to find her luck in being an agent but mostly are scam they sell and look for item which is impossible like gold,Gecko, old bills,Marcos traveler's check which I researched and found out that it is part of Modus of a syndicate so that they can find a person who will finance them by hoping this victim from their Promise that he will earn millions and even billions of peso once they have a deal.
4 responses
@maurya83 (923)
• India
4 Feb 13
Hello fearless, your aunt is not wrong but the approach is wrong, being an agent is not a bad thing..but most of the companies do this as a part of their marketing strategy, they promise a bright future along with handsome income which really they dont give from their pocket actually its only incentive based job and they force the so called agent (which is actually victim without knowing it that how he/she is being cheated) to sell their products to agents' relatives and friends.. what you can do is just to say no politely..
@Iriene88 (5352)
• Malaysia
4 Feb 13
Your aunt should not involve in this type of marketing or trade. She will loose her friends and relatives. This will affect her goodwill among them. Her rapport will be negatively affected too. However, maybe she personally believe what she is doing is entirely genuine and there are possibilities of finding those gems or artifacts. Many direct marketing members personally believes that the direct marketing business is lucrative and they introduced it to their friends too. At the end they too became the victims of this scam organisations.
@chiyosan (30205)
• Philippines
4 Feb 13
i find it hard to connect your subject (title) to the discussion details in here. but are you saying that your aunt visited you and she acts as if she is the owner of your house?
@Cutie18f (9563)
• Philippines
4 Feb 13
Hmmm....seems like a hard situation you have there. If she is your aunt you just have to learn how to deal with her.