Monday, September 28, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Thursday, September 17, 2009
I'm going to keep on until I get my message out. These guys sold me a "franchise." What is the purpose of buying a franchise as opposed to going it alone? Well the franchise is supposed to offer the expertise and success formula. These guys sold me a product in major revision. As far as success, most of their franchises are barely staying afloat. This franchise is all "smoke and mirrors." Please don't continue to take peoples dreams and life savings. Have you no sense of decency?
Thursday, September 10, 2009
I wondered the other night if these guys were born in another area who would they be? Snake oil salesmen, pirates or ordinary charlatans. They found franchising and exploited it. Just like the every generation has done. The bad guys find a way to exploit others. But there is a judgment day coming. You will answer for your deception. Run, hide or enjoy yourself while you can. You will be held accountable.
Saturday, September 05, 2009
Crestcom franchisees sell a high priced intangible product. This is tough enough with the proper support and marketing. But with their outdated references and marketing materials that were so poorly produced they had to be redone, a franchisee doesn't stand much of a chance. Add to this the restrictions they put on you and their indifference as to any help. I have to concluded that my experience with those guys left me wondering what kind of people they actually are?
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
This is what they say:
(I wonder if an advertiser gets a good rating? Maybe it means the other management and sales training franchises are just bigger money pits.)
Crestcom International a Business to Business Franchise
If you are searching for a top-rated business opportunity ... Crestcom is the answer!Rated Entrepreneur magazine's #1 management/sales training franchise in four of the past six years. Crestcom Distributors are active in numerous countries and the training is available in several languages. Master distributorships are still available in some countries
Tuesday, September 01, 2009
Crestcom International over promises and under delivers. They offer a franchise but only a few people succeed either by luck, they have an incredible network, or they are extremely gifted salespeople. I was sold a franchise because they were supposed to give me the support and back up I needed. They did neither. They changed their marketing and sales formulae right in the middle of my first few months. They sunk me and crushed my dream.