Friday, March 09, 2007


Readers Respond

From Anonymous (March 9, 2007):
THANK YOU!! My boyfriend has recently been fed all the crap the recruiters dish out - probably with no real knowledge themselves that they are not only passing on false information but in turn making some other unwitting individual liable for the misleading and misguided sales methods that are endorsed. Hopefully with all this information I can save him from wasting his time and money and above all his well-respected position as a health service provider (personal trainer). It saddens me that the distributors are being conned in the first place. As many of you say they appear 'brainwashed', unable to accept that these beautiful lies are just that - LIES!

Reply from the JPRB Team:
You are most certainly welcome and thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. Fitness trainers are highly sought after as distributors in part because they have an air of credibility on the subject of nutrition and they tend to have wide circles of contacts to whom they can sell the product. It is easy for trainers to leverage their relationship with clients and guilt them into buying Juice Plus, but to do so is an abuse of the client/trainer relationship and would raise serious questions about the trainer's integrity. We hope for both your sakes that he chooses to do the right thing and stays away from Juice Plus. Keep in touch and let us know how it goes.

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