Woo hoo! Antares has finally figured out that it's hard to run a shady business successfully when people can spread the word via the internet. Cagey Consumer is internet ground zero for the bad news about the Natural Choice USA program.
Here's the log of contacts with Antares:
- 8/30/2001, 9:30 a.m.: received call from Julie Taylor, Director of Marketing for Antares
- gist of the call is that she wants me to attend one of their presentations (there's one coming up in Palo Alto on 9/7-9/9, but I have a conflict with that), so that I can hear them explain that it's hard work making big bucks with their program. I'm not ready to set any dates right now, but agree it's okay to call me back sometime after 9/10.
- As of 10/15/2001, I haven't heard back from Antares. I can't say I blame them, because nothing in their presentation can overcome the misleading information they include in their initial mailings. Curiously though, I've received some contacts from people who claim that the Antares opportunity is legit. I just have to wonder what motivated them to come to the defense of this company. Well, here goes:
- 9/2002: At Natural Choice's request, I've agreed to attend their presentation in Burlingame on September 7. Dana Bashor offered to attend so he could answer any questions after I had afterwards, but I told him I didn't think that was necessary.
- 9/7/2002: I attended the Natural Choice presentation in Burlingame, California. After the presentation, I spent nearly 2 hours talking with Dana Bashor. The long and the short of it is that we don't see eye to eye on everything. Read the details in Natural Choice New Perspective .
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