WARNING: This review is an extremely candid “diary-like” recant of my experience as a Seacret Agent. I have highlighted this Review on Seacret Direct with major insights that I have learned, that I was taught or that I have found to be helpful along the way.
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My Seacret Direct experience began when my sister burst into my room jacked out of her mind as if she had drop kicked rhino. She was SUPER excited. She and her boyfriend had just returned from walking in a fashion show in San Diego and she’s making this proud, triumphant face like she hog-tied some models and brought them back from the show for me. Immediately I ran through the possibilities:
A) Some agency wanted her or her boyfriend to sign
B) Aaron- her boyfriend, might be wearing that cycling uni-tard he seemed a little too fond of, or
C) she bought some flaming little poop-trinket she wanted to show off to me.
For the record, let it be known I am an Internet Marketing Specialist and I am always looking for a good product, idea or wild adventure to get involved in. This, she knew all to well. She began telling me about this company that just started and is expanding rapidly with some great opportunities to make money.
After her jabbering on about this revolutionary product for “wrinkly people” that turns them young, people shedding dead skin off like snakes and futuristic mud masques, I had heard enough. I summed it up quickly in my head “Seacret Agents are meeting in Santa Monica to “un-wrinkle” peoples wrinkles?” That sounded so bizarre I jumped out of my chair.
It sounded too good to be true but what the hell, I had been looking for a product to promote online. If this product could get my sister that excited, I could ride the wave of excitement from he masses as the buzz spreads and I’d make a few bucks on the hype alone. Plus…. I had always pretended to be James Bond growing up. Now was my chance at 007 status! I could be Bronzed Bond! I may have to work on the name a bit….
A few days later, I found myself in the convention center on the corner of Olympic and Sawtelle, Santa Monica. I walked into a room full of people listening to a guy giving a presentation. The set up was all too familiar and some mixed emotions started settling in.
Being an opportunist, I have been to dozens of other network marketing opportunities and when they handed me a name tag and a pen-I thought
“Oh, fu@k no.”
I am very image oriented and tend to cross reference things to whatever situation I’m in. Name tags bring out some weird images for me. My mind was seeing flashes of AA meetings, speed dating and just dysfunctional people in general…. As I was running through the list of reasons why I should leave immediately, I was greeted warmly by one of the top earners from Seacret Direct.
No going back now… Better make the most of it.
I pondered the intricacies of writing “Richard Beebig” on my name tag and introducing myself as Dick…. My plan was cut short as we were waved into a row of seats with a couple waving us in. It was this very couple, Patrick and Marketa, that had turned my sister and Aaron to Seacret Agents. The skepticism was peaking and I was making up reasons everyone was a fake. I could hear the inner detective at work “Do you really think his name is Patrick? Patrick’s an Asian dude. Asians aren’t named Patrick. Marketa is Polish and these two are a couple? There is NO way a Polish girl is dating an Asian dude without getting paid. Alright stop. You’re an asshole. But they turned my poor sister into one of them and they’re gonna try to suck out her money. Seacret Agents my ass. Secret Vampires…
I started holding my neck as the images ran rampant in my mind: Flashes of Brahm Stoker’s Dracula, Interview with the Vampire, Blood Suckers, my ex girlfriend…
THEN, I decided to tune in to the speaker and stop being such a Beebig. Dick Beebig. Shaken, not stirred…
Jesse Macpherson was in full speed and was actually very entertaining to listen to. I had missed the details of the Seacret Direct compensation plan but picked up the mini speech with his comparison to other top network marketing companies. He was saying the best MLM’s have achieved success and longevity because they delivered on their promises to their customers as well as their independent sales reps. Top network marketing companies deliver on the value of the product in both quality and price AS WELL AS provide proper compensation for it’s organization which in effect promotes growth and sustainability of the organization.
I witnessed the effectiveness of the Seacret skin care product line as Jesse scrolled through pictures and testimonials. Wowzy. I was intrigued. The presentation of the products ON SCREEN were amazing if they were true. What really struck me to the core that night, was the part of Jesse’s presentation about our current economic conditions and our evolution as a society of extreme networking capabilities.