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Network Marketing VT Shuts Doors


Network Marketing VT ( NMVT, Network Marketing Virtual Training ) shut their doors over the weekend. Founder Jason Spurlock announced the closure, citing problems wiht the commission software and numerous complaints in the social network space about the company and commissions: Network Marketing VT, as it is now, is closing for business. I want to express my sincere thanks and gratitude to everyone who helped make the company and this journey what it has been been. The journey was certainly worth it. However, we live in a world where perception does not always match reality and in the network marketing industry trust and confidence have tremendous worth; especially in the age of social media. The software and programming issues we have experienced since re-launching the comp plan in September 2012 have left many affiliates with the opportunity to express negative emotions in the social networking space based on wrongful assumptions that they were never paid fairly. This company has not processed one credit card payment since the first week of December 2012. And it's important to understand that NMVT has been through 2 full audits in the past, we have hired programmers direct from First Data, our consultants have been the most respected in the industry, and our staff has always maintained the highest integrity. The goal, vision, mission, and purpose of Network Marketing VT continues forever. It truly is our life's most expressive and dutiful work. The message will simply evolve into a bigger, more robust, trustworthy, and valuable brand in the near future. You will always have an open invitation to join us. The training schedule, including the webinars and the Wake Up To Success calls are being put on hold for the time being. As most of you know, I really do enjoy hosting the Wake Up call; however, this is a very difficult time for me personally and hosting the Wake Up call is very hard to muster up the courage for -- when I feel I would be better served through quite contemplation and meditation at this time. Pretty soon, I will be back on the line and I hope you'll continue to invest your time on the morning call too. The Wake Up call is one of the purposes of my life...so after a week or two of rest, we'll resume the schedule. I love you. I care for you. I believe in you. And I'm sorry. If there has been anything that left you feeling offended, it was never intentional and I pray you'll forgive me. More than anything else, I hope you'll call me your friend and will keep me and my family in your thoughts and prayers. I promise to keep in you touch and keep you updated. You please do the same. Sincerely, Jason Network Marketing VT

Publised By :2015-07-16 22:36:51