I regularly see Quixtar critics doing convulated calculations based on little but assumptions and guestimates trying to calculate how many qualified Diamonds and above there are in Quixtar in North America. Back in 25 Lawdawg, the self-styled expert of the mlm lawblawg claimed there were only about 55 (site now gone). This has bounced around the internet echo chamber ever since, and even this week on the webraw forums the critics have again convinced themselves of much the same conclusion. Well, I invite you to click the following image and scroll around (requires QuickTime ) –
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It’s a panoramic photo, available on Quixtar.com , from one of Diamond meetings at the all expenses paid Diamond Club 2006 seminar at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa. Does that look like 55 IBOships to you? I quote from the article on Quixtar.com –
More than 270 IBOs descended on the Grand Hyatt to kick off Diamond Club. They received their amenities, registered for activities, then went into meetings or headed outside to enjoy the sun and water.
Many IBOs crowded into a ballroom to watch the Super Bowl. Others returned later to watch a repeat of the game. The evening was capped off with an outdoor luau, where these high pins greeted each other, rekindled friendships, and celebrated their achievements and successes.
So, even if every single Diamondship and above was a couple, and we know they are not (Tim Foley for example), this means there was at least 135 separate IBOships in attendance at 2006 Diamond Club. What’s more, there is no compulsion to attend. If you qualified Diamond in 1986 and still qualify for Diamond Club, you’ve probably been to Hawaii more times than you can count! Maybe your retired and just decided not to go? What’s more –
Twenty-five new pins were honored, led by Tim Foley, a new Founders Crown Ambassador from Tavares, Florida, and Seung Ho and Hyunja Kim, new Founders Double Diamonds from Glen Head, New York. Also recognized were seven new Executive Diamonds, two new Founders Diamonds, and 14 new Diamonds.
So there’s the facts, there is at least 135 qualifying Diamonds and above. The critics show their ignorance yet again.
UPDATE: Anna Bryce on the Quixtar Opportunity Zone has confirmed that at North American Diamond Club 2007 there were over 300 diamonds representing approx 160 IBOships.
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