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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by ruftop(m): 11:04am On Aug 06, 2015
sister to GNLD
brightersms:
Try DBS u will testify

No product
No downline

Just earn per month

Whatsapp 08039521412

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by miqos02(m): 11:09am On Aug 06, 2015
allanphash7:
I hate 2 people in nigeria








Jehova witness and network marketers







Simply because there is no how much you chase them they will still come back the following day
u funny

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Nobody: 11:11am On Aug 06, 2015
asumo12:



Don't tell me u be victims

Never... undecided. But I've read about them..
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Adeyinka12(m): 11:14am On Aug 06, 2015
searching4love:


AYE E TI BAJE
haaaaha, olopa ewo ntepe ?
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Fundango: 11:15am On Aug 06, 2015
fattbabakay:
What's GNLD??
stand for "Golden Neo Life Diamite",i was once a member i stoped at "senior manager"rank,and my last pay i recieve is #28,400 that was Feb 2007.i stopped becos my upline director@kano is not helping his downline members to expand their business.my upline director@ that time is Abdulhakeem Mudashiru a well known "1 Ruby Director"earning over #300,000 per month.

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Nobody: 11:20am On Aug 06, 2015
kossyablaze:
Dunno...
Buh y is it dah Nigerians don't skype?

I am a.Skype user..mostly for calls and desktop sharing
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by mooremedia: 11:23am On Aug 06, 2015
Inioluwa01:
@OP,you fit sponsor yourself pay money for Visa to America to go market and sell GLO Sim cards?.. .Your monthly salary go be 40K(commission based). If yes, then GNLD is no biggie, you can work for them. Take this.. .. undecided.
May God forgive you . I'm not an asshole in Jesus name.
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Aigbehis(m): 11:27am On Aug 06, 2015
When these multi-level marketers come to me, I let them know they are not only wasting their time, but also working tirelessly to enrich someone they don't even know.
I advise them to look for something else doing because the job is bent on being servitude.

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by zheroes(m): 11:30am On Aug 06, 2015
Opiosko:
The only known scam bigger than it is Buhari
your father yansh!!!!!!!
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by SylarsMcQuins: 11:31am On Aug 06, 2015
Fundango:
stand for "Golden Neo Life Diamite",i was once a member i stoped at "senior manager"rank,and my last pay i recieve is #28,400 that was Feb 2007.i stopped becos my upline director@kano is not helping his downline members to expand their business.my upline director@ that time is Abdulhakeem Mudashiru a well known "1 Ruby Director"earning over #300,000 per month.

Thanks for the info, is it advisable for pple to check dem out or look for something beta?
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by SylarsMcQuins: 11:32am On Aug 06, 2015
Bros give us MB abeg
danjumakolo:

I am a.Skype user..mostly for calls and desktop sharing

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by stevinco(m): 11:41am On Aug 06, 2015
Waste of time and fruitless effort

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Nobody: 11:44am On Aug 06, 2015
i have done GNLD before, my opinion is this:
1.) Their products are a lot more expensive than their equivalent in the market... for example imagine someone tell you to buy canned malt drink at N250 when you can buy canned maltina at N120.
2.) They keep telling you to bring people to the network to make money but the truth is most people you know are not interested in marketing over priced products... so it just turns into a sort of pyramid scheme where the whole thing is about bringing people into the network and not sell products.

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by cecegorz(m): 11:57am On Aug 06, 2015
Toks2008:


Let me clear the air on one misconception.

Network marketing or multilevel marketing is a legal,legitimate and regulated business like every other business and in fact it is taught as a whole course in Harvard.

Life itself is multilevel and today we have billions of people in the world all originating from 2 people as the bible made us to believe.

In newt-work marketing you don't start today and expect to make money overnight.It could take years to start getting the dividend but in Nigerians are always interested in short cuts.

For instance look at forex trading,i actually developed a profitable software that can generate average of 10% monthly on your capital but Many Nigerians have always asked me, can't it make 50% and i just shake my head.

GNLD,TIANSHI,TASLY,VMAX,FOREVER LIVING and so on are all legal,profitable and well organized way of EARNING PASSIVE INCOME.did you read that? PASSIVE INCOME(an income you make by the side which serves as alternative source of income and should not be rushed or placed too much expectation on but it keeps coming)

I do not upport the aggressive nature and the canny way some people lure unsuspecting individuals into GNLD and the likes but when it comes to the issue of scanm or no scam, i can tell anyone authoritatively that it is not scam but a legitimate and foermidable way of making passive income if we can only be patient.

The programe i have on my signature is another great way of making over 25,000euro which could take 1,2,3,4,5 years to come but keeps coming as deposits of 36euro in your local currency equivalent into your bank account.

1.Just sign up with 54euro through someone who is already a member which is pegged at 240naira to 1euro by the company in Germany due to crazy fluctuations in Nigeria.

2.Get 3 friends to sign up through you and get back your full 54euro back into your pocket and forget you ever did it.

3.Start receiving sms alerts of 36euro deposit into your local bank account at 240naira to 1euro over and over and over again which keeps coming and coming until you have earned 25,000euro+

Just start it and give yourself like a year and you would have made something tangible to do something worthwhile.

That is passive income. no rushing

You started well by explaining that those MLM schemes are legal and then ended up by introducing the readers to your illegal business.
The MLM schemes you properly explained are legal because of just one thing; they have commodities you can sell and make some little profit, apart from earnings on your down lines.
But your own scheme is called a Ponzi scheme, a criminal activity that is based on recruiting down lines ONLY! What happens is that if i give you 54euros to register, but can't get anybody else to do same, my money is gone with the wind.
But mind you, you can land yourself in jail in no time, if you continue on this track.
You can read up on the failed wonder banks in Nigeria, or Madoff of USA.

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by frankobobby(m): 12:29pm On Aug 06, 2015
allanphash7:
I hate 2 people in nigeria








Jehova witness and network marketers







Simply because there is no how much you chase them they will still come back the following day
allanphash7:
I hate 2 people in nigeria








Jehova witness and network marketers







Simply because there is no how much you chase them they will still come back the following day
allanphash7:
I hate 2 people in nigeria








Jehova witness and network marketers







Simply because there is no how much you chase them they will still come back the following day
but Jehovah's witnesses re gud people

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by emerich(m): 12:32pm On Aug 06, 2015
GNLD is a big SCAM, they ripped off my dad of his #30,000 some years back, even though i tried convincing him it was a scam at 1st, saw an advert on a wall at Barnawa, Kaduna, of a lucrative job at a newly opened hotel, out of curiosity i decided to give it a shot while awaiting NYSC, reaching the hotel i was told there was no interview slated 4 that particular day when i called the no on the advert i was referred to a dilapidated primary school near-by, got there and was told the platform was GNLD, infact they have even changed their name to NLD, the guy claiming to be the manager was just making some grammatical blunders that a primary school pupil wouldn't make and he was just bragging of being a graduate and receiving #97,000 monthly, mere seeing him i felt like giving him some cash and clothing, they were far from being convincing so i had to leave alongside some knowledgeable fellows that came. Pls be weary of the so called GNLD and it's agent, it's a scam and a ploy to rip you off of your hard earned currency from some desperate and ignorant individuals. A complete waste of time and resources.

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by allanphash7(m): 12:41pm On Aug 06, 2015
Bro not saying they are not that good but they wont hear if you tell them you are not interested in the book and the preaching





They will keep coming to your doorstep day by day
frankobobby:
[b][/b]
but Jehovah's witnesses re gud people
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by SylarsMcQuins: 12:49pm On Aug 06, 2015
emerich:
GNLD is a big SCAM, they ripped off my dad of his #30,000 some years back, even though i tried convincing him it was a scam at 1st, saw an advert on a wall at Barnawa, Kaduna, of a lucrative job at a newly opened hotel, out of curiosity i decided to give it a shot while awaiting NYSC, reaching the hotel i was told there was no interview slated 4 that particular day when i called the no on the advert i was referred to a dilapidated primary school near-by, got there and was told the platform was GNLD, infact they have even changed their name to NLD, the guy claiming to be the manager was just making some grammatical blunders that a primary school pupil wouldn't make and he was just bragging of being a graduate and receiving #97,000 monthly, mere seeing him i felt like giving him some cash and clothing, they were far from being convincing so i had to leave alongside some knowledgeable fellows that came. Pls be weary of the so called GNLD and it's agent, it's a scam and a ploy to rip you off of your hard earned currency from some desperate and ignorant individuals. A complete waste of time and resources.

Am sori bot dat and that's for the INFO
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Nobody: 12:49pm On Aug 06, 2015
I don't know of GNLD, I've been in Forever Living Products and I made quite some money before my current job schedule couldn't allow me go ahead. But at a Recognized Manager level, I can be back to it anytime. What I gained most is that it brushes up your many hidden skills. The problem is that as good as those products are, someone still looking for what to eat cannot think of using them no matter how seriously sick. who cares about side effects of chemically produced drugs as long as it is cheap and gives relief!

At the moment, I'm in a stress-free network where you do not sell products, just refer and it's cheap to register N3,000.

whatsapp

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by SylarsMcQuins: 12:54pm On Aug 06, 2015
Toks2008:
Let me clear the air on one misconception.
Network marketing or multilevel marketing is a
legal,legitimate and regulated business like every other
business and in fact it is taught as a whole course in
Harvard.
Life itself is multilevel and today we have billions of people
in the world all originating from 2 people as the bible
made us to believe.
In newt-work marketing you don't start today and expect to
make money overnight.It could take years to start getting
the dividend but in Nigerians are always interested in short
cuts.
For instance look at forex trading,i actually developed a
profitable software that can generate average of 10%
monthly on your capital but Many Nigerians have always
asked me, can't it make 50% and i just shake my head.
GNLD,TIANSHI,TASLY,VMAX,FOREVER LIVING and so on are
all legal,profitable and well organized way of EARNING
PASSIVE INCOME.did you read that? PASSIVE INCOME
(an income you make by the side which serves as
alternative source of income and should not be rushed
or placed too much expectation on but it keeps
coming)
I do not upport the aggressive nature and the canny way
some people lure unsuspecting individuals into GNLD and
the likes but when it comes to the issue of scanm or no
scam, i can tell anyone authoritatively that it is not scam
but a legitimate and foermidable way of making passive
income if we can only be patient.
The programe i have on my signature is another great way
of making over 25,000euro which could take 1,2,3,4,5 years
to come but keeps coming as deposits of 36euro in your
local currency equivalent into your bank account.
1.Just sign up with 54euro through someone who is
already a member which is pegged at 240naira to 1euro by
the company in Germany due to crazy fluctuations in
Nigeria.
2.Get 3 friends to sign up through you and get back your
full 54euro back into your pocket and forget you ever did
it.
3.Start receiving sms alerts of 36euro deposit into your
local bank account at 240naira to 1euro over and over and
over again which keeps coming and coming until you have
earned 25,000euro+
Just start it and give yourself like a year and you would
have made something tangible to do something
worthwhile.
That is passive income. no rushing



cecegorz:


You started well by explaining that those MLM schemes are legal and then ended up by introducing the readers to your illegal business.
The MLM schemes you properly explained are legal because of just one thing; they have commodities you can sell and make some little profit, apart from earnings on your down lines.
But your own scheme is called a Ponzi scheme, a criminal activity that is based on recruiting down lines ONLY! What happens is that if i give you 54euros to register, but can't get anybody else to do same, my money is gone with the wind.
But mind you, you can land yourself in jail in no time, if you continue on this track.
You can read up on the failed wonder banks in Nigeria, or Madoff of USA.

Tell him jare, scammers of life.
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by SylarsMcQuins: 12:58pm On Aug 06, 2015
frankobobby:
[b][/b] but Jehovah's witnesses re gud people
How do u add so many quotes together?
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Fundango: 1:02pm On Aug 06, 2015
Toks2008:



I actually was one of the people who brought in GNLD from Ghana in 1999.

I went through hell trying to market these products and the stress made me dump it because the more i tried the more i realize how futile it was due to bad economy.

Even till date the same problem persists because in order to grow, you must make down-lines which is no issue but making a speculated PV(Point values) is the problem.

The good news is that every one interested in raising substantial money to start any business of choice can now take advantage of a global cooperative program which gives you the opportunity to generate over 25,000euro with zero capital.

Check my signature.
pls can you send info about such opportnity to my email.
At jibrilsalihu2015@gmail.com
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Toks2008(m): 1:25pm On Aug 06, 2015
cecegorz:


You started well by explaining that those MLM schemes are legal and then ended up by introducing the readers to your illegal business.
The MLM schemes you properly explained are legal because of just one thing; they have commodities you can sell and make some little profit, apart from earnings on your down lines.
But your own scheme is called a Ponzi scheme, a criminal activity that is based on recruiting down lines ONLY! What happens is that if i give you 54euros to register, but can't get anybody else to do same, my money is gone with the wind.
But mind you, you can land yourself in jail in no time, if you continue on this track.
You can read up on the failed wonder banks in Nigeria, or Madoff of USA.

I appreciate your insight but next time i will advice you ask questions rather than jump into bias and baseless conclusion.

Before i shed more light lets look at what Ponzi means;Ponzi is another name for pyramid scheme and what exactly is a pyramid?

A pyramid is a mode of business where no matter how hardworking your down-lines are,they can never earn more than you.

In GNLD,TIANSHI.TASLY.VMAX,FOREEVER LIVING and many more we wil agree that the modus operandi is to register with a certain amount and then buy products to accumulate a certain volume in order to qualify you for a growth and to facilitate your growth you will need to sign up people who will also buy product and continue the chain. So just as you asked as illustrated above in bold letterings i ask the same from you "What after registering in gnld and the likes you have no money to buy products or have the ability to sign up new people?" i guess your money is also gone with the wind shey?

Let me educate you dude,the program on my signature does not involve buying and selling of products but its simply a global cooperative scheme where people come together to make voluntary donations to others and your 54euro was never paid in vain because you actually made 6 people richer by 3 and 10 euro reespectively and i do not think if you give out 54euro voluntarily to help people you will say you lost your money unlike other mlms that you use huge money to register and get stocked due to lack of money to purchase products that you dont really need.

Are you conversant with esusu? thrift where a number of people come together to contribute money on a periodic basis for the aim of enriching each other so please see this 54euro program as the same and please check the screen shots to see what i have earned so far.

If you don't understand stuffs please ask rather than hastily jump into baseless and unfounded bias conclusion and in that way you will learn more in life. Peace.
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by engrshakespeare: 1:35pm On Aug 06, 2015
smig101:
WRONG WRONG WRONG

GNLD IS NOT A SCAM, WE NIGERIAN HAVE BEEN THE PROBLEM, GREED AND THE LOVE OF MONEY HAS COMPLETELY TAKEN OVER OUR MIND.
NO BODY CAN TELL ME OTHER WISE THIS I CAN ATTEST TO. THE COMPANY IS NOT THE PROBLEM BUT THE CRIMINAL MIND OF PEOPLE WHO ARE RECRUITED INTO THE BUSINESS,

GNLD HAS NEVER DONE AN ADVERT FOR EMPLOYMENT AND WILL NEVER DO THAT. JUST UNSCRUPULOUS ELEMENT WITHIN

GNLD is the most elaborate lie ever concoted. I joined and was ripped off more than 200k. if u join u can never make heaven cos u have to lie every freaking day. we share fake vacancy fliers and even pray over them. People claim to make millions including those dt just joined. We enter buses nd refuse to pay even though wr hv the money we are taught to beg. We are brainwashed like boko haram wouldbe sucide bombers. My eyes are open now, I apologise to all those av scammed.

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Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Toks2008(m): 1:40pm On Aug 06, 2015
Fundango:
pls can you send info about such opportunity to my email.
At jibrilsalihu2015@gmail.com

There is no need sending anything to your email. It is a transparent program that have been existing for many years but the 54euro bronze category is a newly introduced one to allow many countries with low earners enjoy the benefits.

It beats my imagination when naive and bias people draw up conclusions without finding out facts.

The Bible says we should not swear but i write this with GOD almighty as a witness that this same program was what gave me financial back bone in 2001 that i used to start my company after trying in futility to make a headway in GNLD after bringing it from Ghana in 1999.

This is one of the cheques i collected with my mum's name way back when the program was still domiciled in usd but today its in euro and your money goes directly into your local bank account.

Some people will still say this cheque was forged and this is why many youths in Nigeria will find it hard to break new growths because of their negative attitude towards great opportunity.

Nigeria postal service was so bad way back that we had to use cotonou postal service so tell me why i will come to nairaland to promote a scam program?

www.

Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Nobody: 1:45pm On Aug 06, 2015
gagzee:

bros d thing is lack of information kill ppl, thaht is why too many ppl r poor in dis part of d world...Im into it so let me try and break it down for you.
some ppl run away from it cos dey dnt want to work hard, dey rather have that 9-6 job whr dy sit thr ass morning till night and get paid peanut.
In gnld you have have to work smart and hard to achieve success, and yes for d 1st 2months you might not be paid, nothing good comes easy my ppl, bt you would definately have money for your upkeep during that period.
So gnld is a company in partnership with neo life which makes amazing ''supliments" not drugs please.
so what we gnld agents do is we stand as d middleman between neolife and the consumers, meaning we get the products at very low company price, and sell at retailers price, making all d profits to our self.
so, on joining gnld you definately have to pay a registration fee to become a distributor for the company, whch is less than 15k, then you buy products worth any amt you can afford, and note from the products you buy ur gain can even be more than your reg fee, so my brother what is scam there?
apart from that, each products have points whch d company uses to compensate you based on thr calculatn whch is very transparent, bt i cant type all that, unless you contact me.
so how do you sell your products?.....well you dnt expect an educated bizman to do bizness like an uneducated bizman right?....so, we dnt do one on one sales, instead we goto companies, banks, establishments, etc to do health talk and health check up for them, after whch we explain d results, and prescribe our supliments, whch 90 out of 100% of them buy, and we also charge 1k for test.
on a bad day you mke sales of 50k, makaing a profit more than your reg fee.
so apart from making money from sales and checkup, d main money is in recruiting ppl to d business, whch has points higher than purchasing suppliments, coz d conpany wants to empower ppl.
so ppl use job recruitment to attract ppl because my brother if dy come to you n say come join network marketing u go run asap, so dey use dat to attract u so dey can explain it to you.
so please is it scam?
.
..

Good explanation..... So u mean all this misleading text they send is right!
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Toks2008(m): 1:47pm On Aug 06, 2015
engrshakespeare:


GNLD is the most elaborate lie ever concoted. I joined and was ripped off more than 200k. if u join u can never make heaven cos u have to lie every freaking day. we share fake vacancy fliers and even pray over them. People claim to make millions including those dt just joined. We enter buses nd refuse to pay even though wr hv the money we are taught to beg. We are brainwashed like boko haram wouldbe sucide bombers. My eyes are open now, I apologise to all those av scammed.

In as much as i will never bring down any program,i will say this and i stand challenged anyday anytime that GNLD and the likes are not the best for budding enterprenures expecially those who are still husttling their way up.

I was actually in a bus coming back from omole estate where i went around selling GNLD products in 1999 when a woman from Ghana told me about Golden circle and i thank GOD that unlike some people here who will not be objective i keyed into the opportunity and it paid off because while i never made N100 in GNLD,i was able to raise about 400k from this program and i rented an office to start my busines.
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by jaybee3(m): 1:49pm On Aug 06, 2015
Toks2008:


In as much as i will never bring down any program,i will say this and i stand challenged anyday anytime that GNLD and the likes are not the best for budding enterprenures expecially those who are still husttling their way up.

I was actually in a bus coming back from omole estate where i went around selling GNLD products in 1999 when a woman from Ghana told me about Golden circle and i thank GOD that unlike some people here who will not be objective i keyed into the opportunity and it paid off because while i never made N100 in GNLD,i was able to raise about 400k from this program and i rented an office to start my busines.

What eventually happened to the Golden circle or where is it today?

All these ponzi, pyramid, multi-level marketing don't work
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by Toks2008(m): 2:06pm On Aug 06, 2015
jaybee3:


What eventually happened to the Golden circle or where is it today?

All these ponzi, pyramid, multi-level marketing don't work

I love intelligent questions like this except the conclusion you made.

Golden circle has been in existence for over 30 years and still operating as i write this and i just earned another 30euro yesterday.

In 1999 it made its debut in Nigeria when some Ghhianians introduced it and ofcourse its a German program.

The point is that it was formaerly domiciled in usd but when the euro currency came to be, it was changed to euro and made 75euro from 45usd which made it hard for many to partcipate due to the high cost and this necessitated the introduction of a new 54euro category to allow people with tight budget participate so nothing has happened to it and its still waxing stronger.

You can check my signature to carefuly read whats all about.
Re: Why Are Nigerians Scared Of G.N.L.D by jaybee3(m): 2:10pm On Aug 06, 2015
Toks2008:



Do you know what a pyramid scheme is?

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