Another One Bites the Dust (or) Why one should not jump around from company to new company

The trend to jump around from Network Marketing (or MLM) company to company and join every new one and expose all your contacts to it certainly should never have had its day! Some blame it on the training. New Distributors should be trained to be loyal and work the program to the end, especially if we know the company has stability. Some blame it on human nature, always able to be swayed by the next best thing…well some are not! My personal mentors stayed in companies at least 5 years and some more then 15 years. These are model Network Builders and command the respect of all but their own class. They are the ones who should dictate Network Operation Policy for all new beginners. Here is an email I received from a company I joined to see the inside but never worked because they did one of the great no no’s, change the comp plan within a year, and made many many changes, and it ended up making them lose focus and it killed the company, whether or not their product was viable (the product was ok, and the price was ok but nothing phenomenal, in my opinion). PS – Many networkers would not post the name of this company but I have no problem with doing that, especially as this is a public letter. Here it is:

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Dear eFusjon Distributors:

It is with great sadness that we announce today that we must cease the direct sales multi-level marketing business of eFusjon, Inc. as of September 1, 2010.

The independent contractor distributor agreements will terminate as of this date.  See Distributor Agreement, Section 7 (“The Agreement shall continue in effect between the parties hereto until either party terminates the Agreement…”).  Qualified distributors will receive their last compensation check for the month of August, less offsets against any amounts that are owed to the Company, on September 10th.  Any commissions due will be available in your “Hyperwallet” account until October 31, 2010, after which date you will need to contact the corporate office (to access your “Hyperwallet” account please go to, or contact customer service for assistance).  The Company will send refunds of the $30 membership fee to those distributors who became members in August 2010.

This was a very difficult decision for the Company and not one we had hoped to make.  When the owners started eFusjon in 2008, we envisioned a unique and successful MLM business with healthy and unparalleled beverage products. The goal was to market these products through independent distributors via the MLM direct sales business model.  Distributor performance, however, has been steadily declining for over a year now, and as a result, so has the Company’s revenues. The Company can no longer maintain a marketing model that is not generating the funds needed to grow a viable business. In short, the Company’s MLM business model is no longer a sustainable marketing strategy.

With a certain level of optimism, we also announce today our decision to explore other opportunities for the eFusjon product many of you have come to love. For some period of time, you may continue to enjoy eFusjon products through purchases (without compensation) on the eFusjon website

Lastly, we extend a sincere and heartfelt thank you to all of you for your dedication to eFusjon over the years and for standing by our product and the Company during the height of our success as well as through more recent challenging times.  We share your disappointment about the recent turn of events, but are cautiously optimistic about the future of eFusjon and eFusjon’s unparalleled, healthy beverages.

With gratitude,

The eFusjon Corporate Officers


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