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The article seeks only to discuss the strategies and activities of some of the reps within ACN (which often times are likely not in accordance with what ACN the corporation encourages or condones.) The scam works by convincing people that they have are going to make a lot of money in the telecom industry by selling a few video phones, satellite TV subscriptions, cell phones, landlines, etc and encouraging a few of their friends to do the same. Anyone can sell 3 services and we would argue that anyone could also find a friend to do the same.The issue, in our opinion, comes when you actually try to do it.I’ve got used to the British ways and love their exaggerated courtesy.It might get on my nerves occasionally – like when I’m asked by a checkout assistant at Tesco’s if I’ve found everything I was looking for every bloody time I shop there, or some other mantra they’d just been taught at a “What-to-say-to-customers course” – but when I’m back in CZ I realize I actually miss it!but what about the 58 people who signed up and lost money?Is hard work still a reasonable justification for profits when you have caused 58 people to part with their money by promising them great returns and delivering them nothing?
But you try to change those notes into Czech crowns in a Czech bank! I didn’t know that the first time, of course, and was well pissed-off when the stupid Czech bank woman in Komerční banka in Česká Třebová gave me a wad of twenty pound notes back with an arrogant smirk on her face saying that they are not valid. She told the woman at the desk where she wanted to go etc. So my friend takes out her debit card to pay and the woman says: “You’re paying by card?
Having your own website gives you some perks, including knowing how your visitors got there. But, unfortunately, despite the fact I am Czech myself, I must agree…
That’s why I know that quite a few people are asking Google “Why are Czechs so rude? Every nation in Europe has its own characteristics – the noisy animated Italians, the wine-loving sexy French, the humourless Germans, the rude Czechs 🙁 I’ve done a bit of googling on the subject of “Why are Czechs so rude” and quite a few pages came up with various people’s stories from their visits to the Czech Republic.
This chasm becomes obvious as soon as I get off the plane at Ruzyně or cross the Waidhaus / Rozvadov border into CZ. Every time we go to CZ we’re faced with rude, arrogant, unpleasant Czechs 🙁 I really don’t know where this rudeness comes from.
Having said that, the lady at the kiosk where you buy your dálniční známka or motorway sticker in the casino building was in fact VERY nice last time – so big thumbs UP for her. I can only assume that it’s the result of 40 years of totality and oppression, which has made the Czechs bitter, rancorous and spiteful.
Bob shows the business to 300 people over the course of the year, 60 of them sign up, and 2 of them actually make their initial investment back.