We bought a small salad master set of pans from our daughter. We wanted to help her meet her quota by buying a set of pans.
As she began to sell pans to her friends and family, she slowly began to learn the rules. The rules were never explained to her in the beginning. She found out later that she had to fix three dinners a week. Later she found out that she had to sell the same set of pans that she bought in the beginning at the end of selling her quota of pans.
That became almost impossible as she bought the most expensive set of pans for a huge amount of money. She became discouraged with the rules. She felt bad about making friends and family buy these sets of pans for such a large amount of money. Now she is supposed pay for her set of pans, even though she sold quite a few sets of pans to her friends and family.
She now must buy her set of pans for 22% interest, which is a ridiculous percentage.
I think salad master is a scam.
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