Maggie and Angie...

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Registered: 07-05-2005
Maggie and Angie...
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Sun, 11-12-2006 - 9:30pm

I work from home (in addition to teaching) and can share what I do if you all are interested. It is direct sales but the commission is much higher than some of the other companies out there. You can ask me here or email me for my business (DFWbralady@hotmail.com or see my site: www.myessentialbodywear.com/felicia)

I have been pleasantly surprised at how quickly it has taken off and how well it's going~

Felicia

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Registered: 07-28-2006
Mon, 11-13-2006 - 7:53am
sure i would love more info

~ Maggie ~

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Registered: 09-14-2006
Tue, 11-14-2006 - 8:21am

Thanks Felicia!!!!

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Registered: 07-05-2005
Tue, 11-14-2006 - 8:57pm

In a nutshell I am a professional bra fitter : ) I used a DVD that came with my kit to train myself. The main thing is to practice...and it gets alot easier with time.

I have approached it by going to women's fitness centers to do bra clinics (after all 85% of women wear the wrong bra). I measure fit women, find out what they want in a bra, let them try on bras, and order for them. Most of my customers have been happy with their purchase. We have a great return policy (refund minus s/h or a one-time exchange in 45 days).

It really does something for a woman to come out in the right bra. I do a "headlights" test before I fit them. They put stickers on their shirt where their nipples are, then I measure and give them one of my bras. They put my bra on, their shirt back on and we look for the stickers. I would say almost 99% of the time, the stickers are between 1-3 inches lower. Many walk around saying "I can't believe I walked around with my nipples down there." It's pretty funny. I measure over their clothes and only look at the "girls" if they want me to.

The commission is was is so great. It's 25% and you can't beat that with a stick : ) So when I leave a club or something, I am already calculating my hourly rate. Sometimes is GREAT and other times, it's so-so.

I am realistic though about telling people the in's and out's. I didn't even try to recruit because I wouldn't want anyone to sign up if I didn't think they could make money at it. I wanted to know for myself that you can make money before telling people about this opportunity (if that makes sense).

Feel free to ask me any other questions~

Felicia

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