Vector Marketing Corporation Reviews – Is Cutco Cutlery Company A Scam?

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Are you looking for Vector Marketing reviews because you are wondering if Vector Marketing Corporation is scam like everyone on YouTube says it is?

It’s usually something along the lines of, “Selling Cutco for Vector Company is the biggest rip off ever! They just steal your money, blah blah blah…”

THIS IS JUST PLAIN WRONG! Most Vector Marketing reviews get this wrong because they are unaware a deposit is no longer needed for their sample set.

These are usually by people who have never made any money with Vector Marketing and don’t have the determination or drive to learn how to sell them or who to sell them to properly.

Now I am not a Vector Marketing sales representative currently, but I was at one time. And I can tell you it is definitely not a scam. It’s not as easy as they make it seem, but it’s not a scam by any stretch of the imagination.

I am completely positive towards Vector Marketing and their Cutco Cutlery products. Everyone I have ever talked to absolutely loves their Cutco knives, so you are selling a quality product when you work for Vector.

I do believe there isĀ  BETTER way however to make money working from home, around your school schedule, and online.

Vector Marketing Reviews – Cutco Company Is NOT A Scam

I’m sure you have either received a letter in the mail, been approached by someone on campus, or just found an ad online when looking for work form home as a student.

The company is based in Olean, New York and is based off of a direct sales and multi-level marketing (MLM) business model. I absolutely love the MLM industry I just feel there is a better way than Vector. But more on that later.

They mainly market to students just graduating high school and college students because of their flexible schedule by nature. This makes learning the business easy because the each it in a classroom setting.

It’s great for people with a large “warm market” or people who already have a large list of people they can demonstrate the knives to.

Vector Marketing Cutco Scam Reviews – Sales Representative

To be successful with Vector Marketing, you need to have consistent action and drive to setup the appointments and get the referrals.

The majority of your business will be word of mouth advertising. And you will be paid a certain percentage of your sales minus any bonuses that you might give away to help close the deal.

There is also small referral commission you make for referring new representatives to the business. If you stick at it, you can manage your own office and then get commissions based on the office’s total sales.

They also have bonus contests where you can win more knives and holders for the knives to add to your display collection to help you sell more.

But I have a better way that leverages the internet and you can earn off of other people’s efforts from the beginning rather than having to get your own office first. Just put your name and email below or on the right side of this page to see what I’m talking about.

See you at the top,

James Downing
Attraction Marketing Coach
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PS – Vector Marketing reviews that claim scam are just wrong and usually done by negative people. To be successful in this industry (direct sales/mlm) you need to surround yourself with positive people and mastermind with people who are more successful than you. To see how to join my mastermind team, put in your name and email address in the form below.

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Jodie January 16, 2012 at 3:20 pm

It is NOT a scam. It is a business, and you are your own businessman. I’m sorry if not everyone is successful in their first week, but I’m already on my third week and just hit my 20% promotion, am in the running in a current contest to win more knives, and attending a conference at the end of the month. In addition, you have the chance to win trips to exotic locations, free knives to keep for yourself, and amazing job experience.

If you think it’s a scam, you’re probably not putting the work in to be successful. It isn’t a job that you can slack off and work when you want. It is your job, you again are your own businessman running the business. If you don’t make the calls, you don’t get the appointments, you don’t get the appointments, you don’t get paid. That’s how a sales job works. I’ve had 31 appointments in two weeks, and have seven more coming up this week so far. Last week alone, I made a sale on every single appointment I went to, including one galley set.

So no, it’s not a scam

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James Downing January 18, 2012 at 1:57 am

I completely agree Jodi.

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