Kyani Cars Repossessed
Has anyone heard of the AutoAni program? 3
The company claims that luxury cars will be offered for free. My cousin is in touch with him and he has a Mercedes and a BMW to use. I wonder if anyone knows who might be eligible for this program. Sounds like a scam, they would like to give you a good car. My sister sent me the car that my cousins drive on Facebook. He gets good cars like convertibles and equipment, but I can't believe a company will take him away without telling you what they want from you in return. Did anyone do this show?
ani is not a mobile program, ani is an MLM that sells vitamins and energy drinks and dietary supplements. You have to pay to register and then pay to resell the product. You can use any of their cars as long as you buy at least one unit each month. If you do not buy a certain amount of money, you will not be able to use the car. The type of car depends on how much you buy each month. It's like Mary Kay, you can depend on the Mary Kay car depending on what it sells each month. I think Herbalife is doing the same thing or has done it before.
The problem with any MLM is that it is not easy money. Most people spend more than they earn and have a garage full of unsold items. Some people have friends and family to buy and they are good sellers who can make money. But you have to make sure you have a lot of friends who are willing to spend from $ 140 for the cheapest kit to $ 400 for the most expensive kit and we will continue shopping with you every 24 weeks. ۔ If you don't know a lot of people, pay $ 140,500 every few weeks for energy and vitamins, you won't make money or drive well. Only you can decide if you can sell or not and if you know enough people who buy from you regularly.
Your cousin doesn't like cars. The vehicles are objective and his cousin can drive them based on the amount donated each month. If you stop selling, your car will be taken from you and given to another ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■, the person who asked this question got the answer right. Most answers don't really make sense. Kobe Bryant has the best answer. I didn't give the boy a free luxury car, nor was it a company car. Cars are rented in your name with various electronic payments. You probably already know what your cousin does from a business standpoint. Your cousin has a level of work (which isn't great, but it's an investment of time like any other job) that pays a lot of money. You can ask them what they do if you want to share their success. ani really helps everyone to drive instead of checking people and leaving them on their devices. You will be assisted in your business. Just so you know that the best anonymous answers don't include ut ani, because most of your comments have nothing to do with this company. I don't know what his personal experience is, but does it look like he sold a deal he saw as a competition or maybe he lost his breath. Years of sales also tell me that they may not have the experience to form this opinion. And as you know, you don't have to keep any stock because they are delivered to your customers directly from ani Wareuse. This is not a hoax, this is a real opportunity. I can see what your cousin is doing. :)
The best answer is not correct. I have shares in Annie and once you reach a certain level in the company you will get $ 500 per month and $ 1200 for each car. It should be and it should have a sticker on it until you level it and then it can be any color you want and I don't have a sticker. In addition, when you reach this level, you will earn $ 1200 per month for the car. This is not a company car and this car will not be snatched from you unless you sell so much. Remember, this is MLM, you generate the least revenue, that is, when you sell, you get paid. Because consumers have to pay every month, they have to pay every month, and since they pay every month, they have to pay every month. So unless someone stops sending udt automatically, your sales won't work.
ani is a fake channel that can do nothing scientifically to prevent disease or significantly improve health. The car program offers a car to use as a credit. But remember this as a man of conscience and morality. They sell snake oil to people who are anxious to be healthy, lose weight and find a cure for a serious illness. The effect is pure rubbish. It can't do anything chemically. They fabricate Stus, pay Pney and testify, pretend and say things that are medically impossible to prove. This is just another disgusting and sowing MLM pyramid scheme and you have to work to fix it, not fix it!