She replied (nicely) that this appeared to be something that would require an investment so she thought that it best to wish me a good day but "no thanks". One thing to note is that she didn't know for certain if there was a cost or if so, what the cost may be. Could she come up with a dollar? Is $100 or $1000 or $20,000 too much or not attainable? Well, I'm thinking out loud here. This is my reply:
Thanks for your kind reply; you've past that test.
(You seem nice so I will invest 10 minutes in my reply; most people I would simply ignore).
What would make you say that? I would say "don't miss the goldmine". Any successful person will tell you that money is never the problem. I would encourage you to get all the facts so you can make an intelligent decision as we offer many areas (ways) to make money.
I don't talk people into anything; I just lead them to our company. You seem sharp enough to qualify to go through our 3 step interview but I won't know until we chat for a couple of minutes. Let me know if you want to. I only know that we have people who earn $10k almost every week. If you can't "believe" that big right now in your stage of life, you are probably right. Either way, I wish you the very best in life!
PS. I'm not sure why I'm offering you what I would charge my clients for (www.terscott.com), but here goes: Successful people do not ask "What does it cost" but "How much can I make?"
Do well with your choices.
If interested, you can get more information about the business/opportunity by going to: www.alloverpropertysource.com. There are about six different ways to make an income with one being an investment of $125 to earn $1000 to $10,000 per sale or $40,000 to $100,000 if one chooses to go the real estate investing route. Will you miss the "goldmine"?