I don't hide my disdain for many of the topics of discussion. Nor do I disguise my disgust at the stretching of truths, double standards, petty complaints and outright lies presented as "truth" on that site.
However, today something caught my attention that I felt was worthy of note.
As conversation developed about someone that was stepping out of Mary Kay and anticipating charge-backs (which would create a need for her to pay Mary Kay as there would be no commission check for the charge-backs to be removed from).
It was suggested that she should not pay them, but instead ignore the requests for payment indefinitely as had (allegedly) been successfully employed by another member.
Some of you (more vehement anti-pt types) will be saying, so how is this unique. That is exactly what you can expect to find on that site. While I tend to agree with these sentiments, what follows is (as far as I can tell) from Tracy about this subject.
I disagree with not paying the chargeback. It was something that you agreed to in your contract with MK.... when you originally received the commissions you did so on the condition that if the consultant returned her inventory, you'd also return the commission. I think the right thing to do is pay the chargeback and know that you have a clean conscience. Mary Kay may be a scam and may abuse and take advantage of millions of women, but we want to be better than they are. Just my two cents, and I do know many disagree with me. That's okay... I'm just sayin'....
Tracy, while we don't see eye to eye on the subject of Mary Kay (in many ways) I thank you for having the integrity and decency to steer people away from participating in dishonest ways.