Post # 1
…MARY KAY sales people. Seriously. I went to Mary Kay “party” for an acquaintance of mine last week because she recently took up the Mary Kay business. From her FB event, I could tell not a lot of people were going, so I felt bad for her and decided to go. Now they call me NONSTOP, even after I’ve told them I’m not interested.
A couple of years ago, a different sales person suckered me into a “free facial” I had won. People – a Mary Kay facial is completely different than salon facial. At the end, she asked me what products I liked, which I reluctantly named a few, and she started writing up a purchase sheet! As if I told her I was going to buy them!
I know they have a few sales people at bridal shows every now and then, so if you sign up, be sure you know what you’re getting yourself into.
Post # 3
I completely agree with you!! They are terrible and never stop calling/texting me!
Post # 4
Yes. Also, The Buckle sales people. Oh my goodness, I don’t shop there anymore because of how awful they are. The second you walk in they bombard you.
Post # 5
Beauty Control sales people are way worse! And extremly rude!
Post # 6
@RoyalLime: I’ve never heard of that before! Thanks for the heads up lol I will add them to the list of people to avoid!
Post # 7
At a baseball game I put my info in for a raffle to win a free cruise. They called me a week later to tell me I won but it turns out you have to sit through a sales pitch with your partner during buisness hours before you get the trip and then you have to get another sales pitch on the cruise. We weren’t interested. But they kept calling over and over and over. Insanity.
Post # 9
Personally, I can handle annoying sales people, intrusive telemarketers and even the creepy door to door guys that want to come give my roof an inspection….what I hate, with the fury of a thousand suns…is my neighbor….the poster child for post-divorce, mid life crisis if there ever was one…has gone hippie on us, and the weekly Drum Circles that happen every Thursday night are becoming a nuisiance…
Post # 10
I actually know two or three MK salespeople that are not like that at all! If they’re new, they’re probably just trying to get their client base and everything. The ladies I know would never force anyone to buy anything! Haha.
Post # 11
OHMYGOSH….when I used to work in a large office, our break room always had Mary Kay flyers on the counter from women who would sell it. Well, apparently one lady got upset because another Mary Kay seller had HER flyer on the counter too. Lady #1 got pissed and went to Lady #2s desk and attacked her while she was on the phone with a customer!!! She was screaming and punching her and ripped her weave out. I shit you not! Everyone was standing up on their chairs to look over the cubicles to see it. It took 2 managers to pull them apart and Lady #1 got fired and they had her pic at the security desk so they knew not to let her in. Mary Kay products had nothing to do with our jobs…this was an insurance company!!!
Post # 12
No no Wyndham Resorts people are way worse. They call and call and call.
Post # 13
Don’t ever give money to the ACLU, then. OMG. I can’t afford the contribution anymore and I told them this…but they won’t stop sending me mail asking for money.
Post # 14
@KJA00: What the f%$#? You should have put that on Youtube.
I think SCENTSY is the worst! They drive around town with their Scentsy-wallpapered cars (always something lame–if you really wanted people to think well of your product, you’d have put that wrap on a Land Rover or something) and then bug you about Scentsy all the time. It seems like everyone is selling it, and unlike makeup, it’s not a necessity at all. I can accomplish the same thing by lighting a candle! And that’s cheaper!
To make matters worse, one time I bought some Scentsy just to make sure I wasn’t judging it unfairly. I bought a starter kit costing almost $40, and the b—- took my money and ran off!
Post # 15
@KJA00: OMG!! That is crazy!!