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# 214393 9-May-2017 15:11
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Hi there Geekzone mods and members,


Before I go into too much depth, can someone please give me some guidance on whether I am allowed to post about this.


It involves very high-tech, wearable, health monitoring and fitness bracelet, which is not only a wonderful product in it's own right, but also provides a business opportunity to get in at the ground level here in NZ.


I don't want to post too much more about it, until such time as I know that I'm allowed to, so please, if a moderator can give me a yay or nay, I can then proceed to provide some more information.


Or not, as the case may be!


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  # 1778553 9-May-2017 15:19
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Forum Usage Guidelines are here


If you need more clarification, suggest a PM to @freitasm

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  # 1778564 9-May-2017 15:39
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It's a product from overseas, but that's really only half the story. As I said, the product itself is fantastic, but it's more about the opportunities the business side can provide and finding people who are interested in helping me build it up.


It IS MLM, although also direct-selling, so I completely understand if people are wary of it, because I certainly am.


Actually, if this ISN'T the place for it, and again, I completely understand if that's the case, does anyone have any recommendations for where I can go to offer this opportunity?


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  # 1778567 9-May-2017 15:43
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No worries, cheers.

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