Having a sister who landed in the exact same trap, I can totally identify. My sister had to travel between Alberton and Germiston on a daily basis, and the little amount of commision she earned went into petrol. Furthermore, I bought one of these spa baths purely in order to help my sister out, since she has been retrenched about two years ago, and has been unemployed ever since. When she responded to the advertisement in question, it was with the hope that at last she would have an opportunity to start earning an income again. However, were it not for the unit that I bought, she wouldnt have had any commission at all, since these units are almost impossible to sell, because of the rediculously high price.
I also have a complaint of my own in that when I filled out the credit application, I was told by my sister (telephonically guided by Letitia Fourie, the owner of Lavender Health and an agent for Medizone), that the contract would be calculated over 36 months and that the monthly payment would not exceed R500-00. However, when I got the contract, I noticed that the payment was R690-00 pm, and is calculated over 24 months. I told them that I can absolutely not afford that, and they told me to pay that for three months, after which I have to apply for a recalculation over 36 months. I am disgusted about the unethical way of conduct by these people, and would like warn everyone who thinks of entering into a contract with them, and also anyone who thinks about entering into so-called "employment" with them