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360 Solutions / Consulting / Misrepresentation

1 Houston, TX, United States Review updated:

360 will sell you their products starting off with just one. You will not make money. 360 will tell you you that you just need one more thing that is why it is not working...then you will make money. AND you dont... 360 says you need one more buy it... it does NOT work...360 says you need one more buy does NOT... and $16, 000 later it setting in a file cabinet with company saying they hate 360 solutions and their material.

You can go to the local library and find the same material that they have.

Now if you need a $16, 000 pep talk on "you can do it" Go for it.

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  • Mo
      25th of Jan, 2010
    0 Votes

    The problem is not the tools that 360 is offering you. The problem that you must GO SELL SOMETHING! Of course you will not make money if you are sitting around thinking that because you have these tools, your phone will suddenly start ringing. This is a relationship business. You must get up and do the push ups everyday. I am part of 360 and have been for 4 years, I have never been more successful!

  • Ji
      10th of Aug, 2010
    0 Votes

    I spent the better part of two years marketing this product with almost no success. The business environment today is not one in which companies are spending precious resources on this type of training. They probably should be, but they are not.

    Jim Ramming

  • Ge
      9th of Nov, 2010
    0 Votes

    I don't really understand the original complaint. They have several different investment levels, as well as some opportunities to acquire material over time, but there is never any pressure to purchase materials. It seems that the original post has nothing to do with this company, or the original post is just a misrepresentation itself. Have you called the company and expressed your concerns?

  • Kb
      20th of Aug, 2011
    0 Votes

    Hi, I am the 360 opportunity and would like opinions given the fact that I do not live in a major metro area and today's economic conditions.

  • Kb
      20th of Aug, 2011
    0 Votes

    Hi, I am considering the 360 opportunity and would like opinions given the fact that I do not live in a major metro area and today's economic conditions.

  • Cr
      10th of Mar, 2013
    0 Votes

    The 360 Solutions franchise should teach you how to market on a global scale in addition to local marketing. You should be able to reach your local market via the Internet. If they don't teach you the basics, you may have a hard time making money with this franchise. You'll need to get 3rd party internet marketing training - in which you shouldn't have to especially if you're forking over $30k for this franchise.

  • Op
      22nd of Jul, 2014
    +1 Votes

    To be a successful 360 partner, you need to do ALL of the marketing and direct sales, including endless telephone calls and email saturation. If you're lucky and get your foot into a door, then you really got to reach the C-level suite. We've tried numerous paths and have not been successful reaching anyone who wants to spend any dollars on coaching and training programs, especially in today's world of constant cost cutting. Companies will spend some bucks on technical training, but few on behavioral or leadership training, as most employers feel this is needless fluff. It's not, but that's what they believe. If you're going to become a 360 partner, be sure you are an aggressive and effective sales person above all else and are prepared to spend 60 hours a week focused on your business. Then, you might have a chance for success.

  • Bu
      4th of Apr, 2018
    0 Votes

    360 Solutions just wants your money. In fact, the CEO actually refers to 360 partners as his "mailbox money". The majority of their content can be found with a simple google search even though 360 Solutions claims that they own it and everyone else in the world is teaching it. They luer people into spending a ton of money by making promises about programs that they don't even have ready to go to market. Good people leave good careers based on their misrepresentation. If you are a great salesperson and you hustle, you can however, sell anything. If this is the type of industry that you want to be in, I would advise you to seek out some independent certifications and start it yourself.

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