MedWise Healthcare, Inc. / It's all about the $395
Don't waste your time and $. I attended the "interview" for MedWise Healthcare Inc. in Jacksonville FL 3 weeks ago and got suckered into the $395. I'm warning people not to make the same mistake.
First of all why a money order instead of check or credit card. Why not just take it out of your first paycheck. Oh thats right they are going to set up your "Back Office" and that costs money for them. 3 weeks later and my "Back Office" isnt set up yet. Believe me Ive called a few times to see when it will be set up and they say they will notify me by email. Hasnt happened.
You will spend $ on an 800#, newspaper ad, and business cards(if you want the 2 sided MedWise cards they are NOT free on Vista Print). I did all this at my expense. Have not got a single call from my ad, its been a week and a half.
They say you will get leads free. I got 5 via email after calling Medwise to get them. They were worthless. Called for more and they said no. Each call was on my dime. Ask yourself what reputable company doesnt have an 800# for its reps to call into when its a phone based business.
The CD and DVD you will get are pretty much useless.
And remember what he says you should do right at the beginning: Go recruit insurance agents to start selling for you. Another $395 for the company.
There is no support from the company. You are truly on your own. I dont even know if they do what they say as far as getting people free RX because I haven't been able to get that far yet. Now granted I did not go out and try to recruit pharmacists, insur. agents, doctors offices, etc. I wanted to run through ONE 3 way call with someone I got from an ad or a lead to see if it was legitimate before I started putting my name out in MY community. My 800# has "no new messages" every day.
Think about it. If they get 15 people back the 2nd day who sign up, that is $5925. They do this every week in a different city. I realize now that I got in on the wrong side of the business.
I read some complaints on Medzilla.com
About Medwise, but that was Monday, too late. Think carefully before you "Invest". And dont be fooled by the "Be medwise" websites. Thats a totally different and seamingly ligitimate organization.