Heck, quite often they’ll say that they don’t actually know anything about the product and don’t care about knowing it, either.
And then they accuse us of being the ones who are refusing to learn about the product.
that’s my buddy to a “T” a couple of nights ago he and i got into it about CieAura. I kept asking him question and he kept saying “i dont know” “i dont know” “i dont know”
and I simply say:
“how can you not know…you are selling this product (or giving it away, he does both) you are endorsing this product and you know nothing about it how is that possible? I know quite a bit about this product and am finding that i want to know more and nobody can tell me more!”
and his response is:
“i dont have the time and the energy for that nor do i care to know how it works and if you want to know more then here contact this guy”
he hands me a card with a couple of email addresses and phone numbers (so far he has not answered my call nor returned my voice mail messages…guess the emails are next)
you hit that defense tactic on the head!!![size=3]
I’ve taken to answering this argument with one of my own: my amazing and marvelous shotgun-to-the-head therapy. This therapy consists of being shot repeatedly in the head at close range by a shotgun firing alternating loads of solid sabots and buckshot. This therapy will cure cancer, increase vitality, improve complexion, boost intelligence, properly align your chakras, balance your cellular resonance energy, antioxidise your quantum, and stop your feet from stinking.
Of course, when you take away the emotional aspect of it all and look at what the person actually has to say, you’ll generally see that they don’t really have anything to say. Often, they’ll just be a case of “my claim is right because a vague undefined feeling tells me that it is”.
Or ... “Because I really really NEED it to be true!”