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America, Ass, and Fuck You: r/dropship Posted by u/e e5 hours ago Dropshipping: Buying cheap Chinese goods My drop shipping mistakes (in the beginning) and reselling them in America off of cheap or free websites to make a quick profit. 28 My first time drop shipping I made a fuck ton of mistakes as we all do. Here are a few I can remember. 1.) I had tons of products (jewelry niche) but I kept the product description from aliexpress. This was very unprofessional and made my product page look like shit. 2.) Pictures. Make sure you have high quality pictures. 3.) I didn't remove the shopify branding, you can get rid of the "powered by shopify" by going into the language page for your website and searching up "powered by shopify" and then simply clicking the box and press the space bar then save 4.)I didn't do branding. Branding is very important because one day when everything is voice activated you'll want customers saying "buy me a [insert product] from [your company name] 5.) Make your logo noticeable, this goes back to branding. People need to know who the fuck you are. 6.) Put all your policy pages in the footer, make sure you read through your policy pages so you understand them and you can revise the incorrect spelling and grammar, there is a lot. 7.) Do a lot of market research. It sucks ass to build a company then realize no one cares about your shit so you have to start over with something else. advertising. Appeal to who consumes your shit, don't just try to shove a product in their face. 8.) Marketing 9.) Social media is a great way to create free content that generates a lot of traffic. I post 100 times a day for each of my companies on all platforms with my end consumer. 10.) Just cause you spend money doesn't mean you'll make money. Here are some problems I ran into. I hope this resonates within one of you reading this and like a hit dog you'll holler and leave a comment. Share+Save Hide 94% Upvoted Give Award Report 24 Comments Tip People actually do this for a living
America, Ass, and Fuck You: r/dropship Posted by u/e
 e5 hours ago
 Dropshipping: Buying cheap Chinese goods
 My drop shipping mistakes (in the beginning) and reselling them in America off of cheap
 or free websites to make a quick profit.
 28
 My first time drop shipping I made a fuck ton of mistakes as we all do. Here are a few I can remember.
 1.) I had tons of products (jewelry niche) but I kept the product description from aliexpress. This was very unprofessional
 and made my product page look like shit.
 2.) Pictures. Make sure you have high quality pictures.
 3.) I didn't remove the shopify branding, you can get rid of the "powered by shopify" by going into the language page for
 your website and searching up "powered by shopify" and then simply clicking the box and press the space bar then save
 4.)I didn't do branding. Branding is very important because one day when everything is voice activated you'll want
 customers saying "buy me a [insert product] from [your company name]
 5.) Make your logo noticeable, this goes back to branding. People need to know who the fuck you are.
 6.) Put all your policy pages in the footer, make sure you read through your policy pages so you understand them and you
 can revise the incorrect spelling and grammar, there is a lot.
 7.) Do a lot of market research. It sucks ass to build a company then realize no one cares about your shit so you have to
 start over with something else.
 advertising. Appeal to who consumes your shit, don't just try to shove a product in their face.
 8.) Marketing
 9.) Social media is a great way to create free content that generates a lot of traffic. I post 100 times a day for each of my
 companies on all platforms with my end consumer.
 10.) Just cause you spend money doesn't mean you'll make money.
 Here are some problems I ran into. I hope this resonates within one of you reading this and like a hit dog you'll holler and
 leave a comment.
 Share+Save Hide
 94% Upvoted
 Give Award
 Report
 24 Comments
 Tip
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College, Friends, and Relationships: Recruiter | Digital Marketer | Content Creator 21h Edited Frustrations I hear from people during their job search: "But I have my Masters in "I'm a Director of Sales and can't even land an Account Executive interview" "I've applied to like 50 jobs online and I haven't heard back at all even though I'm qualified" Guys Hate to break it to you, but that stuff just doesn't matter like it used to. In this market, the competition is fierce and just like applying to college, everyone has a 4.0 GPA and extracurriculars. You know what DOES matter? 1. Branding Yourself - You HAVE to care about your online image, I'm sorry, that's just how it is. Be an engaging force in your industry and share your personality! Why should a company hire you? 2. Relationships - To this day, most jobs are still found through your network and people you know. Blindly applying is SO much harder than connecting with someone to advocate for you. Have you tried asking 10 of your friends if their companies are hiring? Could they make an intro? 3. TIMING don't care how many jobs you apply to or how many reach outs you send, finding a job is about timing. Be patient! And remember that a lack of traction on your job search isn't necessarily an indication that you're doing anything wrong This makes me more unmotivated and puts a serious dent in my mental health. I’m sick of these recruiters putting people down to make them “more competitive”.
College, Friends, and Relationships: Recruiter | Digital Marketer | Content Creator
 21h Edited
 Frustrations I hear from people during their job search:
 "But I have my Masters in
 "I'm a Director of Sales and can't even land an Account
 Executive interview"
 "I've applied to like 50 jobs online and I haven't heard back
 at all even though I'm qualified"
 Guys
 Hate to break it to you, but that stuff just doesn't matter like
 it used to.
 In this market, the competition is fierce and just like
 applying to college, everyone has a 4.0 GPA and
 extracurriculars.
 You know what DOES matter?
 1. Branding Yourself - You HAVE to care about your online
 image, I'm sorry, that's just how it is. Be an engaging force in
 your industry and share your personality! Why should a
 company hire you?
 2. Relationships - To this day, most jobs are still found
 through your network and people you know. Blindly applying
 is SO much harder than connecting with someone to
 advocate for you. Have you tried asking 10 of your friends if
 their companies are hiring? Could they make an intro?
 3. TIMING don't care how many jobs you apply to or how
 many reach outs you send, finding a job is about timing. Be
 patient! And remember that a lack of traction on your job
 search isn't necessarily an indication that you're doing
 anything wrong
This makes me more unmotivated and puts a serious dent in my mental health. I’m sick of these recruiters putting people down to make them “more competitive”.

This makes me more unmotivated and puts a serious dent in my mental health. I’m sick of these recruiters putting people down to make them “m...

Advice, Appalled, and Christmas: 因因西西图 5/3/2017 Easily the worst experience I have ever had with service and management and I can confidently say that me and my friends will never return to this establishment A few weeks prior, I had been to time and loved it so much that I wanted to bring some different friends out to introduce them to it. When I came the first time I arrived around 7, stayed for the band set, had some drinks with my date, and had a fantastic time. The next time around, I made reservations to ensure a seat for the band and agreed to be the designated driver for the night. My friends ordered a few beers and a meal, and I got a Diet Coke. After a few hours, one friend settled up and left. Shorty afterward we were approached by our waiter and a group of four men. We were told rudely (not asked) that we had to give up our table to this party of four and were to move to somewhere in the corner. In essence the request made sense. Clearly two people should be at a two person table, however, the server did not approach it politely, and it was the party of four who apologized and thanked us for moving for the first Very soon after moving, and without requesting it, we were served with our bill. My bill was a bit confusing- $6.00 for one Diet Coke. When I asked for clarification from our server I was rudely told that I was charged extra bc I had been sitting for a long time and hadn't ordered much. I felt pretty uncomfortable with this idea, as it seems a bit unethical to overcharge someone on the grounds of sitting in an establishment. I spoke with a much more reasonable female server who I was more comfortable with, and the problem was easily rectified. During the interaction however, our aggressive server came over and watched over me as I paid, shaking his head in disgust and whispering to the server that helped me. This left me deeply uncomfortable and I thought that I would let management know that we were not feeling the best about our server The manage approached me aggressively. I explained how things were handled and how displeased we were with service. She immediately became defensive and told us that our server was angry because he was losing money on our table, and that it could have been turned over four times by now. She told me they were a restaurant and we all needed to be ordering food, and that we had stayed too long without ordering enough. I was appalled that any manager would say these things to a paying customer, and told her we weren't aware of any of these policies and that she seemed like she was being quite confrontational. I thanked her for her time, stated that T didn't think that the conversation was going to end constructively and went back to my table, with nothing resolved actually saw me coming and Soon after, our aggressive server came with the machine, prompting us to settle our bill about 3 times within a minute. We were not ready to leave, as the band we came to see was still playing. After this, another server came to us and asked us to leave, claiming they had other customers that wanted our table. The party next to us saw this, and offered for us to sit with them so we could watch the last of the show. Then, something bizarre and infuriating happened. The manager/owner| came to the table with fistfuls of cash which she slammed down in front of me and my friend. She yelled that we could have our money back for our food and drinks, and that we needed to get out NOW, and she pointed to the door. We were appalled, confused and extremely frustrated. Interactions with people like this are rare, and hardly ever occur with managerial staff. I can't help but feel like there is something imbalanced with this woman, as such an irrational reaction was completely unwarranted and unjust Needless to say that will be the last time we ever go to I would advise people to avoid the the abhorrent service and management here. Good music is easy to find in dealing with the unstable owner. and it's not worth the headache of Funny 1 Cool Useful 3 Comment from Business Manager 5/4/2017- Hi the unstable owner. I already responded at length to the Tripadvisor review you had your friend (cute fake name though!), this is write for you a couple months ago. I assume that's what prompted this new rant eight weeks on. Glad you finally worked up the cajones to write your own review. Kudos! Once again here is my response: In the nine years publicly responded to a negative review, but your comments are of the "alternative fact" variety and I intend to defend myself. Part of me feels the pettiness of doing this, but a larger part of me needs to stand up for my staff and against the attitude of guests like you. Incidentally, I have also never asked a guest to leave my establishment (except that one guy who was puking on the dinner table at his company Christmas party, but that was for his own good). I stand 100% by my decision to do this with you and did so after I returned your money (all three dollars and fifteen cents of it) in full. You were rude, disrespectful, and above all, has been open I have never entitled Traditionally, when guests make dinner reservations, they are planning to, you know, come for dinner. For band view tables, we typically impose a 2.5 hour seating limit in order that other patrons can enjoy the show once the first wave of diners have finished their meals. More than 3 hours after your arrival, we asked if you would mind moving to a smaller table while we waited for you to pay since we had a lineup at the door. This was a pretty reasonable expectation since neither you nor your friend had ordered anything in over an hour. You begrudgingly moved, and we brought the bill. You weren't happy about not getting a free pop refill. You found a manager, complained, was apologized to, and had the second pop removed. Despite this, you then complained to the bar manager, then to me, about the "aggressive service" in moving you. I apologized for the fact that we should have been clearer over the phone about table times and dining and were in the wrong, but that perhaps that would explain some of the server's frustrations. None of these apologies were sufficient, and you let us know it. At 11pm, FOUR hours after arrival and 2.5 hours since anything had been ordered, you finally paid, then just sat and watched as we turned away table after table that came to the door. If you'd been treated so horribly why stay for hours afterward? Finally, my floor manager respectfully asked that you vacate the table to make way for other patrons. Instead, you then just moved over and intruded on another table. At that point l'd had enough. You were now inconveniencing other guests. I figured if I refunded your money, you would no longer be a paying customer, and I could then in good conscience ask you to leave. Which is what I did. Myself and my staff have put blood, sweat, tears and years into building this business in an effort to keep live music vibrant in Vancouver. We don't charge cover for our shows, but we do expect guests to have a basic awareness of the fact that we are running a business. I can understand that some people may not want to come for dinner, and I can understand that some people aren't big drinkers. But can't abide somebody living in such a self absorbed bubble that they don't realize why giving attitude over a three dollar bill is frustrating to service staff, and then judging US as being aggressive/unstable. Your server is one of the kindest and most generous people I know. The only aggressive one was you, and when it became clear to me that you thought it was your divine right to camp out for the evening and expect to be treated respectfully after being so blatantly disrespectful to my staff and spending three bucks, I asked you to leave. You're not at McDonald's honey. Did I handle myself as professionally as I could have? In the beginning, sure I did, but almost five hours in? Hells no. I was offended, irritated, and stunned that an adult would behave in such a childish manner. You can't come into my house and behave like that. I did not at any point yell or "slam fistfuls of cash" (how do you slam a fistful of $3? lol) but I did tell you to get out, and I didn't ask nicely. At some point, you have to defend your livelihood. For future reference,here's some advice on how to get free pop refills in restaurants: behave like a grownup, be nice to your server, and if you sit at a table for FOUR AND A HALF HOURS and order two diet cokes while enjoying a free show and then quibble over your $6 bill then you are probably going to be met with some frustrations by the time you have complained to four different people about it. Also, you may want to try an exercise called "self reflection" before hiding behind a fake name on the internet and branding somebody as unstable/imbalanced. Your behaviour was disgraceful and you should be embarrassed. Go take your pocket change and entitlement elsewhere. We're all good here, thanks! Trash restaurant cusomer
Advice, Appalled, and Christmas: 因因西西图 5/3/2017
 Easily the worst experience I have ever had with service
 and management and I can confidently say that me and my
 friends will never return to this establishment
 A few weeks prior, I had been to
 time and loved it so much that I wanted to bring some
 different friends out to introduce them to it. When I came
 the first time I arrived around 7, stayed for the band set, had
 some drinks with my date, and had a fantastic time.
 The next time around, I made reservations to ensure a
 seat for the band and agreed to be the designated driver for
 the night. My friends ordered a few beers and a meal, and I
 got a Diet Coke. After a few hours, one friend settled up
 and left. Shorty afterward we were approached by our
 waiter and a group of four men. We were told rudely (not
 asked) that we had to give up our table to this party of four
 and were to move to somewhere in the corner. In essence
 the request made sense. Clearly two people should be at a
 two person table, however, the server did not approach it
 politely, and it was the party of four who apologized and
 thanked us for moving
 for the first
 Very soon after moving, and without requesting it, we
 were served with our bill. My bill was a bit confusing- $6.00
 for one Diet Coke. When I asked for clarification from our
 server I was rudely told that I was charged extra bc I had
 been sitting for a long time and hadn't ordered much. I felt
 pretty uncomfortable with this idea, as it seems a bit
 unethical to overcharge someone on the grounds of sitting
 in an establishment.
 I spoke with a much more reasonable female server who
 I was more comfortable with, and the problem was easily
 rectified. During the interaction however, our aggressive
 server came over and watched over me as I paid, shaking
 his head in disgust and whispering to the server that helped
 me. This left me deeply uncomfortable and I thought that I
 would let management know that we were not feeling the
 best about our server
 The manage
 approached me aggressively. I explained how things were
 handled and how displeased we were with service. She
 immediately became defensive and told us that our server
 was angry because he was losing money on our table, and
 that it could have been turned over four times by now. She
 told me they were a restaurant and we all needed to be
 ordering food, and that we had stayed too long without
 ordering enough.
 I was appalled that any manager would say these things
 to a paying customer, and told her we weren't aware of any
 of these policies and that she seemed like she was being
 quite confrontational. I thanked her for her time, stated that T
 didn't think that the conversation was going to end
 constructively and went back to my table, with nothing
 resolved
 actually saw me coming and
 Soon after, our aggressive server came with the
 machine, prompting us to settle our bill about 3 times within
 a minute. We were not ready to leave, as the band we
 came to see was still playing. After this, another server
 came to us and asked us to leave, claiming they had other
 customers that wanted our table. The party next to us saw
 this, and offered for us to sit with them so we could watch
 the last of the show.
 Then, something bizarre and infuriating happened.
 The manager/owner|
 came to the table with
 fistfuls of cash which she slammed down in front of me and
 my friend. She yelled that we could have our money back
 for our food and drinks, and that we needed to get out
 NOW, and she pointed to the door. We were appalled,
 confused and extremely frustrated. Interactions with people
 like this are rare, and hardly ever occur with managerial
 staff. I can't help but feel like there is something imbalanced
 with this woman, as such an irrational reaction was
 completely unwarranted and unjust
 Needless to say that will be the last time we ever go to
 I would advise people to avoid the
 the
 abhorrent service and management here. Good music is
 easy to find in
 dealing with the unstable owner.
 and it's not worth the headache of
 Funny 1
 Cool
 Useful 3
 Comment from
 Business Manager
 5/4/2017- Hi
 the unstable owner. I already responded at
 length to the Tripadvisor review you had your friend
 (cute fake name though!), this is
 write for you a couple months ago. I assume
 that's what prompted this new rant eight weeks on.
 Glad you finally worked up the cajones to write your
 own review. Kudos! Once again here is my response:
 In the nine years
 publicly responded to a negative review, but your
 comments are of the "alternative fact" variety and I
 intend to defend myself. Part of me feels the pettiness
 of doing this, but a larger part of me needs to stand up
 for my staff and against the attitude of guests like you.
 Incidentally, I have also never asked a guest to leave
 my establishment (except that one guy who was puking
 on the dinner table at his company Christmas party, but
 that was for his own good). I stand 100% by my
 decision to do this with you and did so after I returned
 your money (all three dollars and fifteen cents of it) in
 full. You were rude, disrespectful, and above all,
 has been open I have never
 entitled
 Traditionally, when guests make dinner reservations,
 they are planning to, you know, come for dinner. For
 band view tables, we typically impose a 2.5 hour
 seating limit in order that other patrons can enjoy the
 show once the first wave of diners have finished their
 meals. More than 3 hours after your arrival, we asked
 if you would mind moving to a smaller table while we
 waited for you to pay since we had a lineup at the door.
 This was a pretty reasonable expectation since neither
 you nor your friend had ordered anything in over an
 hour. You begrudgingly moved, and we brought the bill.
 You weren't happy about not getting a free pop refill.
 You found a manager, complained, was apologized to,
 and had the second pop removed. Despite this, you
 then complained to the bar manager, then to me, about
 the "aggressive service" in moving you. I apologized for
 the fact that we should have been clearer over the
 phone about table times and dining and were in the
 wrong, but that perhaps that would explain some of the
 server's frustrations. None of these apologies were
 sufficient, and you let us know it. At 11pm, FOUR
 hours after arrival and 2.5 hours since anything had
 been ordered, you finally paid, then just sat and
 watched as we turned away table after table that came
 to the door. If you'd been treated so horribly why stay
 for hours afterward? Finally, my floor manager
 respectfully asked that you vacate the table to make
 way for other patrons. Instead, you then just moved
 over and intruded on another table. At that point l'd had
 enough. You were now inconveniencing other guests. I
 figured if I refunded your money, you would no longer
 be a paying customer, and I could then in good
 conscience ask you to leave. Which is what I did.
 Myself and my staff have put blood, sweat, tears and
 years into building this business in an effort to keep live
 music vibrant in Vancouver. We don't charge cover for
 our shows, but we do expect guests to have a basic
 awareness of the fact that we are running a business. I
 can understand that some people may not want to
 come for dinner, and I can understand that some
 people aren't big drinkers. But can't abide somebody
 living in such a self absorbed bubble that they don't
 realize why giving attitude over a three dollar bill is
 frustrating to service staff, and then judging US as
 being aggressive/unstable. Your server is one of the
 kindest and most generous people I know. The only
 aggressive one was you, and when it became clear to
 me that you thought it was your divine right to camp out
 for the evening and expect to be treated respectfully
 after being so blatantly disrespectful to my staff and
 spending three bucks, I asked you to leave. You're not
 at McDonald's honey. Did I handle myself as
 professionally as I could have? In the beginning, sure I
 did, but almost five hours in? Hells no. I was offended,
 irritated, and stunned that an adult would behave in
 such a childish manner. You can't come into my house
 and behave like that. I did not at any point yell or "slam
 fistfuls of cash" (how do you slam a fistful of $3? lol) but
 I did tell you to get out, and I didn't ask nicely. At some
 point, you have to defend your livelihood.
 For future reference,here's some advice on how to get
 free pop refills in restaurants: behave like a grownup,
 be nice to your server, and if you sit at a table for
 FOUR AND A HALF HOURS and order two diet cokes
 while enjoying a free show and then quibble over your
 $6 bill then you are probably going to be met with some
 frustrations by the time you have complained to four
 different people about it. Also, you may want to try an
 exercise called "self reflection" before hiding behind a
 fake name on the internet and branding somebody as
 unstable/imbalanced. Your behaviour was disgraceful
 and you should be embarrassed. Go take your pocket
 change and entitlement elsewhere. We're all good
 here, thanks!
Trash restaurant cusomer

Trash restaurant cusomer

Drinking, Friends, and Life: DannyWilliamH 3 days ago A bit of a silly rant here but I've always said that handheld game consoles have the worst commercials when it comes to what you get compared to what they sell you. Surprisingly so Every ad for a major handheld shows the owner taking their device to an exclusive party full of models at the top of a Dubai skyscraper and either becoming the life of the party or starting a fuckin LAN party with 6 other friends that also brought their handheld. It's insane. Fuckin...every ad at some point has to show to some guy at the beach playing their handheld before some hot chick comes over and asks for a go at Zelda or whatever. They bond over Metroid Prime or some shit. It's comical. The truth is that 99% of handheld usage is done by someone taking a shit or laying in bed covered in snack crumbs. Very few actually use a handheld "on the go" outside of a plane or school. I recall the Vita branding itself as a device that would allow a young businessman to start a game of MLB The Show on his PS4...at 7am before work...and continue the same game on the bus when he left for work. Nobody in the history of ever has done that. Sure, you may have taken a handheld to work so you can play on break or whatever but no corporate junior executive has ever sat at the back of a bus...in a major city...and not only played a game but celebrated like a jackass while doing so You'd get jumped and robbed doing that bullshit. It's just amazing how handheld commercials lie more than alcohol ads and car ads! Like, you may actually get laid after drinking that shit if, say, a woman also drank a bunch of the same shit. Buy booze. You may get laid. That car/truck may get you laid or allow you to haul more lumber or whatever Buy car/truck and haul more lumber However, no, buying this handheld won't allow you entrance into The Roman Collusium at night to play a 10 person game of Mario Kart with your supermodel friends. Zero chance. None. Zero. Ain't that the truth
Drinking, Friends, and Life: DannyWilliamH 3 days ago
 A bit of a silly rant here but I've always said that handheld game consoles have the worst commercials when it comes to what you get compared to what they sell you. Surprisingly so
 Every ad for a major handheld shows the owner taking their device to an exclusive party full of models at the top of a Dubai skyscraper and either becoming the life of the party or starting a fuckin
 LAN party with 6 other friends that also brought their handheld. It's insane.
 Fuckin...every ad at some point has to show to some guy at the beach playing their handheld before some hot chick comes over and asks for a go at Zelda or whatever. They bond over Metroid
 Prime or some shit. It's comical.
 The truth is that 99% of handheld usage is done by someone taking a shit or laying in bed covered in snack crumbs. Very few actually use a handheld "on the go" outside of a plane or school.
 I recall the Vita branding itself as a device that would allow a young businessman to start a game of MLB The Show on his PS4...at 7am before work...and continue the same game on the bus
 when he left for work.
 Nobody in the history of ever has done that. Sure, you may have taken a handheld to work so you can play on break or whatever but no corporate junior executive has ever sat at the back of a
 bus...in a major city...and not only played a game but celebrated like a jackass while doing so
 You'd get jumped and robbed doing that bullshit.
 It's just amazing how handheld commercials lie more than alcohol ads and car ads! Like, you may actually get laid after drinking that shit if, say, a woman also drank a bunch of the same shit. Buy
 booze. You may get laid.
 That car/truck may get you laid or allow you to haul more lumber or whatever
 Buy car/truck and haul more lumber
 However, no, buying this handheld won't allow you entrance into The Roman Collusium at night to play a 10 person game of Mario Kart with your supermodel friends. Zero chance. None. Zero.
Ain't that the truth

Ain't that the truth

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Money, True, and Guess: NOT THE SAME Stere ouht YOUNG LIVING ESSENTIA OILS Lavender Lavender ML $1.09 $4.99 COMPARED TO STORE PRICE LOYAL CUSTOMER $18 WHOLESALE $24.25 RETAIL $31.91 "GROWN ON A FARM CONTROLLED BY YOUNG LIVI NO HERBICIDES OR PESTICI GREAT BRANDING &MARKETING PLOYS oUEsS WHAT THE ROOTS OF YOUR PLANTS FILTERT THE OROUND WHERE DO PLANTS GO7 IN YOU! NOONE EVER SA "PLEASE GVE Ma MORE CHEMICALS 15ML YOUNG LIVING TAPTIC NOT TRUE, NOT REGULATED BY THE FOA ONLY BE PROVEN TRUE THROUGH TESTING, INCLUDIN BUT NOT LIMITED TO GAS CHROMOTOGRAPH 8TL O FROM UNKNOWN/UNREGULATEEO SOURCES DON'T BELIEVE ME? CHECK THE BOTTLE LABEL AND THEN THIS IS A BI6 DEAL CALL THE COMPANY AND ASK THEM WHERE THEIR OIL IS SOURCED FROM AND IF THEY USE HERBICIDES OR PESTICIDES THIS BOTTLE CONTAINS 250 DROPS OF PURE, THERAPEUTIC GRADE ESSENTIAL OIL 5% LAVENDER OIL FILLED WITH "OTHER OILS OR SYNTHETICS! WELL, I GUESS VEGETABLE OIL IS REALLY AN OIL ASK THEM FOR THEIR GAS CHROMOTOGRAPH TESTING RESULTS.. BET YOU HEAR CRICKETS.. 15ML 15ML Save money by joining Young Living, 7 drops in a 15 ml roller bottle, fill it with coconut o and you have a better than store bought, quality oil for $1.09 THE S% IN THE STORE BOTTLE IS EQUIVALENT TO 7 DROPS OF YOUNG LIVING ESSENTIAL OILS THATS WHY THE STORE BRAND IS SO CHEAP DON'T BE TRICKED BY THEIR CLEVER MARKETING Young Living Independent Distributor This is what they are sharing now in the YL circle (screenshot via story)
Money, True, and Guess: NOT THE SAME
 Stere ouht
 YOUNG LIVING
 ESSENTIA OILS
 Lavender
 Lavender
 ML
 $1.09
 $4.99
 COMPARED TO STORE PRICE
 LOYAL CUSTOMER $18
 WHOLESALE $24.25
 RETAIL $31.91
 "GROWN ON A FARM
 CONTROLLED BY YOUNG LIVI
 NO HERBICIDES OR PESTICI
 GREAT BRANDING &MARKETING PLOYS
 oUEsS WHAT THE ROOTS OF YOUR
 PLANTS FILTERT THE OROUND
 WHERE DO PLANTS GO7 IN YOU!
 NOONE EVER SA "PLEASE GVE Ma
 MORE CHEMICALS
 15ML
 YOUNG LIVING
 TAPTIC NOT TRUE, NOT REGULATED BY THE FOA
 ONLY BE PROVEN TRUE
 THROUGH TESTING, INCLUDIN
 BUT NOT LIMITED TO
 GAS CHROMOTOGRAPH
 8TL O FROM UNKNOWN/UNREGULATEEO SOURCES
 DON'T BELIEVE ME? CHECK THE BOTTLE LABEL AND THEN
 THIS IS A BI6 DEAL
 CALL THE COMPANY AND ASK THEM WHERE THEIR OIL IS SOURCED
 FROM AND IF THEY USE HERBICIDES OR PESTICIDES
 THIS BOTTLE CONTAINS
 250 DROPS OF PURE,
 THERAPEUTIC GRADE
 ESSENTIAL OIL
 5% LAVENDER OIL
 FILLED WITH "OTHER OILS OR SYNTHETICS!
 WELL, I GUESS VEGETABLE OIL IS REALLY AN OIL
 ASK THEM FOR THEIR GAS CHROMOTOGRAPH TESTING RESULTS..
 BET YOU HEAR CRICKETS..
 15ML
 15ML
 Save money by
 joining Young Living,
 7 drops in a 15 ml roller bottle, fill it with coconut o
 and you have a
 better than store bought, quality oil for $1.09
 THE S% IN THE STORE
 BOTTLE IS EQUIVALENT TO 7 DROPS OF
 YOUNG LIVING ESSENTIAL OILS
 THATS WHY THE STORE BRAND IS SO CHEAP
 DON'T BE TRICKED BY THEIR CLEVER MARKETING
 Young Living Independent Distributor
This is what they are sharing now in the YL circle (screenshot via story)

This is what they are sharing now in the YL circle (screenshot via story)