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  1. Hi there
    I’m a ex senior trade broker from BC in Christchurch nz, I left in 2014 needless to say the ending wasn’t too happy. I left in September 2014. Did you realise with the IPO launch when they outlined their sales figures that they didn’t differentiate between cash and trade dollars? While they are not required to by law it actually inflates their estimated sales figures. This would be because BC nz estimates their COTD at around .33c and if my memory is correct the Aussies estimate their COTD at around the 60c mark. This may have changed from 2014. I can’t be sure as I no longer have any direct contact with anyone associated with BC.
    If you have any questions I’m happy to help (PS I was also sales trained if that helps).
    PH 021 0884 6167
    Email
    Rowdychance@gmail.com or rowchamir@gmail.com
    Regards
    Karen Blowers

    PS my uncle was a picture framer on BC in Perth. He left not too long after he received a letter in the post says that the franchisee was going to permit 50/50 as everyone was doing it. As my uncle was retired at the time and was only doing BC work every now and then as a favour to the TCO in charge of his account, and did everything Full Trade he pulled out as he found it offensive. Also he then started to get hit with DNET fees so it became non proftiable to continued.

    • > Hi there
      Hi Karen
      > I’m a ex senior trade broker from BC in Christchurch nz, I left in 2014 needless to say the ending wasn’t too happy.
      Something along the lines of . . . “You’re crooks! I quit!” “No you’re fired!”?
      > I left in September 2014. Did you realise with the IPO launch when they outlined their sales figures that they didn’t differentiate between cash and trade dollars? While they are not required to by law it actually inflates their estimated sales figures.
      Just the tip of the iceberg of deception Karen! Their undisclosed trade deficit is off-books so all figures are meaningless, except of course for securing public investment monies for personal gain!
      > This would be because BC nz estimates their COTD at around .33c and if my memory is correct the Aussies estimate their COTD at around the 60c mark. This may have changed from 2014. I can’t be sure as I no longer have any direct contact with anyone associated with BC.
      Wise!

      > If you have any questions I’m happy to help

      Thanks Karen. Will you buy the book Bartercard Exposed when it comes out?

      > (PS I was also sales trained if that helps).
      > PH 021 0884 6167
      > Email
      > Rowdychance@gmail.com or rowchamir@gmail.com
      > Regards
      > Karen Blowers

      > PS my uncle was a picture framer on BC in Perth. He left not too long after he received a letter in the post says that the franchisee was going to permit 50/50 as everyone was doing it.

      This is called debasing a currency and King Canute learned that you can’t stop a rising tide the same as Bartercard members know that the currency is devaluing. The cause is the currency owner’s raping and pillaging of the exchange for decades!

      > As my uncle was retired at the time and was only doing BC work every now and then as a favour to the TCO in charge of his account, and did everything Full Trade he pulled out as he found it offensive. Also he then started to get hit with DNET fees so it became non proftiable to continued.

      Wisdom runs in your family it seems eh? Thanks so much for commenting here Karen. Hopefully the world is a better place for you sharing your experiences, sadly you are not alone in them!

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