You're probably looking for something better in life...More money, motivation, and direction.
So you go to one of these meetings, introduced by a friend which makes you trust them, and you listen to their talk. It sounds too good to be true, they even acknowledge that it sounds too good to be true. And they ask, "If this isn't real then how come I'm making so much money off of it? How come it's backed by a HUGE company?" Then they say of course it's real but a LOT of people fail at it.
For ONLY $100.00 they'll teach you how to make money too.
If you're smart, you'll leave after the meeting.
If you're naive you might pay the $100.00. but leave after a few weeks...
And if you're really gullible you might even agree to invite your friends and family to sign up for a life insurance plan.
But the problem is you know NOTHING about life insurance. The fees, the future value, the penalties associated with surrender...you really know NOTHING about it. You're just following instructions because someone you trust, told you everything you wanted to hear - And you WANT to believe it's true.
Bottom line - WFG is in the business of ripping people off. Sure, they offer a REAL product, which is a REALly horrible life insurance policy. But just because you offer a real product and get really good duping naive people into wasting their $ on a that life insurance policy, it doesn't mean your business is legit. It just means you found a loophole in the legal system to scam a lot of naive people out of their hard earned cash.
Don't be a victim.
Save your $100.00 to buy a book.