Pyramid Scheme

The CAPITAL of Pyramid Schemes


This morning I received the following message from a LinkedIn connection after sharing my relationship marketing business opportunity with her.

Hi Kandas,

To be frank, I don’t do this sort of thing. I have my own business to maintain and grow.

This strikes me as a pyramid scheme, straight from the CAPITAL of pyramid schemes — where there are laws in place to help protect such scammers.

It looks like you have a wonderful thing going with the furniture business and I wish you much luck with that. Be careful with this Send Out Cards business. If you make a million, more power to you, but I hope you will be cautious.

Best of luck,


My response:

I wish it was possible to share a graphic in a LinkedIn message… however, since I can not, I can tell you that in my personal opinion, with the CEO at the top making all the money and the workers at the bottom making minimum wage, traditional business is the true pyramid scheme.

All direct sales and multilevel marketing companies are bound by strict laws and regulations.   SendOutCards is an exemplary example in an amazing industry that allows anyone to become rich by helping others become rich.

I completely respect your opinion and I wholeheartedly disagree.

Much success to you!


Pyramid Scheme
The CAPITAL of all Pyramid Schemes

Boba Fett and Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte
Boba Fett and Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte

About the Author:

Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte founded in 1999. She is a pioneer in online custom furniture sales, award-winning speaker, coffee lover, Sci-Fi fan, mom, NADA certified Archery instructor, Girl Scout leader and all-around groovy woman.  Not necessarily in that order.

When she isn’t hanging out with her good pal, Bobba Fett, Kandas can be found teaching small business owners how she grew her custom furniture business by replacing traditional advertising with an Appreciation Marketing System.



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