I am surprised to read Nothing in response yet to malibumentor's post. Looking at 1Step from all sides, having read the topic quoted here below, I urge anyone with more knowledge and/or insight to *PLEASE ANSWER* to what from my mouth would be an 'outcry' for clarification. Is this another opportunity where the owners and management are so 'very nice' and help- full and understanding so long as the money comes in, while kicking you out when you reasonably seek answers concerning a perceived flaw/inconsistency/injustice in their communication to members/investors/ personnel/'underlings'? I wouldn't want to have to rely on such management while strictly obeying to all the rules in the agreement, knowing full well where I stand for, and having joined for freedom and financial independency! If I had joined already, I wouln't consider for one second to continue marketing OneStep after getting such a blow in the teeth, specially not if this matter is kept silent or only handled in the management's backroom. I would see this as a very bad sign, even so if I see that 1Step works 4me !! Of course the temptation would be to silence the subject, but where would be MY integrity, and MY responsibility to new members if I had joined already! @%*!? John - alwayshere is where I am Quoting: malibumentormalibumentor Member Joined: 27 Jun 2006 Posts: 96 # Posted: 10 Oct 2006 20:14 Reply Quote I spoke with an associate a few days ago. This is second-hand information so I cannot answer questions about 1-step policies and porcedures et. al. People looking at this business may want to have this knowledge. My asociate was in the 1-step system, a hard-working diligent promoter, but like many, he was concerned that new assciates were having a hard time getting qualified. 1-step introduced a promotion where they would "spend up to $750 on marketing to get associates qualified," and everybody was excited, espeicially those looking forward to cashflow from 2-up sales. When the time came for all the lucky people to get qualified, they certainly were, but there were no 2-up commissions for their upline sponsors... They were just qualified. All the freshly qualified people cheered. Some individuals, like my associate, were not so pleased. "Where are all the sales that should be passing up to me?" they asked. There was no answer. They were kicked off calls. My associate was kicked out of his 1-step back office with no explanation. Is this a parable? Perhaps. Is it heresay? Maybe. Would I excercise caution in becoming involved with this opportunity? A definite yes.