Last week Chelsea Claytor, Mary Kay sales director, claimed that she sold $7,000 of products in March. And that was with staying at home for 2 weeks!!!!
I don’t believe it for a minute. Chelsea has lied in the past about how much she sold. She has lied about her profits. She’s actually lied on a large scale about how much she sold and profited. Heck, she even lies about buying her first house! Chelsea didn’t buy a house. She lives in a house owned by a lady named Kelly, and Chelsea hopes to someday own that house. But she would have you believe Mary Kay helped her buy her first house.
I believe Chelsea may have ordered $3,500 wholesale to get her double credit for the personal court of sales and unit clubs. She probably placed a big order because it was the end of the quarter for Cadillac production, and her cash compensation depends on how much she and her unit ordered. And frankly, Chelsea’s unit doesn’t order enough to sustain the Cadillac.
Here are some hints to whether or not she’s lying:
- She doesn’t even fill out her sales slips, so she has no totals to add up. How would she know how much she sells?
- There aren’t any dates on the slips either. She may very well have photographed sales slips from months ago.
- Does she use the total amount from her payment app? That includes sales tax, which isn’t an amount she “sold.”
- Let’s talk about the discounts Chelsea gave. How much did that eat into profits?
- What about the free products she gave away? (You can zoom in and see some “free” notations.)
But why lie? The MK cult would likely say she has no reason to lie to us. Of course she does! Recruiting is way down, and therefore so are commission checks. They’re getting desperate to recruit, and claims like this may help. (You can sell from anywhere! You can make money even when your friends can’t go to work!)
Do you think Chelsea sold $7,000 in March?