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Wellnet: “Trusted Advisors Need Trusted Partners”…so we’ll pay you

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Wellnet Materials Being Reviewed

See “For Brokers” on the Wellnet website, leading with the line:

trusted advisors

Questions for Wellnet

Are you using the term “trusted advisors” (scroll down this linked page) to describe your prospects’ brokers?  Then it appears you are offering to pay them an undisclosed sum of money to place Wellnet.  Are we reading this correctly?

ANS: Refused to answer

Then it seems like you want the broker to become a trusted advisor, meaning you want to pay them money to sell to their client, who absent this language would appear to be working for their client:

trusted advisor click through

Clicking through on “learning more about becoming a trusted advisor” brings you to this grammatically challenged question:


How do brokers creating new revenue for themselves at their clients’ expense (meaning selling their clients more forced wellness programs like yours) enhance their reputation as a “trusted advisor” ?

ANS: Refused to answer

If this is on the level, why not simply be explicit:  “We will pay you a commission to sell our product to your clients” ?

ANS: We didn’t even bother to ask 


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