I was called tonight about making money at home. I thought I would humor the guy, and listened to his little spiel, and hear the founder on a recording explaining the whole bit, and it seems like an okay idea. Now, the only problem I have, like most of these things is you have to put your own money on the line. Minimum is like 70 bucks or so. Regularly, they ask for just under 300. I use my network of aquaintances, and hand out some samples, and "the products sell themselves." They meet with my aquaintances and do the product pushing, while I get paid for being their catalyst. The place's website is http://www.vitacorp.com I have not been able to find any unbiased reports about them, so I was hoping someone else had heard of them. I wondered why, if the product is so great, why they wouldn't just send me a sample, use it, and then decide if I would like to spread the word. I taked to a local rep, and I am going to be grilling him soon about all this, and I would appreciate any input any of you guys would have. If it is viable, I could make some money, but if not, I am not out anything. I have been a salesman, and I know how sales works, and this seems like it could work, but I just know there is something behind this. Thanks for any help!