Please, don’t ask us to do things we can’t do.

Sometimes, partners do or ask us to do something related to their Cubshop business that is not extraordinarily ethical or fair.

When this occurs, we invite them not to do that action or revert the action they already did.

Then they argue that there is not a rule that forbids that particular action.

But we say yes, there is.

It’s the Clubshop Golden rule, which includes everything possible.

“Do Unto Others As You Would Have Them Do Unto You”

For example, sometimes partners invite existing members or existing partners to open an account with them.

If you follow the Golden rule, you won’t do that because you wouldn’t like to see anybody removing your team members.

Or on the other hand, sometimes Partners ask us to move their GPS to a second account that they have created in a second moment.

That is the same thing.

Would you be happy if someone in your team would ask to downgrade Their GPS so that you lose that partner and the corresponding commissions?

No, you wouldn’t, especially if you got those members from your COOP advertising shares.

Please don’t ask us to do it for you because the golden rule doesn’t allow you to do that.

So as you can understand, we don’t like to act as police or a judge.

However, as we trust in people, we adopted the Clubshop Golden rule.

So we advise you to follow this essential rule strictly because it comes directly from common sense.

And the common sense comes directly from the universe.

So you can’t be wrong.


Fabrizio Perotti

Since 1997 Clubshop has been faithful to its Mission - To join individual consumers together to form a vast buyer's cooperative, thereby gaining tremendous consolidated buying power so that our Members may purchase products and services at the lowest possible cost. - To extend the advantages of the Free Enterprise System to anyone who seeks to increase their monthly income. - To promote the principles of freedom and democracy that are embraced within the U.S. Constitution. To encourage the development of a vast, self-sufficient, economic community of "people helping people" and the individual development of the whole person.

Comments (1)

  1. Tiberio Guglielmi


    Sono pienamente d’accodo, io che ne ho visti di “cambiamenti” , “spostamenti” negli anni, Ma senza mai lamentarmi e andando avanti come potevo, e il più onestamente che potevo.

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