Having reached out to various sources, and they are not disgruntled employees, TSB has heard that there is a definite cash flow problem at this company. Everything from farming out receivables, bounced checks, to delinquent expense checks, to a confused management team that is causing consternation between independent distributors and direct sales people. Having a plausible distribution strategy usually helps the business model.
When a company starts having these types of issues, "Sirens" have to start going off for the employees. Though the Bacterin Sponge has had a good reception in the market place (n0 this is not an endorsement) there's a difference between having a viable product and having a strong management team in place. TSB wants to know what its readers have heard?