Sunday, January 27, 2013
Six Months Sisterlocks Check-in
As far as the Sisterlocks refresher course, it is even better now that I am taking the four day course again. Why? Because there was so much to learn and grasp on the first go around. Now, that I have been "around the block" a few times, I have better questions and everything is so much clearer.
Unfortunately, there is someone else going through the same thing that I went through . . . paid a lot of money ($600) for a "much less than perfect" Sisterlocks experience with a different Sisterlocks representative. She came to learn the truth about her new Sisterlocks.
In my opinion, any consultant charging over $400 per head should be in refresher training every year or two years religiously. It is good to network and re-commit to Sisterlocks rules and regulations. Customers really need to keep detailed notes and photos and feel more freely about submitting formal, professional complaints to Sisterlocks headquarters. I would love to see Sisterlocks keep the Consultants in check more. I believe it takes four or five complaints submitted per consultant for any serious action to take place.
Things to report would be 1) failure to get a Sisterlocks starter kit (the official one to mail off for your Sisterlocks birth certificate); 2) failure to maintain your original Sisterlocks grid pattern; 3) any blatant inconsistencies in the work that was done; 4) Sisterlocks falling out or unexplained thinning. Sisterlocks headquarters prefers for you to resolve any outstanding issues directly with the consultant but if it is not going well, they can help.