- Methods sales people used to market the RO systems.
- Devices used are misleading devices in deceiving innocent people to buy the water treatment system.
- Sales are the marketer’s main objective and they do not care anything about the client.
- They only want the sale for a business or supplier that sells water treatment systems.
- Would you mislead and lie to a person that will trust you and take you on your word?
- Then why would you buy or da any business with this type of people and businesses.
- Health care issues are not on the marketers minds.
- We want to get informed clients that are prepared against this type of misleading sales people.
- Visit other pages on this website for information.
- We bring the facts and information to you as it is.
- The truth, honesty, fairness and the health of our clients is our motivation.
- Your health is our wealth!
- Please tell all your friends about Tap Water SA.
- Spread the word and let us teach people not to believe everything salespeople tell them.
What are you going to talk about in RO marketing practices?
We discuss the following:
Use of precipitator.
- The use of the precipitator is only to deceive clients.
- They say that if the client does not know how the device works it is the clients fault.
- If the client does not have the correct info about the device it is not the marketer’s problem.
- The client believes what the marketer show them and that is all that counts.
- I see them as thieves and liars that is more like parasites.
TDS RO water testing.
- The marketer take out there next device that count the TDS of the water.
- This TDS is the Total Dissolved Salts in the water.
- This test tells you nothing just that there is some dissolved salts still present in the water sample.
- It does not indicate what type of minerals is present in the water.
- This is also a worthless test, just to impress clients with the high reading.
Ways to proof the sales person wrong.
- Any of the two devices, if marketer presents their water sample.
- Tel them that you just want to first put a small teaspoon tip of table salt into their water.
- Salt solution is been used in drips in hospitals.
- Stir the water that the salt dissolves.
- Let the marketer now test his water and ask him why is it that the test shows that the water is contaminated.
- Salt is clean and not harmful.
- Show them the door!
Is this RO marketing practise acceptable?
- No. Tap Water SA does not approve these marketing practices.
- We say that the use of these devices is fraud and misleading.
- It proofs nothing but fake marketing practices.
- We only working according to standards that ID-WATSS laid down for domestic water treatment systems.
- Certain reverse osmosis system is a product that ID-WATSS have investigated and studied thoroughly.
- There are just a few brands of reverse osmosis systems that have been approved.
Any questions about RO marketing practises?
- If you have any questions about anything regarding water treatment systems feel free to ask.
- Every question is important.