Jennifer & Russel Fuchs
Jennifer Fuchs was a full-time mother and a part-time teacher at her daughters’ school. Although that wasn’t a bad set up, it wasn’t terribly lucrative either. And with personal debt piling up, the need to boost her kids’ college fund accounts and a big recession around the corner, Jennifer needed a change.
“A friend introduced me to Kynect and I was intrigued by the idea of getting paid on energy bills,” Jennifer says. “I saw that Kynect could help not only us, but other families as well. I understood the need to make a long-term commitment for it to work.”
Since that time a few years ago, Jennifer looks back on her decision to do Kynect with great satisfaction.
“It would have been tough to even make ends meet during the economic slowdown,” she says. “With Kynect, however, we prospered, erased our debts and even got the college funds going strong. And one of the most important things has been helping others change their lives for the better. God has blessed us with many friends through Kynect. Now my next goal is to help Russel retire from his job as a welding engineer.”
Russel adds, “This business has really transformed our lives.”
As with any business, results may vary. In 2017, the average associate earned $178.07 while Engaged associates earned $1,139. To learn more about “average” versus “engaged” Associates, please visit www.wekynect.com/IncomeDisclosure.