Former Scientology insiders describe a world of closers, prospects, crushing quotas and coercion - 2011-11-13

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F7.png Former Scientology insiders describe a world of closers, prospects, crushing quotas and coercion November 13, 2011, Joe Childs, Tampa Bay Times

Hy Levy lived in terror of what would happen if he didn't make his number, a weekly sales target of $200,000. The money was due every Thursday by 2 p.m.

No excuses.

Often when he failed, his bosses exiled him to the kitchen to scrub pots. Sometimes they made him eat only beans and rice for a week. They publicly humiliated him, calling him a loser, a saboteur. They got in his face, screaming, swearing. You soulless bastard!

He said they used profanity a lot where he worked: the Church of Scientology.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Joe | last = Childs | author2 = Thomas C. Tobin | title = Former Scientology insiders describe a world of closers, prospects, crushing quotas and coercion | url = http://www.tampabay.com/news/scientology/former-scientology-insiders-describe-a-world-of-closers-prospects-crushing/1201166 | work = Tampa Bay Times | date = November 13, 2011 | accessdate = February 13, 2018 }}