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My Fun Life

My Fun Life Review by David Harris “My Fun Life”, by Dan Edwards and found at myfunlife.com, is a multi-level marketing (MLM) business. It uses the Travelocity booking system for its travel-based product arm. My Fun Life provides no products, only a recruitment based compensation plan, and that smells a lot like a pyramid scheme. My Fun Life payment structure deals only in commissions on newly recruited members and their monthly fees. You have to pay $21 per month to …
 

Moms Making Six Figures

Moms Making Six Figures Review by David Harris Moms Making Six Figures found at momsmakingsixfigures.com is an affiliate marketing and multi-level marketing company that represents Melaleuca. A company that sells health and cleansing products, and recruits marketers. For a long time Moms Making Six Figures was very closed and tight-lipped. It took some time before anyone including me could find anything on them. Moms Making Six Figures are coming out now with claims they are marketers who make money online …
 

Univera

Univera Review by David Harris Univera by Bill Lee and found at univera.com, is yet another health fruit drink multi-level marketing business. Their hope is to get you to buy their product and bring more people in, usually family and friends. I want to make one thing clear in this review. MLM is something we seldom recommend here, and Univera is no exception. Don’t be fooled by the sung praises on the many fake review sites with the header scam …
 

Savings Highway

Savings Highway Review by David Harris Savings Highway by Steve Gresham, found at savingshighway.com, is a multi-level marketing company that partners with many diverse companies to create volume savings, discounts and bonuses for a variety of services like legal, health, food and travel. On the consumer side of Savings Highway, the rebates and coupons are of good use to people. As a member, you will have access to savings programs from many different categories such as groceries, restaurants, and insurance. …
 

Ambit Energy

Ambit Energy – Business Entry by David Harris Ambit Energy by Jere Thompson, found at ambitenergy.com, is a multi level marketing based energy company that focuses on recruitment as its larger source of revenue than making revenue by providing quality service. The business is based out of Texas and provides service in that particular area, though they have sales people nationally. Very problematic issues include false claims that Ambit Energy is backed by Shell Oil. Shell killed that quickly. Although …
 

Freedom At Home Team

Freedom At Home Team Review by David Harris Freedom at Home Team, by AmeriPlan and found at freedomathometeam.com, provides work at home opportunities to recruit a downline to sell AmeriPlan products through an MLM (multi-level-marketing) program structure. AmeriPlan is not an insurance company. It offers discount pricing plans for medical services to some healthcare companies that may save some consumers money. Although Freedom at Home Team is the MLM company that provides affiliate salespeople to recruit more affiliates, their unlicensed …
 

United Online Business

United Online Business – Business Entry United Online Business, by John Rydell and found at unitedonlinebusiness.com, is an independent distribution MLM business that sells for Herbalife. If you read my reviews regularly, you will know I’m no supporter of MLM. This one’s no different. Off the bat, the site is full of warning signs I’ll point out. First thing to look at is right at the top. The quote and salespeople are fabricated. There’s even a disclaimer under the photo. …
 

Freeway To Success

Freeway To Success Review by David Harris “Freeway To Success”, by Doc Lett and found at freewaytosuccess.net, is a multi-level marketing company with eBooks, food discount and pharmacy cards as the products that barely keep them from being a total pyramid scheme. Like any MLM, money is made by recruiting a downline of “distributors”, not by selling products, but, FTC regulations require that there be some sort of product or they will consider Freeway To Success illegal. The eBook products …
 

Isagenix

Isagenix Review by David Harris “Isagenix”, by John Anderson and Jim and Kathy Coover, and found at isagenix.com, is a multi-level marketing business that uses dietary products as its front to keep from being labeled as a pyramid scheme. As to whether the product is helpful is not our issue to discuss. The fact that the business model is MLM is at the heart of our skepticism. Right from the start, we found that Isagenix is a highly marked-up product …
 

Lightyear Wireless

Lightyear Wireless Review by David Harris Lightyear Wireless is a network marketing/MLM company in the telecommunications arena, mainly concentrating on wireless phone service.  It’s parent company – Lightyear Network Solutions (formerly UniDial) is a publicly-traded company based in Kentucky. With the main company getting it’s start in 1993, “Lightyear Wireless” is one of the larger, well known telecommunication companies in the MLM arena.  There are over 1,500 YouTube videos on Lightyear Wireless  – mostly from reps trying to get you …
 
 
 
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