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Online Business Systems

Online Business Systems Review by David Harris | Updated on May 9, 2022, at 11:32 AM: Is “Online Business Systems” found at theonlinebusiness.com and myobsoffice.com a scam? The “legal” answer is no, but it comes with caveats that are based in part on a wide variety of individual experiences by people who have dealt with this company. And many people have had experiences with “Online Business Systems” because its purpose is to be a way (not the only way) to …
 

Partner With Paul

Partner with Paul Review by David Harris “Partner with Paul”, found at partnerwithpaul.com, is a marketing plan created by Paul Myers. Although he claims he’s making over a million dollars by using his own program, there appears to be quite some doubt as to whether he is or even could. When you sign up, you get referred to the “Partner with Paul DVD kit”. You also get a step by step plan, the business opportunity and a business coach but …
 

USANA

USANA Review by David Harris “USANA” by Dr. Myron Wentz and found at usana.com, is a multi-level marketing business that is just this side of a pyramid scheme, according to the IRS. So, is USANA a pyramid scheme? That’s what we’re about to find out. There are so many complaints registered online about this business that there are even dedicated watchdog sites just for exposing their unsavory practices. Since USANA does offer nutritional and health aid products, it is barely …
 

Life Force International

Life Force International – LFI MLM a Scam? Life Force International by Wayne and Gerri Hillman, found at lifeforce.net, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of Life Force International, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “Life Force International“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of “Life …
 

Juvio

Juvio Review by David Harris Juvio, by Juvio Corporation found at juvio.com, is another of those health supplement multi level marketing businesses that get you to pay them your money to market their product. Everything about them is highly suspect. I’ll tell you why. When you go to the Juvio site you can see that none of the links on it are clickable. There are no phone numbers to reach them. Most people end up failing at most MLM ventures, …
 

Global Domains International

Global Domains International Review by David Harris | Updated on March 12, 2022, at 9:02 AM: Global Domains International, WebSite.ws, or GDI, is an international company owned by Michael Starr and Alan Ezeir that offers domain names and web hosting.  Global Domains International started in November of 1999. They have a 5 tier MLM structure that allows you as a GDI distributor to make some money getting other people to sign up with their .ws domains. GDI only registers .ws …
 

My Lead Company

My Lead Company Scam Review by David Harris “My Lead Company”, by JR Jackson and found at myleadcompany.com, is a Multi-Level Marketing company dubiously that sells leads as its product. Right at the start I will report that there is no end to the amount of complaints and negative press about My Lead Company from many unhappy customers and downline reps and many unresolved complaints registered with the Better Business Bureau. Some have even gone as far as filed with …
 

Global Information Network

Global Information Network Review by David Harris | Updated on March 18, 2022, at 9:01 AM: Global Information Network is found at ginunited.com and is from the notorious convicted felon and often indicted Kevin Trudeau. It’s an MLM scam of mythical proportions bordering on a cult. This company is a scam that authorities are trying to end. It is no surprise that our own government has been after this guy for years and years. Global Information Network or GIN United …
 

Vemma

Vemma Business Review Vemma by BK Boreyko, found at vemma.com, is a nutritional supplement Multi-Level Marketing business that is more interested in you recruiting more people than they are about selling its product. This is because the product gets sold to those you recruit, as well as yourself, to the tune of about $150 to $600 and up. One of several concerns with Vemma is that the products it sells are marked up several times higher than similar items you …
 

Viral Franchise

Viral Franchise Scam Review by David Harris “Viral Franchise” by Frederick Spears, found at theviralfranchise.com, is a cash gifting scam wrapped around a thinly veiled Multi-Level Marketing scheme, plain and simple, right from the start. The Viral Franchise is part of “I Wanna Be Rich”, another business run by Spears, if that indeed is his real name. I say it is weakly disguised as an MLM risk because there are absolutely no real products sold by The Viral Franchise. The …
 
 
 
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