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4Life

4Life Review by David Harris “4Life”, by David and Bianca Lisonbee and found at 4Life.com, is a multi-level marketing business venture. It comes with several caveats to watch out for, some of which I’ll report here. [ I Want To Build You a Monthly Income For Free, Click Here For Details ] First and foremost, 4Life is an MLM. We do not ever recommend multi-level marketing as a way to earn any decent money. That is unless you are positioned …
 

Seacret Direct

Seacret Direct Review by David Harris “Seacret Direct”, found at SeacretDirect.com, is an mlm, or, multi- level marketing company with products with skin care and beauty aids products. Those of you that read our reviews know our view of MLM schemes, I mean, businesses. We’re not a big fan of them. It’s no different with Seacret Direct, which started its tenuous business practices with a shopping mall vendor stall routine. The amount of customer horror tales of deception and price …
 

Gano Excel

Gano Excel Review by David Harris Gano Excel is from Leow Soon Seng and found at ganoexcel.us. GanoExcel is a specialty gourmet coffee company with a Multi-Level Marketing business model used to recruit people to recruit others. Our focus in this review is mainly on the network marketing aspect of any company that employs the MLM scheme to grow its numbers. The coffee product Gano Excel sells separates itself from other coffees by mixing a mushroom called Ganoderma into the …
 

Empower Network

Empower Network Review by David Harris Empower Network update We do not recommend Empower Network. First, I must state that “Empower Network” , also known as EN, will not be considered a scam here, per se, because unlike most scams we report here, they do not take money from members’ bank cards without authorization. Empower Network also does not fail to pay commissions to their affiliates if they ever do make any, and that is one of the major caveats. …
 

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 …
 

Business Success Pack

Business Success Pack – Scam Review by David Harris Business Success Pack, by fictional character Tanya D and found at businesssuccesspack.com, is a rather odd way to divert you to a multi level marketing company called Herbalife. Herbalife has its share of negative press and at the same time cult-like followers that try anything to recruit people for their downline. This particularly misleading page, Business Success Pack, has many issues to take to task. First is the fact that proper …
 

We Share Abundance

We Share Abundance a Scam or Legitimate? The Internet income opportunity “We Share Abundance” from Graham Frame and Rosa Frame found at weshareabundance.com has already been submitted for review. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business, Click Here For Details ] The review for this business is in Pending status, however… What we know now: Although we have not had a chance to fully review the We Share Abundance… We have gone through the website and have seen enough to tell us …
 

Home Job Stop

Home Job Stop Review By David Harris Home Job Stop, found at myhomejobstop.com, is a very active job board specializing in telecommuting and real work from home jobs. You will not find any scams or junk posts here. In addition to their extensive job bank, they offer an exclusive online guidebook, email update reports, and more. Looking for full-time work doesn’t have to be a full-time job. If you’ve spent any amount of time looking for work online, chances are …
 

The Cash1234 System

What “The Cash1234 System” has to say about itself – “ARE YOU READY TO DISCOVER HOW ANYONE CAN EASILY MAKE OVER $4000/WEEK ONLINE WITHOUT SELLING, ADVERTISING, REFERRING OR OWNING A WEBSITE?” If you’re tired of all the so-called “systems” and business opportunities that require you to sell affiliate products, run pay per click advertising campaigns, operate websites or recruit new members then I have excellent news for you. Keep reading because I guarantee that this will be the most important …
 

WorldVentures

WorldVentures Review by David Harris “WorldVentures”, by Wayne Nugent, Mike Azcue, and Sean Wilson and found at worldventures.com. This is also associated with DreamTrips and Rovia. It is a Multi-Level Marketing business that uses travel as its cover for recruitment centric purposes. They do however offer limited and conditional discount packages, airfare not included, to WorldVentures members. It is debatable whether WorldVentures travel products are really cost-effective or not, as other travel service sites do offer low airfare prices in …
 
 
 
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