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"Nutritional"

 

MonaVie

MonaVie Scam Review by David Harris MonaVie by Dallin A. Larsen, found at monavie.com, is a rather unusual phenomenon. A forty dollar fruit juice only sold through the multi level marketing model by their members, average non mlm people, to friends and family. ** Latest update May 2015: A federal judge temporarily halted a deal that would transfer almost all the assets of MonaVie Inc. to a Florida company that had foreclosed after the Utah nutritional fruit-juice purveyor defaulted on …

 

USANA

USANA Review by David Harris | Updated on July 28, 2022, at 7:54 AM: USANA by Dr. Myron Wentz is found at usana.com. It’s 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 …

 

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 …

 

Nutronix

Nutronix Review by David Harris Nutronix International found at nutronix.com, is a troubled multi-level marketing business. They sell health and beauty aids online and through distributors that join the MLM membership. I always tell you that the only ones in multi-level marketing that make any money are the guys right at the top. And that those ways below, rarely make much if anything at all. In fact, most of the time, operations such as Nutronix get people to buy their …

 

Mannatech

Mannatech Review by David Harris | Updated on August 29, 2022, at 11:04 AM: Mannatech by Samuel L. Caster and Dr. Robert A. Sinnott found at mannatech.com is a multi-level marketing company They distribute self-proclaimed health cures. These health claims have plagued them with many legal problems. At one point Manna Tech was one of the top small companies among the business press and media. Their downfall began with a class action suit that challenged Mannatech products and their claims …

 

Fruta Vida

Fruta Vida Review Fruta Vida, also known as Pro Image, by Tony Shaw and found at proimageteam.com, is a multi-level marketing company with a line of nutritional juice drinks. While the product may be tasty and people seem to enjoy consuming it, the business model is difficult, at best, to make money with. We will forgo the early troubles of infighting among the top founders and rumors of the owner’s changes in the compensation plan in his favor from time …

 

Youngevity

Youngevity Review by David Harris | Updated on August 28, 2022, at 9:32 AM: Youngevity is from Steve Wallach and is found at youngevity.com, is an MLM, or multi-level marketing business income opportunity. It uses nutritional products as its way of avoiding being labeled as a pyramid scheme. Having researched and reported on many MLMs, both scam and legit I look at certain factors to determine whether it is a real opportunity or not. One of the factors I look …

 

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 …

 

Business Internet Coach

Business Internet Coach by David Harris “Business Internet Coach”, by Kaption Media and found at businessinternetcoach.com, is a lead generating website for a Multi-Level Marketing company called Vemma. What a lead capturing company does is collect contact information from your prospects to share with you and the venture partner they work with. In this case, Business Internet Coach claims to have a training kit to work online from home with an MLM business that focuses on recruiting members to your …

 

Kyani

Kyani a Scam or Legitimate? The Internet income opportunity “Kyani” from Kirk Hansen, Carl Taylor and Dick Powell found at kyani.com has already been submitted for review. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business, Click Here ] 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 Kyani… We have gone through the website and have seen enough to tell us that we will not be recommending …