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Neil Davidson is a writer and an expert in MLM companies.

8 responses to “The Herbalife Scam – Herbalife And The Fraud Discovery Institute”

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    I just got scammed by them. Thought I was going to get an opportunity to do my own home business. Paid the shipping for a cheap ass training manual, and now they want me to send it back, or else I’ll get charged $39.95 for keeping the fucking thing. After this “training,” I could either start after paying $100 or some shit. Or not. I decided not to because I’m broke, and that’s why I’m doing this in the first place. I live at home with my parents. How fun. And now I’m going to get a overdraft fee thanks to Herbalife!!! Amazing opportunity. They can kiss my ASS.

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      @Bryan Foster

      You’ve got a terrible attitude man. You’re going to stay broke and living with your parents for a long time to come unless you change that. I’m not defending Herbalife, but there are a lot of people that have made a lot of money in that business.

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    Great pyramid scheme. Let’s all take generic pills all over happy and prance around with our commissions we make off unsuspecting internet seekers!

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