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

19 responses to “Is Herbalife A Pyramid Scheme?”

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    i’M FIXING TO START WORKING FOR HERBALIFE I HAVE DONE MY RESEARCH IM GOING LET GOD SHOW ME WHAT RIGHT AND WHAT IS WRONG I BELIEVE IF YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS I N THIS LIFE AND IF IT GOD WILL THE Lord WILL MAKE YOU DREAMS COME TRUE SO WITH THAT BEING SAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL AND HERBALIFE IS I N THE BUSINESS OF HELPING PEOPLE SO I TOTALLY AGREE WITH THIS VIDEO YOU HAVE TO WORK HARD AND GIVE IT YOUR ALL IF YOU WANT TO BE SUCCESSFUL NEVER GIVE UP DREAM BIG WITH GOD ON YOUR SIDE ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE

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      Did you IF you need some help. let me know,

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    […] at every turn – if the media are to be believed then the company executives are liars, the MLM structure is a pyramid scheme, the products are a sham, and they have been responsible for causing serious illness, even death, […]

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    I am about to get started in the business – those involved.. would you recommend this? I realize that you get out of it what you put in… you have to be wiling to work hard and that I am. Is the $199 refundable if you decide the business isn’t for you?

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      What $199?

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    Excellent article Neil!
    Very clear and detailed, I couldn’t have said it any better.

    This will definitely act as my reference when I inform my skeptical customers that Herbalife is safe, not scam. (And that success comes after hard work).

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    […] dollar industry with claws all over the world. They’re technically what is defended as a multi-level marketing business model rather than a pyramid scheme, since they sell actual products, but I think […]

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    I am excited to say I am part of Herbalife and have made more money on selling the products.
    And it has changed my life, wellbeing and improved my health.

    I would love to help more people become part of Herbalife.

    Email me: chedovaconsult (at) gmail.com

    Remember Healthy Eating is Weathy Lilving

    Let me know
    Vinent Moorehouse
    (I am on facebook as well

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    I am excited to say I am part of Herbalife and have made more money on selling the products.
    And it has changed my life, wellbeing and improved my health.

    I would love to help more people become part of Herbalife.

    Email me: chedovaconsult (at) gmail.com

    Remember Healthy Eating is Weathy Lilving

    Let me know
    Vincent Moorehouse
    (I am on facebook as well

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    Herbalife is total bullshit and this website was obviously made by someone who works for them as damage control.

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    Anon is right. This is BS, MLM is a pyramid scheme.

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    Herbalife isn’t the only pyramid scheme/scam out there. There are many. Different types of insurances do it as well as supplement type plans. The story goes this way: A person who is somewhat a manager will post an ad for sale/marketing assistant on, let’s say, Craigslist.org, people who are looking for work will apply. Then the calls some in or email messages will be received. You talk to them and they tell you that if you sell x amount of contracts to people you will earn x amount of dollars. Should you recruit others to sell under you then you will get what you earn buy your sales but also a percentage of what your recruits sell. . . so you see, the more people you have under you the more money you will make and before long you have a pyramid set up and you are a big part of it. What most don’t tell you is that a percentage of all of what you earn goes to the originator and on to the top.
    There are so many pyramid schemes out there and how they get away with this I don’t know.

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    All herbal life products are unproven by any scientific tests. There is no objective scientific proof that any of these products work.
    Drug companies have to go through double blind large scale long term studies to prove that there is a measureable benefit to the drug. Over the counter herbal life products do not., There is only questionable
    anecdotal promotion of their products.
    The vast majority of people who join herbal life make little if any money. The idea that some one can get rich selling these very questionable products through friends, families or frankly persuading poor suckers to sell it for you is a cruel joke.

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      For starters there ARE Scientists and Doctors working alongside Herbalife. AND It is NOT available over the counter like you state… You have to buy from a Distributor that has a Licence to sell the Products… What you are saying is False…

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    Do you lot not read anything? Or just believe what you want to believe?
    Herbalife is not I REPEAT NOT a Pyramid Scheme, but it is a BILLION DOLLAR Company that has helped many many people!!

    I have done my homework and although I DON’T sell it, I use the Products, IT IS BACKED by SCIENTISTS and DOCTORS and recently has Emerged that it DID NOT cause any illnesses, ALL Their Products are NATURALLY Derived…

    Back to Pyramids, Take a look at the Company you work for…. Do you have a CEO at the top?, Managers Beneath the CEO? Then Supervisors? then Sales, then normal workers? What Shape would that make? yes thats right a Pyramid…. Herbalife is no different to any other company then in that case!!!

    When looking for information, go to proper websites, not forums made up by trolls trying to destroy businesses…

    1 Last thing, Herbalife has been going strong for 34 Years now…. What does that tell you???

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