As an old English proverb says: A fool and his money are soon parted. Do your due diligence before you bet against NUS. Look at their financial statements. Their biggest market is China, where shark fins and tiger balls are used for medicinal purposes and stuff like that.... you do the math.
This is a pyramid scheme company with #$%$ products but you don't have any big guns saying it is going to zero . It is squeezing and you can't fight the squeeze. My wife tried the products and didn't like them and the sales lady did try to "recruit her" Maybe one day it will be another HLF but shareholders are lucky that for now no one is investigating them
At worst, it's an open question. The accumulating evidence has pointed away from HLF being a pyramid scheme and even more so from NUS being a pyramid scheme. If you make snap judgments on companies and insist they are a pyramid schemes because you read it once in an article, you deserve to lose money.