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Herbalife Ltd. Message Board

  • thundersforever thundersforever Dec 29, 2012 11:49 PM Flag

    FTC on, In re Amway Corp., in 1979 decision that MLM is not illegal

    As long as HLF can show that is selling a product that people want and use HLF is MLM and it is not Pyramid scheme

    An there is no law to say how expensive should the product be

    Look at AAPL, lululemon, michael kors and many others whom sell their products way above competition

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    • Yes but they aren't earning what they say are.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Just cannot understand why American people trying to put away a nice American company that makes the products to sell in China, Japan and many other countries and bring home money to hire many American. Any one lost money by joining in HLF as a distributor? I call Ackman a traitor so do the many shorts. Shame on them. These people are losing their humanity.

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      • telsarowe@rocketmail.com telsarowe Dec 30, 2012 5:06 AM Flag

        "trying to put away a nice American company"??????? Wake up! Over 90% of their customers/distributors/employees/retailers (nobody has seemed to figure out what to call them yet) lose money! I've tried their protein(cheap whey) and Formula 1 and the listed ingredients are the exact same as things I've used at GNC, except herbalifes products taste worse and cost more. They are running around the world soiling Americas reputation with cheaply made overpriced products and as a final slap in the face over promise and under deliver its customers/distributors/employees/retailers. There is nothing nice about the company at all. And last I checked they are NOT an American company! They are headquartered in Grand Cayman island. Wake up.

 
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