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Herbalife Ltd. Message Board

  • wyo34 wyo34 Feb 7, 2013 10:49 AM Flag

    Mormons and "pre paid legal"

    All though not a public company, PPL was based on the same pyramid scheme and using the LDS as a networking. The other similarity is the SNAKE OIL of the whole thing. No one uses PPL and no one uses Herbalife

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    • Admit it lost!! sit back and pay my rent chief...thanks from the bottom of my heart moron

    • Just for the record- 10+ years after Herb Greenberg, Jim Cramer, the shorts & others attacked Prepaid Legal Services on many fronts including an actual SEC investigation which required them to restate their financial statements, Prepaid legal Services was sold to a private investment group at a share price that was more than double the share price when everyone began attacking the company-

      Here is a January 2011 article about PPD being sold-

      Pre-Paid Legal Services sold for $650M By M. Scott Carter is OKC and Capitol reporter for The Journal Record. Contact: 405-278-2838 / / Posted: 09:09 AM Monday, January 31, 2011

      Excerpt from article: "Pre-Paid said MidOcean is purchasing all the outstanding shares of Pre-Paid for $66.50 per share"

      MY COMMENT: Herbalife is a superior MLM as compared to Prepaid Legal Services and operates in 80+ countries where as Prepaid basically operated mainly here in the US.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • jayanthony1 Feb 7, 2013 10:55 AM Flag

      Oh so thats why they built a new manufacturing plant in N.C. so they can make pixie dust,, you dopes amaze me.....

      Sentiment: Hold

    • scottlv123 Feb 7, 2013 10:51 AM Flag

      And thats why its been around for 30 years.

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