Likewise, if the sales of the "opportunity" rest largely on deception, this calls sustainability in question on one hand, and invites regulatory intervention on the other-for business opportunity fraud. This may or may not rise to the level of a "pyramid scheme," but the deceptive element never builds a lasting business, and is open to challenge on multiple fronts at all times.
Hmmm. Seems like I heard that some where else before. Amway ? Nu-Skin ? Tupperware ? Avon ? Herbalife in business for over 32 years and still growing faster than the S&P index both in growth of the stock and the profits. You shorts are amazing. have any of you broke even yet ? Nah never mind I hate the wailing and gnashing of teeth part.
The operative word is "IF" and by now all intelligent people should now that Herbalife is NOT a pyramid scheme. There is NO front end loading. There is NO front end royalties. There are NO head hunter fees or commissions merely for recruiting someone.