long HLF from the 80's on down
and that is why they keep targeting mainly Hispanics during the FTC investogation
January 13, 2015 a court ordered Oro Marketing to temporarily shut down operations for bogus business practices. This income fraud targeted Spanish-speaking Latinos
The Federal Trade Commission works closely with legal services providers and consumer advocates to root out frauds affecting Latino communities across the nation.
Income scams: At the FTC’s request, a federal court temporarily shut down Oro Marketing, Inc., which falsely promised Latino consumers they would make money by reselling high-end goods.
Fortune Hi Tech Marketing, Inc., a pyramid scheme that targeted Spanish-speaking and immigrant communities and enrolled more than 350,000 consumers as “sales representatives.” The FTC said the company deceptively claimed people would earn significant income as representatives, but 98 percent of the people who paid start-up costs and monthly fees lost more money than they made. The company must surrender assets worth at least $7.75 million, which will be returned to consumers.
Fotonovelas: Based on the complaints received from Spanish-speakers about scams that target the Latino community, the FTC is releasing a series of fotonovelas: the first on government imposters, and the second about income scams, with more to follow.
if HLF management had any brains they would lay off targeting Hispanics till the FTC decides what to do
the FTC does not like that
when the FTC tells HLF they have to put a limit on levels of down lines the pyramid will fall apart faster than anyone can imagine
Ackman just walked up behind me here in the basher boiler room and slapped on the back of the head hard for posting Harbour may be working at HLF under cover for him, LOL
they found in their headquarters? they sure dropped that story faster than a hot potatoe
for the HLF cult and read them, LOL
but the long term trend is still DOWN