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14 years ago
Lynnv2.0
QuoteLynnv2.0 Few will argue that the supplements marketed by Mannatech contain "nutrients". Sorry, that should read, "Few will argue that the supplements marketed by Mannatech do not contain "nutrients". My bad.
Forum: Multi Level Marketing and Commercial Schemes
14 years ago
Lynnv2.0
"-Legitimate PRODUCT. They use NETWORK ..keyword "MARKETING" to get their products out which is the glyconutrients. A scientifically proven nutrient." Few will argue that the supplements marketed by Mannatech contain "nutrients". They are not, however, scientifically proven to "help the body heal itself" from various con
Forum: Multi Level Marketing and Commercial Schemes
15 years ago
Lynnv2.0
Quotehampton What I find especially disturbing is that this woman is not a doctor, and yet she freely gives out medical advice. I was particularly angry when my Mom had a very serious health problem and was told that she would be cured by buying several Shaklee products. I would not be surprised if this woman is sued one day. Not to devert the subject from Shaklee, but it seems as though the
Forum: Multi Level Marketing and Commercial Schemes
15 years ago
Lynnv2.0
Mannatech is a good example of an MLM/ religious mix. Many, if not most of the company's founders and top management are deeply religious and a significant number of them are "born again" Christians. The relative success of the company is reflected in the religious nature of it's marketing tactics. References to "miracle sugars" and "divine intervention" a
Forum: Multi Level Marketing and Commercial Schemes
15 years ago
Lynnv2.0
I wonder what ever became of the "invasion of privacy" lawsuit against the Mannatech associate and chiropractor who (allegedly) used unauthorized photographs of a child with Tay-Sachs syndrome. Does anyone know if it was settled? Lynn
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