TAX FRAUD

Alfred Pettersen admits that his partnership agreement with Tarl Robinson, Plexus Worldwide was a TAX FRAUD. Please read the comments sections on the pages and posts. They contain some great info from other readers.

Dirty Diamonds and their Hidden Secrets Revealed

Plexus Products have been found to contain higher than 

3x's 

the allowable levels of LEAD


What has the company done to inform it's consumers that they may have have ingested up to 3x's the allowable level of lead? Nothing.

Ambassadors claim to have been using these products for months, if not years, and claim they are getting all of these fabulous health results are they?

The people that are making money in this company will continue to tell you how perfectly safe Plexus is, until one of them tests positive for lead in plexus products.

Then what? I'll tell you what... they will all vanish and hide under a rock.
Not one of them has any integrity, any morals, or any compassion for those lives that they have touched, and perhaps ruined, in order for them to make a buck and feel better about themselves.



Not all the visitors here are familiar with who the "Diamond" Ambassadors are for this company.


Diamonds are not always those that have been around for a long time. Some make it to that status rather quickly, after all their are so many loopholes and ways to manipulate the system.

Sheila Medina, is one of the first Diamond Ambassadors at Plexus Worldwide. She started with the company back in the days when Plexus was transformed from Wireless to Breast Health.

Sheila Rockwell Medina was also a director at Mary Kay. If lipstick didn't get your attention, well, we know women have boobs. What better product compliment could there be! I wonder if she sold the Breast Check Kits with free lipstick or the lipstick with free Breast Check Kits?

Sheila is seen and heard everywhere flogging her Plexus products.You hear her on the opportunity calls, she is seen at all of the Plexus events,you can't get away from her.  For some reason Plexus has put this past red jacket Mary Kay lipstick seller on a pedal stool.

Either way, she has to work hard to make the money that Plexus is alluding to all the new recruits that can be made easier.



Pictured here are Sheila Medina and Serena Molangi: two Veterans of Plexus

May 2015 Rumour has it that Serena has been fired.
The recorded message doesn't state specifically why Serena is no longer with Plexus, but they are still great to hear:
Listen to those words in this clip:



Bye Serena, you knew it was coming, as did Sheila.



I want to introduce you next to "Coach Ronnie Cuevas" and his lovely wife, Patti Cuevas

These two claim to have gotten their start in Plexus thanks to Sheila. They are rumoured to be best of friends and "as thick as thieves". hmm.

Patti claims to be the:

CEO of "Be Happy Be Healthy Be One"
May 2009 – Present (6 years 1 month) Gulfport, MS
She states:
""I have the exclusive products people are talking about. You can start your business for as little as $34.95 with two great product packages of $99 and $199 upon enrollment. Whether you are trying to make extra monthly income to help with the car payment or you want to earn an extraordinary income, I provide you with an opportunity to achieve your dreams based on your skill and efforts."""

Ooopsy, maybe she is an honest gal after all, or did she just not realize what she is really saying:

""achieve your dreams based on your skill and efforts." hmmm..

So I guess you do need some skills, perhaps similar to a salesman, and you have to put in more effort than just post on facebook. hmm..

Thanks for clearing that up Patti!

Guess what else Patti Cuevas has to say:

Are you interested in how the Coach got his start in this business?

WATCH





This was found these great testimonials posted:

""I started to use Plexus Slim September 2009 weighing at 274 and started to see results within the first week. I’ve now lost 58 pounds and noticed I’m even sleeping like a baby; I was always waking up 3 to 5 times a night. And for the first time I’m finally dreaming again.
I’m also a diabetic and before Plexus Slim I was taking about 20 Units of insulin before all my meals, but depending on how high my sugar levels were would determine how much more insulin I needed on top of the 20 I was already taking. As well as another 70 units of  “long acting” insulin before all my meals.  One day I had a doctor’s appointment and he read all my blood sugar levels, then asked me “What are you doing different? Your sugar levels are low”. Now I only have to take half the dosage, which is a huge relief.  Overall, I am much happier and healthier now that I’m taking Plexus Slim. – Ronnie, C., Gulfport Ms""

and this went along with it

""Being on Plexus Slim has changed my life! I have been on Plexus Slim since July 2009 and within the first 10 days I lost 3.5 pounds. After being on the product for 120 days I had already reached my goal of losing 20 pounds. Overall I have lost 21 pounds and 8 inches and I’m keeping it off. Even during the holidays I was able to eat EVERYTHING and anything I wanted and I didn’t gain an ounce, never even exercise once; everyone was so jealous of me. Every morning between 10:30AM to 11:00AM I drink one pack of Plexus Slim, and that’s it! It’s so simple to use unlike other diet products I have tried. I would recommend anyone to give Plexus Slim a try! – Sheila M., Ocean Springs, MS""


Coach Ronnie Cuevas decided that his story about his back pain wasn't helping him and his wife make money, so he changed his story to one of being a diabetic. read it here:

I wonder just how many of those Mary Kay ladies joined Plexus?


Here is a great idea. After you have become a Diamond and finally you have clued in to the fact that you have been talking in front of your team, and other teams, and after you have blubbered your way on stage numerous times,  spend a few bucks and get certified as a coach/speaker/trainer. That way you can make money off of those that not only recruit for you in your Plexus business, but now you can charge these people to come and listen to you speak! No more yapping for free! This lady wised up. Problem is, in my opinion, that her delivery sucks, she loses her train of thought very often and rambles, she does not captivate listeners. After watching a few of her videos on youtube and vimeo, it is apparent that she does need help in public speaking. I don't see her being successful in this industry has it takes more than a pretty face and someone who rides the coat tails of others to make it. She already has admitted, more than once, that she has problems, has carried on business with lack of integrity, and she has no self control when it comes to crapping over other companies that she willingly spent 17 years with. Maybe she would have better results in life if she started going to a shrink and dealing with her issues. She should be making right all the wrongs she made while deceiving, lying and making fun of people  in order to make a buck. Good luck lady. Oh Canada! This woman is going to bore you to death making you try to believe she is something she is not.

I reached out to Sonya Dudley recently, telling her "I would be interested in your plexus story...." her reply was nothing except the typical facebook message block "you cannot reply to this conversation"
I guess Sonya wants to use Plexus as a stage and tell her story to anyone and everyone that will listen, except us bloggers. Ah well, we know what goes on anyways, without her story. Drink Pink and Shrink Sonya!

  clothing optional beaches and no kids

Updated:

I recently came across a self-published post by Sonya L Dudley, that talks about her Plexus story. It talks about her 17 year Mary Kay career:

""I won lots of cars and prizes but was in a lot of debt due to carrying lots of inventory that would change a lot and I would need the latest for each season."" 

I guess it's not as bad as Plexus changing their products and the product ingredients and the packaging all the time.

I guess it doesn't matter if you win a car or any prizes with any of these types of companies, you still have not control over your inventory. (controlling inventory = signs of pyramid scheme)

It's really easy to see one thing.. someone winning prizes or cars .. and not realize that is just smoke and mirrors. They want you to have the perception that they are doing great with the company. Lipstick tactics at work.

She goes on to say:

"I put a lot of time into self improvement courses and classes and I never missed a convention that we had 3 times a year."

That must be costly as well. Conventions are great ways to share false hopes with others and to keep on inspired and believing. Cult like mentality.

Guess it never worked that well, if it did, John Mxxxxxl would not have gotten her money recently.

I can't wait to read her book to see the real truth and her real story behind Plexus;

"One day I will write a book on all the "signs" from him"

Maybe it will explain her Mary Kay departure as well. She says she moved back to her hometown.

"I became very stressed out, burned out and disheartened the last few years in that business and got really sick with fibromyalgia the last few months I was in it. I could barely function"

It goes on to say that she gave up her car and unit and took a year off to feel better.

"I tried a couple other companies from home and did decent but it soon faded. So I went into sales, I did different things, maybe 7 jobs over a 6 year time period"

I'm not that familiar with Fibro, so I looked it up: here are some excerpts:
  • Research shows that people with fibromyalgia typically see many doctors before receiving the diagnosis.

Sonya goes on to say:

" I was working a full time job commuting 45 miles to work and working retail hours and 3 Saturdays a month."

I don't believe that this is true:

" I lost 7 pounds week one, 7 inches, amazing energy, slept better, fibromyalgia pain tremendously reduced, all week one. "

"Then a month later my cholesterol dropped 51 points, off of all meds for various conditions."

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition, meaning it lasts a long time. In many people, the condition does improve over time. It can improve...Over time.. not a few months.

She is telling that she has been commuting 45 miles to work, to work retail hours and has only one Saturday off a month. Then she joined Plexus and "10 weeks after joining, I quit my full time sales job."

She wants people to believe: "I Spread the word simply by Facebook because I did not have time to do anything else."

That very well may be the case, but I wonder how her cholesterol dropped, how she slept better and how her fibro pain was reduced and how on earth she could have stopped taking her meds for other conditions that she has not shared.

If you ask me, I will believe this:

Besides taking medicine prescribed by your doctor, there are many things you can do to minimize the impact of fibromyalgia on your life. Such changing your eating, sleeping, and excerise patterns and making work changes like the number of hours, less demanding job etc.

As Sonya says "Thank goodness I trusted Helen."
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Helen McFadden, another ex Lipstick pusher, has her own story.

"I left my 15 year sales career as a director in a network marketing company. There were many reasons I left - I was burnt out, tired of "selling", my parents were declining in their health, and I just felt it was time to begin taking care of them and explore other career options."

 "I did some marketing in the Senior Living field, but then after my dad passed away, I quit my full time job in Senior Living and began to work part time and take care of my mom. I had many different part-time jobs over the last few years while taking care of my mom, and one of them was a Weight Watcher leader. I absolutely loved being a WW leader. I found myself driving home from my meeting and asking The Lord to help me someday to find a career that I could do something similar to that full-time. I knew I needed a Plan B in my life for when my mom was no longer with me."




Guess we can be thankful that Helen decided to Trust Sheila "After talking for a long time with Sheila, and trusting her" 

Sheila and her weren't really friends as how she would like you to believe:
"I had known her for years, from my network marketing career I had left in 2008. I had heard she had left that business too, so I was curious as to what she was up to these days. I saw she was with a company called Plexus, and wondered what the heck Plexus was!! I went to their website and read all about the products"

I mean she "heard" Sheila left Mary Kay and she didn't know when or why or what was going on with her friend, that she trusts.

Helen says  "My dad had diabetes and just about everything the Plexus products offered resonated with me. It was so divine"

"I knew that I knew that I KNEW I had to join the company and start sharing these products!"

Why these products? There are who knows how many hundreds of companies that manufacture, sell and supply people with products that are tailored and marketed for people with Diabetes.

Why would someone who says:  "my credibility was on the line" "It was a complete leap of faith." "I hadn't even tasted the pink drink yet." join a company in 2012 that was still unheard of!

If my credibility was on the forefront of my mind so much that I felt it was on the line, I would not join this company. Either way, Helen joined Plexus.

Helen says:

"The 1st couple of months were really good, we could tell that the interest was great for a weight-loss product. I lost 11 lbs and 14 inches those first 2 months as well"

Hmm.. Does that mean that Weight Watchers doesn't work or did she not need Weight Watchers? Weight Watchers says on their website: "Our coaches followed the Weight Watchers program and were successful at losing weight and keeping it off."

"...everyone knew me as "Miss Weight Watchers" "I absolutely loved being a WW leader."

Want to know how Helen really made her team,

"Then Sheila came to Reno in December and we held a weight loss party at my home on a cold December weeknight and 28 people showed up at my house"

Want to know where these 28 people came from? Geez, thanks for the invite Weight Watcher leader.

How many times have I heard this regurgitated statement:

"an amazing company with the right products at the right time"

"My journey in Plexus so far has been very very hard to put into words. From the over the top health testimonies of my customers and ambassadors to the incredible financial freedom this company and opportunity have provided not just me but so many on my team of over 5,000. I live each day in awe and complete gratitude for all my Plexus blessings. The friendships I've made, the traveling I've gotten to do, to be on this journey with my BFF - its all just so rewarding, exciting , and fulfilling!! In my 1st year, I've qualified for 4 trips, earned 2 Lexus', a Rolex watch, beautiful luggage, had a video made about me and my family, and an income that has allowed my husband to go part time and eventually retire years ahead of schedule. All while working out of my home and being able to keep my priorities in order. I always say "Lord if this is a dream, do not wake me up!"
I wouldn't have been able to achieve all this without the help of my amazing husband, the awesome Sheila Medina, a team of ambassadors that are simply the BEST, and a God who is blesses me abundantly on a daily basis!! I am grateful, humbled and truly amazed."

You can chose to believe her story, but I suggest that you read between the lines and ask yourself why out of her team of 5,000 people using buying sharing these products, she still believes that the products give "over the top health testimonies"  I have some here:

Good Luck Helen, we will let you sleep a bit longer, and don't worry about that FDA letter or the product changes and refusals of returns and the like. Sweet Dreams.
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Have you met Rick and Natalie Foeller? If you are in Canada, you will be seeing Natalie! Natalie resides in Canada and has been apart of Plexus for many years. It is rumoured that she was one of the Canadians that did listen to Alfred Pettersen and she hid her ties to the company, while still making profit and working her way up the Plexus food chain. That deception should come as no surprise.
If you are familiar with Melaleuca, you may be familiar with this court case:

""The Foellers received monthly commission checks from Melaleuca. They received their
last check from Melaleuca in October 2008 for September 2008 commissions. The Foellers do
not dispute that at some point in 2008, in violation of Policy 20, they became involved with
Melaleuca’s competitor, Max International, and began enrolling Melaleuca customers in Max
programs while still receiving Melaleuca commissions.2 In November 2008, the Foellers ended
their relationship with Melaleuca. After its relationship with the Foellers ended, Melaleuca
learned of the Foellers’ breach."""

You can find it in full here: 

Did you wonder about Max International? The website is active, registered to Rick Foeller


Natalie Foeller - How Can I Help ?

I look forward to speaking with you and helping you in any way that I can.

Name:

Home Phone Number: 7058763373

Cell Phone Number: 3523226950



Are the Foellers still involved? Are they selling weight loss products for 2 different companies and allowed to cross market? hmm






Maybe they just like the email address?


Tarl Robinson's mama, Shirley Pontious, Alfred Pettersen, and Natalie Foeller
 ..wonder why Natalie would have diner with them and Dennis Harris and wife?
Ah well, Plexus has a history of involvement in the company from people that are on the shady side and have had their names in many lawsuits and court documents.





Not only that, Plexus Worldwide has a habit of sharing inside info with their Diamond ranked Ambassadors. This information is typically NOT given to anyone else.

Information ranges from sales, pay points, who just got terminated, what the Diamonds think the company should do regarding promotions, and they even share their concerns about products, product safety. Yes, they do share gossip and other personal info. I hear Tarl is going to be a daddy! These Diamonds have company secrets to keep, they need to keep their followers and their money! Image what would happen if thousands knew how much really goes on, how these Diamonds KNOW all the wrongs and injustices the company has done. Imagine finding out that your precious Diamond that you have been following, watching their training videos, taking information they give you and reposting it, is DIRTY!! Downright Deceptive! These Diamonds do not sparkle, they do not shine, they are far from beautiful and far from what anyone would ever want to be like. Not only does sharing insider info used to benefit each other go against fair business practise, it goes against anything and everything for those with morals.

A Dirty Diamond shared this with me! I guess she wants to EXPOSE the company, start airing their dirty laundry, I'm just the gal to help spread the word!

This is an email that I was sent. Seems as though Plexus intentionally omits ingredients on their labels. Yet the want "Ambassadors and Customers to have full knowledge..""  BUT, and this But is as big as most of the Diamonds butts'.. BUT. they comply with federal guidelines, when given the opportunity. Give me a break. What they mean is they got busted again!!

Enjoy this .. I hope to post many more..



There have been two updates on the Plexus Slim Bag. We apologize for not having a communication out earlier.
Guar Gum and Silicon Dioxide are both naturally occurring, inactive ingredients which have always been used in the manufacturing of Plexus Slim. In the past, based on manufacturer specifications, Plexus had not listed these two ingredients, as they are stabilizing and flow agents. This means that they help keep the mixture of Plexus Slim uniform, and help the mixture easily slide through the filling process of our stick-packs of Plexus Slim. However, we always want to practice transparency, as well as compliance with federal guidelines, when given the opportunity.
While these two ingredients are used solely to aid in the process of filling our packaging, and are in miniscule amounts, it is our goal for our Ambassadors and Customers to have full knowledge of each and every thing that they may consume.
Thanks,
Alec Clark Chief Marketing Officer

Here is another email: 


Even the Diamonds aren't sure of what to expect, yet they expect their down line to follow them and believe them.



T. G. says ""I am in Diamond bound and
we get alot of training"

What do you think? 

Still think you want to be a Plexus Diamond too?

Do not expect product results.. 

yes, they knew this.. did you?



Just for fun

Ain't this the truth! I have no idea who these people are, but it's worth a listen.

Another Just for Fun Video


This is how some Diamonds market the Plexus product:

If your child is sick. They private message you. When they don't like your reply to them, they post all over the place to make themselves feel better and to find someone that will tell them that what they did was ok. When, those with morals understand that what she does, is not ok.

Taken word for word from a Plexus Diamond Ambassador: 

"And try to tell you about how my products may help, please understand one thing.
My brother died a mysterious death. I now hold answers to many mysteries.
I can't not. Do you see this? 

I'm not the personality type to put myself out there for the possible rejection I may receive in order to make a few dollars. Period! I only do it because I can't not.
If you think that I private message people in hopes of making money off of you, you'd be seriously delusional. I can't live with myself knowing what I know now- and not reach out. Period.
And the fact that I look at it like this, in my opinion, is why God continues to so richly bless my business with team members with passion to love people!
People's responses to my reaching out is their choice. But I have no choice. "

I truly hope that nobody believes the junk that comes out of her mouth! 

You should be ashamed of yourself Lori!


This is how she operates:

"Hey gang! Help me out. I'm looking for recovery stories from horrifying 

mystery illnesses. Lymes, tick fever, west Nile, awful autoimmune 

scares, specifically with kids. But any stories will help. Thank you!
Please tag anyone who could tell their story"






Here's another leaked email address to the "Jewels"




Ambassadors give up their Diamonds:

"I know what goes on in between ambassadors I also know alot of ambassadors who are pretty high and pulling in the cash who dont even take plexus." anonymous


This is Laurie Sullivan, she was my American "sponsor", that put me on her Plexus Worldwide Ambassador team with another Canadian, Heather Hill. Laurie was also a Mary Kay lipstick pusher.
I contacted Laurie originally back in 2011 as her profile on a social media site linked to one of the companies that I was involved in. This is what she told me about Plexus:


We had many conversations about this lemonade tasting drink, lol,
In late November 2011 Laurie described herself as:

  "I am getting pretty high up the ladder in Plexus.."



She worked me. She "friended me" on facebook, she gave me free products to try, and  I was like almost everyone that joins any type of mlm based company.

She emailed me a few times and we spoke on the phone several times.

I sent her an email asking about my main concern:

"One question, once these people reach their weight loss goal, do they still use the product?

My concern would be that they drop off the radar once they are skinny.
Yes, there will always be people that want to shed a pound or two to market to, but what is the retention rate of current Plexus users?

I know that with some companies, customers stay on board for the benefit of the product that will still be consumed even when they have reached their desired health goal whether that pertains to their weight or not.""

Her reply:

""Carrie -

Hope you accept my friend request....is easier to chat live about things, or could call you.

If you want a sample it will take about 6 weeks for the FREE on to get there, they have such a huge request for those.  I can send you one or I have my 3 days on sale for $6 if you want to see what it can do for you.  The FREE one will just let you see what it tastes like. I lost 5 pounds in 3 days.

The thing with Plexus is it is More than weight loss...so you market to diabetics, people with high blood pressure, that have fibromyalgia, high cholesterol, that have arthritis, the testimonies keep pouring in.  The first thing I hear is people just plain feel better after they drink the Plexus....they sleep better, through the night without getting up to go to the bathroom, sleep soundly.  I had insomnia before I started taking it...now I sleep through the night, go right to sleep and don't hear a thing!!! People will drink it for that alone.  The diabetics that use it have been able to get off of or reduce their insulin (that is what it was originally was developed for) so they will always take it.  Once you reach your weight loss goal people will take it for the health benefits....for maintainance.

Then we have the other products that go along with it and we are getting ready to introduce some new products. .........""

I thought I connected with this stranger as her words matched my outlook on life all those years ago.

 "..and I do not keep all my eggs in one basket...I am a very busy lady. Have lots of irons in many fires!


I guess we all have a story, we all have been "a woman scammed" and we all have a Laurie Sullivan or a Sonya Dudley person that for whatever reasons brought us together, so we could end up here today. Learning about the deception in mlm companies, and all the other not so joyous tactics that are played on others,

This is Laurie Sullivan's photo dated May 2011 that she used many times to market Plexus products.

This photo with Laurie Sullivan screams false and misleading representation.  

The image on the left (red jacket) was taken in 2011. 

The image on the right was taken in 2007.

How do I know this after seeing her advertising this way after all these years? Well, I did what I tell everyone else to do...
to do my homework. I have those photos saved and will put them up



I wish I did my homework and due diligence before I got on board with this company and the people that represent it. Lesson still learning! Oh my.









I googled #oneplexus to do some research and found this picture of my past plexus pink ambassador, and I instantly thought to myself 

                                                     "Oh my god! Does she ever look fat!" 

I thought maybe it was just the angle of that pose in her selfie, so I doubled checked with more recent pictures and found another same day. I have to look as I don't want to publish anything without double checking, right?





Laurie Sullivan shame on you for misleading people all those years~!



Want to know more about how diamonds, uplines and corporarte treat people? Visit:



 Learn about the lies, deception and down right dirty handed corporate tactics that one woman faced.

Did you think you were the only one?




Warning:

Diamonds talk trash:


From: Alicen Ford (aford2559@gmail.com)
Sent:April-04-15 1:09:50 PM
To:xxxx (xxxx@hotmail.com)
You are psycho & I will pray for you!
Don't ever email me again!
Alicen

 I was sharing a link in a group email and it reached this Plexus Diamond. Guess she did not like it. 


Just the same, this is what else is being said about her:

 "Roland Breaux is the hubby of that Alicien Breaux that is the youngest diamond and she is TROUBLE."














Here's a great one that was shared with me back in March 2012: 

Gina C. Foret
AND ONE U DONT WANT TO  GIVE TO MUCHINFO TO IS  ANGIE LEBLANC ,,,,,  S HE HAS   CHANGED AND  BACK S TABBIN

That's how it was written. 


What do these people and others have at stake if they told you the truth:



Figures aren't completely accurate, but you get the idea

85 comments:

  1. I KNEW IT! So glad to see this was not a figment of my imagination!

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  2. FUCK PLEXUS! I WISH I COULD SUE THEM FOR DAMAGES!

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  3. Now I know why my diamond upline got her panties in such a wad over my "INTEGRITY" post - makes total sense for someone who wants to "appear" that way but isn't.

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  4. I got terminated for "ratting" out the company and telling my team the truth. I was NEVER told any instance of one thing I did wrong and I was a Plexus Sr. Ruby with over 200 in my downline. Hmmm....they never paid me my $4,522 last check either. It was all done by my upline diamond that I found out used two ten thousand dollars worth of prepaid cards to "buy" her way to sapphire and diamond but that was OK? One diamond that I know personally does not even take the products. Have you all seen how much weight they have all gained on Super Saturday and I know many on Weight Watchers and they are even taking other new weight loss plans on the sly. Really? It is a joke and a scam. Good luck to all of you planning your future with them. One day you will see YOU will get fired for something you did not do and think...this is not fair...but no one will listen to you. We will all be laughing.

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    1. Did you ask them for your money? If not, you should, They are a pyramid scheme on the way out

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    2. Plexus isn't sales based as a comp plan. lol you can't BUY your way to any rank. LOL These stories are insanely wrong and cracking me up!

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  5. I would enjoy seeing some research done on the top Ambassador in Texas. This lady has gone psycho as Plexus' top rep. I have witnessed her tirades against anyone who isn't on the bandwagon. She also seems to be in love with money on a grand scale. Here are some samples:

    "I am the top ambassador in the entire company and I come from a background of VERY successful traditional businesses....I look like a million bucks (Yep...I'm confident too), I feel great (so I'm a better wife and mom), and I make high 6 figures a month. No...that is not a typo...6 figures a month...So unless you are feeling fit and fabulous and you are insanely rich..." - this was in response to some negative feedback about Plexus. Keep in mind that this lady is constantly braying about her supposed "Christianity" while parading around like this.

    "I cry the 15th of every single month...its just my routine. 21 months into this business and my check has grown....every. single. month. I mean...I truly wish I could shake everyone I love and MAKE them join me on this journey! "

    These are the tame ones. This lady has not only attacked adults over Plexus, she has even gone so far as to bash young children and teachers from the school her kids attend. Truly frightening how she behaves. At times, it seems she is like a cult leader amongst all of her downlines.

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  6. This proves the point I tried to make last March 2014! No results, people GAINING weight, product being returned... WOW. See why they worked so hard to "cover up"?? THEY KNEW IT THEN! DECEPTION AT ITS FINEST. And somebody wants to get hacked off because I RE-POSTED THEIR "INTEGRITY" post? Of course they did, they have none! Enough of the lies, threats and cover ups!

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  7. I have had a diamond use very foul language to me when she wasn't getting her way. I had never met her. But, just by her speech and quick temper alone, I would stay away from ALL of Plexus if she is what a diamond represents. All I see on her page is it five o'clock somewhere and where's a bottle of wine...she has small children too. Wow...real class there!

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  8. Very interesting about the Foeller's! WOW! Plexus picks their peaches who are exempt from any rules. The rest of us go out with the trash, just like they all will one day. They're goin down... I got inside info!

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  9. plexus helped me lose 40 pounds in 4 months
    i feel amazing

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    1. 40 pounds in 4 months? Do you think that's safe? A safe weight loss rate is 1-2 pounds per week. Your average is 5 pounds per week. Anonymous, what products did you take and did you diet, exercise, drink more water or make any other change in your lifestyle to accomplish this 40 pound weight loss to feel amazing?

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    2. Not disagreeing with whats here on the site but just to point out the math above. 4 months is 120-122 days. Divide that by 7 days and you get 17 -17.4weeks. 17-17.4 weeks *1-2 lbs = 17 to 34.85 lbs.
      17*2.4 lbs= 40.8 lbs
      17.4*2.3 lbs = 40 lbs.

      Seems like the reported weight loss was pretty close to your 1-2 lbs range

      Just saying. I've never used plexus but I'm researching it and find this site interesting.

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      Regardless of the math, and thank you for correction. I highly doubt that we can use Anonymous as a good example for a weekly weight loss rate for these Plexus products. There are too many variables, as stated previously, to say for certain if it was the products, or if it was a lifestyle change etc.. Seems as though Anonymous doesn't want to partake in a discussion, and just wants to post and run, and hope people believe in what they have posted.

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  10. I almost joined this company! OMG! Do they photoshop all those pictures? There seems to be a big difference between 2011 and now!

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  11. Not disagreeing with whats here on the site but just to point out the math above. 4 months is 120-122 days. Divide that by 7 days and you get 17 -17.4weeks. 17-17.4 weeks *1-2 lbs = 17 to 34.85 lbs.
    17*2.4 lbs= 40.8 lbs
    17.4*2.3 lbs = 40 lbs.

    Seems like the reported weight loss was pretty close to your 1-2 lbs range

    Just saying. I've never used plexus but I'm researching it and find this site interesting.

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  12. the pink drink scamJune 29, 2015 at 3:39 PM

    It seems as though Anonymous has no problem with being anonymous, but will complain about it.
    The pages on this blog are full of people that have shared their experiences that the company works hard to hide.
    You have complained, but you haven't shared your experience.
    In case you didn't notice, I have a tracker on this site... and let's just say you did not get here by accident, nor by stumbling across it.
    Why did you delete your comment?

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  13. Those diamonds should be shaking their booties.... they PAID for them! Yep, butt implants! And the fake goes on.... LOL

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  14. The top "double diamond" ambassador has had more work done on herself than restored '57 Chevy. Fake eyelashes, fake hair extensions, botox, collagen. Truly something to marvel at, yet she looks hideous.

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    1. Your point? If that's what she chooses to spend her money on that's her choice and really don't see how it's relevant.

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  15. I have had a wonderful experience with Plexus. I am very very thankful my dear friend... and MD... shared with me :-)

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  16. I have had a wonderful experience with Plexus. I am very very thankful my dear friend... and MD... shared with me :-)

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  17. I have been using Plexus products for 8 months now. I have dropped 30 pounds and over 36 inches from my body. I have had no negative side effects from any of the products that I use. The products are not magic potions and are dietary supplements. Dietary supplements which are not designed to prevent, treat or cure any disease. All I can tell you is my own experience. Since I have started with Plexus my appetite is under control, I am no longer taking sinus medication, pain medication, drinking to excess, drinking coffee or craving sugars and carbs. My sleep has improved, my mood has improved and my digestive issues are gone. I am truly sorry you had a bad experience with Plexus but these products have been such a blessing to me and my family. With their pediatricians approval my children take the probiotic and the childrens multivitamin. My daughters skin issues she has been plagued with since she was born are gone, they do not get sick as frequently as they did before either. My cardiologist has approved all the products I use and has even asked for information for himself. I hope that your hateful vitriol doesn't stop others from experiencing all the blessings we have received from Plexus. Oh and by the way, the 4 core values are still in place. Have a blessed day.

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    1. You sound like you one messed up person.. Moody, digestive issues, appetite problem (over or under eating), sinus, pain, alcoholic, coffee addict, sugar craving, carb lover, with a heart condition and not much sleep. You got the "bless you's" in there and the shtick about children too. Kudo's. You see this blog as a "hateful vitriol" then on can only assume that you are regurgitating garbage and have not taken the time or effort to see what this blog is about. The company has ignorant people that will continue to make stupid comments like these, that will make the necessary fraudulent claims for them, so that they can carry on fooling more stupid people and taking your money for products that are entirely worthless by most professional standards, so they can pocket your hard earned cash, play around with their books and continue to have criminals on stage con you.

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    2. Hi Carrie...amazing to me how these sheep (I mean people) blindly follow the criminals and continue to be a pawn in the Plexus Scam. I will say that these products work...my ex wife dropped 210 pounds! I left. She is a high ranking, second from the top ambassador and sadly I watched her change from a loving wife and caring mother to focusing solely on Plexus. Out of 12 or so people in her neighborhood who became ambassadors the only one who had success used phen phen (sp) to drop the weight. It is her and two others who constantly spew lies about Plexus. The others stopped taking the product. Yet she shamelessly lied to her family, friends and anyone else who would believe her losing weight was due to her taking plexus. Towards the end she stated that Plexus Slim was about health...trust me, there is nothing healthy about Plexus Slim....plenty of testimonials from people who tried the product to no avail. The end is near...one thing I know, people will not pay $120 plus/month for something to 'improve' their health.

      Keep up the good work and spreading the truth!

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    3. I will add I find it amusing that the only time my ex wife was interested in going to church (small town Alabama) was when she could fill a room with people to preach about Plexus.

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  18. You really have a personal vandetta against these people don't you? I have been using plexus for 3 months, lost 20 pounds, and I feel great.

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    1. Hi Jason Ross, If you consider a 'vandetta' sharing the truth, then we may be on the same page.

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    2. Hi Carrie! You should totally charge people to listen to YOU share "the truth" and then someone else can start a blog about how YOU are a cult leader against Plexus and MLMs ... what goes around, comes around, baby! ;-) I am finding your anger fascinating! Interestingly enough, what you present as "internet proof" against the claims of Plexus also has contradictory information on the very same internet! Thanks to the freedom of speech, anyone can say anything, anywhere, anytime ... and especially on the internet. To prove my point, you have no idea right now if I'm a Plexus researcher, user, former user, seller, lover, hater, competitor ... or if I was just surfing on the internet and found your site and have been entertaining myself with the insanity of these tirades, acting like they've got the corner on the truth market, with absolutely no real proof. Anyway, thanks for the laughs!

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    3. Dear Anonymous.. Regardless of how you and your California IP found this, thanks for the comment. I find it amusing that you need to hide.

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    4. You're welcome!
      BAhahahaha! See what I mean? You think you know everything because you're "on a computer!" I'm nowhere near California, (nor Miami, for that matter, don't let the IP address fool you)! I don't need to hide ... I just felt like behaving a little like some of the peeps on this site, hahahahah! And the verdict is in ... this site is a huge waste of time & energy. I'm going back to my real and fun and encouraging life. So glad I was able to amuse you even for one second. ;-)

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    5. Poor Anonymous is intoxicated with pink koolaid.

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  19. Hello, I happened across this post while reading about Plexus. While I am still very skeptical of the long term health benefits of Plexus, and do not use it personally, I do know Sonya Dudley. She is a lovely lady. I have known her for 20 plus years and cannot say one hateful thing about her. I did buy Mary Kay from her as well as clean her house for several years. She has always been very kind as well as great at everything she does.

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  20. I've been researching Plexus for 2 years. I began the products mid Nov 2015... I lost 3 lbs the first week. it stayed off for 3 weeks, last two weeks I've put 1 lb back on each week. I have lost 1 inch in chest, 1 1/2 inches in waist and 1 inch in hips. However the weight aside I am feeling much better since taking Plexus Triplex. I am not exhausted all the time, my energy is up and I am not struggling with depression as much as I used to. I am hoping that I will lose the weight, and I am also hoping that I will continue to have the other health benefits that I have since beginning Plexus. I am not sure about all the scams you speak of here but I would say this... not every "health" product works for everyone... not every exercise program works for everyone, not every diet works for everyone... I have been blessed to have a change in my health. I hope (and pray) that it continues on, but I know that not everyone can be helped and some people will react negatively or develop worse health issues due to taking Plexus. But my personal story is it's helped me. please don't bash me because I have been helped. I am a 28 year old wife and mother, and I am just thankful that I am feeling energy and healthier, my depression came from a horrible upbringing, so don't judge me for struggling with postpartum depression... those who abused me and cause such horrible wounds are out of my life thanks to my loving husband who stood up for me and wouldn't let them trample me anymore. Plexus has helped me... I am thankful and grateful. I am aware that all companies have issues and serious problems they have to work out but please let those of us who it has helped also be heard. Thank you.

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    1. The Pink Drink ScamFebruary 18, 2016 at 1:35 PM

      Checking in to see if you still feel the same.

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  21. The Plexus Ambassadors don't care about weight loss, health, etc. Their sole purpose is to make money regardless of damages it causes their relationships, friends, etc.

    Plexus is cult like, I have witnessed first hand the unscrupulous methods 'Ambassadors' use to make money.

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  22. What? This can't be! An ambassador asked for someone to turn on auto-ship for the sole purpose of reaching another level in the pyramid? I am shocked!

    Complaint: "Beginning around September 2015 I had turned auto ship off on my Plexus account due to being pregnant. Suddenly on November 28, 2015 there was a charge on my Amex account from Plexus for 118.35. Somehow they charged me and shipped off an order to my old address while my auto ship was off, which to this day I have yet to see the product that was shipped, even though I had a forwarding address in place. I also find it odd that earlier that day my upline had asked me to turn on my auto ship so they go "gold", in which I didn't turn it on because I really didn't have the time nor the desire to do so. I am not sure what kind of business tactics this is, but to turn on someone's auto shipping and charge them for undesired product is not good business ethics at all. I have tried several times to make phone calls only to be put on hold forever. On November 30, 2015 I put in ticket #************* on the Plexus site, there has never been a response yet. At this time since I cannot get a response from Plexus this is my next step."

    Comment courtesy of the BBB.

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  23. Lie #9. MLM is the best option for owning your own business and attaining real economic independence.

    Truth: MLM is not true self-employment. 'Owning' an MLM distributorship is an illusion. Some MLM companies forbid distributors from carrying additional lines. Most MLM contracts make termination of the distributorship easy and immediate for the company. Short of termination, downlines can be taken away with a variety of means. Participation requires rigid adherence to the 'duplication' model, not independence and individuality. MLM distributors are not entrepreneurs but joiners in a complex hierarchical system over which they have little control.

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  24. I also feel like there is another level or side to the friendships of mlm people, basically you can’t be friends with them if you aren’t in the business. I’m experiencing this right now with some friends as everything they do (openly admitted) is about the business. honestly I feel kinda sad for people like this that cut themselves off from the same world they that have convinced themselves they “helping”

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  25. Cult like? You betcha...

    The group is focused on a living leader to whom members seem to display excessively zealous, unquestioning commitment. In MLM, sometimes it's a leader, sometimes it's the company itself. More often it's a charismatic individual, whether that's the company founder or an upline.

    The group is preoccupied with bringing in new members. In MLM, the answer is YES! YES! YES!

    The group is preoccupied with making money. In MLM, the answer is YES! YES! YES!

    Questioning, doubt, and dissent are discouraged or even punished. In MLM, the answer is YES! YES! YES!

    Mind-numbing techniques (such as meditation, chanting, speaking in tongues, denunciation sessions, debilitating work routines) are used to suppress doubts about the group and its leader(s). Ever been to an MLM "motivational seminar"? It's not so much "mind numbing" as it is "mind distracting". Good feelings are whipped up and lifelong dreams stimulated and then linked to the "business opportunity", as if the latter could materialise the former. Logical flows of cause and effect based on rigorous research are replaced with highly emotional but intellectually flawed mental linkages to keep the MLM recruit hooked.

    The leadership dictates sometimes in great detail how members should think, act, and feel (for example: members must get permission from leaders to date, change jobs, get married; leaders may prescribe what types of clothes to wear, where to live, how to discipline children, and so forth). For MLMers, the dictates are that "thou shalt market thy product every waking moment when one is not listening to one of thy company tapes or contacting thy friends and family to recruit them into the cause. Should thy fail to do this, thou art the gravest of sinners."

    The group is elitist, claiming a special, exalted status for itself, its leader(s), and members (for example: the leader is considered the Messiah or an avatar; the group and/or the leader has a special mission to save humanity). MLMers "save humanity" with their product or their business opportunity. The "bad guys" are corporate America and their foisting of JOBs (Just Over Broke) onto the American "sheep". Never mind that it's much easier to manage life on a steady JOB income than on a nonexistent or even negative MLM income.

    The group has a polarized us- versus-them mentality, which causes conflict with the wider society. See above comments on MLMs vs JOBs in corporate America.

    The group's leader is not accountable to any authorities (as are, for example, military commanders and ministers, priests, monks, and rabbis of mainstream denominations). MLMers dislike well-educated critical thinkers who can see through their smoke and mirrors, and FTC regulators who expect MLM companies to substantiate their outrageous claims.

    The group teaches or implies that its supposedly exalted ends justify means that members would have considered unethical before joining the group (for example: collecting money for bogus charities). Unethical MLM practices include (1) outrageous income claims not achievable by "just anyone" despite their arguments to the contrary, (2) telling people to "fake it till you make it" (heard this one from a Nu Skin Blue Diamond distributor tape), (3) encouraging retail customers to use excessive amounts of product to boost resales (heard this one from another Nu Skin distributor tape).

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  26. The leadership induces guilt feelings in members in order to control them. Example: "What? You didn't make any phone calls today for your business? How are you ever going to get that new Mercedes (or big house, or quitting your job, or whatever other 'hot button' you might have)."

    Members' subservience to the group causes them to cut ties with family and friends, and to give up personal goals and activities that were of interest before joining the group. Listen to some Amway tapes and learn how people have lost valuable relationships with families and friends because Amway became their all-consuming passion. Very sad. It's as if the MLM company "overwrites" the recruit's personality with its own scripting regardless of the damage such scripting may cause.

    Members are expected to devote inordinate amounts of time to the group. Spend every waking moment "working the business" regardless of whether it ever makes you any money.

    Members are encouraged or required to live and/or socialize only with other group members. "You must surround yourself with positive people! Negative people say, 'Be realistic'! Positive people ask, 'What is possible?' Most people die from the neck up by the time they're adults! Stay away from them! They're dream stealers!"

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    2. How very sad. One day when it crumbles around her feet and she realizes she was simply a pawn in a scam, she will realize what she gave up / lost.

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  28. I am confused? Plexus helped me. I started taking it because a friend mention she is off her stomach meds. I did research and found the ingredients to be top notch. Not only did it help with my stomach ( I'm allergic to wheat, yeast, garlic, etc.) but it normalized my blood pressure. With stomach, I was on every prescription known. Went to a dozen doctors to be told that they don't know how to help me. So I popped gas-x and Mylanta like candy. I was about 150/ 110 so my doctor put me on Blood Pressure meds. With taking the highest dose I was still floating with 130/90 bp. This was in 2014. In February 2015 started with Plexus. I check my pressure regularly and in May I stopped taking the doctor pill daily. Cut back to every 3 or so days. Went to the Dr. and was told that I must take it everyday. The kick was it was now 120/80. Fast forward to July, I went back to the Dr. and I stopped taking the Dr.'s pills in June completely. My BP was 110/70 taking only Plexus! I asked my Dr. if she still feels like I should be on the drug that kept my BP high or should I stay with Plexus? She said Plexus, because clearly...it works for internal health.

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    1. The Pink Drink ScamFebruary 18, 2016 at 1:28 PM

      Hi Unknown, I`m confused as well. Did you take Plexus... or did you take a product sold by Plexus. There is nothing top notch about either. Diuretics.

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    2. Should we believe your testimonial, assuming you are somehow affiliated with Plexus Slim, or the hundreds who have had no health benefits or dealt with bad reactions?

      I'd love to hear about your research and specifically what ingredient(s) and why it/they helped lower your blood pressure? Also, what ingredient(s) helped with your stomach? Most important, what specifically did they do and how they interacted with your body?

      I take a probiotic for my IBS and it has worked wonders. I know many people, friends who have taken the products and had no benefits...it is all so confusing!

      Would love to hear more about your success!!

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  29. Jennifer Beaman • 9 months ago
    I took the Bio-Cleanse after a family friend swore to me that it could alleviate and in some cases "cure" fibromyalgia, diabetes, chronic pain, IBS, .... So I tried it. I was trusting someone so invested with the company that she was bringing home thousand dollar paychecks! She had to know what she was talking about, right? Well after three weeks of complete misery (I was miserable the first week but gave it more time because my Ambassador friend swore that I probably was not taking it correctly and that maybe I should take the Slim with it and the Pro-Bio 5 too. So I did). MISERY. I was already suffering from abdominal cramps and this made it ten times worse. Plus it made me feel like I was going to pass out on occasion, made me have liquid diarrhea, and sometimes I was not even sure I would make it the restroom in time. Steer clear of this junk. My friend is making a lot of money doing this pyramid scheme type of selling and did not have one care that it made me feel terrible. She just told me that unfortunately it does not work for a small percentage of people. This product is not curing or alleviating one single thing on its own. People are losing weight because they are restricting their diet and moving their body. People may see positive changes in cholesterol or blood pressure or even diabetes because of the same reason. Because they are eating healthier and exercising. It is NOT because of anything Plexus and their products are doing.

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  30. Interesting fact:

    Plexus Slim has a BBB rating of C+ with 449 complaints.

    Veema has a BBB rating of F with just 43 complaints.

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  31. Update:

    Rating downgraded to C with 461 complaints

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  32. Update:

    484 Complaints

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  33. Update:

    505 Complaints*

    *Testimonials

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  34. Have to post anonymous since I'm still technically affiliated with the company. The newest email that was sent to SOME of the ambassadors says we can't offer incentives to new customers via social media anymore effective immediately. This violates their own Policies and Procedures because 1) We are supposed to be in charge of how we manage the money on our business, and 2) Policy changes are supposed to have a 30 day period before they are effective. What do the diamonds have to say? PM your deals to people! Yay! Let's violate the SPAM laws! Not to mention that Compliance supposedly is re-evaluating it's process and not granting any approvals, yet I've seen "new" approved items for sale recently. After the recent policy change, I did some research on the financials of the company, which aren't what people advertise. The net profit of the company has only increased about $5M in the last 7 years. Yet somehow they are adding ambassadors and promoting people to higher ranks at lightning speed! They are financially capping off to their sustainable amount of jewels. They will continue to make it more difficult for people to move up the ladder as time goes on in order to not go into debt. More jewels = bye bye profit margin! Thankfully I haven't been in the company long, but I can see where things are headed just by knowledge of basic economics. I think it's very close to run for the hills time!

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    1. Hi Technically Affiliated! Running for the hills is what everyone is doing. It's a slow process and not done publicly.
      A Betr Market awaits .. but run from that too!

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  36. To whomever the owner is of this Blog you Sir need Accelerator+ as you could bennefit from 5-HTP...

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  37. An update on Plexus~~~~ as wonderful as the products are that this company promotes, noone but God himself can rid your life of liars and Internet trolls and trouble makers. Believe what you want, but the people I know wouldn't sell a product, or give it to their children, if it was harmful. Of course if you mix anything with crack or alcohol you will get adverse effects. Pathetic blog!!!

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  38. HA HA HA It's amusing how "big and brave" people can be when "anonymous", when in reality they are pathetic insecure pink koolaid drinking cowards. That is not at all BEAUTIFIQUE. How sad....

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  39. Can you please site the source of this statement? "Plexus products have been found to have 3x's the allowable level of lead"

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    2. Ambassadors use those testimonials? Uhhhh, probably not till someone rinses the pink off of them. Took me six months to get an answer.... and then in came in the form of a termination notice. They are a poor excuse for a company.

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  41. You lost all credibility with me right out of the gate with "pedal stool". Seriously?

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  42. my name Lysend Sahr , i am serre leon and i reside in a routine village, i am in possesion of some diamonds which i go from from an ecavated area in my village, i have them in bulk and i would like to inform the general public about this.. contact me on lysendsahr@gmail.com i want to sell these diamonds for the upkeep of some uneducated citizens in my region

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  43. Well

    "Ambassadors use those testimonials? Uhhhh, probably not till someone rinses the pink off of them. Took me six months to get an answer.... and then in came in the form of a termination notice. They are a poor excuse for a company."

    This explains why you're so bitter. No wonder you started this blog.

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  44. Hello Unknown (aka: coward). This is not my blog. Your're welcome.

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  45. Hilarious. Not at all true! Is it the fact that Plexus has amazing products that upsets you to write so many lies, or is it that they do not require an ambassador to carry an inventory or buy products? Is it just too easy to share amazing products, that work, that you feel the need to make up such hate filled lies!?

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  46. These are facts in black and white. You can even read more glowing reviews at http://doesplexuswork.blogspot.com. The entire company is a joke. Stop drinking the koolaid and you'll understand.

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    1. I won't stop using the products because I finally have my life back. Hoe much personal experience have you had other than what you've misinterpreted and taken out of context. I had given up and thought I was destined for surgery after surgery to try to alleviate my pain. Plexus is the only thing that worked. And just 2 weeks after starting it my doctor cancelled my next surgery. My doctors love Plexus. Say what you want since obviously you do not want anyone using the products. Obviously you support a competing company. but Don't tell me to go back to how I was before, because I wont.

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  47. Most lost credibility with their pictures. One 4 ft further away in the after picture. Called a friend out on hers and found she didn't like being caught and no longer talks to me. Her loss. Our company is soon to launch our own weight loss products and fear the team will do the same stupid stories and pictures. Peoples health is so much more important than money.

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    1. Our ambassadors are also encouraged not to fib in any way. Our products are more health based though than weight loss specific.

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  48. I never asked you to stop them, and if they work for you I can respect that. But I ask for the same respect for the fact they did NOT work for ME. It is the most unethical company I have ever been associated with. And no, I am not with any other competing company. You have your story, I have mine. I'll leave it at that. http://pinkdrinkscamalert.blogspot.com/p/mlm-deception-hype-hope-hurt-destruction.html

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  49. Interesting.

    https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2016/07/herbalife-will-restructure-its-multi-level-marketing-operations

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  50. Can you please site the source regarding lead being in SLIM? Thank you.

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  51. Yeah, all of this written as supposed truth, yet there is no source sited for 99% of it. Lead? Proof please.

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  52. When will you ever post your source for all these false claims you make? Oh wait, after we take your "quiz" you try and sell your products. ha! Lead in plexus? Source please?

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  53. Yeah, kinda like the Plexus clinical trials huh? LOL Only difference is, there are court documents citing the lead problem. If you're half as smart as you believe you are you should have found the source yourself. However, I'll leave it here for you: https://pinkdrinkscamalert.blogspot.com/2016/03/what-is-plexus-worldwide-hiding-from.html
    and
    http://oag.ca.gov/system/files/prop65/notices/2015-00849.pdf

    Happy now?

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  55. This is a really sad blog. I mean who really has time and what problems do you have that you have to put others down so much to raise yourself up? Seriously?! Come on!

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  56. Dear Unknown,
    Are you afraid to state who you are? That screams "coward". Nonetheless, this blog, and many others, are simply a way to create awareness about the truth Plexus works so hard to hide.

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  57. Excerpt from:

    http://themlmsyndrome.blogspot.com/

    Does NPD exist in MLM??? Yes, and they take it a step further by conditioning MLMers to develop their own versions of NPD. They teach MLMers to not be sympathetic to the plight of their fellow human beings, and take it a step further by simply suggesting they deserve the problems they have because they are not involved in MLM. Upline condition downline by showing them lives of grandiosity with their large houses, cars, and trips. These material achievements become the only goal as they edify themselves for downline and teach them this particular value system. MLMers teach downline that this is attainable, but are not sympathetic to downlines struggles along the way. They trick downline into believing they are helping others, but they are really helping themselves and have no regard for the losses downline encounters when they continue to put money into a "business opportunity" they can't afford. They tell downline they must continue to purchase training materials, autoships, and seminars with no regard to the other factors of the downlines lives. This in turn spirals as MLMers toward the bottom also have no sympathy for the downline underneath them that are also struggling.

    NPD is a naturally occurring condition, but MLM has found a way to embrace it and change other people. They manipulate downline into thinking this is a "winning mindset", when in actuality it is a set of blinders they are putting on blocking out reality. The upline crowns and diamonds are all perfect candidates for NPD, because they have successfully made millions for themselves from the losses of others and are not remorseful.

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