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Published on April 17th, 2020

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19 Things Le-Vel and Its Distributors Deceptively Represent Are Attainable with MLM

An income disclosure statement may not hold the secret to success (or failure) in a multilevel marketing company but it does give recruits an idea of what they might expect to earn (or lose) as a distributor.

Texas-based MLM Le-Vel does not publish an income disclosure statement. Exaggerated earnings claims, on the other hand, are not hard to find.

A TINA.org investigation has compiled over 100 instances in which Le-Vel and/or its distributors have made or referenced atypical income claims that lack appropriate legal disclosures. They include the 19 things listed below that the MLM and/or its distributors deceptively represent are attainable with the company, which sells a line of supplements, shakes and patches, known collectively as the Thrive experience.

  1. A million dollars
  2. An 8-figure income
  3. A multimillion-dollar business in 25 months
  4. $800 in your first two weeks
  5. Paying off $50,000+ in debt
  6. Lifestyle getaways
  7. Wi-Fi wealth
  8. Time freedom
  9. Freedom of finances
  10. A Lexus
  11. A Mercedes
  12. “Adult time with hubby”
  13. Going “somewhere on a boat”
  14. Extra cash
  15. A family vacation
  16. Your dream home
  17. Your dream wedding
  18. Something better than a salary
  19. Income that grows while you sleep

According to a recent study, 74 percent of participants in multilevel marketing make no money or lose money.

Le-Vel did not respond to TINA.org’s request for the company’s income disclosure statement. Check back for updates.

Find more of our coverage on Le-Vel here.

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