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The DSA Waffles Over AdvoCare

October 10th, 2019

Former MLM holds onto its DSA membership in the aftermath of $150 million pyramid scheme settlement.


DSA Income Claims Responses from Companies

January 9th, 2018

Below are the replies TINA.org has received in response to its DSA income claims investigation and subsequent notification letters, which alerted offending DSA-member companies of TINA.org’s findings. ACN Advocare Amway Arbonne Flavon Forever Living Isagenix Immunotec Jeunesse LifeVantage Limu Morinda New Earth Nu Skin NYR Organic Princess House RBC Life Ruby Ribbon SAS SPURILLA Shaklee Simply Said Stream Sunrider


DSA Companies’ Income Claims Database

December 18th, 2017

Between June and November 2017, TINA.org investigated every company on the November 29, 2017 Direct Selling Association membership list and found that more than 97 percent have made or are making – either directly or through their distributors – false and unsubstantiated income claims to promote the companies’ business opportunities. TINA.org catalogued more than 3,000


Aloe Veritas

October 21st, 2019

MLM becomes the first to have its ad claims referred to the FTC by direct selling self-regulatory program.


Summary of Action

December 7th, 2016

Between March and November 2016, the Direct Selling Association (DSA) listed 62 DSA-member companies selling nutritional supplements.* TINA.org investigated each one of these companies and found that 60 of them (or 97%) have made or are making — either directly or through their distributors — claims that the companies’ products (which include supplements, as well


TINA.org Investigation Reveals MLM Industry Rife with Illegal Health Claims

November 7th, 2016

MADISON, CONN. November 7, 2016 – Calling into question the Direct Selling Association’s commitment to consumer protection, a truthinadvertising.org (TINA.org) investigation has revealed that 97 percent of DSA member companies selling nutritional supplements have distributors deceptively marketing their products with unsubstantiated health claims. Though the industry trade group representing multilevel marketing (MLM) companies states that it


MLM Health Claims Database

October 28th, 2016

Between March and November 2016, the Direct Selling Association (DSA) listed 62 DSA-member companies selling nutritional supplements.* TINA.org investigated each one of these companies and found that 60 of them (or 97%) have made or are making — either directly or through their distributors — claims that the companies’ products (which include supplements, as well



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