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Published on December 18th, 2017

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Primerica Income Claims Database

Between June and November 2017, TINA.org investigated every company on the November 29, 2017 Direct Selling Association (DSA) 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 opportunity. Here is a sampling of TINA.org’s findings for this company. Read more about TINA.org’s investigation of misleading income claims here. This company was notified of TINA.org’s findings.

TINA.org audited these findings during September 2018. Any URLs or inappropriate income claims that had been taken down as of that time are shown below in gray.

PrimericaWebsite1Freedom
PrimericaWebsite2Opportunity
PrimericaWebsite3Dreams
PrimericaWebsite4PartTime
PrimericaWebsite5Change
PrimericaWebsite6Daniel (video, description)
PrimericaWebsite7Ivan
PrimericaWebsite8Frank
PrimericaWebsite9Francis
PrimericaWebsite10Sebastien
PrimericaYoutube1Freedom
PrimericaYoutubeFreedom2 (video, description)
PrimericaFacebook1
PrimericaFacebook2
PrimericaFacebook3
PrimericaFacebook4
PrimericaFacebook5
PrimericaFacebook6
PrimericaFacebook7
PrimericaFacebook8
PrimericaFacebook9
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The Direct Selling Association (DSA) is a national trade association for direct selling companies that primarily use multi-level marketing compensation plans.

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One Response to Primerica Income Claims Database

  1. Maria L. says:

    People: Use common sense please.
    Primerica loves to say that all Businesses are Pyramids and they all recruit. True, but they recruit only the people they need. On the contrary, in Primerica they have 126,000 agents (4q2017) and they sold 78,000 policies in a quarter! Meaning many agents sold none! You don’t need more “recruiting” you need more selling. But since they are obviously a MLM, their focus is on “recruiting” which is not a sustainable business. How they attract people to be recruited? by posting these false claims of richness as found by truthinadversing.org.

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