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Published on October 13th, 2015 | by Bonnie Patten

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TINA’s List

The vast majority of articles, alerts and actions taken by TINA.org are based on consumer submissions. We can’t investigate every tip we receive as we are a small organization, but the list of MLM companies that consumers have alerted us to continues to grow. Below are MLMs that consumers have recommended to date that we investigate. By our count we’re more than half way through the list.

  1. ACN Inc.
  2. AdvoCare International
  3. Ambit Energy
  4. American Dream Nutrition
  5. Amway
  6. Aroga
  7. ASEA Cellular Health
  8. Ava Anderson
  9. Banners Broker (in liquidation)
  10. Basic Reset
  11. Digital Altitude
  12. doTerra
  13. Dynamaxx International
  14. Empower Network
  15. EPX Body
  16. 4Life
  17. Forever Living
  18. GlobalCommunicationsNetwork (website down)
  19. Global Pro Systems
  20. Herbalife
  21. Home Income Profit System
  22. Hotel Key Kaddy
  23. ID Life LLC
  24. Ignite
  25. iMarketsLive
  26. Isagenix
  27. It Works
  28. Jeunesse
  29. Juice Plus
  30. The Kirby Company
  31. Kyani
  32. Le-vel (Thrive)
  33. LifeLeadership.com
  34. LifeVantage
  35. Loweryourtuition.org
  36. Maëlle
  37. MarketAmerica.com
  38. Melaleuca
  39. MyDailyChoice
  40. Nikken
  41. Nerium International
  42. Novae, LLC
  43. Nu Skin
  44. OneCoin
  45. Organo
  46. OXO Worldwide
  47. Paycation, Inc.
  48. Pay Half Club
  49. Plexus Worldwide
  50. ProfitGlitch
  51. Saivian
  52. Seacret Direct
  53. SeneGence International
  54. Sevenpoint2
  55. Stemtech
  56. Team Beachbody
  57. Total Life Changes
  58. Traffic Authority
  59. Trevo
  60. USANA
  61. Uvioo
  62. Vemma
  63. ViSalus
  64. Youngevity
  65. Young Living
  66. WakeUpNow (folded its U.S. operations)
  67. WealthyAffliate
  68. World Ventures
  69. Xcellent Choice
  70. Zija International
  71. Zukul
  72. Zurvita
  73. ZynTravel

This post was updated most recently on 3/2/17. 

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Bonnie Patten

Bonnie, executive director of TINA.org, is an attorney and mother of three. Her commitment to educating the public about deceptive marketing stems from her belief that education is the only viable way to effectively eradicate the market for false ads.



One Response to TINA’s List

  1. Ken K. says:

    Love your support! TINA MATTERS! #KK

    Ad!
    BBB/Melaleuca response.
    Dear Ken Klocke:
    This message is in regard to your complaint submitted on 1/15/2015 10:03:48 PM against Melaleuca, Inc. Your complaint was assigned ID 10405883.
    After careful review, the BBB has determined that there was no marketplace interaction with this business warranting a complaint that falls within our purview. Therefore, we have closed this complaint as invalid. I would truly like transparency on how many other “credible” BBB-Mela-complaints are broomed under the rug as not credible?
    If you wish to pursue this further, please do not hesitate to contact us.
    Regards,
    Samantha Gillihan
    (Interesting – 16 years in Melaleuca, Inc. W/ no market interaction.) (Absurd) ‪#‎KK‬
    ‪#‎Melaleuca‬ ‪#‎alanpariser‬ ‪#‎Absurd‬ ‪#‎MLM‬ ‪#‎ConsumerProtection‬ ‪#‎DOJ‬ ‪#‎FTC‬ ‪#‎DSA‬

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