So it appears that this is really just another multi-level marketing deal, in other words, a pyramid scheme. Buyer beware! It goes from a heads up about a potential good deal with an offer of free samples to a warning about a potential rip off. My guess is that everyone who ordered the "free sample" is about to be inundated with invitations to attend seminars where you will learn how you too can become a partner or exclusive distributor by simply investing "X" amount and then getting someone else to join under you. These pyramid schemes never work out well. They talk you into joining then try to get you to commit to a higher level, then before you know it you find you can't get anyone to join under you and you are contractually obligated to continue to buy useless and unsellable products. I did it once and was out $500.00 for a year, but a friend stuck with the company for several years, until they went out of business, and by that time he had invested $10,000. Their primary product was vitamins and supplements including those weight loss pills that caused heart attacks. Don't get stuck in a bad deal.
Regards, Alan K.
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