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So I signed up for melaleuca the products were GREAT but WAY OVERRATED. No one wanted to sign under me because they were too expensive and you had to have a checking account. I soon found out WHY no one to sign under me with a checking account. my husband had gotten...
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Anonymous
#956679

I love Melaleuca and the products are amazing! You failed to cancel before the end of the month.

Your inability to follow through is not the companies fault. People are allways so quike to blam others for their own inadequate ability to handle their own business.

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#408212 Review #408212 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Melaleuca Membership
Loss
$500
Just read someone's complaint which is similar to mine. I also became a member through a friend and love the products, although they are quite overpriced and with shipping and taxes, it really adds up! You'll spend at least $80/mo. in order to keep your "preferred"...
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Anonymous
#698389

While I enjoy the product, there is too much requirement and feel that the 35 required points are what really constitutes the commission otherwise why the points. Why not just let us purchase.

When I first signed up the individuals threw out a number of 50.00/60 dollars that would make up 35 points. But once I began ordering and taking so much time in trying to total points without it breaking my bank, it still totaled up to about 70.00 dollars. Once you qualify for the loyalty products then the very points you had, are deducted which means you have to buy something else to total up 35 points again.

Again, I really like the product but I do not care for the way the system is set up...35 points, loyalty point deducted which now causes the shipping and handling to add up.

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#403675 Review #403675 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Melaleuca Shipping Service
Loss
$80
Ordered Melaleuca through a friend, typical mulit-level "legalized" pyramid scheme, where "friends" and relatives talk you into buying a product at an absurdly high price, talk you into giving access to your checking/debt account and they have you sign a contract that...
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Anonymous
#680879

Melaleuca is a lie, do not believe it please.Do not let deceive. :sigh

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#394208 Review #394208 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$600
Tags
  • Sociology
  • Old age
I signed up being told it wasnt a pyramid scheme only to find out it is. I called days before my back up order ( what they call when you dont order and they send you instead ), I said I had no money in my acct and lost job and I couldnt place an order. They said they...
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Anonymous
#1135309

It amazes me how people enroll in something and stand back and wait for the money. Obviously 2 things took place: The presenter did not spell out the commitment for fear of rejection, and the person did not take any additional effort to learn what they had their hands on.

This is a truly amazing opportunity that few can even wrap their head around, let alone get to work.

ps.

If it crashed your checking acct for 60 bucks, you really need this ***. Go get a job.

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#390231 Review #390231 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$100
They tell me I must download a form and fill it out and mail it in, I have been trying to do this for 45 days but the form will not download. They tell me I must continue to order from them until I get the form and mail it in. I called the Company and asked them to...
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Anonymous
#987517

Refuse to accept the product when it comes. If you can't send it back to them, hold on to it unopened.

Send a registered letter explaining your situation. Be sure to keep a copy of the letter.

Then if and when they send you to a collection agency, you have proof of what you tried to do, and the product to verify you don't want it. Worked for me.

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#388926 Review #388926 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$150
DS Construction ripoff Dan Sachkowsky doing same in Melaleuca. Not ethical practices also products inferior too expensive go to the drugstore and get what you need - talk to the pharmacist - Vitamins need to be watched for potentcy and reliability. Lots of claims,...
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Anonymous
#1559727

He doesn’t pay his bills and he’s a ***

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#380918 Review #380918 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Product
Melaleuca Vitamins
Loss
$300
I had an accident and I can no longer afford this..the products were good but I have no desire to purchase anything else until I get back to work. Maybe I can start up my account again by the summer time..i really enjoyed the body wash. My sales person was great... Her...
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#379027 Review #379027 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$65
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  • sales person
If anyone has an account with melaleuca be very careful if you cancel because they rip you off , the paper work says cancel one way the internet states cancel another, and after you call them and cancel, they take the monies from your account anyway ship products a...
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Anonymous
#634744

They will not let you cancel over the phone. Before I joined I knew how to cancel.

You have to fax or mail in the form you download and print off from the website.

It also has to be before the 25th of any month. They do not send you anything without you knowing.

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#378213 Review #378213 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$90

Melaleuca in Waynesboro, Virginia - Sei Bella

I love Sei Bella "Timeless" age defying serum. The problem is the container is non- opaque and I cannot tell how much product is left. If the container were opaque then it would be easier to know when to order. I have decided that I can no longer afford to have many containers around and guess which is empty or not. I have decided to go to another product when the final container is empty. Blah, blah,blah, blah, blah. Blad, blah. As you can tell i have nomore to add to my original comments. Beverly Wright Soaringfeather03@aol.com
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Anonymous
#1104794

No mean to be disrespectful, but that was the dumbest complaint I've ever heard.

Anonymous
#870384

Sorry this review you posted is ridiculous and unhelpful. First of all,"opaque" means "not clear" or "not see-through," so I believe you mean to say you wish the Sei Bella container would be made out of a clear container vs.

one that is opaque, so you could see how much product is available. I use the product and have no problem with it. Many products (e.g. shampoo bottles, sunscreen, laundry detergent) are packaged in opaque containers.

For some, it's to protect the product from light, as light will degrade the ingredients faster. I believe this is true for a lot of cosmetics. I just use the product and can tell (a bit) by weight, when it is about to run out. Obviously--when you pump it and nothing comes out (just like a shaving cream container), you need more.

Why not figure out about how fast you use the product and make sure you have a second bottle ready to go?

I like the way the Sei Bella product feels and smells, but haven't noticed it reducing the color of brown spots on my face, so that's my only issue with the product.

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#357531 Review #357531 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Melaleuca is a Republican (donated 1 million dollars to mitt Romney in 2012) money making machine run by mormon housewives. Their products contain aluminum powders and lauryl sulfite (established toxins) just for starters. The materials are glossy slicks of pretty...
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Anonymous
#844949

Although the above post is old..2012, the facts are that Melaleuca DID NOT make a donation to presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Frank Vandersloot, CEO of Melaleuca DID make a donation to Mitt Romneys campaign, as an individual, from his personal account, something that he and anyone else in the U.S.

is permitted to do. Folks, please be aware when reading negative comments about any company. A lot of times, it simply is a case of the customer either misunderstanding how a company's policy works and they won't admit they're in the wrong. Other cases are negative comments coming from "competitors" making up complaints and people who just can't go through life without complaining about something or someone.

Yes, I am a Melaleuca customer and "business builder." I once was involved with an MLM company and believe me, I know the difference and Melaleuca is NOT an MLM. For further proof, check out the BBB website regarding Melaleuca. The company is the recipient of the BBB Award of Excellence. Sure, some people will say they have problems with Melaleuca.

That is to be expected with a multi-billion dollar company that has been around for almost 30 years and there you have the reason why you see a lot of complaints about Melaleuca. ENVY.

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#355668 Review #355668 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$100