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Melaleuca review 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.
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$100
I've only been with melaleuca since February and I couldn't be happier with the products. Although I do agree with some complaints about communicating on the facts and obligations... I believe it depends on who does a presentation for you and how well they...
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#354170 Review #354170 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Melaleuca Vitamins
The products may indeed be good, however, I do not have the time or the luxury of spending hours selecting the products. I also don't have the time to evaluate whether or not I'm meeting the minimum number of points you MUST total in order to meet the quota. If...
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Anonymous
#624912

Maybe read your contract that you are signing and you will know what you're getting into. It's your own fault for signing up without reading.

I don't feel bad for you at all. Ya, and the whole Mormon comment is irrelevant.

If we had a Mormon right now as President of the United States we wouldn't be in as bad of debt as we are now. Instead we have to continue working our *** of to pay for idiotic people like you that continue to gouge the Welfare system for things that they shouldn't be allowed to sign up for in the first place.

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#353934 Review #353934 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Melaleuca Membership
Loss
$65
I join and was told that the membership fee would be returned if I changed my mind and as long as it was under 120 days and before the 25th of the month. Also had to return the box with all the membership info. This was all done in under 30 days and still I am...
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Anonymous
#581330

I joined Melaleuca 3 years ago but when I had a drastic decrease in income, I canceled my membership. No problems.

It had cost me about $80 a month. I still had to buy toothpaste, soaps, laundry and cleaning products etc. but I was now forced to buy generic. I could not afford the name brand or safer products.

It is not that their products are expensive. If you compare apples to apples, they are priced comparatively with the popular store brand products only much safer and healthier. As soon as I got back on my feet, I went back to Melaleuca. How much is your health worth!

I had a couple of medical scares and I now take vitamins and products for blood pressure, cholesterol, and pre-diabetes. There is NO comparison between Melaleuca and other vitamins and supplements. Other stores and clubs have 2 for 1 or huge bottles at small prices, but to use the apples to apples again, you are not comparing like products. The solubility makes the big difference.

Are you really saving money if the pills don't dissolve fast enough and you pass through your system and down toilet. That now makes those cheaper supplements, literally, ***!

I love Melaleuca products. I can truly see a big difference in my laundry, dishes, skin, teeth and my overall health.

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#353447 Review #353447 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Melaleuca Membership
Loss
$15
Stay away, I was lied to when signing up for a trial period. Stay away!!!!!!!!! This normal looking person lied and tricked me, then was rude, mean and still more dishonest. Don't even stop to talk to someone selling Melaluca, the people who work for this company...
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Anonymous
#582021

just correcting where im from and am signing up with melaleuca through my friend dave d.

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#351949 Review #351949 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Melalueca is not worth doing business with. In the beginning they make it sound like a no risk offer if you want to become a customer or representative. But once you change your mind, they still try to get money out of you. I changed my mind, cancelled my account...
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Anonymous
#1296163

You're not required to buy the $297 or $197 offers. It's $29 to join as a preferred customer and they pay you to watch a video.

It sounds to me like the person who was enrolling you didn't tell you that.

Melaleuca is a good direct to consumer shopping club. LONG time ago in the 90s they had the MLM business model but they changed that to the ecommerce model some time ago.

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#351557 Review #351557 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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they have a very bad way of cancel account u can only cancel via mail or fax by the 25th of the month i only had a month and try to cancel before the 25th they said they didnt get it in time so they charge my bank account i had to cancel my bank account reopen a new...
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Anonymous
#569795

Dear Ann..you can or can't. There is a law!!

..that's why they require a signature. Some people make thousands of dollars a month based on their monthly memebership. If someone could just call and cancel they could jeapordize someone elses livelihood.

I actually respect the fact that they are concerned for your personal safety that they require that extra step. Kinda reminds me of my BANK.

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#347357 Review #347357 is a subjective opinion of poster.
With all the research I have done regarding Melaleuca, it all boils down to one thing... when someone is unhappy with a product or service, they want a refund. That is all. Everyone is entitled to their opinions about the products whether they like them or not. It's...
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Anonymous
#832819

R.T.F.P(Read The *** Print)!!! I have been buying and using Melaleuca products for years...and yes, they are pricey!!!

If anyone was misled or "lied" to by a Melaleuca Rep...then the rep should be "***-slapped" and fired (and yes, the company will pull your ticket for misrepresentation). If your grocery bill is higher each month then it used to be...then you are still buying your old brand in addition to the Melaleuca products (DUH!!!). If you are ever dissatisfied with any product...even if you have been using it for years...send it back for a full refund (product price only... UPS delivers the stuff...not Melaleuca).

If you look at the successful company reps...and read their stories...they were pretty much all into MLM schemes early in their careers...and yes...the company functions "SOMEWHAT LIKE" an MLM...but you might try looking up how MLM's work on your computer sometimes...interesting reading.

Last, but not least...if you were "talked" into signing up for Melaleuca as a business...and had a bad experience...if you are really honest with yourself...you have never taken a business course in your life...or you couldn't figure out that you can talk with anyone in the business to get a dufferent point of view. No, by the way...I am not in the busness...

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#345609 Review #345609 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Melaleuca Customer Care
Loss
$200
I was told Melaleuca products were all natural and they only used best ingredients etc. So I bought into it without researching first. Shame on me! Anyway, I bought there protein powder drink and had an allergic reaction only to find out it was loaded with "Maltitol"...
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Anonymous
#1368872

Yo... I was just surfing through to research Melaleuca and found this blog.

After reading everyones comments on backing up this company, I'm joining it. Lol.

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#342673 Review #342673 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Product
Melaleuca Vitamins
Loss
$500