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I would not purchase any products from this company. Companies should remain apolitical. The moment they take sides is the moment I choose to support or reject them based on their political affiliations. No to Melaleuca. "VanderSloot is one of the loudest of the...
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Anonymous
#563259

I had a really horlbire time finding a good nursing bra. For my first two babies I bought a Playtex nursing bra and hated it.

It made me look really frumpy and it was uncomfortable. I ended up wearing one of my regular underwire bras and pulled the strap down when I nursed. Throughout the pregnancy I went from a C to a DD so, for me, I preferred underwire.With my third baby I found a REALLY great bra on eBay. It is an underwire by Wacoal and was half the price.

They come in light pink or blue. I even wore them for several months after I quit nursing because I would forget it was a nursing bra. They are also really well constructed in that the part of the bra close to your body is like a regular cup w/a hole in the middle. The outer piece looks like a regular bra.

It also gave me more of a normal look than the weird look I seemed to get from other nursing bras that I found locally.These are half the price that you would find them for in the store, if you can find them in the stores close to you at all.If you want, or can go with, an underwire these are the best!Oh yeah, for this bra you may want to wait until you start regularly nursing to decide on what size to get.

You may very well get larger. If a store somewhere close by has Wacoal bras then you could go try a similar non-nursing style on to figure out what size to get on eBay.

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#321968 Review #321968 is a subjective opinion of poster.
An audit of the political involvement is in order..I have searched the product line and it appears there is no FDA or other Consumer Controls..Has anyone seen their manufacturing facilities, have there been any health or product suits filed..are there any criminal...
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Anonymous
#563231

ROP life insurance is reurtn of premium term life insurance.How does it work?If you pay $20 a month into a reurtn of premium term life insurance plan over 30 years (that’s $240 a year), you can get back a big chunk of change. You’ll receive a check for $6,000 if you outlive the 30 year term of your policy.

So, do you feel lucky?You get the tax deferred savings of the premiums you pay into your life insurance policy. If you wait until the policy expires, you pay no taxes on the reurtn premium you receive.It’s like a savings account that offers you life insurance protection, too. Some reurtn of premium life insurance policies let you take money out early, but penalties usually do apply.However, level term life insurance offers you a better rate, up to 20-40% lower than Return of Premium Term Life Insurance.Many young families with children like yourself, choose level term life insurance because it may provide the maximum amount of life insurance coverage at the most affordable premium.With a 20 or 30 year Level Term Life Insurance policy you can get rates and coverage that remain level for the entire term of the policy.If you want, you can compare free quotes online for level term life insurance through Efinancial. They have provided free life insurance quotes online since 2001.

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To request your free quotes visit I hope that helps! Best of luck to you and your family.

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#321955 Review #321955 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Melaleuca is taking membership fees to use in it's "wellness" company. Yet, your owner supports a political budget (Paul Ryan) that screws the poor, the children, the elderly, and those without money. Yours is a BAD company, you guys are low lifes! I'm out of...
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Anonymous
#563008

Thank you so much Leda,I to have read that hydro therapy was beniifcial for such conditions, but I forgot all about it. Thank you for reminding me and for the great article.

I also have read that magnesium is beneficial to take internally but never thought until now, that it could benefit the body from being concentrated in water like this.I'm going to look to see if there is a place here in Toronto where I can go. I hope there is.

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#321800 Review #321800 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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We were invited to for an info session at friend's house told that membership will cost us only $1.00 as a promo. Instantly they debited $32.48 (February, 2012) to our account and when we decided to discontinue due to such false promises and submitted all the...
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Anonymous
#563318

My Dear Friend,Nargess Jaan,I Heard your program . your scniece news were excellent and I like them , but I must tell you about music of your program theme while it was very sharp and listener must decrease audio volume .

music volume was high when you were speaking too.

However I am not going to criticize you but ask write the subject as a comment maybe observe it for your next programs . I will wait for your next programs.SincerelyAbbas Mansouri

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#320839 Review #320839 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Melaleuca Membership
I just sat through the hour video of Melaleuca and realized it was a pryamid scheme - but reading all the complaints of not being able to cancel really make me decide not to give it a try , Thank you all for the feedback. The should live up to what they state because I...
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Anonymous
#563049

Melaleuca is NOT a scam If you never shared the pcduorts with another the pcduorts are eco friendly, budget friendly and most importantly SAFE FOR OUR FAIMLY! Thank You Melaleuca!

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#319857 Review #319857 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I tried a few MLM companies back in the 70s with no real success. None of them, in my opinion, offer the average person any chance of making any real money and their products by and large are overpriced. In 1994 I saw Melaleuca. The differences between Melaleuca...
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Anonymous
#562941

What I've never understood is how a wnddieg planner (not you, because even though I don't know you I LOVE this post!) can complain about how no one wants to pay their rates, but then insist they don't need to hire a professional service provider that charges more than $xxx.If I had a nickel for every bride that told me she only budgeted $500 for entertainment because that's what the wnddieg planner told them to even though they LOVE us and what we bring to their event (starting at 3 times that price) I'd be a very rich man.Top professionals should seek out other professionals of the same caliber. I've had to resort to referring my clients to a wnddieg planner that's 350 miles away and that, is a shame. Particularly when I have brides changing their dates to hire us, verifying that we're available before they nail down the date at the venue, and the like.

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#319301 Review #319301 is a subjective opinion of poster.
cancel cancel cancel...this guy is using your money to wage Jihad against *** people and children! I have never seen such a white washed liar in my whole life . If Obama wanted to ruin you personally or professionally you would get a knock from Seal Team 6 at the front...
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Anonymous
#563071

This is the 7th website I've come to lokoing for one, and the first that has even come close to being unbiased!- 2 of the sites were internet marketing websites reviewing Melaleuca to convince people that you must use internet marketing to be successful in Melaleuca, with extremely superficial reviews of the products, service, etc - 2 were Melaleuca websites touting themselves as review' sites - 2 was a customer complaint website- which was somewhat helpful- but every company that is relatively large is going to have complaints, so that provided a skewwed perspective as well Thank you, finally, for an impartial review of Melaleuca Fantastic job!

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#318859 Review #318859 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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I signed up for Melaleuca in 2004 and got a "Starter pack" for about $200. I tried a bunch of stuff and didn't really like the products. I boxed everything up and sent it in along with my cancellation letter. After about 2 weeks I got a full refund and was on my...
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Anonymous
#504466

My last comment was in response to D.Rapelje. Not the original comment.

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#318784 Review #318784 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Melaleuca review in Olympia, Washington: Melalueca;reliable or scan

I've listed to this companies sales pitch three times know and can't tell if they are legitimate or not. It sounds like a doable work at home job but I've been scammed so many times already I don't want it to happen again. Someone please tell me if becoming a promoting for this company is a legitimate work at home job or a scam? Also, do the promoters make any money? If so how long did you work before you did so? And I'd like to know how much one can make? Thank you vintageladie
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elizabeth
#494958

Thank you to everyone for your comments on Melalueca. Because of your positive comments I am signing up with them.

To the gentleman who is upset that my posting, and probably others, are negatively impacting his business I apologize. Nonetheless, there really isn't any other way to get honest feedback than a site like this.

Anonymous
#486664

I felt the same way. In fact I was just a happy customer for 2 whole years getting a small, dinky $6 check every month for the couple friends who I referred that first month (still happy customers).

Now last month I really really needed money so I turned to my Melaleuca rep for help and she helped me grow my check to $490. Now I'm working hard again this month but all these pissedconsumer nonsense complaints are making it difficult - there is nothing wrong with Melaleuca. Try it.

You'll either love it, tell friends and make $$ or hate it and cancel - just don't forget to do so in writing by the 25th of the month or you will get a backup order. Ugh, read the fine print before you sign or don't complain!!!!!!!

Chris M
#486355

Whereas I don't necessarily agree that it is "easy" work, it is a very legit business, and as long as you have a excellent director who will answer any question you have (which we do), then building it is very possible, as long as you actually believe in the products sold.

Anonymous
#485962

You know, I was in your position a while ago wondering if this was legit. I will tell you that the first month I only bought product for myself and the next month I decided to get started earning money and I second month my check was $605.

It entirely depends on how much effort you want to put into it. A couple of months later my check was over $1000. This was very part time. For personal reasons I had to stop for about 8 months and because of the way their company works, the fact that I don't have to go out and sell product to anyone, I continued to get a check every month.

Now I am back on track and growing. All this from I business I paid $29 to start. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions still, I will be happy to chat with you even if you have already joined with someone.

Most of us in this company just love helping people. successinfo@wedeliverwellness.com

Anonymous
#485133

Ms.L; May I call you please? I am in Olympia.

Anonymous
#485130

I'm in Olympia. May I call you?

vintageladie

Anonymous
#485073

Well that's wierd, my prev post says I'm from Rochester NY! I"ve never been there - I'm in the Seattle area...huh!

Anonymous
#485072

Have fun! I sure did!!!

I had a blast! I used to love to do the "new customer" dance. Unfortunately, my dad died, my husband was addicted to ***, lost his job, never looked for wk and I had to raise 4 kids - but on their great products! Go hear Lewis Rasmussen if you can!

He's awesome! It's legit! And very concerned with their reputation.

No one can really get hurt and they will support you if you get with a good team. It's so fun helping people!

Anonymous
#484630

Give me a call I can answer all your questions 914-450-5408

Anonymous
#481630

Hi Mary, I understand where you are comming from also. I was burned by a couple of other work from home businesses too.

I initially was hesitant too. My mom talked me into doing it and once I got started I was hooked. I love the products, the customer service is easy and really nice. I have made money in the first two months and that has encouraged me to continue to strive for the easy to reach goals.

I am looking forward to meeting my first goal this month. In fact I have no physical support, if I have questions I have to call my mom in another state to ask or call the company, but they are so helpful that I feel completely capable of doing everything on my own.

You can contact me if you'd like or get back with the person who has presented to you. But it is legit and really is as easy as it sounds.

Anonymous
#480958

SCAM. All MLM (multi-level marketing)is a scam (Amway, Melalueca, etc.)

Anonymous
#480922

vintageladie 1254d7f

I totally understand where you are coming from. I have seen your story all too often.

I am here to tell you Melaleuca is legitimate. I worked for the corporate office for three years and because of what I saw I resigned so I could build a Melaleuca business for myself. I would love to explain the specifics.

Respond if you would like to hear what I have done and what anyone could do. Thanks!

bradforbush@gmail.com

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#318084 Review #318084 is a subjective opinion of poster.
did not want any products one month and they sent products any way . Iwas not told that you had to spend 35 points a month by the person who signed me up. You have to read fine printed. Stay away from the Melaleuca people and products. Do not give them your credit card...
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Anonymous
#946688

I assure you that the person that signed you up either told you about the "fine print" as you called it or maybe you weren't listening. 35 points are easy to do for some and maybe not so easy for others.

If Melaleuca isn't for you, that's ok! But for goodness sake, please don't call them a cult. There are hundreds of thousands that love the products and are repeat customers ~ by choice, like myself. The products are top of the line and toxin free.

All you had to do was call the Melaleuca home office (the phone number is on the enclosed receipt when you got your products) and ask them to explain why you got an order.

When people sign up now days, the Customer Service person ASKS if you understand what the backup order is about. Melaleuca is a wonderful company - maybe not for everyone but for many it's the best when it comes to outstanding healthy products.

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#317652 Review #317652 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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