My wife gave me some vitamins. Not just some but I had to take about 20 pills a day!
It was crazy. I got sick that night, couldn't sleep at all and swore off those things. I asked her how much she paid for that *** and she wouldn't tell me. That's when I got suspicious.
Turns out they were from Melaleuca, and cost $70 for a 30 day supply! Also found they charge $26 for their spray cleaner (compare to Lysol, which smells better and costs about $22 less!) I also found out they have 3 scientists working there. Proctor and Gamble probably have 15 scientists just working on shampoo, let alone their whole product line. I also found out that once you get sucked into this pyramid scheme, you have to buy 45 points worth of stuff a month ($60 worth or so) or if you don't order, they will just send you a bunch of *** and charge your credit card.
I found out my wife opened a Face book account and within a couple days, an old "friend" conned her into signing up. I tried contacting this "friend", as my wife had several bounced checks after the automatic withdrawals (found out she spent over $500 on this *** in a 2 month period), and I got nothing but a runaround from this snobby gal who was sucking money off my gullible wife. This snot even called the cops on me after I emailed her wanting to know how we can get out of this, which she wouldn't say.. By the way, she is from Blaine, MN.
and her initials are S.W. Don't let her or any of their reps suck you in!
Product or Service Mentioned: Melaleuca Vitamins.