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Had a consultant, at least I'm guessing that's what she is, approach me over a Facebook group. Asked if I was interested in her natural product store.

I figured it would be an etsy page or a website and I love buying natural products from crafters. Yeah, she tried to get me to install an app on my phone or computer. I had to push to even get the name of this company. I've seen this sort of scheme before and quickly backed out.

Once I did she started pushing harder. Honestly, I have a lot of allergies and I use products made by friends in their own kitchens. And I don't have to pay a monthly membership fee for the right to buy their products. She's still messaging me about what an opportunity I've missed out on.

I don't think so lady.

Glad I knew how to do my research and avoided the snare. Never trust a company with these sorts of tactics.

Product or Service Mentioned: Melaleuca Customer Care.

Reason of review: Poor customer service.

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Just as an FYI....their products aren't natural and are probably just the same as those from big name companies. I too was caught up in the hype until I decide to do some research myself.

I wasn't impressed with any of their products and in fact always felt as though I was searching for something to buy every month. I'm glad I canceled!https://www.ewg.org/guides/brand/2749-Melaleuca#.WqHtbmY-Low

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