I was recently contacted by telephone from a women saying they found my CV on a website, and she continued to ask if I'm still looking for a job? I replied yes, and she continued with her Sales speech about how forever living could be a lucrative business proposition. Upon ending the telephone conversation I decided to do research and it was revealed to me that this is another "social marketing" business. People make money by trying to promote people to the business at a fee and then collecting more people as if they were stickers in a book. There are lots of companies like this out there, and they seem to focus more on this procedure than the actual products they are supposed to sell. I also then noticed a friend trying to sell these products via Facebook, and also trying to get more people involved. In the UK it is illegal to operate pyramid sales systems, and this company refuses to call what they do related to pyramid sales. But a pyramid selling scheme is described as - a business model that recruits members via a promise of payments or services for enrolling others into the scheme, rather than supplying investments or sale of products or services. Mmmmm seems familiar to me. Ok, it does have Products but what are the ethics and ingredients behind them? It all seems a very muddy area to me.
If you chose to order from this company, i would be extremely careful as what the claim on their website is different to truth. Example: Vision tablets - website states veggie, kosher and hallel friendly. Bottle turns up, written in the list of ingredients, several times: GELATIN.
if you restrictions on your diet, and are using Forever products, DOUBLE CHECK THEM!!!!
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