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    Nu Skin Is A Scam

    After having a chance to look into Nu Skin, they are a big time scam. Over 85% of their distributors make nothing. They have been fined many times for deceptive claims. The list goes on and on. Avoid this scam.
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    Re: Nu Skin Is A Scam

    Quote Originally Posted by EthanVanderbuilt View Post
    After having a chance to look into Nu Skin, they are a big time scam. Over 85% of their distributors make nothing. They have been fined many times for deceptive claims. The list goes on and on. Avoid this scam.
    Agreed but here's how I would like to see it explained.

    If "Nu Skin" itself was the scam, there would be water or some other fake substance in their products. The "scam" is networking marketing which is the system Nu Skin uses thereby making them a scam.

    If I go out and steal diamonds and then sell them to make money, are the diamonds a scam and fake? OR, is the system in which I acquire then try to sell them the problem?

    Another example. Driving drunk is a terrible and unsafe way to drive to get somewhere. It doesn't matter whether I drink the brand Budweiser or Heineken, I'm still driving drunk to get from point A to B.

    So whether it be Nu Skin, Herbalife, or Amway, they all use the the same flawed money losing "system" called MLM, NWM, and any other name you want to call it like Direct Selling with recruitment based emphasis.

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    Re: Nu Skin Is A Scam

    Quote Originally Posted by Char View Post
    Agreed but here's how I would like to see it explained.

    If "Nu Skin" itself was the scam, there would be water or some other fake substance in their products. The "scam" is networking marketing which is the system Nu Skin uses thereby making them a scam.

    If I go out and steal diamonds and then sell them to make money, are the diamonds a scam and fake? OR, is the system in which I acquire then try to sell them the problem?

    Another example. Driving drunk is a terrible and unsafe way to drive to get somewhere. It doesn't matter whether I drink the brand Budweiser or Heineken, I'm still driving drunk to get from point A to B.

    So whether it be Nu Skin, Herbalife, or Amway, they all use the the same flawed money losing "system" called MLM, NWM, and any other name you want to call it like Direct Selling with recruitment based emphasis.
    I think seeing the owner is pretty much proof their stuff doesn't do what they claim.

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