Why Herbalife Doesn't Work - Work from Home Overload
Thanks for coming to read my report on "work from home" signs. This article was very popular, so popular that my website bandwidth limits were seriously tested.
My primary finding was that "work from home" signs, "Have a Computer?" signs, and "Lose 30lbs in 30 days!" are all from ONE company, a multi-level marketing company called Herbalife. The second part of the article explores the odds of succeeding at this business. I published this information on March 28, 2002, and followed it up with an epilogue on July 11, 2002.
Here is the Why Herbalife Doesn't Work article >
More information below.
Here is the French Translation by David Stern, author of Viva Les Rondes.com
Here is a German translation of the story, translated by Karl-Heinz Kreiter
He wrote, "these are facts which should open the eyes of german people".
Here is some translated into Italian.
More links with terrific, current information about Herbalife:
Letters from November 2003,
An Extraordinary Conversation Regarding Herbalife. (2005)
Twenty-Seven Unsuccessful stories from Herbalife Distributors (2004-2005)
Inside Herbalife Headquarters - a letter from an Herbalife Recruit.(2006)
Check if there are enough distributors serving your area already, use this directory of Herbalife distributors
This report also applies to Herbalife marketing organizations, such as:
Home Business System International
Austin Alliance (Texas, USA)
Newest Way to Wealth
Global Online Systems (Canada)
Globalnet Marketing Solutions
Online Business Systems
Vertical Skip Marketing
Average To Fortune
International Income Systems
Dare to Succeed
A.D.D.S. (Automated [Systems] Direct [Marketing] Data[base Marketing] Systems)
Cockeyed.com is my personal site, where I usually feature wacky adventures like "trophy night", "free milk night", "science club", "how much is inside", and stories about pranks around Sacramento. This article was my reaction to these damn signs all over town. Thank you.