Im sure you have all heard of Intra - that herbal supplement yuppies and middle execs have peddled around and cost Shell employees to quit their jobs.
According to the Consumer Act, a pyramid scheme attracts individuals to invest a large initial amount for the purposes of RECRUITING OTHERS sa as to gain gifts or some monetary compensation in return. In Lifestyles, they REQUIRE you to invest P77,000 (9+1) or P29,000 for you to attain direct distributor status.
Intra (the flagship product) claims to have all these therapeutic benefits but are they following SEC regulations? Yes, they may claim it's no Ponzi scheme cause of retail, but several firms have used excellent products for retail to cover up their schemes. Isn't it illegal to collect RECRUITMENT COMMISSION of P3,000 to P10,000 each from neophyte distributors?
Lifestyles says MLM is the wave of the future. Yeah right. So much for the internet and home delivery. Do you believe Intra is a long-running suave Ponzi scheme?
BTW LET'S CONFINE THIS THREAD TO INTRA ALONE. PRO/ANTI-FLP, ScAMWAY, etc. PLEASE POST YOUR EXPLETIVES ON OTHER THREADS.