TINA.org investigated Nu Skin (and its divisions Big Planet and Pharmanex) as part of its larger investigations into unsubstantiated disease-treatment claims and atypical income claims used by MLM companies.
To read more about TINA.org’s 2023 MLM Income Claims Investigation, click here.
To read more about TINA.org’s 2017 DSA Income Claims Investigation, click here.
To read more about TINA.org’s 2016 DSA Health Claims Investigation, click here.
MLMs Continue to Recruit with Deceptive Earnings Claims
TINA.org investigation finds 98% of MLMs using misleading income claims.
#RealDirectSellers Don’t Obtain Financial or Time Freedom
Multilevel Marketing: The Day Job that Doesn’t Pay
More than 97 percent of DSA member companies use or have used misleading income claims.
Illegal Health Claims By DSA Companies Still Litter Internet
More than 1,000 unsubstantiated health claims remain on the internet nine months after TINA.org’s investigation.
Is the DSA Ignoring Illegal Health Claims?
TINA.org investigation reveals MLM supplements recommended for everything from cancer to Ebola.
Do MLM Earnings Statements Constitute Deceptive Advertising?
Despite the availability of the data, MLM earnings statements fail to disclose crucial information to recruits, writes guest blogger William Keep.
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