Following on from the arrest of twenty-one Eagle Gates Group scammers in April, nineteen have since been jailed.
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It’s been two years since we’ve heard anything out of Bielefeld’s Public Prosecutor’s Office regarding OneCoin. Now, three suspects have been indicted and will appear at Munster District Court.
Various varieties of Isagenix’s Isalean bars and shakes have been recalled in Canada. The recall follows a series of “reported illnesses”, linked to the consumption of the affected products.
Late last year we reported on Visalus appearing to be sold off to Pruvit. The transaction was strange, absent not even a simple press-release to announce the transaction. Following a tip-off from a reader, BehindMLM has learned a whopping $925 million judgment was likely behind Visalus’ downfall.
In the wake of a neo-Nazi memelord scandal, doTerra terminated Pete Evan’s as a distributor. Less than 24 hours the company backflipped and re-instated Evans. In a statement put out by doTerra, the company apologized for not “thoughtfully reviewing” the situation.
Youngevity, a publicly traded MLM company under the stock code YGYI, has been delisted by The Nasdaq Stock Market. The decision follows a hearing by NASDAQ, finding that Youngevity failed to comply with filing requirements.
The Uhuru Tribe Ponzi scheme has collapsed, prompting owner Coenraad “Coenie” Botha to reboot the scam as CBI Global.
We Share Abundance’s withdrawal issues continue, with the latest restriction seeing only those who recruit new investors able to withdraw.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has filed criminal charges against John Louis Anthony Bigatton. Bigatton served as an Australian Director of the infamous BitConnect Ponzi scheme.
Youngevity’s long-running dispute against Wakaya Perfection and several individual defendants, has come to an end. On November 10th a settlement conference was held, revealing agreements had been reached by all parties involved.