The proposed class-action lawsuit over Isagenix’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan has been voluntarily dismissed.
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A proposed class-action is suing the Trustee of the Isagenix Employee Stock Ownership Plan. The Plan is made up of current and former Isagenix employees. The exact number of Plan participants isn’t provided but was estimated to be just over 550 back in December 2019. Plaintiff Shana Robertson is seeking to represent Plan participants in [Continue reading…]
Two procedural updates in the Isagenix Amazon retail racket case, filed just over a year ago. The first update pertains to individual arbitration being granted to individual defendant Jay Bennett. The second update is Isagenix and the individual defendants failing to get the lawsuit dismissed.
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.
The FTC has issued a second COVID-19 warning to major players in the MLM industry. This time around the regulator is citing examples of marketing fraud from Youngevity, Melaleuca, Isagenix, Juice Plus+, Plexus Worldwide and Vivri.
Isagenix has voluntarily withdrawn its US lawsuit against Modere. The company states it will now commence proceedings in Australia.
Fallout from Isagenix’s Amazon racket might have seen it cut ties with former top earner Jay Bennett. Each month Isagenix publishes a list of top earners. The documents are a month or so behind, with March being the latest lists.
A week or so ago Isagenix co-founder Jim Coover stated: Isagenix has never actively promoted products on Amazon or encouraged others to do the same. Now Isagenix’s Chief Legal Officer has confirmed a corporate-level Amazon sales strategy.
Last week we reported on a lawsuit alleging Isagenix corporate were in on a secret Amazon/eBay retail racket. A few days after news of the lawsuit broke, Isagenix co-founder Jim Coover appeared on a leadership call to deny the allegations. Today we examine evidence that suggests otherwise.
On March 17th BusinessForHome copy and pasted a lawsuit filed in Utah against Isagenix. On March 18th Isagenix held a leadership call, on which Jim Coover addressed the lawsuit.