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Did Talk Fusion pay off affiliates who made pyramid allegations?

Talk Fusion is an MLM company that primarily markets an email video product suite. BehindMLM reviewed Talk Fusion in 2014 and concluded the company’s ‘paid video communication services … are entirely redundant.‘ The follow on from this is that retail is likely to be virtually non-existent. And as per the FTC, an MLM company without significant [Continue reading…]

Dennis Gray’s RICO lawsuit dismissed after he rejoins Talk Fusion

In late 2015 former affiliate Dennis Gray filed a class-action RICO lawsuit against Talk Fusion. In his lawsuit Gray alleged he had been deceived by the Talk Fusion’s misleading business opportunity, falsely believing it was a legitimate way to earn money, and did lose money as a result of Defendants’ unfair and unlawful business practices. [Continue reading…]

Talk Fusion facing class-action RICO pyramid lawsuit

When I reviewed Talk Fusion back in 2014, I found it odd their flagship product was a $1499 video communication package. Given the abundance of free alternatives around, who in their right mind was paying $1499 for video communication… without the attached Talk Fusion income opportunity? Seems like I’m not the only one with this question, [Continue reading…]

Talk Fusion terminate top ranked affiliates, lawsuit filed

Before we go any further, I’m just going to go ahead and say it: paid video communication services today are entirely redundant. I mean really, $125 plus $20 a month ($365 annually) for video email? Is this some kind of joke? Quite obviously, nobody is paying Talk Fusion thousands of dollars for video communication services. Considering what’s [Continue reading…]

Talk Fusion Review: $1499 video communication packages?

Talk Fusion launched in 2007 and operate in the digital communication MLM niche. The company is based out of Florida and headed up by Founder and CEO, Bob Reina (right). According to Reina’s corporate bio, the idea behind Talk Fusion came from a simple desire to put video in an email. America Online said “that’s impossible!” [Continue reading…]