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.
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The drawn out legal battle between Youngevity and Wakaya Perfection has finally received a tentative trial date. March 22nd, 2021 is the date set, following a pretrial conference held on October 5th.
Youngevity has filed suit against Bulavita for trademark infringement, cybersquatting and unfair competition.
Bulavita is marketing their M20 Boost supplement as a way to “inhibit the growth of human cancer cells”. Ruh-roh…
Back in January 2019 the Wakaya Perfection securities fraud lawsuit was sent to arbitration. In an April 10th filing on the case docket, the parties involved have advised the court a settlement was reached on February 27th, 2020.
Youngevity’s dispute with Wakaya Perfection dates back to 2016. As I write this there are currently 679 filings in the long-running case, most of which are administrative. As such I’ve been keeping updates on the case to a minimum, preferring to wait for substantial developments. As per an order made on December 26th, the case [Continue reading…]
I’ve received intel that Wakaya Perfection is intending to reboot itself as Bulavita. Specific details at this point are sketchy, but I was able to confirm the name-change via an official source.
Wakaya Perfection has sued their insurer, Liberty Mutual, for failing to uphold an insurance contract. In answering Wakaya Perfection’s lawsuit, Liberty Mutual has turned around and filed a counterclaim.
Monique Vaughn, wife of Wakaya Perfection Founding Ambassador Andre Vaughn, has been sentenced to three years probation.
Andre Vaughn was a former Youngevity top distributor, who jumped ship for Wakaya Perfection in late 2015. Wakaya Perfection cite Vaughn as a “Founding Ambassador”, and list him first on the “Field Leaders” section of their website. On June 18th, Vaughn was sentenced to ten months in prison for repeated instances of bankruptcy fraud.