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The best way to spot an MLM scam?
« on: February 19, 2008, 12:42:42 PM »

From: webmaster [bat]

Subject: How To Spot a Scam, LifesMiracle Goes All the Way, and Eniva Vibe "Extra Chunky"

The best way to spot an MLM scam?

Look for it on the WWSN, of course! But the next best thing is to look for it featured on the Keith Laggos MLM advertising rag he calls the "" (Network Marketing Business Journal). Their client list reads like a police line-up at the FTC! And right now you can see for yourself with their "selections" as the "Company of the Month" for the first three months of 2008.

January 2008 - Eniva

February 2008 - YTB (YourTravelBiz)

March 2008 - LifesMiracle

And how are these fine MLMs selected for the dubious honor of the "Company of the Month"? Publisher Keith Laggos would have you believe that he and his staff interview, investigate and review these MLM programs and only select the best of the best for feature stories as the "Company of the Month", "Product of the Month", "Supplier of the Month" and so on. As Mr. Laggos wrote about YTB in February:

"As impressive as this is be prepared to be impressed further, because Network Marketing Business Journal (NMBJ) was impressed and we are not easily impressed.

Before NMBJ agreed to feature YTBI with its network marketing and travel divisions, we sat down with its chairman and co-founder, "Coach" J. Lloyd Tomer, co-founder J. Kim Sorensen and other top executives."

You may be quite certain that they sat down with the top executives at YTB only long enough to retrieve a payment for somewhere between $20,000 - $25,000 dollars, the fee that typically charges for such a headline story and endorsement. Here's the inside story about how this payola racket works at the headquarters of the NMBJ:

Network Marketing Business Journal

The SEC also charged "Laggos with violations of Section 17(b) of the Securities Act of 1933 (touting provision)", explaining that
"Laggos' Money Maker's Monthly published a laudatory article concerning TeleWrx in its July 2002 issue. The Complaint alleges that Laggos was compensated by Converge and/or TeleWrx, in both stock and cash, for issuing the above-mentioned press releases and article."

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Keith Laggos has also been banned from the DSA (Direct Selling Association):

Banned from the DSA

Network marketing companies often use the NMBJ and pay exorbitant fees for the services of Keith Laggos in the hopes of establishing themselves as MLM industry leaders, and Laggos is only too willing to sell the company as much advertising space and as many glossy story reprints as they can afford to buy. What they are really buying is an MLM scarlet letter that identifies that company and the individuals associated with it as a scam in progress.

What legitimate business would pay $25,000 to be placed in the company of MLMs such as Travelogia, SkyBiz, GasUpUSA, GMT!, AppGas, Eniva, and YTB?

The answer for March of 2008 is - LifesMiracle!

This new nutraceutical MLM is loaded with former Lifewave affiliates, sells one and only one product developed by a "doctor" whom company founder Steven E. Smith admits is NOT a doctor, based on bogus New Age science described as "Electro-Magnetized Potentiated Nutrition", and who's lead affiliate and top promoter is a megalomaniacal self-righteous nut who is quite busy cross-recruiting four MLM programs simultaneously.

And to top it all off, they are now the "Company of the Month" at! They paid a lot of money for that privilege, so the WWSN wants you to see what they bought, and we've posted it on our home page: - NMBJ's Company of the Month

You may also want to read the REAL truth about this new MLM, their one product, and the people behind it:

Wayne Garland's Doctor of Science Degree in Nutritional Sciences

Stephen A. Brown, PhD And His MLM Empire
Cross-Recruiting for Fun & Profit

The WWSN asked three LifesMiracle company leaders a few basic due diligence questions. You won't believe what they had to say...

Stephen A. Brown, PhD    

Steven Smith

Dr. Wayne Garland

If you already like Eniva's flagship product called "Vibe", you're gonna love a new version we've come across we're calling:

Vibe 1.01 Extra Chunky!

Not a parody, but real unedited photos of some super chunky Vibe recently sold to the public.

And the WWSN is also excited to present unedited audio excerpts from the top Eniva affiliate and richest MLM guy in the whole world, Mr. Randy Allen. For the first time, his personal sales techniques are revealed and his MLM philosophy is presented, along with photos of Randy standing next to a few of his closest friends, including the infamous six foot foam board check for $561,343.00  (MEMO: Household Income):

The Randy Allen Philosophy

Eniva affiliates and President Andy Baechler are all eagerly awaiting an upcoming investigative report on their company which should be appearing soon in the Minneapolis StarTribune newspaper. So are we!

Meanwhile, Phil "The One Man Internet Crime Wave" Piccolo remains the top sales affiliate and the MLM Scam Poster Boy for YTB ( He's also promoting additional new MLM scams and selling worthless overpriced leads to his unsuspecting YTB downline. YTB was only too willing to let the Piccolo fox into their chicken house and Phil is having a field day. By the time people at YTB realize how Phil Piccolo is sucking the money and life out of their downline, it will be too late.

Lifewave continues to limp along with genius inventor David Schmidt making presentations and sales calls at strip mall "Curves" outlets while they rename,  repackage, and reinvent his worthless "nanotechnology" patches with the help of a small group of disengaged amoral affiliates hoping to profit from the final days of this failing pyramid scheme.

These people, these companies, and these products are KILLING network marketing, folks. But they can only do so if YOU do nothing about it.

Are you going to let them?

The WorldWide Scam Network
Kinderklinik Gelsenkirchen verstößt gegen die Leitlinien

Der Skandal in Gelsenkirchen
Hamer-Anhänger in der Kinderklinik
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