Trivani? The weird gets weirder in Utah

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Trivani? The weird gets weirder in Utah

Postby Judge Roy Bean » Tue Sep 28, 2010 4:51 pm

SALT LAKE CITY (CN) - A married couple claim they gave up profitable jobs to work as "independent distributors" for Trivani, a "multi-level marketing company," only to find out that it was run by a woman who was in prison. The plaintiffs say the woman's son lured them to work for Trivani, which sells nutritional products, by telling them they would "literally be sponsoring an actual starving child" by doing so.

The Oswalds say they were earning $48,000 a month as distributors for nonparty Unicity, when Steed lured them away ... :shock:
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Re: Trivani? The weird gets weirder in Utah

Postby JamesVincent » Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:35 am

Ok... stupid comes to mind. If they were so successful, why leave a successful company behind? And if they had enough of a brain to get themselves successful, why join a company with no research?
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