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MK L

Franklin, GA

#27 Jan 16, 2013
Her daughter Samantha goes to my school. She is a closet slut!!! Her moms is wack. She is even sailing that fat shake crap at school. Why don't these people clean Thier house and her moms clothes and get out of Rome Can't wait to show all this stuff to everyone at school. O yea just google Christa Hood Visalus scam. Hahaha
This is all to much. That family is wack and Sam leave my man alone. Guess you are following in your moms footsteps. Hahaha Ps. Stop sucking cock they don't want you. Only for BJ's
Truly M
T Y S

Rome, GA

#28 Feb 6, 2013
Christa Hood was born in 1965 she lies about her age,, lololol
old lady with leather skin and she looks like she was chewing on some marbles.
Look in the mirror and get a grip you are a MOM not a call girl
get a real job and leave my husband alone
Seriously

Connersville, IN

#29 Feb 10, 2013
The word is SELL people, DAMN! Grammar isn't that hard. You don't "Sale" that stuff at school or "sail" it for that matter, you sell it. You can "list that stuff for sale" or "sell it while you are sailing". It may not be that important to you all but I'm really tired of people looking like idiots because they can't use the proper word correctly in a sentence. RECAP: You sell your shit, You put your shit up for sale, and finally, You sail a ship. Thank you and goodnight.
Crassaction

Rome, GA

#30 Feb 12, 2013
Multi level marketing is not a scam. It is however, not for the weak-hearted. It is not for those easily taken in, or those who believe that they will make money without a lot of hard work. I know nothing about Visalus, but I draw a rather fancy residual check monthly from an MLM I was very involved with almost thirty years ago. If you are sales-oriented and can present a product in a clear manner that outlines its benefits as well as the income potential, then MLM is for you possibly. Otherwise, shop for some similar product in the local stores.
Crassaction

United States

#31 Feb 12, 2013
Seriously wrote:
The word is SELL people, DAMN! Grammar isn't that hard. You don't "Sale" that stuff at school or "sail" it for that matter, you sell it. You can "list that stuff for sale" or "sell it while you are sailing". It may not be that important to you all but I'm really tired of people looking like idiots because they can't use the proper word correctly in a sentence. RECAP: You sell your shit, You put your shit up for sale, and finally, You sail a ship. Thank you and goodnight.
Thanks for the laugh :)
Generic

Bellevue, WA

#32 Feb 17, 2013
I would hope that I could disagree with an individual on virtually anything, without being hateful or nasty especially considering the apparent fact that a minor child is also being personally demonized here, both directly and indirectly. I do not know, or care to take the time to discover the terrible crimes committed by the person in question, but apparently they warrant a "public beating" here... and dragging her children into a public forum and by name... some/most people are so callous, inconsiderate and judgmental. Remove the splinter from thine own eye....
Told you so

Griffin, GA

#33 Apr 18, 2013
Christa Hood. I'm telling you so!!!
Haha. You almost got caught. And I have pictures. Hate for Shane Hood to see what his wife is up too. Just wait
Better stop cheating!
kasey hashagen

Philadelphia, PA

#34 Sep 14, 2013
Vi life brain washed wrote:
Visalus Truths | 3 hrs ago
How Much Money Does the Average ViSalus Distributor Make?
Thanks to some great sluething by commenter Brandon, we can crunch some numbers and find out how much the average ViSalus distributor makes. According to ViSalus’ May 4th, 2012 press release, ViSalus brought in $136.7 million with “over 92,000 distributors” in the most recent quarter. That’s $1485.87 per distributor. Since a quarter is three months, it comes out to about $495 a month per distributor. That’s Visalus sales.
The commissions paid out to distributors has to be a fraction of that since ViSalus needs money to produce the product and pay corporate. If we were to be extremely generous and presume that ViSalus pays out half of the $495 number to distributors, each distributor would average around $250 in revenue a month… not profit. The distributors themselves have to buy $125 worth of the product per month unless they sell $200 worth of product per month (cue the unnecessarily complex compensation plan intended to confuse the average distributor) or else they sacrifice their commission. Because selling $200 a month is hardly guaranteed, most buy the $125 a month and use it themselves.
The $250/mo. revenue is $3000 a year. However, they give up $125/mo. The actual profit is much lower after spending $125 for the product, the Vi-Net Pro subscription, tools such as brochures, and travel costs for conferences like the recent one in Miami.
It’s worth noting that if those 92,000 are all on the default Vi-Net Pro (I expect a small amount will be on Swipe and Lite, balancing them out a bit), ViSalus is booking some $32 million ($348 * 92,000) of it’s $136 million in sales of websites and Success magazine just to its distributor base.
So there you go!!!! 
The real truth about the visalus scanners. What dumb ass you all are. 
Do you even have a BMW. Shame On You
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I sit here driving my free 328 xi silver BMW paid for by vi. Opening your eyes to opportunity is the difference between mediocrity and greatness! I chose greatness and im living it. Enjoy your average lives my family and I are living the dream.
www.kaseyshaffer.myvi.net
You might wanna give it a try.
Kim

United States

#35 Oct 11, 2013
scam awwee YES wrote:
Is ViSalus a Pyramid Scheme?
The answer, in my opinion, is yes! I realize this is a serious accusation, but follow me on this. First watch this video about the “ViSalus Refer 3, Get Next Month Free!” program:
Before I get to the pyramid scheme part let’s get to the false claim made in the first 20 seconds,“It allows everybody… do it at absolutely no cost.” It is mathematically impossible for everybody to do it at no cost. For every single person doing it at no cost, there must be at least 3 times the product paid for from others. There is no situation where everyone gets the product for free. Of course, it would put the company out business, so that’s not to be expected, but this false marketing shouldn’t be allowed.
If you understand how it works, you end up referring other people to buy product. In the video, the spokesman makes a special point of saying that you are referring “customers, not distributors” to buy kits. However, those “customers” are in fact distributors as they can do the same. At the 3:30 mark it is confirmed by the spokesperson saying (paraphrasing)“if one of your customers refers three customers and get their kit for free, you still get yours.” In other words, ViSalus has just confused the traditional definition of an MLM distributor with a customer in this video. It still hits what the FBI says about pyramid schemes:
“At the heart of each pyramid scheme is typically a representation that new participants can recoup their original investments by inducing two or more prospects to make the same investment.”
There’s also this from the FTC:
“Not all multilevel marketing plans are legitimate. Some are pyramid schemes. It’s best not to get involved in plans where the money you make is based primarily on the number of distributors you recruit and your sales to them, rather than on your sales to people outside the plan who intend to use the products.”
In referring people you have not made a sale to someone outside of ViSalus, but recruited what amounts to a distributor who can refer others as well. This person is now considered “within ViSalus” rather than outside ViSalus. It is a very, very tricky thing for most people to understand without having experience in looking into these schemes.
The FTC has put out a lot of documentation on this. I’ve compiled it into a guide atMLMs Vs. Pyramid Schemes. The thing that dooms this ViSalus program to being a pyramid scheme is that sales aren’t to end customers, but to people who are essentially distributors since they too can refer others.
Bottom line: Wikipedia defines scam as aconfidence trick, and the marketing around ViSalus Vi-Shape Shake is clearly designed to deceive. It might be worth me spending a little more time looking into what else this company is doing.
Update: From ViSalus’ IPO filing, CNBC found this beauty:“we do not believe that we are subject to laws regulating pyramid schemes… there is a risk that a governmental agency or court could disagree with our assessment…”
If there wasn’t a very real risk of ViSalus being a pyramid scheme, there would be no need to warn about it. Do you think IBM or McDonalds has such disclosures in their SEC filings? Hint: They don’t.
Hate to break it to you but a pyramid scheme is when you give money but receive nothing for that money. MLM is legal and Visalus is a good MLM company as is Melaleuca . And many others too. Not everyone has what it takes to succeed in the MLM world, but that doesn't mean it is a scam.
Wyatt Pryde

Rome, GA

#36 Nov 8, 2013
Painter Road? Off Old Dalton? Isn't that where that prostitute and that druggie live?Doublewide off the road where all the teenagers go to get drugs and party?
Drugwood Trail in October?
Samantha

Rome, GA

#37 Jan 6, 2014
Y'all sound horrible bashing someone so badly this is so trashy and stupid. If you have something to say don't do the Internet.
chacha

Richmond, KY

#38 Jan 7, 2014
What??
jjfast

United States

#39 Jan 18, 2014
Told you so wrote:
Christa Hood. I'm telling you so!!!
Haha. You almost got caught. And I have pictures. Hate for Shane Hood to see what his wife is up too. Just wait
Better stop cheating!
I think you should tell him i have his number!!
U spew Lies

Conyers, GA

#40 Mar 18, 2014
Vi bot minions. You need to save any integrity you think you have and run from this v scam. RICO charges are coming.

V sheep steals so-called leaders from other companies and gives them top billing and cash. V has no integrity and is going down

check out the latest charges. Wow, corporate espionage, strong arm tactics, etc. movie stuff. V is done.

Those sheep are trying to go back from where they came, fortunately the company they left is the only company with integrity and won't allow them to return.

v products are garbage
Jack Carroll

Rocky Face, GA

#41 Apr 8, 2014
Samantha wrote:
Y'all sound horrible bashing someone so badly this is so trashy and stupid. If you have something to say don't do the Internet.
hi don't listen to them you don't know me but I in town for tonight and saw this just let them go if you wanna talk Iam here I have a room
Jack Carroll

Rocky Face, GA

#42 Apr 8, 2014
Samantha wrote:
Y'all sound horrible bashing someone so badly this is so trashy and stupid. If you have something to say don't do the Internet.
hey what's your number come chill with me for a while in town tonight
William_ONaire

London, UK

#43 Apr 30, 2014
kasey hashagen wrote:
<quoted text>
I sit here driving my free 328 xi silver BMW paid for by vi. Opening your eyes to opportunity is the difference between mediocrity and greatness! I chose greatness and im living it. Enjoy your average lives my family and I are living the dream.
www.kaseyshaffer.myvi.net
You might wanna give it a try.
It would be great to get an update from you on your progress at VI. I'm based in the UK and this stuff has landed here - I see a lot of people hitting regional director and qualifying for their BMW but hardly anybody getting beyond that.
What I do see is a lot of people being drawn into something that has a clause ridden compensation plan that is geared up to getting people hooked into leasing a BMW and achieving Regional Director status. People talk about how cheap it is to start up the VI business for £39 but then you discover that to join the bimmer club or qualify for the Rising Star bonus pool you've got to spend closer to £500 or as much as £1000.
It's interesting that once you hit a status you don't lose it even if your sales drop off (although you do lose all your commission and bummer club payments).They also have a thing called a waiting room that bends the rules to ensure you get RD (which of course makes it sound like they are really helping you achieve your dream)- trouble is, all you've really become is another recruiter who has to then peddle the same rule bending to get someone else to RD who then does the same...
They're is a nice little VI parody cartoon series doing the rounds here at the moment which sums it up nicely...
http://youtu.be/TKPKPY9qnew
http://youtu.be/z2nEe3GpnC8
Enjoy!

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