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sunshinefun
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Has anyone else been pestered by acquaintances trying to sell them on Isogenics lately? Its seems I'm hearing about this more frequently from people I barely know.

Its gotten so bad that the people who run the St. Croix Big Island Adventure Camp have been trying to get the teenage camp counselors to try a "cleanse" which I find abhorrent.

This is just one example of many I've come across regarding this pyramid scheme.

I'll bet there are others here on the board who've been approached by cult members.

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OldTart
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This is a hilarious read, debunking the program which - like every other of its ilk - is simply a vastly overrated and stupid weight loss program for gullible mortals:

http://www.bionicafitwarrior.com/the-problem-with-isagenix/

Check out the ingredients in the goop - chemical overload for true!

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speee1dy
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never heard of it.

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OldTart
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It's been around for about 15 years. It's not a ":cult" but a pyramid scheme like all the rest. Buy the products and get discounts on your own products by selling to everyone you know and then in turn get them to join up and benefit financially from their sales. Just say no as you would (hopefully) to the purveyor of snake oil.

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Spartygrad95
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All that multi level marketing stuff borders on cult like status including the peddlers of "essential oils". Listen, I like the house smelling good like anyone, but these people try to tell you how to cure illness with it and I even saw a "treating your pets with essential oils" class at Hull Bay Hideaway about a month ago. If it wasn't for my wife I was going to go and everytime an outrageous claim was made I was going to yell "citations or gtfo"

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