melaleuca the wellness company Phoenix Arizona Review

A moment of insanity had just occurred. The Melaleuca representative who had just portrayed herself as my new best friend had just managed to have me hand over my credit card number to her. The ploy was simple–she had purposefully not informed me of the name of her company prior to our meeting. Somehow this person had persuasively caused me to think that I needed to be a part of this “dynamic”” company that had so much to offer. Wrong. Not only were the number of products extremely limited–but upon spending another 85 dollars (added to my 30 dollar registration fee)

I could not figure out what other products I wanted to try for the 2nd month. Not only does this company require you to purchase something every single month–whether you wish to purchase or not

they create a “”back-up”” order that they will send you even if you choose not to order–and you can be certain that your charge card will be charged for something you did not order

nor did you want the supplies. After spending my inital monies

I knew I had created my own nightmare by not being able to research this company prior to the extremely presuasive initial meeting with the company representative. So in order to bypass a potential charge for more product which I did not want to purchase

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