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UFUN Scammers Sentenced To Over 12,000 Years In Jail

UFUN representatives did not mention their products in their sales pitches. Instead, they urged people to expand their teams by offering high-value items such as cars or gold bars. That way, the money made mainly came from new members rather than selling products. In other words, UFUN was a pyramid scheme. Now they are paying the price.
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SEC Obtains Final Judgement Against The Wings Network Scam

I have reported on the the Wings Network scam in the past. The Wings Network was promoted to people all around the world including the United States. The Wings Network was a multi-level marketing program that was advertised online, and was being sold door-to-door or through friends and relatives.
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LuLaRoe Sued And Complaints Flood BBB

LuLaRoe has been sued after a recent flood of customer complaints made to the Better Business Bureau, claiming in some cases that they were charged incorrect sales tax and double-charged for merchandise. They also complain that the company’s products were of poor quality and that they had difficulty reaching customer service to discuss their problems.
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Money Now Funding Scam Victims Receive Money Back

The Federal Trade Commission is mailing 2,031 checks totaling more than $436,000 to people who lost money to Money Now Funding, a work-at-home scheme that conned people, including many seniors with limited income and savings, into thinking they could make money by referring merchants in their area to a non-existent money-lending service.
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350,000 Victims of Herbalife’s Scam Receive Checks

The Federal Trade Commission is mailing checks to nearly 350,000 people who lost money running Herbalife businesses. The checks are the result of a July 2016 settlement with the FTC that required Herbalife to pay $200 million and fundamentally restructure its business. This represents one of the largest distributions the agency has made in any consumer protection action to date.
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