TAX FRAUD

Alfred Pettersen admits that his partnership agreement with Tarl Robinson, Plexus Worldwide was a TAX FRAUD. Please read the comments sections on the pages and posts. They contain some great info from other readers.

Complaints Against Plexus Worldwide

Recent Complaints Against Plexus Worldwide 

  1. False, misleading or deceptive advertising (Section 9, Food and Drugs Act)
  2. Complaint regarding the advertising of unauthorized products
  3. Prohibited advertising to the general public as treatment or cure for any Schedule A disease (Section 3, Food and Drugs Act) and False, misleading or deceptive advertising (Section 9, Food and Drugs Act)

Complaints source:

  1. Social Media
  2. In Person, Print, Website

Source: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/dhp-mps/advert-publicit/complaint-plaintes/index-eng.php



Found by A Woman Scammed:

Randolph Road resident reported to Deputy Mark Allen someone tried to make an unauthorized purchase on her American Express card.
According to the report, American Express called the resident in regard to a purchase that was charged to her card, but was delivered to another address.
The resident stated the purchase was made with Plexus Worldwide but was declined by American Express due to different addresses for the mailing and billing addresses.
According to the report, the resident has since cancelled and shredded the card.

Source: http://www.panolian.com/2016/08/05/sheriffs-report-tragedy-claims-man-at-cypress-point/

11 comments:

  1. They gotta reach those numbers one way or the other! If you've ever given them your credit card, WATCH OUT!!!!!

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  2. What? False claims? Plexus? Say it isn't so...lies and deceit, the Plexus Way!

    https://www.truthinadvertising.org/plexus-breast-chek/

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  3. More than half a century of quantifiable evidence, proves beyond all reasonable doubt that what has become popularly known as 'Multi-Level Marketing' is nothing more than an absurd, cultic, economic pseudo-science, and that the impressive-sounding made-up term 'MLM,' is, therefore, part of an extensive, thought-stopping, non-traditional jargon which has been developed, and constantly-repeated, by the instigators, and associates, of various, copy-cat, major, and minor, ongoing organised crime groups (hiding behind labyrinths of legally-registered corporate structures) to shut-down the critical, and evaluative, faculties of victims, and of casual observers, in order to perpetrate, and dissimulate, a series of blame-the-victim closed-market swindles or pyramid scams (dressed up as 'legitimate direct selling income opportunites'), and related advance-fee frauds (dressed up as 'legitimate training and motivation, self-betterment, programs, recruitment leads, lead generation systems,' etc.).

    David Brear (copyright 2016)

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    1. I applaud you for your commitment to providing facts regarding this company and it's representatives. You provide resources to validate the facts that you present. Yet, time and again you are called a 'hater' & liar. The reality is that the MLM participants themselves are the liars and boast claim after claim about the effectiveness of Plexus and it's ability to cure multiple ailments. These claims are morally wrong and frankly they are dangerous. No claims can be made or implied without scientific evidence...per the FTC/FDA. The representatives go on and on citing testimonials which are not scientific evidence and are false claims used to mislead people vulnerable and willing to try anything.

      The truth is the enemy of Plexus and it's salespeople...you are the enemy because you speak the truth.

      Godspeed

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    2. The reason that Plexus salespeople come to your site is strictly to monitor what is being said so they can come up with a strategy to negate the facts and truths. If there were scientific, documented evidence to support the claims then it would be posted by every Plexus salesperson.

      I have yet to see any Plexus posts amended when false and misleading claims are made about what the product does or cures. A legitimate company would not tolerate the lies and deceit. The Plexus people themselves don't dare correct the lies, they are counting on the lower tiers for their paychecks.

      The good news is the FTC is becoming more and more involved in regulating MLM's and hopefully this business model will go the way of Vemma, Monavie and many more soon.

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  4. What people really think of MLM...

    http://vitals.lifehacker.com/how-to-get-rich-tricking-people-into-buying-overpriced-1788186146?utm_medium=sharefromsite&utm_source=Vitals_twitter

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  6. Bullet Point #6

    http://www.sequenceinc.com/fraudfiles/2013/03/how-does-multi-level-marketing-affect-people/

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  7. Wow! Just Wow!!

    UnknownOctober 25, 2016 at 6:35 PM
    I think the unfavorable information about the products is well documented. What few people know about is the cult-like atmosphere of the company itself, headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. I can tell you from personal experience, this is the most bizarre company I've ever seen, much less worked for. Bizarre! First of all, Plexus bleeds money. Tens of millions of dollars are routinely wasted due to well-known and long-ignored computerized shipping/distribution problems. Yet nobody seems to care! Why? Because they know the hundreds of millions of dollars they're making per year will keep rolling in. But the cult-like atmosphere involves other weird behaviors that I'm honestly a little hesitant to post about. Like the company taking an oddly-aggressive interest in what it's employees do outside of the office. Specifically, who employees associate with socially - even romantically. I'm reminded of the methods the Church of Scientology uses to keep non-members from "corrupting" members. I can personally attest to Plexus employees being warned to stay away from non-employees, or face consequences! These are free adults being told that associating with friends, family and/or significant others might cause "trouble" or "problems for them" at work. Truly frightening!

    The inner workings of Plexus Corporate Headquarters, with their overly-hyped weekly pep rallies, are as fascinating as they are disturbing. No one knows (or seems to care) what anyone's actual job is within the company - probably because profits are obscenely large. There is no commitment to customer service or any traditional business ethics. But they are hyper-focussed on what people do outside the office. Very creepy.

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  8. Changes are coming...

    https://www.truthinadvertising.org/ftc-chairwoman-creates-framework-mlm-regulatory-environment/

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