Mannatech to Hire Former Shaklee MLM Con Artist, Bo Short
MLM Experts Target Bo Short's new Pyramid Scam within Mannatech
In the mid-1990's, a child suffering a horrendous genetic disease called Tasach's, tried Mannatech's "magic" pills. Next, Mannatech distributors took the child's nude photo to promote the effectiveness of their placebo medicine, publicly stating the miracle pill helped treat the boy, who died shortly after taking it.
Distributors continued to use the photo, despite seven years of steady requests from the deceased child's mother to stop parading her son's image to make fraudulent medical claims online. In fact, Mannatech was ordered to pay $750,000 as a result. read more.
And so we're left with Mannatech, the viral pyramid scheme defrauding its marks with the lure of business opportunity, publishing illicit photos of a nude, dying child to boost snake oil sales. Perhaps that's why Mannatech is a fitting workplace for ousted Shaklee con-artist, Bo Short.
"For Mannatech, there is a catch: The nation's top pyramid Scheme experts are closing in on Bo Short, with an aggressive SEO campaign of real information, distributor testimony and statistical data."