I was introduced to Melaleuca several months ago by a now ex-best friend. Tony Mazzola was the person they were working with. After signing up, Tony came over to my house and reviewed my household products in comparison to Melaleuca's. I was told my products were not environmentally safe and harmful to my family. Tony told me that Melaleuca products would also save me money because they are concetrated. At that point I was ready to place an order.
Tony epxlained that he was placing an order that evening and i could place my order along with his order and therefore i would receive my order quicker because of his position in the company, and i would still receive credit for my first purchase.
The original order was over $500.00. Tony explained to me that I did not need everything i was ordering and that I should keep my order under 500.00. (I was informed by state police that stealing over 500.00 can result in a felony charge). After not receiving my order for over a week, I contacted Tony.
Tony explained to me that my order was placed and no need to worry. Another week went by and still no order. I contacted Melaleuca and found out that I had no pending order.
I contacted my bank to find out that my check was cashed and in the memo section stated "consulting fee"???? I contacted Tony and explained to him everything I found out. He said he needed to borrow the money (a guy claiming to make $20-30,000 a month needs to steal $486.00?) I told him I wanted my money back ASAP. Seven days later still no money.
I tried to contact the person Tony works with named Dan Sachkowsky. I am still awaiting a response over a month later.
I informed Tony that I would go to the Attorney General over the situation and I would go to the training and let everyone know how he stole money from me. He reminded me that he knows where I live and has all my personal information (including I am a single mother).
I am not an individual who likes to get taken advantage of. I contacted Melelauca and was informed about multiple complaints about these individuals, Tony Mazzola and Dan Sachkowsky.
At this point I have had to change all my financial information including change banks, investments and credit card information. This has been a nightmare for me and emotionally exhausting. Being a single mother is hard enough without having to deal with these situations. Stay away from doing business with these two individuals. I have learned not to trust what anyone is saying. I cannot believe this happened to me.
Please beware of these individuals. RUN as fast as you can away from these 2. Warn others who are considering joining with them so they do not have to go through what I have had to.