• Report: #1175177
Complaint Review:

Plexus Worldwide

  • Submitted: Mon, September 08, 2014
  • Updated: Mon, September 08, 2014

  • Reported By: Dogluvr — Tennessee
Plexus Worldwide
15649 N. Greenway Hayden Loop Scottsdale, Arizona USA

Plexus Worldwide Plexus Pink, Plexus Slim, Plexus Wireless, Tarl Robinson, Alfred Petterson, Alec Clark Deceptive, False claims, Unethical, Ineffective Product, breach of contract, Scottsdale Arizona

*Consumer Comment: Wrong

*Author of original report: Thank You

*Consumer Comment: Report suspicious

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The False Claim:


"Finally there is a healthy way to help you lose weight. The synergistic effect of Plexus Slim and Accelerator taken together can help you lose more weight faster than you ever thought possible. Experience quick results and help get the weight off. People around the country are experiencing amazing results, and you can too!"
http://www.plexusworldwide.com/products

People are NOT experiencing amazing results! Out of at least 100 customers from me and my team, it worked for NONE of them.  It is advertised to "lose more weight faster than you ever thought possible".  It simply does not happen I don't care WHAT they tell you!

In addition, with a few of their other products there are claims to "help" or "may help" diseases such  such as infertility, anxiety, bipolar, ADHD in children, fibromyalgia, neuropathy, and cancer to name a few.  Can you say "deceptive"?  How do these people sleep at night????

I have no idea how they stay in business.

This product is a waste of time and money!  It does NOT work, period.


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#1 Consumer Comment

Wrong

AUTHOR: Clp - (U.S.A.)

 My husband is down 18 pounds in 10 days he feels great and hasn't changed his food plan. I'm sry to hear you didn't have success maybe you need a better up line to ask and get help with it. I love the program!

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#2 Author of original report

Thank You

AUTHOR: Dogluvr - ()

Dear Adam,

Thank you for taking the time to respond to my report, I'll be happy to answer your questions.

With regard to your little comment about my customers,  "Of course, since this didn't work for anyone, they will be requesting their money back and you will happily give back the profits you made, right?"

I told them all to send it back for a refund and most did because the product did not deliver the advertised claim of weight loss. Oh I forgot, it's not about weight loss is it?  It's about HEALTH... So that's how they grew so fast, by promoting "health"?  Really? NOT!  It became about health when the slim (not the accelrator, the drink) forumla was changed and sent out of the country for packaging and manufacturing, and for some unknown reason, nobody notified ambassadors of that little fact.

So in answer to your question of,  "At what point, after you made enough money, did you feel this was a rip-off?"  When I realized I had not been told the truth (aka:  I was not representing the product that had been presented to me) and people GAINED weight and blood sugars were WORSE for some and no change for others after taking Plexus.  Kind of a no-brainer, don't cha think?

People, paypoints and paychecks have dropped consistently since I joined the company over a year ago and are now dropping at a pace so fast they can't keep up. Pay points are based on sales, company profits - they have gone from $5.00 a paypoint a little over a year ago to $2.77 as of today.  So.... hmmmm.....  have you done the math?  It really doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure this one out.

 

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#3 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Adam - ()

If I understand what you are saying, you became an Ambassador (ie. a sales rep), sold their product(s) to at least 100 people for a profit (ie. YOU made money), now you are claiming fraud and you have no idea how the company stays in business?

So, the first 10, second 10, third 10, fourth 10, etc., people you sold it to who had no results was of no interest to you.  At what point, after you made enough money, did you feel this was a rip-off?

Of course, since this didn't work for anyone, they will be requesting their money back and you will happily give back the profits you made, right?

 

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