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Report: #1165913

Complaint Review: Green Essentials Marketing - Internet

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  • Reported By: dbr90 — San Diego California
  • Green Essentials Marketing Internet USA

Green Essentials Marketing Melaleuca, Jessica Miech, Connie Ehrhard, Frank VenderSloot MLM Pyramid Scam. Will waste your time if you are searching for job. internet

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Was job hunting and came across a listing for a home-based telecommute position titled "Looking for Individuals with Customer Service Experience." I applied and got a sketchy, vague, templated email from Jessica Miech (cleancourse@gmail.com) giving me dates that they were holding "online briefings" (the dates were off by a year btw). I picked a date and time and waited. I was told I would be receiving a call from Jessica at 307-399-4522 at 10:30 am. I waited until about 10:45 and still no call, so I went back to work. She called me at 10:55, but since I was already back at my current job I counldn't answer. We set up another time, but once again I waited 20 mins after the scheduled time and went back to work. She called a half hour late again but I was unable to answer. I emailed her to set up a THIRD time to talk on the phone about the job and we agreed that she would call me at 11:30. I waited until NOON (a half hour) before calling her. When she answered I asked if she was planning on calling me, to which she replied, "Oops! I went to make lunch and totally forgot!" I should've just hung up then and there. She talked to me for about 5 mins and told em to go to some website where they were having an online briefing of the position and conference call with Connie Ehrhard (201-479-4595). 

 

I called into the conference call and Connie began going over the products that Melaleuca offers. I applied to a position with Green Essentials Marketing, and now I was being told the company I would be working for was Melaleuca. She had a vague powerpoint presentation to accompany the call and it had no information on the job, the company, only the "amazing" products they offer. I knew it was going to be a scam, but thought I would hear her out for a bit longer to see if I was wrong. Unfortunately, I was right all along. She went on and on about the products and how amazing they are, blah blah blah and I finally hung up after wasting a half hour in the call. I did some online research and found quite a bit about Melaleuca and its CEO Frank VanderSloot. He is a big MLM guy and made billions off of creating these pyramid scams and suckering people into it. 

 

If you are approached by any of these people of companies, DO NOT PURSUE. They will only waste many hours of your time in order to try and get you to buy their bs products and program. Just do a google search of the CEO or the company and you will understand what I'm talking about. 

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