In short: vemma
From the US Federal Trade Commission’s webpage.
No, joining vemma doesn’t make you an “entrepreneur”. It doesn’t make you a cut above the rest. It doesn’t even make you remotely innovative. If a business seems too good to be true, 99% of the time IT REALLY IS. a pyramid scheme will inevitably end, and no one in their right minds will see your ‘experience’ in Vemma and WANT to hire you afterwards. There is no credibility, no ethic, nothing. Literally, their marketing technique is utilizing your need to make money in the laziest way possible. So, sure, you might be making some money now, but you can’t recruit suckers forever. Pyramid schemes were made to benefit the top by building the bottom. Trust me, you think you’re somewhere near the top? You’re not. There are millions of teenagers above you in this pyramid. When the company caves in on itself, you will be at the bottom, and you will not recover your losses.