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SuccessPay4u Review: $25 in, $1375 out Ponzi cyclerThere is no information on the SuccessPay4u website indicating who owns or runs the business. The SuccessPay4u website domain (“successpay4u.com”) was registered on the 3rd of April 2015, however the domain registration is set to private. Further research reveals the official SuccessPay4u Facebook group list Nick Shanks as its sole admin. Shanks lists his Facebook profile [Continue reading…]
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India Hicks Combines Island Living With Storied British History
India Hicks may not exactly be a household name, but her name did make it into 750 million homes in the summer of 1981, when, at the tender age of 13, she served as Lady Diana Spencer’s bridesmaid in her wedding to Prince Charles, who is India’s godfather.
She is the great-great-great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria, daughter of famed interior designer David Nightingale Hicks and Lady Pamela Louise Hicks (née Mountbatten), an aristocrat who is a first cousin of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and a great-niece of the last tsarina of Russia, Alexandra Feodorovna.
Despite the amazing lineage, India has always remained quite down-to earth. Not only that, she has defied expectations for a young lady in her position every step of the way. So much so, it has become an integral part of her personal brand. “For me, it’s all about living an extraordinary life and making choices for yourself,” she says.
Today she is a model, mother, designer, rebel, savvy business woman and author of best-selling books promoting her vision of the perfectly curated island life. In her latest business venture, she is the founder of India Hicks, her namesake direct sales company in partnership with Los Angeles-based partners Konstantin Glasmacher, cofounder of HauteLook and Sole Society, and Nicholas Keuper, a former senior partner at Boston Consulting Group. Hicks has entered the e-commerce and direct sales arena with a bath and body, accessories and jewelry range.
In 1990, she graduated with honors from the New England School of Photography in Boston, then headed to New York City to continue modeling, landing campaigns with Ralph Lauren and J. Crew, as well as the cover of Tatler. She crisscrossed the globe both as a model and a backpacker, before meeting her future-husband David, a fellow Brit and friend of her older sister. She showed up unannounced to go diving in Harbour Island, where he was managing a hotel, and the rest, as they say, is history.
The two put down roots and renovated their home, Hibiscus Hill, before settling down and having four children together. As the family grew, so did their home, which now consists of four homes and guest houses. It was here that she developed her island style, which was lauded on The Landing, a historic, hurricane-battered Harbour Island property dating back to 1800, that she transformed into an endlessly chic boutique hotel.
Harbour Island has played a large role in all of her commercial ventures, as well as her three books: Island Life: Inspirational Interiors, Island Beauty: Natural Inspiration for Mind, Body and Soul and Rizzoli’s India Hicks Island Style, which was released in March 2015.
In recent years, Hicks has turned her designer’s eye to handbags and accessories for her namesake company, India Hicks. On one of the days we catch up with her, she is calling from Omaha, Neb., a rather humble spot for Hicks to spend time. Her travels to the far corners of the country illustrate the reach she is going for with her new line, which is sold through direct sales by more than 500 women all over the country.
“We spent the day at the home of this beautiful, generous woman, with all of her girlfriends,” explains Hicks. “They were really excited about the collection. They told me that shopping is very limited in Omaha, so it was quite nice [for them].”
It is with these (mostly female) representatives that the India Hicks London-Harbour Island line, consisting of beauty products, accessories and jewelry, come to life. “This is where stories are told — as passionately as I can tell them myself,” she says. And there are stories behind these items — amazing, jet-setting, historic and… royal ones.
Take, for example, the Duchess of Windsor bag, which is actually a computer case disguised as a chic handbag. “My grandparents knew her quite well and she truly was the most stylish woman in the world in the 1940s,” she says of the woman King Edward the VIII gave up his throne for, Wallis Simpson. “I always wanted to have what she had, hopping between her worlds Nassau, London and Paris, so I designed a bag that I think the Duchess of Windsor would have carried if she’d had a computer in 1940,” says Hicks with a laugh.
The Carmen Clutch is named after a friend of Lady Pamela’s mother, for who she is also named. “She was a wonderful Spanish aristocrat who ran off with a bull fighter. That’s the kind of woman that I aspire to be — one who stands on her own two feet, lives life very individually and doesn’t necessarily do what is expected of her,” she says.
This is exactly how she has chosen to live her own life, and it’s easy to see why the women selling her line would have fun embracing this spirit and making some of these stories their own.
“I really love the fact that [these items] aren’t sitting cold on a shelf in a department store somewhere,” says Hicks. It’s smart business, too. “If I were in retail, I’d never be able to be in 500 stores already.”
Direct sales also means she can penetrate remote markets that don’t have the kind of department stores that would stock these kind of items — places, not entirely unlike Harbour Island. The merchandise is in fact higher-end than one would generally associate with direct-sales products. “We manufacture through the Ralph Lauren factory, and we had our fragrances developed by IFF, one of the best fragrance houses in the world. That sets us apart straight away,” explains Hicks.
For years, Hicks has been known as something of a licensing maven, having India Hicks Island Living collections for Crabtree & Evelyn and HSN, and offering up a fine jewelry line via Bloomingdale’s. But this is the first time the reins are totally in her hands.
“I spent nine years with Crabtree & Evelyn, and I love what I learned there, but now I am actually building something [and] watching it grow in a way I wouldn’t do if I were licensing,” she says.
Hicks is only now starting to delegate some of the design process. “Every single detail is OK’d by me; nothing goes out that I haven’t seen. I don’t want to sound like a maniac, but I just want to make sure there is a very strong brand DNA.
People need to be able to see something and know it’s an India Hicks product. My fingerprints need to be all over it,” she says. And they are. After all, it is her life… her very essence that she’s selling.
Xip4Life Review: Kalpesh Patel heads up shades of ZeekThere is no information on the Xip4Life website indicating who owns or runs the business. The Xip4Life website domain (“xip4life.com”) was registered on the 9th of July 2015, listing “Christopher Bratta” as the owner. An address in the US state of Florida is also provided. The address used to register the Xip4Life domain is the [Continue reading…]
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Radiantly You Business Grew 1000% in 2014
Led by her passion to help others, a local woman has taken a proactive approach to offering health-conscious, eco-friendly consumers chemical- and toxic-free products through her emerging business, Radiantly You.
Melissa M. Brown, Certified Holistic Health Coach (CHHC), started her business in April 2011. Since then, she has been developing products for her direct sales company that are better for people, the environment and the future. Radiantly You offers a complete line of all-natural, organic products ranging from cleaning, health, baby and beauty products.
According to Brown, her company grew an astounding 1,000 percent last year. To accommodate the explosive sales, Brown and her husband, Nick, moved their family-owned business into Randolph’s historic 1906 Borden Milk Plant in March. The Browns are occupying the second floor they lease from the Ruhlman family, owners of Rand Machine Products in Falconer.
“We took the space mainly because of its size and the ability for us to grow,” she said. “With the sudden growth we had last year, we quickly outgrew the building on Jamestown Street.”
Brown sources the best sustainable ingredients possible for her company. While researching for an ethical supplier of raw palm oil, Brown discovered Eldad Umenjoh who works with the United Nations and World Bank. She said he resides in London and comes from a tiny village near Cameroon, Africa, where he grew up as a palm oil farmer. Umenjoh led her to the Anjong Young Farmers Group in West Africa that works together to harvest palm oil.
“In June 2014, I flew to Cameroon to obtain the raw palm oil,” she said. “For nearly two weeks, I was in the fields with the farmers and saw their operations. I explored the village and met the people. It was amazing and life-changing.”
During her stay, Brown noticed the school children didn’t have enough food. When she returned to the states, Brown and her consultants, Independent Wellness Guides, decided to raise money donating a percentage of their sales to feed the 120 children at the school.
According to Brown, the school never had the means to feed the children. Through the company’s mission work, Radiantly You has given back and fed the children for the 2014 school year and, on Sept. 8, they started their second year of feeding the children.
With only the headmistress and a teacher for the entire school, Radiantly You has also raised enough money to pay for an extra faculty member. The company has also contributed used clothing, books and other items they have sent over to the school. Brown said her company is helping put in toilets this year and, hopefully, running water.
“We wanted it to be ‘full-circle’ because we shouldn’t just buy from them (the farmer co-op),” she said. “While we are providing fair trade, which is better than they had ever gotten, we wanted to find ways we could help lift up the community even more.”
Brown said her company kept track of the numbers because they wanted to see the impact it had on the village. The results from the “seed program” showed school attendance was the highest it’s ever been and the students test scores are at an all-time high. She says it’s because the kids made sure they were in their seats to eat.
“It pushed this school into the position of No. 1 in the sub-division for Cameroon, so it’s enormous what impact we’ve had on the school,” she said. “As a result, more families are moving into the village because they know there are better services and opportunities there.”
In November 2014, Radiantly You was nominated by the Academy of MLM for “Start-Up Company of the Year.” The company’s All Natural Counter Spray was nominated as a Better Homes and Gardens “Best New Products of 2014.” Radiantly You has Independent Wellness Guides in all 50 states and continues to be a quickly growing network marketing company on a mission.
The couple has four children between the ages of four months and four years old. When asked how they juggle business and family, Brown said Nick is the president of the company and works beyond full-time hours, which is helpful. She’s OK with the fact that her life isn’t too balanced right now.
“I’m either heavily engrossed in my children or I’m heavily engrossed in the business,” she said. “I try not to mix the two, so I can give each thing the amount of time it needs. A family support system helps us in this venture and we have an amazing nanny.”
Brown said she is really excited about building a business in Randolph because it’s where they live and it’ll do a lot of good for the community in the future.
“We’re staying here to create jobs,” she said. “Obviously, I could produce anywhere or subcontract it out, but we want to keep it in-house to create as many jobs for the local residents as we can.”
According to an email from founder Mike Deese to it’s 200,000 members, My Advertising Pays (MAPS) has closed down the USA market. The official reason is a decline in the US:
“We have battled with this decision. After careful consideration and extensive consultation with our Legal Team, MAP Executives, Tax Advisors, Financial Advisors and European MAP Leaders, we have unfortunately decided to completely pull out of the American marketplace.
The decision comes on the heels of a declining marketplace in the US for our company. It simply isn’t profitable for us to remain engaged there. Over 90% of our business already comes from Europe, while we are catering to the US members by operating in US currency.
It doesn’t make good business sense to continue operating in a place and expending valuable resources in a market that’s steadily declining. We are going to focus on the place where we are wanted and are making huge strides. This is strictly a business decision we’ve had to make based on the numbers”.
However in the same message MAPS stated:
“If you are an American Citizen; If you legitimately have citizenship in another country, can legally operate from it, and can prove it, you will need to contact our support department and provide this proof before we will change anything in your profile for you.
This points to lack of compliance for the USA market, to say it in a diplomatic way…
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CVSL Inc. and its direct-selling subsidiaries, The Longaberger Company and Agel Enterprises, filed a motion in Franklin County Common Pleas Court to dismiss Tami Longaberger’s lawsuit seeking repayment of $1 million in loans.
CVSL alleges in its Monday filing that all of Tami Longaberger’s claims fall within the scope of the arbitration provision in the employment agreement between CVSL and Tami Longaberger, so the loan repayment issue should be settled in binding arbitration.
In addition, CVSL alleges Tami Longaberger’s actions during her employment damaged the companies “far in excess” of the amount she seeks.
“In fact, CVSL and TLC have responded to plaintiff’s arbitration demand with multiple counterclaims directed to the seriously damaging actions plaintiff took while employed with them, including breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, negligence, conversion, misappropriation of company funds, civil theft, breach of contract, and misappropriation of trade secrets,” CVSL states in its motion.
Tami Longaberger, the former Longaberger CEO who earlier this year left the company her father founded, sued CVSL and the two subsidiaries on Aug. 12, seeking repayment of three loans she made to the financially-strapped companies last year. The loans were due to be repaid in June and July, she alleged.
Tami Longaberger filed an arbitration demand the same day as she filed the lawsuit, CVSL states. The loan repayment issue is only part of the disputes to be resolved in arbitration, CVSL states.
“The parties thus agreed that any dispute arising out of plaintiff’s employment relationship with CVSL, TLC or their subsidiaries would be settled via arbitration,” CVSL argues.
Tami Longaberger, who now lives in New York, stated in April 28 and May 29 resignation letters that CVSL cut her salary by $600,000, reduced her responsibilities, gave another executive authority over her and caused Longaberger to fail to pay taxes to several states, forcing some to seek payment from her personally.
CVSL stated on June 1 it had terminated Tami Longaberger on May 27 because she had an inappropriate personal relationship with a subordinate Longaberger executive, refused to work with the sales field and rarely showed up at the Newark corporate office.
Tami Longaberger joined her father’s company in 1984, became president in 1994 and led the basket-maker since her father died in 1999. It was a $1 billion business in 2000, when it employed more than 8,200 people.
John Rochon Jr., vice chairman of CVSL, took over as Longaberger chairman, president and CEO, following Tami Longaberger’s departure.
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In just five years of operation, The Primerica Foundation has become one of Georgia’s Top 25 Corporate Foundations, according to an annual ranking by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Corporate giants such as Coca-Cola, UPS and Aflac top the list, which recognizes Georgia’s leading company-sponsored foundations based on total giving. Since its founding in 2011, The Primerica Foundation has provided more than $4 million in funding to programs across Georgia and the Metro Atlanta area, where the company is based.
As the charitable arm of financial services provider Primerica, the foundation focuses on initiatives that help move families into self-sufficiency, according to foundation Chairman Karen Fine Saltiel. “We also fund programs and organizations that enhance our communities and the quality of life for all residents, because we believe in a holistic approach to achieving self-sufficiency.”
In an example of Primerica’s community outreach, the foundation recently partnered with Junior Achievement of Georgia, an organization that works with local business and community volunteers to provide real-world training to students. Primerica is participating in the newly opened JA Discovery Center at Gwinnett, an interactive learning facility that allows students to be an “adult for a day.” The center’s Primerica storefront will teach basic financial principles to the 25,000 middle school students expected to visit the site each year.
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LifeWave Launches Alavida Skincare
Health and wellness company LifeWave has launched Alavida, a new range of skin care products that claims to address skin related issues from the inside out.
According to the company, until now, most skincare products have only focused on 50 percent of the problem—treating skin from the outside in with moisturizers, ointments and other topical formulas. By addressing skin care from the inside out and the outside in, LifeWave offers the first solution that addresses 100 percent of the problem.
At the heart of this revolutionary approach is the Company’s patented patch technology. The leading provider in phototherapy patches, LifeWave’s proprietary technology uses light to provide a wide range of health and wellness benefits. After years of research and development, LifeWave scientists have now found a way to apply the healing properties of phototherapy to skincare.
According to LifeWave CEO and Founder, David Schmidt: “Light plays an important role in the health of the human body, and the science of phototherapy has been in use for well over 100 years. So using light to illicit very specific reactions within the body is a highly effective and fast way to improve overall health.”
Using light emitted by the body’s own heat, The Alavida Phototherapy Patch stimulates the skin to specifically help reduce oxidative stress and preserve antioxidants inside the body. So without using any drugs or chemicals, the patch helps promote the regeneration of the skin’s radiance from the inside out.
“We conducted a huge study on the Alavida Phototherapy Patch and all of the markers show a reduction in oxidative stress and free radicals,” says Dr. Thorton Streeter, DSc for the Centre for Biofield Sciences. “This is a fantastic endorsement for LifeWave, a perfect kind of skin care that inspires the body to heal itself.”
Developed with a 30-year cosmetic industry veteran, the Daily Refresh Facial Nectar and Nightly Restore Facial Créme complete the Alavida Regenerating Trio. Both of these topical formulas contain 98.6% naturally-derived, plant-based ingredients and both provide hydrating, anti-aging benefits.
“If you really want to have radiant and beautiful looking skin, you need to first have healthy skin,” says David Schmidt. “With the Alavida Phototherapy patch, you can improve the appearance of your skin, by improving its health from the inside out. Combine that with the Nectar and Crème, which work from the outside in, and you have an entirely new approach to skin care.”
Founded in 2004, LifeWave is a health technology company with product distribution in over 100 countries. LifeWave’s product line includes patented, proprietary patch technology that provides a myriad of health benefits without the need for drugs, stimulants or needles entering the body. LifeWave also offers a breakthrough, caffeine-free, stimulant-free nutrition line, which produces results within minutes of use. Headquartered in San Diego, California, LifeWave is a privately held company and a member of the Direct Selling Association (DSA).
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