View Full Version : Income At Home Exposed, as heard on the radio.

03-17-2014, 12:22 PM
This opportunity gets advertised on a lot of radio shows by some well known names. SURPRISE, it's Herbalife, below is a brief analysis of the numbers. Probably better to check it out before you end up on a suckers list.

Herbalife lures consumers to invest in its "business opportunity" as "Supervisors" - and requires them to buy up to $3,000 of products. An independent analysis of Herbalife's actual commission payments revealed a top-loaded pay plan in which 85% of all commissions are transferred to less than 1% of distributors at the top, and financial losses suffered by 99% of the rest of the distributors. 60% of the "Supervisors" quit within a year. The average Herbalife payment to the Supervisors is just $10.55 a week. Herbalife must replace all the dropouts each year.


IncomeAtHome.com Exposed (http://www.incomeathomeexposed.com/)

Here's the list of radio hosts & shows that are currently listed as advertisers/endorsers of IncomeAtHome.com.

Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Delilah, Dr. Laura, Anthony Valary, Joe, Bartlett, Todd Schnitt, Mark Levin, Roger Hedgecock, Jason Lewis, Michael Savage, Bill Press, Randi Rhodes, Neal Boortz, Todd N Tyler, Slow James with R Dub!, Sybil Wilkes, Tom Joyner, Charlie Tuna, The Art Laboe Show, George Noory, Yolanda Adams, Shirley Strawberry, Coast To Coast, Steve Harvey, Rick & Bubba, Laura Ingraham, Praise 106.5

03-17-2014, 12:33 PM
In poking around a little it looks as if they may be pushing Veema in addition to, or instead of. I linked the 2013 earnings disclosure that kschang had posted, same mathematically improbable nonsense.

Is incomeathome.com on it's way to retirement? First they dump Herbalife & re-brand under Veema, and now .... Based on the new radio ads that have started to hit the airwaves, it would appear that PaidAtHome.com is the new version of the same old IncomeAtHome scam, and that Income At Home is on it's way out. ... The PaidAtHome radio ads are virtually identical to the basic [non-radio host endorsed] IncomeAtHome.com ads that ran for years. The same talk radio hosts featured on the home page [Screw you Dr. Laura, Sean Hannity & Sybil Wilkes] Seriously, I think that the only thing they actually changed was the word 'Income' for the word 'Paid'. And, they changed the website colors from blue to orange.


03-18-2014, 12:15 PM
This site used to list all of the radio hosts pushing Herbalife - since the recent controversy, it's disappeared:

You can find some it's old photos on Pinterest here:
Pin by Income At Home on Everyone Wants To Be A Star | Pinterest (http://www.pinterest.com/pin/499336677404510679/)

03-19-2014, 10:08 AM
I have noticed the newspapers don't have as many ads as they used to trying to lure folks into 'being their own boss' and making loads of money. Looks like they have upped their eddy on your post above showing an investment of $3,000. God help the poor suckers who fall for that one!