Liberty Travel Insurance Singapore Review : Multilevel Marketing: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Liberty Travel Insurance Singapore Review Video

Liberty Travel Insurance Singapore Review

Multilevel Marketing: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Multilevel Marketing: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Multilevel marketing companies claim to be legitimate businesses, but some seem awfully…pyramid shaped. John Oliver and Jaime Camil demonstrate how they work.

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  1. You're going to go outside get into your silver Mercedes do a bump of coke off of a hookers' titty speed through a school zone because fuck them you're a big shot now blow through cross walks get to the bank and withdraw money out the bank checking or savings sir you don't care because you're flush $123,456,789.10 move that fucking product suckers!

  2. I grew up in LA playing on a hockey team with Michael O. Johnson (the CEO of Herbalife's) son as my goalie…this is so awk. I knew Herbalife was B.S. for a while, but this is just truly sad

  3. LOL, how altruistic! Businessmen who want you to buy their product because it's good for you!
    Philanthropy at it's finest. How kind.
    We can all drive Lamborghinis and fly in fighter jets and have toilet bowls made from pure gold!
    Everyone gets a participation trophy!

  4. I was working for Zepter in Hungary and my bosses were making decent money from hard work. You didn't need to buy any of the products yourself just to sell it and maybe recruit others. I quit because I did not have the necessary sales skills and the stomach to exaggerate the benefits of their products to elderly people. Their products are quite good but expensive too, especially for the Eastern European market to satisfy all the commissions for people on the ladder.

  5. I can remember my ex wife getting extremely mad because I wouldn't support her in her Amway crap. I didn't go to the meetings, sell to my friends, or even get excited about it. Didn't make a dime. However, I did like their washing detergent.

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