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Huiqin Xiong signed up as a Jeunesse distributor in August, 2015. Xiong, who goes by the name “Helen”, claims to have lost “approximately $10,000” trying to work her Jeunesse business. On August 10th Xiong filed a class-action lawsuit against Jeunesse in California. Jeunesse Global and top distributor Kim Hui are named defendants in the suit. [Continue reading...]

Source: Jeunesse California class-action alleges “no retail” pyramid scheme

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