Friday, May 17, 2013

Mannatech Brings in Premiere Shaklee Scam Artist, Bo Short to Sell Sugar Pills to MLM Victims and People Afflicted with Serious Illness

Experts Target Bo Short's new Pyramid Scam, Mannatech

Mannatech and Bo Short

In the 1990's, a child suffering a horrendous genetic disease called Tasach's, tried Mannatech pills. Next, Mannatech distributors took the nude child's photo and used it to promote the effectiveness of their placebo products, stating that it helped treat the boy, who died shortly after taking them. Distributors used the photo despite nearly seven years of the late boy's mother requesting that they stop. Mannatech was ordered to pay her $750,000 as a result. read more.

One site shows you Mannatech distributors' real average earnings. You'll be surprised by number of people scammed.

And so we are left with Mannatech, the viral pyramid scheme defrauding victims with fake business opportunity by publishing illicit photos of nude dying children to boost its snake oil claims. This sounds like an opportunity for Bo Short.  

Bo Short: A History of Fraud

In December, 2012 Shaklee came under international fire when "Shaklee Victims United" worked with a team of web experts to expose evidence of fraud and the presence of an illegal pyramid scheme at

The site caught the attention of national pyramid scheme experts Dr. Jon M. Taylor and Robert Fitzpatrick, who added it to their list of MLM schemes to avoid. The ground-breaking site by Shaklee Victims United exposes fraudulent claims made by Bo Short, as well as a technique used by Shaklee distributors to misinform the public by use of fake websites, a term mlm experts call Hacker SEO. The effort correlates with a 23% drop in Shaklee's OTC stock, SKLEF.

Yesterday, Shaklee's Bo Short announced he was leaving the company for Mannotech. Experts strongly suspect that the evidence against Bo Short made him a liability to Shaklee, causing his ouster.

Mannatech to Fall Under SEO Attack by Victims Group

Shaklee Victims United along with the nation's top MLM experts are, "...determined to do for Mannatech victims what we did for Shaklee victims," according to contributing author, Jonathan Brand. "So long as Bo Short is involved in Mannatech, we will be waging a campaign of correct information about Bo Short and Mannatech with help from the nation's top MLM experts," says Brand, "You can expect to see our efforts and effectiveness doubled in the case of Mannatech, should they move forward with plans to use con-artist Bo Short... The truly motivating factor for us here is that Mannatech appears to target people with serious illness and offer them snake oil. While incorporating a mid-level con-artist like Bo Short into snake oil sales is a very natural fit, our SEO response will be quite natural as well." A large-scale exposure of the facts through SEO is said to be underway against Mannotech and Bo Short.

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And here's more on Mannatech's fake cures for sick children...

Oh no sir don't do it. Please don't draw a pyramid and get creepy.


  1. I'm not involved with Mannatech or Shaklee.. but I know the claims against Mannatech were eventually proven as false and their science was backed up with double placebo, third-party, testing. The company has changed drastically and is no longer the same company to which you have described here. Targeting people with illnesses hasn't been a sales tactic in quite some time from what I am hearing. And if you look at their commission plan, you'll see they're no where close to being a pyramid scheme. Please don't try to ruin a company before you get to know them. Do some research for yourself.. don't just assume. Bo Short didn't join Mannatech to sell its' products. He is not an Associate of Mannatech. Again, I'm not involved with Mannatech. I take the products, but that's it. I have no interest in being a salesman.

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  3. Mannatech is such a scam dude - I fot conviced to join and lost more than %400. look at it-

  4. Brand you need to get a life! I saved my house in '09 with my pyramid scheme as you like to call them. Get a damn life! Who died and made you a law expert and a caretaker of people of the earth? They are not babies. You don't need to protect them. What happened in your childhood that has you so bent on protecting people making them like they can't stand up for themselves? Get a life!

    1. I do not believe that an MLM scheme saved your house, coach. If you like sugar pills or magnets or whatever glyconutrient ambrotose potions Mannatech sells, then by all means you should continue to buy them. Clearly they are working because you're able to pick an online fight with a whistle blower trying to warn people about fraud. You wrote, "You don't need to protect them" (from mannatech) but the most interesting was your thesis that something happened in my childhood to make me warn others when there's danger. When there is an imminent danger, you warn the crowd. It's an evolutionary strategy/trait most people are born with. That brings me to to sociopaths and multilevel marketing cults like Mannatech. May I ask if something happened in your childhood that makes you gravitate to product-based pyramid schemes?