LifePharm Global Network — Laminine Affiliate Distributor Program
The first thing to happen will probably be that you get drawn in to LifePharm by one of their existing affiliates/distributors trying to sell you on their current scam of a product Laminine. The real sell isn't on YOU buying the product it's selling you the $1, 100 membership fee to become a distributor or affiliate. Then you're supposed to go out and do the same thing the person who brought you in did to other people you meet.
I caught on really quick and within my "30 day trial" of 'membership' I got out. I told them to cancel my account, that their system seemed like a total scam and I'd prefer to partner with anyone but them. Well they cancelled my affiliate account but mysteriously within a week I started getting a MASSIVE amount of spam.
It seemed LifePharm was not happy that I had seen through the smoke and didn't pay them to be a member and go out to sell my friends and family on their scam of an affiliate program or magic pills. My email address continues to be spammed by companies I have never done business with and who have obviously purchased my info from LifePharm.
There's no way to get ahold of LifePharm people once you've cancelled your account. I have sent several emails asking if they sell their former customers' personal information but there have been no replies. LifePharm applied to be a member in the Direct Selling Association (DSA.org) which is a business association many MLM companies partner with. It adds a layer of credibility. Well within DAYS LifePharm backed out of DSA membership. What does that tell you?