Nu Skin Under Investigation In China For Pyramid-Scheme Allegations
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Chinese officials are investigating allegations that Nu Skin perpetrated “illegal multi-level marketing activities” in the country. Nu Skin is conducting its own review, already having identified policy infractions among its sales representatives during the firm’s recent period of rapid growth in China, and is pausing its recruitment efforts to cooperate with regulatory authorities and improve its training programs.
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