MLM Yoli News XanGo suing former top distributors, Evan Kopelson, Julie Booz, JHBLifestyles, Robin Van Der Merwe, Edgar B. Jones and Yoli Founders Corey Citron, Brookside Management, Michael Prichard, Robby Fender, Professional Marketing, Daren Falter, Value Direct Marketing.
Now the reason I find this a hypocritical move on the part of XanGo is because their own history is not clean.
Back in 2003 Tahishin Noni (Noni) settled their lawsuit in a sealed agreement so we do not know the outcome. But from reviewing the suit we do know it involved breach of contract, stealing proprietary secrets and much more…
And in June of this year, the Supreme Court of Utah rulled in favor of minority shareholders who sued XanGo for Breach of Fiduciary Responsibility. Read it here!
In both of the above cases, the suits were or are very high dollar suits. In the case of the against the Yoli founders and distributors, it’s hardly worth bickering over.
Now please don’t get me wrong. $2,000,000.00 is a lot of money for the average reps. But we are talking about a multi-million dollar launch.
I hate to see these kind of suits because it doesn’t help the distributors in either company nor the image of our profession.
Let’s just pray this gets settles fast, so both companies and their distributors can continue to grow and not be distracted.
And, as a favor to me and the rest of the profession, I would like to ask the yoli distribors and the xango distributors to just go build their businesses and not try and belittle each other over this crap.
Never Give Up,