The pink card had the standard Herbalife "42 people to lose weight now" ad with a website "www.Healthy2BeHappy.com".
The unusual thing about the websites is that the "www.Dreamwork4You.com" did not reference Herbalife but just promised riches. However, the "www.Healthy2BeHappy.com" website did show pictures of Herbalife pill products, thus making the obvious connection between the "Work at Home" ads and Herbalife, which I had always thought that Herbalife sellers were not allowed to do.
I removed most of the cards, and, while I was doing so, a YMCA employee thanked me.
PS: Herbalife apparently has a new slogan "Mothers and Others", but the same old get-rich pitch.
#4. "RE: Herbalife - Work at Home connection" In response to Reply # 0
We see some of the same in our area, but very rare. As a general rule it will be on the gas pumps at the Walmarts. I normally pull the entire packet, which is normally attached with a pocket spam holder, tear it in half, trash it by the pump. I can normally clean up four pumps while getting fuel.
On the windshield spam, I try and make contact with the shopping center manager or property owner and tell thme what a mess the flyers are making. It gets their attention, when you point out just how mujch it's costing them to clean it up.