OK, I'm officially not dreaming, because I saw it on Herbalife's own web site. This is the best news I've seen this whole month. FINALLY, Herbalife admits that the signs are making the company look bad and that government agencies are onto them. I'll be more than happy to see a major reduction in street spam around here.
>OK, I'm officially not dreaming, because >I saw it on Herbalife's own web site.
I'm having trouble believing it also, but it looks like it's true. "Stop breaking laws" should be the title of the document. What a wonderful approach to running a "business".
I enjoyed the line, "...many government agencies and institutions are not only banning the use of advertising signs in public areas...", like it's a new thing. I believe that most states have had laws on the books for decades.
I'll have to start checking laws re: the use of flyers - particularly on cars. I've had a few dropped on me lately, and I think it's considered littering. Why should I have to clean someone else's crap off my car.
And, as always, keep hunting those "I buy houses" signs and other offenders. Three cheers.
One of the first things I will do after May 1st is report the entire ebusinessforyou.net domain to Herbalife for their relentless spamming. Since ebusinessforyou is part of the Newest Way to Wealth pyramid scam, their days may be numbered anyways. However, I will keep applying pressure.