The Rodan & Fields “scam” may have been the most heinous scam, I can tell you that.
It’s the one where you’re trying to get a job with the company of the company’s founder, J.P. Fields, but you only just know it’s him because of the security footage and they keep taking the elevator down, so you have to take the stairs. You take the elevator up, and you’re about to enter the elevator again before realizing the security camera is just a trick of your mind.
A few days ago, the Rodan amp Fieldys scam started to spread. Rodan amp Fields, the company that made the above scam, got the attention of the FTC, which recently decided to file suit against the company and the executives that used the scam. The lawsuit says that the executives and shareholders in the company that made the scam, Rodan amp Fields, are victims of a massive fraud.
In this case, the FTC has decided to punish the company and the executives with a cease and desist order, which is essentially a cease and desist letter. While the FTC was not able to actually prove that the company has done anything wrong, it can say that they were not able to prove (1) that anyone in the company had anything to do with the scam, and (2) that these executives knew about the scam.
It’s really hard to tell if the fraud was actually committed, or if the executives just made it up. But it’s a pretty obvious scam that could have come from any number of sources.
As it turns out, Rodan & Fields was involved in some shady business dealings with the former owner of a small company that sold medical marijuana. The company made $7 million in revenue for the month of April. The company made this amount of money by using the $2.5 million in inventory from the marijuana company. The company made $9 million in revenue in the month of April. The company made this income by using inventory from the company that didn’t exist.
The company had to take legal action against the former owner of the company, after the company realized that he had not disclosed the inventory that he had been using to make the company’s income. The company’s former owner claimed that he had told Rodan amp Fields that the company was not going to be taxed on the inventory, but Rodan wasnt sure if he believed him or not.
Rodan amp Fields was never an actual company, and the fact that he apparently didnt tell anyone that he was using inventory from the company that didnt exist does not make the company legal. Also, the fact that this is a company that does not exist does not mean that it is not legal. The IRS is very concerned about tax-liability fraud. So, there is no way that this company is legal.
If we were to write the IRS right now, would they not be very concerned? If you are an inventory manager for a company that does not actually exist, it is very easy for you to get caught. Most companies do not have a website, or even a name, and in most cases, the company is completely unknown to the public. A company that does not exist is just as much a scam as a company that does exist, and one that is not legal.
A company that is not legal is one that makes lots of money off the backs of people it knows nothing about. Rodan & Fields is certainly a place that makes money, but it’s also a place that makes lots of money off the backs of other people who aren’t even its clients. Rodan & Fields makes a lot of money from inventory, but it also makes money from the inventory of other people.