Consumers, Community Leaders Detail Herbalife Deceptions In New Statewide Video Campaign

Inbox Chicago, IL— In an effort to raise public awareness about the predatory practices of multi-level marketing nutrition company Herbalife, dozens of Illinoisans will share on camera how they were exploited by a business built on false promises of financial success and good health.

Faces of Fraud: The Real Victims of Herbalife is a grassroots initiative supported by local business, faith-based, and community-based organizations across the state that are particularly concerned with Herbalife’s focus on recruiting members of low-income Hispanic and Latino communities into the scheme.

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Campaign against Herbalife’s deceptions

The campaign will launch its opening exhibition in Chicago amidst an ongoing probe of Herbalife by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan. The U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission, and New York Attorney General are also investigating the company.

For more information visit: Faces of Fraud

One by one, victims are standing up to tell their story. They will be heard. #FacesofFraud

Posted by Faces of Fraud: The Real Victims of Herbalife on Friday, December 4, 2015

What:

Faces of Fraud: The Real Victims of Herbalife video exhibition

When:

Wednesday, December 9th from 10:00 AM—2:00 PM

Media is invited to attend anytime

Where:

The Atrium Chicago

James R. Thompson Center

100 W. Randolph St.

Chicago, IL 60601

Who:

Maria Elena Jonas, Hispanic American Community Education and Services

Stephanie Kops, Brighton Park Neighborhood Council

Victims will be available for interviews as requested.