Vemma - Fountain of Youth or Cult

Wow!!!

I guess it’s because I’m in sales and people think that I have a ton of contacts that would benefit the “business” side of the network marketing Vemma campaign…but does anyone else get hit up on this???

These guys are more persistent and numerous than the Jehova’s Witness.

Apparently this product cures cancer and autism, reverses aging, can make the deaf hear again, the blind see and will make you independently wealthy all at the same time.

Is anyone else getting solicited every other day by a Vemmite like I am?
Is anyone on here a devout Vemmite?
Is the product legit?
Is it a doomsday cult?

Or am I simply trapped inside my own isolated Vemma-themed episode of Groundhog Day!?!?!

Never heard of them.

Wow!!!

Can’t believe no one else has run into this.

http://www.vemma.com/

They are apparently now a major sponsor at Bobcats arena and are crawling all over Cabarrus County.

Be on the look out!!!

will Vemma show people the truth?

[quote=“TRLeader, post:4, topic:23057”]Wow!!!

Can’t believe no one else has run into this.

http://www.vemma.com/

They are apparently now a major sponsor at Bobcats arena and are crawling all over Cabarrus County.

Be on the look out!!![/quote]

This is a pretty clever way to spread the word about your cult… but im down

VIVA LA REVOLUTIONARIO!

[quote=“TRLeader, post:4, topic:23057”]Wow!!!

Can’t believe no one else has run into this.

http://www.vemma.com/

They are apparently now a major sponsor at Bobcats arena and are crawling all over Cabarrus County.

Be on the look out!!![/quote]

I here their MO is to feign knowledge about the product, complain about the agressive sales tactics then post links to the website to increase awareness but I have yet to see it in action. Just a rumor I suppose. I’ll check it out ;D .

I’ve tried the energy drink before… it tastes pretty good, but I don’t really recall getting much of a boost from it.