Compliance Corner – Yahoo! News Story

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On February 5, 2016, Jamie Reno, a Yahoo! News reporter, authored an article titled “Ben Carson, Mannatech and Me” that described his cancer battle and experience with Ambrotose® complex. While we understand that Mr. Reno is relating his personal experience with our products, his assertion that he can make unsubstantiated claims about our products is incorrect. We would like to reiterate and remind our Associates, customers, and the general public that our products do not treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent any diseases or conditions.

Please note: Mr. Reno has never sold any Mannatech products or participated in Mannatech’s business building opportunity.

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  • Peggy_from_Porcupine

    where is the rest of the story? This part the came in an email from Global Communications:

    “… We urge you not to share or comment on this article in reference to any Mannatech products or when building your business. Please do not share on any social media platform, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Tumblr, blog sites, or any other social media channels. Sharing or mentioning this article in reference to our products or the business opportunity will be in violation of the Associate Policies & Procedures and will be subject to compliance review.

    “We appreciate your continued cooperation and support in building a compliant business with Mannatech. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Business Ethics team at businessethics@mannatech.com or refer to your Associate Policies & Procedures.”

    Why is this not posted with the rest of what yo have on the board?

  • susanfrederick

    In this article, someone who has never made a dime from Mannatech is simply sharing what happened to him. He made no claims–in fact he said more than once that he could not prove that the positive changes in his health were a result of the Mannatech products. He simply said he could not explain it any other way.