New LuLaRoe 1 BILLION Dollar Lawsuit Claims Company Is a ‘Pyramid Scheme’

In this gig economy where everyone seems to have a side hustle the thoughts of owning a business with the help of a parent company isn’t just a pipe dream. It’s now a reality. Think about it. Uber and Airbnb are just that. They allow you to earn extra income and be your own boss.

Then there are those gigs that supposedly offer you the opportunity to sell merchandise (be it makeup, Tupperware or clothes) relying on your network of friends and family. And, some of them use the pitch that you can earn even more money – and help those around you – if you get your pals to start their own mini-businesses too, selling these goods either at parties or on your own online store.

I tend to be wary of those types of schemes – usually because I hate pestering my friends to buy stuff off of me. But apparently one business called LuLaRoe is offering women the chance to empower themselves and others by selling clothes. Unfortunately two new lawsuits have been filed accusing the company of being nothing more than a pyramid scheme.

Models wearing LuLuRoe clothes
Credit: Instagram / @lularoe

Why are people calling LuLaRoe a pyramid scheme?

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Marissa Charles

Born and raised in London, Marissa Charles is an award-winning journalist who has written for newspapers and magazines around the world. Her work has appeared in publications in the UK, the US, Australia, South Africa and France. She loves writing about health, fitness, celebrities, true crime and human-interest stories Her byline has appeared in a variety of publications, including EBONY, the Daily Mail Online, The Guardian, Essence, the New York Post, Salon.com, Cosmopolitan.com, Elle.com and British Glamour. Marissa currently lives in Los Angeles, California. She has no children yet but is a proud – and at times embarrassing – godmother.

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