Why Women Are Quitting Their Side Hustle: Leaving LuLaRoe

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, May 22, 2019
  • LuLaRoe, a multi-billion dollar company that skyrocketed to success by attracting an army of women to sell their colorful patterned clothes is now facing numerous lawsuits calling the company a “pyramid scheme.”

    Thousands of women who have bought into the LuLaRoe legging empire in hopes of getting rich quick has since left. We talk to three women about their experiences as LuLaRoe consultants and why they decided to leave the controversial MLM behind.

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  • Source: https://youtu.be/L6eujSJ0-RU


  • For Kids By Kids

    For Kids By Kids

     40 minutes ago

    I always see people selling there inventory on offer and cl now I know why

  • Katie Tidwell

    Katie Tidwell

     3 hours ago


  • Globs


     4 hours ago

    Your "tree'"? Sounds like pyramid scheme to me

  • Mystic_Rose


     6 hours ago

    2.2K thumbs down?

    Must be all the Luluroe sellers that have been swindled.

  • Am13470


     7 hours ago

    I would not be caught dead in those clothes they are so ugly!

  • Kamila Ferens

    Kamila Ferens

     11 hours ago

    All scam aside, I would not wear any of it even if i would get it for free...O.o

  • Thue Iggs

    Thue Iggs

     11 hours ago

    Am I the only one who noticed the LV purse was not in the dust bag or box?

  • Christopher Bevins

    Christopher Bevins

     17 hours ago +1

    Vice used to be good

  • Lecynia Marie

    Lecynia Marie

     22 hours ago

    Did she say Tijuana? For surgery? What's that got to do with homely britches? I dont trust anything with a cutesy name. Luluroeanniemayruthiequebettybabysugarsuemyass.

  • Lecynia Marie

    Lecynia Marie

     22 hours ago

    Who buying Facebook pants? They made a show about this recruiting scheme called On becoming God in central Florida. If we had a fair economy, people wouldn't be so damn desperate and gullible.

  • Jaxie MacGregor

    Jaxie MacGregor

     23 hours ago

    I never heard of this company before this video. my word these clothes are truly ugly.

  • Lisa Saddler

    Lisa Saddler


    Bet their suppliers were from China, India, or Pakistan.

  • Kasey291



    Goodness I’m so happy that I never bought or got sucked into this black hole

  • All-Time Alien

    All-Time Alien


    It’s their fault for being dumb enough to fall for this shit.

  • All-Time Alien

    All-Time Alien


    Bunch of morons

  • Ivory Tower

    Ivory Tower


    Man, those clothes are hideous. Like literally the stuff that you still have after the garage sale is over.

  • Danielle Goyette

    Danielle Goyette


    The woman who made it to the top should've started saving from the beginning instead of spending 10k on dinner and 4kish on a bag. This company could've done a lot better if they kept up with the quality and stored their products properly.

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    Billionaire Bit Club


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  • kyla fish

    kyla fish


    I would've loved to see a longer documentary on this !! it was super interesting.

  • Alivia


     yesterday +1

    My mom almost started selling this brand and I had to get her way away from it😂 The material isn’t the greatest quality