Two local LaLaRoe consultants voice opinions of the MLM company

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LuLaRoe specializes in selling comfy clothing, most noticeable are their leggings with creative designs. The multilevel marketing company grew exponentially a few years ago with LuLaRoe consultants in many communities — often more than one.


Now it seems things have gone south for the company and today Amazon will air a docuseries “LuLaRich.” It promises to be a hard-hitting series chronicling stories told by disillusioned former LuLaRoe consultants. This four-part docuseries dives deep into the story of LuLaRoe, that earlier this year settled a lawsuit alleging that the MLM was operating as a pyramid scheme.

From a Daily Reporter Facebook call out, it seems that at one time, local LuLaRoe consultants were easy to find. Now a search for consultants yielded about four still actively selling the product.

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Crystal Hyslop, of Reading, is currently a consultant. She has a positive relationship with the company with an active Facebook group, where she showcases the casual, comfortable LuLaRoe clothing her customers love.

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