I signed up with these scumbags in December 2010. Before giving them my money, I spent some time researching them. I googled the name, and of course found a few bad reviews; but for the most part people were singing their praises. I then looked them up on the BBB website, where I found 58 total complaints, of which 48 had been resolved, over a 3 year period. This is a pretty good record when compared to reputable companies, some have hundreds of complaints a year. I reviewed randomly several of the complaints, and found nothing suspicious; it seemed the company had gone out of their way to satisfy these individuals. The way I got sucked in is much the same as what I’ve been seeing on these ripoff report sites – lots of enthusiasm, and talk of all the money to be made doing this marketing scheme – they make you feel special by telling you you’ll be a poster child for their infomercial success testimonials. These people must be some pretty skilled scammers with lots of practice; in order to have made them-selves look that good on paper, while stealing everyone’s money. They got me for almost $8000. How can you protect yourself from a scam when they cover their tracks so well? It still blows my mind that I couldn’t find any real dirt on these weasels beforehand. I will continue to make efforts towards getting my money back, but I seriously doubt that will ever happen. Be aware people, that the fact that you don’t find bad news about the company you’re dealing with, doesn’t mean they won’t rip you off. On a side note, if any of you scumbags from FLS read this; you in particular Jon Lewis, I hope and pray you will try to retaliate in some way. You have my information, come and see me, I dare ya.