There is a lot of generalized fallacy in this article. They derive their opinion about Usana's structure because is it a MLM company and then make assumptions.
The most important deception in this article is that it states that Vitamin and Supplement companies do not have to submit to FDA regulations. This is a true fact, but USANA volunteered their product to be tested by the FDA and has been ranked by a third party laboratory as the top Vitamin Supplement for 12 years in a row. They have over 700 Olympian level athletes who trust their brand and have committed to their safety by offering $1 million to any athlete of theirs traced with banned substances.
This company is a MLM for sure. The major problem with people's reviews of these are that its all up to the individual. Lazy people sign up for MLM programs trying to get rich quick and aren't willing to put in the effort make it happen.
USANA is above board as a company and I trust them. Also, in case you were wondering. I'm not a seller/distributor/associate of USANA. I've just done my research. I don't profit from this review, but I felt it was my job to set a few things straight.
Thanks fellow humans!