Steve & Mandie Nickerson

Passive Income Scam

doTERRA knowingly allowed an illegal pyramid scheme called AutoMagic to operate for over a year. Here’s the back story. May 2018, a Canadian duo named, Steve and Mandie Nickerson started promoting a passive income program claiming it was designed to lift people out of debt, and give people financial freedom. Sounds to be to be true, right? Well, this duo first sold their marketing program to friends and family, and these people then promoted and sold the program to their friends and family, and so forth. The Nickerson’s recorded webinars and used these webinars to sell the program. At first they didn’t mention doTERRA’s name, but they used doterra’s compensation structure and commission charts claiming how much Diamond Level members earned, and Platinum Levels earned, and so forth. These stats were taken right out of doTERRA’s own website. Once investors purchased the desired level based on how much monthly passive income they desired to earn, investors were then directed to doTERRA’s website and instructed to join as a Wellness Advocate. Next step, they were directed to buy an extremely expensive kit. As I recall, the Diamond Kit retailed for $2600 USD. The Nickerson’s also required all investors to MUST buy 150 PV per month claiming the structure wouldn’t succeed if investors didn’t buy monthly products. The Nickerson’s also claimed, they would be building everyones downlines, and no one was required to sell anything. Just simply sharing this opportunity was all they had to do. Here’s the thing. doTERRA was fully aware of this scheme, and basically turned a blind eye. Of course, why wouldn’t they?All of a sudden, the Nickerson’s and several other questionable members were adding a tonne of people to their downlines, and these members consistently ordered 150PV a month. Once investors started questioning the Nickerson’s and their associates about not having anyone in their downlines, communication stops abruptly. No one was getting any information from the scammers. Investors started suspecting something was really wrong. A few of the investors contacted doTERRA to report the Nickerson’s. One investor received an email simply saying that doTERRA was aware of the Nickerson’s illegal operation, and claimed to have stopped all illegal activity. However, doTERRA never any warning to their Wellness Advocates or flagged or shutdown any of these questionable members until more people started coming forward with similar complaints. Again, doTERRA was benefitting every which way, way would they care how their business was being used. All they cared about was their pockets. doTERRA is just as guilty as these fraudsters.

Is Steve & Mandie Nickerson a scam?
Steve & Mandie Nickerson is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Steve & Mandie Nickerson legit?
First Steve & Mandie Nickerson is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Steve & Mandie Nickerson ’s consumers?
There is/are 1 review(s) posted about Steve & Mandie Nickerson and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely High.
Where is Steve & Mandie Nickerson located?
Steve & Mandie Nickerson is located at 291 French Village Rd, Quispamsis, NB E2S 2V6, Canada. You can contact Steve & Mandie Nickerson by dialing 506-608-7182 or visit their website before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Steve & Mandie Nickerson ’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $32000 was the total loss incurred by Steve & Mandie Nickerson ’s customers.

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Reported Loss :32000 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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