Modere sues former high earners over Frequense recruitment


Modere has filed a federal lawsuit in Utah, accusing a number of former “high-ranking distributors” of poaching for Frequense.

Named Defendants in Modere’s lawsuit are:

  • Amber DeLoof
  • DeBoss Advertising Inc., a Maryland firm owned by Amber DeLoof
  • Brynn Lang
  • BNL LLC, a Mississippi firm owned by Brynn Lang
  • Marina Simone and
  • Physique Gasoline Limitless Inc., a Florida firm owned by Marina Simone

Modere alleges the above events violated their “contractual and authorized obligations” to the corporate, by

willfully and deliberately soliciting 1000’s of Modere distributors to depart and be part of a aggressive community advertising firm based mostly in Texas often called “Frequense.”

Notably, Modere has not named Frequense as a defendant in its lawsuit.

Frequense is a LaCore Enterprises MLM firm that launched a couple of months in the past. The corporate is fronted by CEO Barb Pitcock and husband Bob (beneath).

On the coronary heart of Modere’s lawsuit is the declare DeLoof, Lang and Simone had been

offered entry to useful firm knowledge and important relationships by way of which they constructed their companies and obtained vital compensation, all with substantial help, funding, and specialised coaching from the corporate.

In return, they promised to not misappropriate Modere’s confidential data, and to not solicit Modere’s distributors and clients to any competing firm at any time through the time period of their distributorships and for 12 months following termination of their relationships with the corporate.

Modere’s lawsuit additionally particulars “Elite Black” and “Platinum Black” offers with DeLoof, Lang and Simone, “underneath which they obtained vital extra compensation.”

Along with the common Insurance policies and Procedures 12 month bar, one of many clauses in these secret backroom offers was allegedly

a 90-day non-competition covenant underneath which they promised to not be part of, recruit for, or promote any competing community advertising firm for 90 days following the termination of their relationships with Modere.

In gentle of DeLoof, Lang and Simone leaving Modere, the corporate claims the trio

are openly violating their contractual obligations, raiding their former downline organizations, and actively soliciting Modere distributors—together with high-profile, top-tier distributors—to affix Frequense.

Plans to raid Modere for Frequense recruitment are alleged to have begun properly earlier than Frequense launched.

Throughout their final a number of months with Modere, whereas utilizing Modere’s goodwill to proceed constructing their companies and having fun with substantial fee and bonus funds, Defendants had been, it seems, secretly establishing a brand new competing community advertising firm, Frequense.

On data and perception, Defendants had been additionally plotting how greatest to raid their respective Modere downlines and solicit different Modere distributors to comply with them when Frequense launched.

It’s unclear what prompted DeLoof, Lang and Simone to plan leaving Modere, however BehindMLM notes a gentle decline in Modere’s web site visitors over the previous few months.

After resigning from Modere, Defendants instantly took to their social media accounts—the identical social media accounts by way of which that they had been selling and advertising Modere merchandise and alternatives—and started overtly and systematically asking for, advertising, and selling Frequense and its headlining product: mushroom juice.

Modere’s Grievance paperwork what’s introduced as proof of DeLoof’s, Lang’s and Simone’s raiding.

February 7, 2024. Simply 5 days after their resignations, Frequense posted photographs of DeLoof, Lang, and Simone in three separate Fb posts and congratulated every of Defendants for attaining excessive gross sales of Frequense’s merchandise.

A further thirty-five examples are cited, spanning February and March 2024.

Because of DeLoof’s, Lang’s and Simone’s alleged documented conduct, Modere claims they

have been profitable of their efforts to enroll dozens of different high-level Modere distributors in Frequense.

Modere is receiving frequent and alarming reviews of extra high-level distributors defecting to Frequense in direct response to Defendants’ recruitment efforts.

The consequence has been a widespread and irreplaceable lack of belief all through Modere’s distributor community and harm to Modere’s enterprise goodwill.

Causes of motion filed by Modere in opposition to DeLoof, Lang and Simone embody breach of contract (three causes), and unjust enrichment.

Aid sought by Modere consists of:

  • financial damages
  • disgorgement “of the worth of all advantages inequitably bestowed upon Defendants by Modere” and
  • pre- and post-judgment curiosity

Modere can also be searching for an injunction, restraining DeLoof, Lang and Simone from persevering with to allegedly pillage Modere to construct Frequense.

Defendants’ wrongful conduct is inflicting instant, incalculable, and irreparable hurt to Modere’s enterprise, relationships with distributors, enterprise goodwill, and mental property rights, warranting instant and interim injunctive aid.

The longer Defendants’ conduct goes unabated, the extra critical that hurt turns into for Modere and its distributors.

Modere’s lawsuit was filed on March twenty second. A choice on the requested TRO and preliminary injunction, pending the result of the case, stays pending.

Keep tuned for updates as BehindMLM continues to trace the case.



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