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Wife accuses husband of ‘ruining’ his small business: ‘Protect yourself immediately’

A husband secretly sold all the goods from his wife’s side hustle.

He asked Reddit “Am I the A******? (AITA)” for help after things took a negative turn. His wife had joined LuLaRoe, a clothing company accused of being a multi-level marketing (MLM) scheme. Although he didn’t seem aware it was a pyramid scheme, he learned that his wife had spent a ton of money on the merchandise. So when she was away from home, he sold all the items at a reduced price.

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“My wife recently started a side business or hustle (I don’t know the exact word she uses) recently with this LuLaRoe,” he wrote. “We have a shared account, but my wife likes to manage it because she is a perfectionist and admittedly generally better than me at managing finances, so we agree to leave most of it to her.”

After a while, some of the couple’s friends complained that his wife was too aggressive in selling the items. When he confronted her about it, she said he didn’t support her. Then he found out she had spent a “decent amount” of money, including part of their emergency fund, on LuLaRoe products.

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“I decided to sell most of her wares when she went to her parents for a relatively cheap price, because it really wouldn’t sell for much more, and although I thought it was a good decision at the time, with the way my wife and some family/mutual friends reacted, started to feel like TA,” he said.

The drafters felt that in this circumstance, the husband had made the right choice.

“People in MLM can’t see how they are falling victim to it and ruining their homes, so someone has to get tough and stop them,” one person said.

“The fact that your wife is doing this AFTER it is well known that she is failing is all the more reason for you to protect yourself immediately,” another commented.

“LuLaRoe is a very dangerous pyramid scheme,” one TikToker replied.

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