Network marketing companies commonly keep their representatives from selling their products through online retailers like Amazon. This allows their representatives to have more of an opportunity to sell the products directly without being undercut by online sellers. When you check online sellers you will still see some network marketing company's products sold there. It would be a great advantage to have a deal that would allow you to be one of the few people to be allowed to sell a network marketing company's products online. You would have very little competition. In a recent lawsuit Bryan Lund and Scott Christensen are claiming that they had this opportunity with Isagenix.
As the Coronavirus takes a growing toll on people’s pocketbooks, there are reports that the government will soon be sending money by check or direct deposit to each of us. The details are still being worked out, but there are a few really important things to know, no matter what this looks like.
Many of my subscribers have asked me why the FTC has not gone after John Chow for promoting scams like MOBE? The FTC has now taken action against him and a few other affiliate marketers of this scam.
Online Trading Academy (OTA) has collected hundreds of millions of dollars from numerous consumers across the country. In perpetrating their scheme, they have violated the FTC Act and the Consumer Review Fairness Act.
According to the FTC, SBH tells consumers they can replace their job income in six months and gain “financial freedom” in 18 months by selling its coffee, tea, and dietary supplements and recruiting other people to do the same. In reality, the FTC says, the vast majority of SBH Affiliates pay SBH more than they earn.
Young Living purports to sell essential oils when, in reality, it sells a convincing lie—the irresistible promise of financial success and “generous, industry leading compensation” by joining its unlawful pyramid scheme.
Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and Cyrus R. Vance Jr., the District Attorney for New York County, announced the conviction of MARK S. SCOTT, following a three-week trial before the Honorable Edgardo Ramos.
The Federal Trade Commission has sued the multi-level marketer Neora, LLC, formerly known as Nerium International, LLC, and its Chief Executive Officer, Jeffrey Olson, alleging that the company operates as an illegal pyramid scheme and falsely promises recruits they will achieve financial independence if they join the scheme.