The fascinating and shocking documentary on HBO, The Vow, is a gripping true story about a strikingly unremarkable person, Keith Raniere, who somehow made dozens of young women his “sex slaves.” As part of a cultic program that he named, NXIVM, pretentiously...
It is not denied or hidden that Donald Trump is involved and connected to multi-level marketing (MLM). Wall Street Journal and other business media report Trump’s 10 years as spokesman for ACN and his namesake MLM, Trump Network. How much money in total he gained...
What everyone knows, yet few will say, is that the greatest injury suffered by MLM victims is not dollar losses. It is the blow to the soul, an injury that may be carried unhealed throughout life.
Yahoo Finance’s podcast on multi-level marketing, is as a milestone in business media coverage of MLM.
New Book “Ponzinomics” Reveals how Politics, not Law, Protects MLM and Lets It Continue Pyramid Recruiting
The upcoming book, Ponzinomics,The Untold Story of Multi-Level Marketing and How Direct Selling Became an American Swindle, delves deeply into these questions. It’s conclusions, which some may find disheartening, even shocking, strip away this phony narrative of government helplessness and legal “complexity” that leaves the public vulnerable and hopeless
Politics will determine FTC Law Enforcement, not rule of law.
At least 12 million Americans that had been classified and counted as “direct sellers,” aka MLM, officially disappeared from the rolls.
The reality that for years only a few independent and courageous writers, bloggers, attorneys, whistle blowers and web publishers dared to say and for which they were often sued, ridiculed, or physically threatened is now being said out loud by institutional voices – journalists, culture critics, tv and movie producers and academics.
Vice News and Samantha Bee avoided MLM’s financial and political realities in favor of criticizing MLM products
Advocare’s claim that the FTC is forcing it to abandon MLM is a suspicious claim. Other factors, including cash-flow, family disputes and recruiting collapse are more likely as primary drivers.