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Examples of MLMs shut down by law enforcement
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NOTE: What is interesting about these MLMs is that when one performs the "5-step Do-it-yourself" evaluation of their compensation plans, they have the same common fundamental characteristics (flaws) as current MLMs that have not been shut down – endless chains of recruitment, financed primarily by personal consumption of participants, and top-weighted. So all MLMs are vulnerable to regulatory action should law enforcement focus on the fundamental flaws in their systems, rather than on the behavior of participants. For a more full explanation of these fundamental flaws, read Chapters 2-7 and 10-11 of the ebook The Case against Multi-level Marketing – an Unfair and Deceptive Practice. The book can be downloaded from this web site.