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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 charactistics (flaws) as current MLMs that have not been shut down – recruitment-driven, top-weighted, and financed primarily by personal consumption of participants. 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 (for and) against Multi-level Marketing – available for free download from this web site.