In Part 1 of the MLM Cryptocurrency series, I discussed the basics about cryptocurrency MLMs. In this section, I provide specific information to help consumers stay safe. The Basics Before I get into the specifics, I want to answer three questions: (1) What is cryptocurrency? Cryptocurrency is digital money that relies on cryptography. Instead of […]
This is part 1 of a 2 part series about cryptocurrencies and MLM. I caught the Bitcoin bug two years ago, back in mid-2013. I was speaking with a client and he mentioned this Bitcoin thing, talking about how it was a new way to send “funds” overseas without any intermediaries (banks). I was hearing […]
Richard Brooke On the Wisdom of Business Development Agreements
I’m thankful for Richard Bliss Brooke. He’s a courageous leader and he’s never afraid to call it like he sees it.
This is a 20 minute video. There’s no need to watch the whole thing (it’s long!). Start at the 15:20 mark where someone asks “Do you think Business Development Agreements are bad for network marketing?”
His answer is brief and to the point. It’s an important issue that will eventually be addressed at an industry-wide level. But in the meantime, we need to be educated. Please watch at the 15:20 mark.
Thompson Burton’s MLM law practice often fields questions from companies looking to sue distributors for various reasons. We also take calls from distributors that are being sued by their former network marketing company. We’ve seen the same issues litigated, over and over, from both sides, across the country. The surface reasons for these suits are […]
In a society that places a strong emphasis on appearance and in a country where a high percentage of Americans struggle with their weight, the U.S. market for weight–loss products is a booming industry. The FTC, along with other local and state consumer protection agencies, has recently started aggressively enforcing inappropriate claims for weight–loss products. […]
UPDATE: It’s been brought to my attention that Jason Caramanis is not the actual owner of Online Communications. Instead, he’s the Manager of the LLC. The entity is actually owned by multiple parties / other entities. Jason Caramanis, through the entity Online Communications, LLC, has filed several lawsuits against networkers in Orange County, California over […]