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I agree with Former FTC Economist Peter Vander Nat, Ph. in calling for a federal pyramid scheme rule as the status quo is not effective in eliminating pyramid schemes. I believe we (USA) have freedom of speech and freedom of the press.The courts agreed that I published this article for you (at least in my reading.) I often update articles as new information comes in.It’s one thing if people are genuinely interested and sharing a product they love.It’s another thing when they coordinate all their distributors to flood Facebook all at once.In my opinion, they should have a statement page stating how they comply with with this FTC guidance.In the past I’ve found that the FTC simply works too slow in catching MLM/pyramid scheme fraud.Earlier this month, Talking Points Memo wrote a great article about MLM which featured a Le-vel distributor: How Utah Became a Bizarre, Blissful Epicenter for Get-Rich-Quick Schemes So let’s dig in and see what we can learn about Le-vel Thrive.
One of the things that most people seem to complain about is how overzealous Le-Vel distributors flood their Facebook.
Between the extremely expensive products, dubious marketing, and what appears to be a pyramid scheme (see aforementioned FTC guidelines), I think it is clear that Le-vel Thrive is a scam. ) I think consumers should make better use of 00 or more a year…
and certainly shouldn’t push others to spend that kind of money.
The video showed a middle-aged woman approach the 67-year-old victim, while a man extends his arm into the woman’s cart.
The victim told Rock Hill police the woman approached her in an aisle and asked to look at the list of ingredients of one of the victim’s items in her cart.
Police in Rock Hill are seeking two people who stole a woman’s wallet at a grocery store by distracting her.