Q&A with Expert Network Marketing Attorney Jeff Babener
If a Sales Kit or Startup Fee Is Several Hundred Dollars, Then Is This Considered “Frontloading”?
Frontloading generally refers to a process in which a MLM company, or a sponsoring consultant, encourages a
new consultant to purchase far more than is commercially reasonable under the circumstances. Often the sale is
explained to the recruit as necessary to qualify in the plan. This is an unacceptable practice is often one indicia of
a pyramid scheme. To learn more watch the video with expert network marketing Attorney, Jeff Babener. Visit
www.mlmlegal.com for more information about the MLM industry.
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