Distributor Agreement (PART 1)
Let's concentrate on the Sixth Term/Condition,
“In sponsoring more distributors to join my network, I truthfully and honestly portray the earning potential of the company marketing plan and will make no specific earning representations or income guarantees, I shall conduct my business that will enable all other distributors to build their business in a just and fair manner.”
Well, please read the carefully, and then recall the last time you were approached by a Lampe Berger distributor who intended to recruit you as on of his down line. Did they truthfully and honestly portray the earning potential? Yes, many of them are smart enough to avoid being caught lying, they prefer not to brought up the risks. Isn’t this an act that portrays DECEPTION?
In most of the MLM Company, often inviting minority that succeeds in the network to present speech, showing their lifestyle’s VCD. As for Lampe Berger, they prefer showing off their luxury cars such as BMW/Volvo/etc… This is definitely an act that indirectly implying that joining the network will deliver promising wealth. Misleading people into believing the promising wealth by disregarding the risks and the facts, is this ethical? So, tell me! Did they violate this particular rule?
Indeed, the act of deception that performed by these unethical distributor is hard to quantify, in fact it is even hard to prove in court case. But being hard to prove doesn’t mean that they are right. Somehow or someway by gathering people’s voices I believe that even the untouchable skies can be shook
One Man’s Perceptions