Given the current tragicomic situation with dozens of US-based, blame-the victim, 'MLM Income Opportunity' rackets ('Herbalife', 'Amway', 'USANA', 'Forever Living Products', 'NuSkin', 'Xango', etc.) still being allowed to steal from a never-ending chain comprising countless millions of people all over the globe, the article posted below might (at first glance) seem to be a piece of heavy satire; nonetheless, Beth Healy reports in the 'Boston Globe' (August 30th 2014):
'Authorities in talks to tackle online Ponzi schemes'
'US regulatory and law-enforcement authorities are engaged in discussions about how to stop the worldwide spread of Internet pyramid schemes, following criminal indictments in Massachusetts against the owners of TelexFree Inc., who allegedly conducted a $1 billion global fraud.
|William F. Galvin|