I've found a few signs hanging around, including some where I plan to move later this year. I got em down and I called the number (no website) and said signs are illegal, must come down, scam, etc... Got a call back on the phone I used and a woman asked about what the call was about. I mentioned the deadline and we got to talking. Seems she has seen the light and is starting to ask questions. I told her what the deal is and emailed some information to her using my hotmail account as well as mentioning mlmsurvivor.com. Where else can I point her to? She said she placed about 200 <!> signs around here. When I explained how MLM works, she did say that the pie in the sky dreams havent gotten to her yet. I hope to correspond with her some more. I'd like to find out insider details like how much she has spent so far. Does she have any financial recourse? I don't think so, but thought i'd ask anyway.
http://www.falseprofits.com/ False Profits, a book by by Robert L. FitzPatrick and Joyce K. Reynolds, is an expose and analysis of the multi-level marketing (MLM) industry, (Amway, Nu Skin, Herbalife and companies of that sort) and an analysis of illegal pyramid schemes and their relationship to MLM.