DSSRC Administrative Closure #181
The Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council (“DSSRC”) contacted a direct selling company (the “Company”) regarding one social media post that was disseminated by a salesforce member of the Company. DSSRC was concerned that the post communicated that a typical salesforce member will earn a significant amount of income from the Company’s business opportunity.
The Company acknowledged DSSRC’s concerns immediately and took action to have the post removed. The post was promptly removed.
Based on the Company’s immediate, good faith actions to address DSSRC’s concerns, DSSRC administratively closed this inquiry.(closed on 7/7/2021)
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