Sunday, 18 July 2010

Complaints are needed to nab these MLM racketeers

After reading the judgement of the Supreme Court of India which clearly categorised what forms cheating under Section 420 and why they should be held jointly liable under Section 34 of Indian Penal Code, people still believe that they need more facts. When the Legal Scan said the dearth of complaints, he meant that complaints basing on facts and the facts are clear in each and every case of multilevel marketing. All these multilevel marketing companies indulge in the same set of rules. Join the scheme and join more members to earn a lot of commission. This simple fact is sufficient to nab these fraudsters.
The problem is people who lost in these schemes remain silent to avoid humiliation after getting cheated. Some others believe that it was their fault that they could not enroll members but the scheme was perfect.This is what is called blame-the-victim. They fail to realise that the scheme is nothing but cheating. This is true with even some advocates who fell for such schemes.
It is better to go back to the judgement of the Supreme Court of India and read, nay, study it once again.

7 comments:

Tex said...

I suggest you and Brear read, nay, study it one billion times, then we won't have to put up with your bullshit for quite a while! LOL

Shyam Sundar said...

Who asked to put up with this crap (in your words)? Just get lost.LoL

玉苓玉苓 said...

相見亦無事,不來常思君.................................................................

Shyam Sundar said...

Pora! Picchodaa!

Tex said...

Why should I "get lost?" I'm having too much fun! LOL

Shyam Sundar said...

Me too. LoL
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corporate frauds watch said...

OK you are allowed to hang around. We need a court jester. LoL