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The Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on the HBO channel aired an episode on November 06,2016 demonstrating how direct selling or MLM companies use unethical practices to make money. John Oliver mocking the MLM industry said that they generally have two things in common- first, you dont see them on store shelves, you buy […]

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