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  • November 13, 2017

    9 Deadly Costs of Fraud

    Article republished with permission from Kount.com Do you know all of the 9 Deadly Costs of Fraud? While many are apparent, others are less obvious and can escape the notice of even the most careful observers. And while some fraud costs are not as significant as others, taken together they can punch a si... Read more ›

  • June 26, 2017

    Diversity marketing for direct sellers

    Photo source This month we’ve been talking about ways to better serve international and multicultural markets. Nancy Tobler wrote about the benefits, challenges, and best practices for supporting the multicultural workforce. Nicki Keohohou—joining us on the podcast—spoke about encouraging diversity t... Read more ›

  • May 2, 2016

    Secure credit card processing, Part two

    Reducing the risk of credit card fraud

    New companies in direct selling start with developing their product, their commission plan, and their founding distributors. The next big requirement to starting your business is to get credit card processing. You can only work with cash payments for a short time before you realize there is a need for electro... Read more ›

  • May 2, 2016

    Secure credit card processing, Part one

    Reducing the risk of frozen merchant accounts

    New companies in direct selling start with developing their product, their commission plan, and their founding distributors. The next big requirement to starting your business is to get credit card processing. You can only work with cash payments for a short time before you realize there is a need for electro... Read more ›

  • October 12, 2015

    The FTC playbook: What happens when a company is shut down

    I am not a lawyer. This is just one lay persons view based on my years in the industry. When the FTC decides to make a case against an MLM company, their methods follow a consistent pattern or playbook. When the FTC decides to run their “playbook” against a company, I have never seen a company survive[1].... Read more ›