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MULTI-LEVEL MARKETING: This business is NOT advertising a multi-level marketing or network marketing firm, as it does not fit the Koscot test under FTC law. Any individual, without any payment by participants, can become a part of the referral program by creating an account online here
Case reference: Koscot Interplanetary, Inc., 86 F.T.C. 1106, 1181 (1975).
FRANCHISE: This business is NOT a franchise, as it fails the Beale's Franchise Rule Test (Page 50, Franchise Definition) by neither: (1) permitting use of trademarks, (2) imposing significant control, or providing significant assistance to the business, (3) charging a required payment.