Can an mlm terminate my legally transferred promoter account to my daughter just because I used my personal website to promot
Collect the residual income I created I created. They started paying her as usual and then 2 months int they terminated her account and stopped payments because they saw my personal domain that I owned and was not affiliated or owned by the company at all was forwarded to a different company. This had nothing to do with them, my daughter did nothing wrong and my website domain is owned by me The legal papers had transferred my old promoters hip to her So whatever I was doing had nothing to do with my daughter
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You need to review the terms and conditions of any and all agreements you have with the multi-level marketing company. I am not quite sure what you mean you legally transferred your account, but I am guessing there's a non-transferable provision.
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