Vietnam: City fines Forever Living distributor

by louabbott on December 21, 2006

TCM News – Published December 21, 2006

The distributor of Forever Living Products, which used a multi-level marketing scheme to sell health and personal products, has committed violations of product quality, labour, trade and tax laws, a Ho Chi Minh City Trade Department investigation found.

The department will fine the Lo Hoi (Aloe) Trading Co, the Vietnam distributor of US-based Aloe Vera of America (AVA), roughly VND17.2 million (over US$1,000) and has made a demand for VND7.1 billion ($437,500) in unpaid taxes.

The company sold products imported from AVA through direct marketers who were paid commissions. The number of such direct marketers recruited to sell Forever Living Products in Vietnam had reached over 110,000 by the end of August 2006.

Read the entire article at TCM News

Also, read our company overview:  Forever Living Facts, News and Review

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