COVID-19 has impacted the lives of millions and will continue to, from a health, economic, and personal standpoint for many years to come. Among the heart-breaking thousands of casualties that have occurred, the job market has also taken a hit. The Federal Reserve reports that unemployment rates are higher than they have been since the Great Depression. In this reality, Americans are turning to direct selling as a solution. Continue reading Direct Selling, Not Overselling
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COVID-19 has left millions of Americans unemployed and seeking new solutions to help them navigate the tough road ahead. Some have turned to the direct selling industry, chasing claims of financial freedom. Peter Marinello, Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council (DSSRC) Vice President, and Howard J. Smith, one of the DSSRC’s attorneys, help us explore the unique world of direct selling and fill us in on the COVID-related claims that have kept them busier than usual over the last several months.