FHTMIs FHTM a Get Rich Scam?

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Fortune High-Tech Marketing (FHTM) happens to be a relationship marketing company that allows individuals to build their own business by marketing FHTM’s countless outstanding products and services. This company has allowed representatives to reach some of their financial goals. FHTM a not “get rich quick scam.” FHTM offers a wide variety of products and services that many families are already using or consuming. Members of FHTM are able to earn money when a friend, family member or acquaintance purchases a product or service through their FHTM business and when the representative gets others to join the program. There is not a partnership between the companies (that are included in the network) and FHTM but more of a working relationship. Here is an extensive list of companies included in FHTMs network:
• True Essentials
• Flying Basset Organics
• Trothop
• Dish Network
• World Tour
• Wireless Shop
• TCI LOng Distance
• Voice Connect
• Digital Landing

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  • An
      Aug 26, 2010

    It's an IQ test

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  • Ba
      Mar 25, 2011

    'Amway' and 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing' are the American Dream made Nightmare
    I found this on another blog and thought I would share it here.

    Here are two recent articles from 'USA Today' for your free-thinking readers.

    The criminogenic organization known as 'Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing' is an 'Amway' copy-cat. i.e. 'FHTM' is the reality-inverting label over the entrance to yet another self-perpetuating 'MLM business opportunity' cult. 'FHTM' was instigated, and is run, by a gang of exceedingly-greedy, but otherwise-mediocre, little raketeers from Kentucky. These narcissistic parasites have begun to grow rich by peddling an unoriginal lie whilst steadfastly pretending moral and intellectual authority.

    In the adult world of quantifiable reality, the authenticity of the 'FHTM' lie is currently being challenged all over the USA, after the State of Montana charged that 'FHTM' was actually a dissimulated pyramid scheme. However, exactly like the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob, the millionaire bosses of the 'FHTM' mob posed as innocent Christian businessmen/philanthropists under attack and instructed their aggressive echelon of attorneys to negotiate a 'settlement' with the plaintiffs. i.e. Without admitting any fault, they agreed to hand-over a significant chunk of their ill-gotten gains in Montana, in order to continue their clandestine criminal activities elsewhere.

    It is common knowledge in the USA that 'FHTM' is a pernicious blame-the-victim scam . Indeed, it is common knowledge in the USA that all so-called 'Multi-Level Marketing' companies are shielding essentially the same, premeditated, closed-market swindle.

    This general video warning has been recently produced by the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the US Federal Trade Commission . However, it beggars belief that senior FTC officials like Eileen Harrington can use public funds to pretend that the FTC wants to protect the American people from 'MLM business opportunity' fraud, when, for decades, other senior FTC officials have allowed this cancer not only to gnaw its way into the USA, but also into the rest of the world.

    Despite more than half a century of damning-evidence, senior US government trade officials prefer to remain blissfully-ignorant of the fact that behind so-called 'MLM' companies has lurked the ongoing historical phenomenon of criminogenic, or pernicious, cultism. Meanwhile, the self-appointed bosses of these reality-inverting, totalitarian groups continue to rake-in vast fortunes by peddling variations of the same Utopian fiction as fact.

    'MLM business opportunity' fraud is undoubtedly a form of major organized crime spawned in the USA. It should never have been left to ill-informed, and/or corrupt, American regulators to deal with this internal threat to democracy and the rule of law.

    'Amway' and 'FHTM' are the American Dream made Nightmare.

    David Brear (copyright 2011)

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