On December 10, 2009 the North Dakota Attorney General issued a cease and desist order against the network marketing company Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing.
It appears that the primary reason for issuing this order was the failure of Fortune Hi-Tech to purchase a transient merchant license.
As many states suffer budget shortfalls during this “depression” the states are looking for any method to shore up their bottom lines.
As you read the article written at KSJB, released by the North Dakota Attorney Generals Office, it seems one-sided. There could be a valid reason they did not purchase a license, but there is no mention of it.
Or is it, the North Dakota Attorney General is up for re-election in 2010? And Fortune Hi-Tech looks like an easy target and free publicity that goes along with it? That’s for you to decide…
It’s quite interesting, the North Dakota Attorney Generals reelection campaign website has a warning placed on it by Google for spyware and malware, “visit at your own risk!”
It would be interesting to hear from Fortune Hi-Tech members the other side of the story… So we will have a balanced approach on the story that is not being told!