Elepreneurs Requests TRO Against Former Founder Robert Oblon & Original Affiliates
Elepreneurs through their parent company Sharing Services Global Corp, has once again sued former affiliates who have joined several new network marketing companies, as well the former founder Robert Oblon.
The question many are now asking is... Why sue independent professional network marketers?
Eleprenerus executives Keith Halls & Garrett McGrath are both Board Members of the Association of Network Marketing Professionals. McGrath is also the listed the President of the Association. The association was founded and formed as the Distributors Rights Association by Rod & Marcy Cook close to twenty years ago.
According the the ANMP.com website Garrett McGrath states the following:
"Top leaders, trainers, and professionals from within the Network Marketing community have come together around a core belief: STRENGTH COMES FROM UNITY."
"Our profession continues to provide the vehicle for millions of people worldwide to achieve their goals, dreams and aspirations; 103 million people globally are engaged in the $182.8 billion network marketing and direct selling industry today, according to the WFDSA. World renowned investors and respected business people like Warren Buffett and Robert Kiyosaki have shared their views about our profession, where the average person – who is willing to work and grow – has the ability to succeed."
"The foundation of our profession is strong customer relationships, based on providing exceptional service and value. The culture of our profession is based on personal development and on helping one another to grow and achieve. This is the time to unite and show the rest of the world who we really are – as a profession, as professionals within our respective companies, and as people whose desire it is to help others and effect the positive change we wish to see in the world."
—Garrett McGrath President"
If this is truly what Mr. McGrath believes, then why would he even entertain suing the very professionals, making up the membership of the association.
These are the questions, which should be answered.