Absolutely not true. The confusion comes when one spouse enrolls one month as a preferred customer (“PC”) in one organization and their spouse enrolls as a PC or Distributor in another organization months later. When the Company discovers this, they will cancel the account of the spouse who enrolled later in a different organization and place them, under the same enroller, in the organization under which the first spouse enrolled. The problem is NOT that the two spouses have separate accounts and businesses; one could be a sole proprietorship and the other an LLC or partnership, each very distinct and separate. The problem is that they need to be enrolled under the same enroller. This requirement protects the integrity of the marketing plan that we have chosen to use by keeping spouses in the same enrollment organization.
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