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I know that I cannot sell LifeVantage products on EBay or Amazon, but suppose I sell $80 worth of Protandim (two bottles) to someone that is going to sell, or who I have a reason to believe is going to sell it through such marketplaces? What are the consequences to me in providing it?

Very good question because we know that there are people who don’t actually sell products online, but provide products to those who do, or just know of someone who does. As explained in Section 8.5.13 (a) – Liquidated Damages, of the LifeVantage Policies and Procedures, any LifeVantage Independent Distributor that provides product, in this instance $80 wholesale, “will be liable for liquidated damages in the amount of ten (10) times the full retail price of such goods.” That is to say, even though they did not sell the product online themselves, they merely provided it to someone who did, they would be liable for $1,000 One Thousand Dollars, or ten (10) times the full “retail price” of the Protandim! Think about it. Is it worth it?

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