So much so, in fact, that legal representatives are investigating the matter further to see if there is a case to re-open the company. Who knows what will really happen, and if it does re-open, it could take years. I'm sure it will be a very different company with a different compensation plan at that point.
That being said, I must state that what I observed in the aftermath was almost as email list tragic as the initial travesty of the closing of the company, and it really angered me to see the predatory behavior of my fellow network marketers. Let me paint the picture for you. When this company shut down, many people lost a lot of money, and thousands more lost their dream of getting to a place of financial comfort and abundance.
These people were hurting. They were vulnerable. They were wounded financially, mentally and spiritually. First, the mud-slinging began. While the company was still open, people were just waiting for them to fail. Network marketers from many companies publicly maligned this particular operation. Was it envy? Was it hoping to tear people away from there and bring them into their own company?