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LegalShield Membership Grows to an All Time High

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ADA, OKLAHOMA (January 6, 2017) –LegalShield , one of North America’s leading providers of affordable legal plans and IDShield identity theft solution for individuals, families and small businesses, announced today that it has grown its membership base to 1,612,183 members, adding over 500,000 new memberships in 2016 alone.

Under the leadership of CEO Jeff Bell, the company will start its 45th year of operation with an all-time high number of memberships.  “We protect and empower people. This is an outstanding achievement and proof that this is a product whose time has come,” said Jeff Bell, Chief Executive Officer of LegalShield. “The LegalShield mobile app is a game changer, because it puts your law firm in the palm of your hand,” continued Bell.

LegalShield is a disruptive business model because it connects 1,612,183 members with a network of accountable, responsive and dedicated law firms in each state and province. “In life, you don’t need a lawyer,” Bell said “You need a law firm to write letters or make phone calls on your behalf, to help prepare your will, and review your mortgage or lease or other legal documents,” Bell continued. Most of LegalShield’s  services involve landlord-tenant disputes, estate planning, traffic issues, divorce, separation, adoption, name changes and civil litigation, often in consumer finance issues.

Long respected for its pioneering spirit to democratize access to justice for all, LegalShield provides such access to 1,612,183 families and serves over 4.2 million individuals. The company’s leading IDShield service provides identity monitoring, and both consultation and restoration services by the industry’s only dedicated team of licensed private investigators. In addition, LegalShield and IDShield serve more than 141,000 businesses.

LegalShield is a subscription-based legal service that helps citizens live free under the law, and in case of emergency, has the industry’s only 24/7 hot line that guarantees that a lawyer will be on the line within 15 minutes.

According to a recent study from the American Bar Association, there is a growing need for low-cost (and on-demand) legal services. The study found that more than 80% of low-income Americans are unable to receive the legal help they need due to cost barriers with the current average hourly attorney fees now ranging between $200 and $520.

“What we’ve created is like a combination of Uber, Yelp! And PayPal.  Like Uber, we have a growing marketplace that matches members with law firms.  Like Yelp!, our law firms and their lawyers are held accountable because every member is surveyed on their satisfaction with the service. Like PayPal, we also provide many helpful DIY tools for our members,” continued Bell.

“Americans face significant exposure to legal and identity theft issues every day and it is appalling that so many people walk away from their rights because they believe they can’t afford to protect them,” continued Bell. “We believe the color of justice should not be green and we help to provide equal access to justice for all.”

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Max International to deepen footprints in Ghana

Max International Ghana, the producers of wellness and weight-loss supplements and products, is embarking on an expansion drive as it intends to open three more branches across the country this year.

This is aimed at expanding the reach and footprints of the company to the other regions in the country.

The Assistant General Manager for Max International Ghana, Ms Miriam Mahama, said this in an interview with the Daily Graphic after a press soiree in Accra.

“Because we don’t have branches in every region, it is sometimes very difficult to get products to our associates in other regions and we are hoping to solve this problem by expanding our reach,” she said.

“So we have opened an office in Kumasi which is serving the Ashanti and Northern regions and we are looking at opening other branches in Ho, Takoradi and Tamale next year,” she added.

She said the company’s two years in the country had so far been positive as people had accepted its products.

“This is because the products are improving their health and in terms of finance, people are earning extra income from engaging in the business as well. We have lots of people joining the business and spreading so fast,” she noted.

Article Source: www.graphic.com

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Kirsten Dunst to Star in Dark Comedy About Multilevel Marketing for AMC

Kirsten Dunst has been cast in the lead role in an hourlong dark comedy series about a multilevel marketing firm, according to Deadline . The series, How to Be a God in Central Florida, was written by Robert Funke and Matt Lutsky and will be directed by The Lobster ’s Yorgos Lanthimos . George Clooney and Grant Heslov are producing through Smokehouse Pictures.

Dunst will play a financially ruined widow who is scraping by at a minimum-wage job at an Orlando water park. The series will follow her quest to rise through the ranks of the pyramid scheme/multi level marketing company that conned her to exact her revenge. In an encouraging sign for the quality of the show, the company has the pitch-perfect name “Founders American Merchandise” (see, e.g., United Sciences of America , Market America , and of course, Trump favorite American Communications Network ). In other words, this show has a great premise, and the role seems perfect for Dunst. Florida’s been ground zero for fraudsters since the first swampland sale—the man who oversaw one of the biggest scams of the 1990s recently got elected governor —and Orlando’s second-tier amusement parks are an ideal setting to dive into capitalism’s seediest back alleys.

The show is coming at the right time, too. Multilevel marketing is having a moment right now: John Oliver gave it 30 minutes in November , Slate’s Helaine Olen looked at Donald Trump and Ben Carson’s ties to the industry , and Andrew Kahn and Shon Arieh-Lerer built a simulator to give everyone a taste of being ripped off by an MLM . It’s unclear why the country is so fascinated by transparent cons that promise riches but only improve things for people at the very top. Apropos of nothing, here’s President-elect Donald Trump to tell you about an exciting business opportunity!

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