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A multilevel model that lured people to buy ,000 in inventory offended Vander Sloot's sense of fairness." Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States every year from 1990 to 1994 before inducting the company into its Hall of Fame in 1994.

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In 1991 Melaleuca received a cease-and-desist order for violating Michigan’s anti–pyramid scheme laws.

In its voluntary agreement, the Idaho Attorney General found the company's policies and product catalog did not violate Idaho law, but that "certain independent marketing executives of Melaleuca...

failed to comply with certain policies of Melaleuca, and that the actions of these independent marketing executives are in violation of Idaho law." In response, Vander Sloot bought a $1 million interest in the plant, and an investment company assumed control, but the operation closed anyway within six months.

Vander Sloot (born August 14, 1948) is an American entrepreneur, radio network owner, rancher, and political campaign financier.

He is the founder and chief executive officer of Melaleuca, Inc.

The family lived in Sheridan, Wyoming and Hardin, Montana before moving in 1949 to Cocolalla, Idaho, where they lived on a ranch.

The elder Vander Sloot worked as a painter for the Northern Pacific Railway.

In September 1985, Vander Sloot's brother-in-law Roger Ball and Roger's brother Allen Ball offered Vander Sloot the helm of Oil of Melaleuca, Inc., a startup multi-level marketing business based in Idaho Falls.

Vander Sloot said "the company was a mess" when he arrived.

According to Dan Popkey, "A supposed 80 percent corner on the tea tree market turned out to be 5 percent.

The FDA came knocking, because salespeople were exaggerating medical claims.

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