Breaking MLM News: MPBToday Foundaer Gary Calhoun Temporarily Closes The Door During Federal Investigation

Gary Calhoun MPBToday Founder

I reached out last week to Gary Calhoun the founder of Southeastern Delivery the parent company of MPBToday shot me over a short email explaining what he had decided to do while a federal investigation is underway at MPBToday, one of the original MLM Grocery Delivery Companies.

Gary Calhoun MPBToday Founder
[quote]Hello Troy,
Thanks for reaching out.
It is true that MPB is being investigated. MPB has NOT been asked to close its doors, but I have decided after consulting with counsel & leaders that it is in the best interest of everyone, that the MPB business be put on pause, until this is complete. It would not be prudent to continue doing business, without knowing what “if any” changes may need to be made to the marketing plan to address any as of yet undisclosed issues.
I am confident that at the end of this process that it will show that MPB has always executed its responsibilities in the very best interest of the company and its affiliates.
Unfortunately, there is simply no way to tell how long this will take. So, effective as of last week, all MPB is on hold until it reopens.
I will try to keep you posted.
Thanks. [/quote]

MLM Company Review: Is Gary Calhoun’s New Company MPBToday A MLM Scam

Gary Calhoun reached out to me mast week and we had a great conversation. During our conversation he shared about Southeastern Delivery and MPBToday, which stands for “My Premier Business Today.”

Now the one concern I have about this business, is the compensation plan. I asked Calhoun, why a 2×2 cycling matrix compensation plan? He didn’t hesitate, “his goal is to put cash in the hands of as many distributors as he can, as fast as he can!”

Although, Gary’s former company Trim International aka United Pro Media (UPM) didn’t make it, I do not see Gary trying to scam anyone.

As a matter of fact, let me ask this question, and see the type of answers we get.

Why is it, people get upset if a company founder fails, yet we all know distributors who had to go through up to 20 companies before they finally got it right, and started making money?

Please keep us posted, and if you are a distributor and things start to get a little crazy, then let me know.

Living An Epic Adventure,

Troy Dooly