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Re: $31,680., $47,520., or $115,560. That's a lot of BAP 10!

In a message dated 03/22/2000 5:02:39 PM Central Standard Time, 
trueblue@micron.net writes:

<<  Anyone who buys from them can charge
 whatever they want for it - whether it's at a profit or a loss, or to
 break even.
   Once they sell the product, they cannot control what it is sold for at
 retail, legally.  This paragraph of this letter, and it's threatening
 tone, don't sound legal to me. >>

Yes-if you buy something you can sell it at what ever price you want...but 
they can drop you as a customer and not sell to you again  and also prohibit 
you from using any trademarks or copy righted materials.  But it really comes 
down to the contract that is set up for being a distributor.

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