Delaware v. Ferro , 1988 WL 39996 (Del.Super. (1988) (Not Reported)

Delaware v. Ferro


The court held that the statute prohibiting pyramid schemes was constitutional, and that an airplane scheme fell under the definitions within the statute because it was a "sales device" that transferred a "right" to perpetuate the scheme. Because the activity clearly fell under the statue, the defendant's motion to dismiss the charges was denied.

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Reference Info:State, 3rd Circuit, Delaware | United States

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