The building at 880 Corporate Dr. in Lexington, Ky., contains numerous offices, including Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing. Officials with Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway's office and the Federal Trade Commission were inside the Lexington headquarters of Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, sending employees of the multi-level marketing firm home. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
The building at 880 Corporate Dr. in Lexington, Ky., contains numerous offices, including Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing. Officials with Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway's office and the Federal Trade Commission were inside the Lexington headquarters of Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, sending employees of the multi-level marketing firm home. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
The building at 880 Corporate Dr. in Lexington, Ky., contains numerous offices, including Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing. Officials with Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway's office and the Federal Trade Commission were inside the Lexington headquarters of Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, sending employees of the multi-level marketing firm home. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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