Is anything wrong with BDA’s, Special Deals, & Bridge Income in Network Marketing?

My opinion is simply this:

1) Traditional Business (banks, wall street, sales, car sales, real estate, universities, etc…) all offer
incentives for people of value to come and work for their corporation. It’s no secret.
However, when reps who get deals say they didn’t get anything when infact they did… that’s fraud.
So bottom line, if disclosed properly I see nothing wrong with special deals if intact the rep
fulfills their part of the agreement and everyone comes out ahead at the end.

2) Although I see nothing wrong with a properly executed BDA, majority of the “behind-closed-doors” deals
create an uneven playing field for a few reasons.

Let’s see what the MLM Attorney says:

MLM Special Deals / Business Development Agreements: Disclosure Requirements (Part 1)

What are your thoughts?!!