It seemed too good to be true, and for most of the young people who got involved with Vemma, it was. But in August , Vemma was shut down by the Federal Trade Commission as an alleged pyramid scheme and its assets were frozen.
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- I did / have done.
The FTC noted that the vast majority of participants made no money and most lost money. The company made most of its money from recruitment, not sales. Vemma appealed to the U.
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District Court in Arizona last September and the judge ruled that it was prohibited from operating certain parts of its business, including selling the Affiliate Packs. The court did, however, find that some areas of the business were legitimate and allowed Vemma to continue operating them.
The court appointed a monitor to make sure the company was following the court order and it lifted the freeze placed on its assets by the FTC. She has lost her bag. They have taken a taxi I have been to Australia.
The present perfect tense is used to describe something that happened in the past, but the exact time it happened is not important. It has a relationship with the present. It is not important at what exact time, only that it is now done. I have forgotten my bag. The important thing is that I don't have it now.
As we do not use exact time expressions with the past perfect, we cannot say: I have done my homework yesterday. In this case we use the past simple tense: I did my homework yesterday. Already means 'something has happened sooner than we expected: 'The movie only came out yesterday, but I have already seen it.
Yet is only used in questions and negative sentences.