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Jenson said while Shurtleff was at the villa, the attorney general asked him to buy $250,000 worth of the book — for which Shurtleff would receive royalties — and assured Jenson he never had to take delivery of the copies. Jenson said he declined the deal.
Salima said there were no other large buyers of Shurtleff’s book and nobody ever suggested that the books would not be delivered to Pre-Paid Legal. She said the company planned to distribute them to its marketing representatives.
Shurtleff also pitched his book during a 2009 appearance before The Green Tea Co., a Lehi-based multilevel-marketing operation recently fined by the state.
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