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Rakuten Marketplace Product Search API enables developers to retrieve information of products for sale on Rakuten Marketplace (Ichiba) excluding those listed on auctions, flea markets, customer to customer auctions (C2C) or joint purchases on Rakuten Ichiba. Developers are allowed to obtain the product information by specifying Keyword as well as to filter the search with Item Code, Shop Name or Genre Name.
Market America is a multi-level marketing company founded in 1992 by JR and Loren Ridinger. Market America's offerings include household cleaning supplies, jewelry, personal care products, auto care, cosmetics, dietary supplements, custom websites, water purifiers, and weight management products. It conducts business through several affiliated companies. In 1992, Market America was founded by former top Amway distributor JR Ridinger (real name, James Howard Ridinger) and his wife Loren. In August 2008, Market America announced that it was partnering with iMirus to produce MA Newsstand, a service offering digital and print versions of magazines, books and catalogs. Market America has been criticized as an "incarnation of multilevel marketing" whose products are "almost interchangeable with what you could find in your local CVS or Duane Reade for half the price" and as a business driven by "distributors finding customers, introducing them to Market America products, and then explaining to them that by selling this product, they can become as wealthy as, well, JR Ridinger." On March 3, 2006, Steve Sawyer sued Market America in Guilford County, North Carolina claiming breach of contract and violation of the North Carolina Wage and Hour Act with respect to certain Internet consulting services he was providing to the company.