Any transaction that involves devouring people’s money without right is completely rejected, as Almighty Allah says: “O ye who believe! Squander not your wealth among yourselves in vanity, except it be a trade by mutual consent, and kill not one another. Lo! Allah is ever Merciful unto you.” (An-Nisaa’:29). Not only that, Islam also makes it clear that the subject of transaction must not be something Haram, and it must keep away from any form of deception or fraud. This reflects Islam’s concern on preserving people’s rights.
Dr. Monzer Kahf, a prominent Muslim economist and counselor, states: The pyramidic network marketing is permissible provided the following three conditions are fulfilled:
1) Commodities sold or traded in are themselves permissible such as selling real goods. Hence, selling phony and prohibited goods makes the process prohibited.
2) The commission structure must be disclosed with full transparency to all new customers/members when they are invited, so they know when they join that the person who invites them has a stake in this invitation.
3) General contract requirements are observed, such as aptitude to contract, full description of the goods, clear delivery and payment process, etc. and if they sell goods that require special additional conditions such as gold that requires delivery and full payment at the time of contract, such additional conditions must also be satisfied.
If these three conditions are satisfied in this company you ask about, its transactions are then permissible.