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For newer readers, the Lazy Man community exposed the MonaVie scam which lead to the company to threaten me with frivolous lawsuits.

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That crackdown led to 26 bus companies being shut down.

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Do "lead to something to do ..." and "lead to something doing ..." mean the same thing? Are they both correct?

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Hi,

For newer readers, the Lazy Man community exposed the MonaVie scam which lead to the company to threaten me with frivolous lawsuits.

Incorrect. Say -

For newer readers, the Lazy Man community exposed the MonaVie scam, which led the company to threaten me with frivolous lawsuits.

lThat crackdown led to 26 bus companies being shut down. OK

Clive

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Thank you, Clive.

There is no such form as "lead to something to do ...," right?

Hi,

Right, can't think of one.

Clive
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