Looking through Amway eyes one may imagine that Amway is not an endless chain. But reality is entirely different. Every IBO is encouraged to enroll more members under him under the notorious 6-4-3 plan of Amway. That means every IBO should enroll six persons who in turn have to enroll four more each and they in turn have to enroll three more each to complete one leg. This is what exactly the Amway has submitted to the Andhra Pradesh High Court in its affidavit. And mind it, all these 101 people are IBOs and they are also supposed to enroll more IBOs to get more commission. That is the inducement. Now tell me how it is endless chain my friend. And where do they find so many people on earth.
One thing is sure. The IBOs tend to look at everything with Amway eyes and say everything is great and normal.
It is very difficult for some to accept an expert as an expert.
These people conveniently keep silence when a pertinent question is asked and it is easy to say that it is all rubbish instead of coming to the point, my friend. What I wonder is why Amway has changed its name as Quixtar in the US?
Honourable people really worry when they face even a single criminal case. For the habitual offenders not even three are sufficient. That is their problem. Hope people understand it.
Let us be truthful and answer a straight question. How many of the 1.5 million Amway distributors in India are actually active? After losing their initial investment of Rs. 4400 they would be staying home licking the wounds.