Sunday, 20 September 2009

Amway is an organised crime group running a global racket

The recent common sense judgement in India confirms what the 'Amway' mob has been getting away with for the past 50 years. Your Judges looked at what 'Amway' claims to offer and realized that it is an absurd, but nonetheless pernicious, rags-to-riches fairy-tale designed to lure the vulnerable into a trap.
Each time part of 'Amway's' labyrinth of corporate structures is examined by critical minds, it is discovered that virtually no products are being sold to outsiders, and that participants are being taught that if they buy a certain quantity of products themselves each month and recruit all their friends and relations to do the same, in 2-5 years they can sit back and enjoy prosperity, freedom, happiness, etc. for evermore.
When any part of the 'Amway' labyrinth faces closure on the grounds that 'MLM' is an impossible closed-market, money circulation scheme camouflaged by (effectively) unsaleable products (as was the case in the UK), the organization hires convincing attorney's (usually former law enforcement agents) and they solemnly promise the courts that everything will be put in order. If the Judges don't see that 'Amway's' scripted defence is part of a pattern of lies, then they give the organization the benefit of the doubt and allow it to continue.
It is, therefore, a pointless excercise to examine any part of the 'Amway' labyrinth in isolation. 'Amway' is an ongoing,organized crime group running a global racket. Down the years, its bosses have developed all manner of devious tactics to prevent, and/or, divert investigation and isolate themselves from liability. This sanctimonious little gang of American-based racketeers continue to thieve from mankind, surviving all less-than-intellectually rigorous challenges.

Hats off to your Indian judges.

David Brear


dtytrivedi said...

hey i tell u one thing people say there are chances that people can reach to that level where u don't have to go to work,but thats not gurranteed, if a distributor does then he is doing wrong, amway has never made that statement.

and if u say that it worldwide racket,then listen amway last year gave more than $2.4 billion to the distributors in forms of bonus and incentives according to their business structure and volume. how could any company can give back more than 30% of its revenue back to its distributors?

dtytrivedi said...

you won't understand it if u didn't understand its business plan.

dtytrivedi said...

if it was racket, how could it is having strong online presence in internet retailing in north america