Many people believe, rather ignorantly, that whatever published in newspapers is fact. They do not distinguish between Press statements, eye witness accounts, editorial articles and editors' comments. Interestingly, a sizable number of people do not distinguish between advertisements and news. This was revealed in a survey a decade ago.
It seems Mr Trivedi is also no exception. I must confess that Mr Trivedi shared nothing with me so far. All he mentioned was some Press statements by a bunch of thieves who have been looting my country for the last one decade. Interestingly, he asks me to read the statements of the apologists of a fraud company. Above all, he refuses to read the judgment of the High Court of Andhra Pradesh to learn how Amway India was nailed.
I have mentioned before the names of some 33 companies which indulged in illegal money circulation scheme and all of them obtained stay orders from the judicial courts even before the police filed any criminal case against them. That includes GoldQuest International. Notable point here is that most of these companies are the members of Indian Direct Selling Association (IDSA). IDSA headed and founded by Amway got GoldQuest International admitted into its fold as a direct selling company but distanced itself once it was caught red-handed.
My friend Trivedi, kindly read the High Court judgement to understand how these companies are cheating people in the name of direct selling and how these companies are unjustly enriching themselves from selling starter kits, annual subscriptions and attractive commissions to lure the members to bring in more members, exorbitant price of products, etc.
For example, the ex-factory price of Glister toothpaste is Rs. 16 on which the Amway India is paying tax to the government but it is selling the same for Rs. 120 to the consumer. Now tell me whether the consumer is really getting benefitted through so-called direct selling.
Love your country and do not allow these crooks to make love to your country.