Our young man Trivedi, it seems, is agreeing that all companies who are caught are thieves except Amway. There is a saying in Hindi "Jo pakadgayaa wahi Chor Hai". But Trivedi says "Pakadgayaa to bhee chor nahin hai." Amway India filed a writ petition in the Andhra Pradesh High Court seeking that the court pronounce that its business model is legal. But much to its chagrin, the High Court held that the business model of Amway is illegal. For details read the judgement at www.skmastanvali.com.
The judgement itself is self-explanatory and proved beyond doubt that the business model is out to cheat the gullible public and attracts the provisions of the Prize Chits & Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978. The Division Bench of the AP High Court carefully analysed each and every point in the writ petition filed by the Amway India and came to the conclusion that it is illegal.
Now the criminal case is pending against the Amway India in the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court, Nampally, Hyderabad.
All these fraudulent companies have formed Indian Direct Selling Association (IDSA) headed by Amway. But if a criminal case is filed against any one company, Amway apologists coolly say that that particular company's business is pyramid and illegal. That is why I said, "Jo pakadgayaa wahi chor hai." One cannot just say that it is a legal business because it has activities in several countries and 107 billion dollar swindle.
Wake up my dear fellow humans all over world. Throw these fraudsters out of your countries. These are eating away your economies and damaging the social fabric.