Monday, 5 October 2009

Read thoroughly what is presented before raising issues

It shows how much these Amway adherents properly understand whatever they are informed. The business is compulsory does not mean that the Amway India makes phone calls and asks them to buy products. They are not entitled to commission if they do not purchase products. Then they would be compelled to buy products fearing that they would lose the commission. The attractive commission is the inducement to compel the distributors to purchase products.
It is fun that Trivedi is offering me money to attend meetings to get answers. One, the endless chain is illegal business model. Second, who would be interested to purchase products at an exorbitant price? Thirdly, who would be interested to involve their friends and relatives in an illegal business model. Trivedi must understand that the Andhra Pradesh High Court did not come to conclusion on its own. It has based on the affidavit filed by the Amway India itself to pronounce that the Amway business model is illegal.
Let us discuss the point raised by IBOFB. 6-4-3 business model would not stop at that point. Every distributor who got enrolled wants to enrol more members under him whether he is in the six or four or three. That is why it is an endless chain. This simple logic goes above the heads of these Amway adherents. Either they are half-wits or out to hoodwink others.


dtytrivedi said...

i think u are assuming it that all amway distributors would be striving hard to get commisions.

Well amway also says that it has more than 4,50,000 active distributors in india.

It does not mean that it is quoting how many people have enrolling in amway.

U must be knowing active in this case. Don't make a bluff like what i did in ur question and u did in my question regarding what are the levels displayed in the business plan

dtytrivedi said...

did u know that in 6-4-3 plan there are many levels which person has to achieve before achieve silver producer

IBOFB said...

What Shyam is also conveniently forgetting is that if the distributor does not sell or legitimately use the products, then he also doesn't get a commission.

He also ignores the fact that the majority of people who buy Amway products *do not* get a commission. If they are not getting a commission, how is the commission are inducement to purchase?

It makes no sense.

Shyam also continues with the myth of the "endless chain". The FTC checked that idea out more than 30 years ago and found it simply wasn't true. As is evident by a simple review of the business model, the chain is not endless, it is limited by volume and the number of "links" is typically similar to traditional distribution or less. It is no more an "endless chain" than say selling rice, where anyone who wants to can buy and sell rice if they think there's a market for it. Unlike Amway however, they can't return the rice for a full refund if they can't sell it.

Simple logic is a wonderful thing, but if you go into it with false facts and understanding then you come up with false conclusions. That happens whether you misunderstand what I'm saying here, or misunderstand an Amway affidavit. It's still wrong.