Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Trivedi bluffs that high pricing is actually beneficial to the consumer

Trivedi is now again claiming that it is beneficial to the consumer to purchase a product which is several times costlier than any other similar product.
The ex-factory price of Glister toothpaste is Rs. 16 and that is being sold at Rs. 120 to the consumer. I hope he elaborates how it is beneficial to the consumer. The profit between Rs 16 and Rs. 120 is shared by a number of distributors and a sizable amount goes to Amway India. Now how could that be beneficial to the consumer? I am talking about the end-user not a distributor. The Amway adherents ask the consumers to use toothpaste horizantally instead of vertically to save. That could be done with other good brands available in India.
I also hope he would not repeat that it is of high quality. In the name of 'high quality' because of it is from the wonderland America, Amway has been selling the trash in India.
I appeal to my fellow Indians not to fall for this trap and buy the overpriced trash. Amway's scheme is an illegal money circulation scheme and its distributors are sharing the booty unabashedly all these years. Let us throw this crook out of out country.


dtytrivedi said...

welll u think tthat some one who is anti amway just tells u this glister just cost around Rs 16 and believe thats ur perception not mine.

well keep following them, but yeah u havent answered my question regarding LOC.

dtytrivedi said...

i appeal my friends just to ask him from where did he found this great secret!!!!

From blogs, from advocate website or any guy who hates amway just told him he posted in blog.

Tex said...

Congratulations! You and Brear are doing a GREAT job of fighting Amway...NOT! LOL


When you guys want to get a clue, let me know. LOL

dtytrivedi said...

another thing i want to add with TEX.

the Korea Foreign Company Association (KOFA) surveyed 1000 adults in the country's five major cities prior to the first "Foreign Companies' Day" to be celebrated on December 18

The following are the ranks of the company on the basis of the survey
as the favorite company for korean people

1. McDonalds
2. Carrefour
3. Amway <------------ if it is close market swindle how it would come to this spot

4. Citibank
5. IBM
6. Renault and
7. Sony Corporation

dtytrivedi said...

not only this TEX, according my knowledge amway's annual turnover during 2005 was Rs 634 crore and 2006 was 738 crore.

any guesses for 2009 which is yet to complete.

Amway's revenue for the first seven months of july 2009 is Rs 780 crore!!!!