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.