"The Apple FMCG in its petition submitted that earlier 45 per cent of the sale amount was distributed as commission but presently it is increased to 65 per cent of the sale price. That means the goods which are worth only Rs.35 are sold at Rs. 100 and this Rs. 35 covers not only the price of the goods, but also expenditure involves for the administration of the company. Of course, the court cannot interfere with the fixation of the price. Anybody is free to fix any price and it is for the customers to accept or not. ut, it is not an ordinary sale of goods. The persons are lured to become a distributor only on the hope or expectation that he may get more money by e\way of commission if he sells the products similarly toothers. Of course, manypersons are earning lot of commission inthis manner. This chain is likely to progress for sometime. At one point of time the progress of the chain will stop. On that day persons who buy the product may not find any further distributor to purchase from them. By the time, the company would have earned enormous profit. But a very large number of persons would be left cheated."
This is enough, it seems, to liken the business scheme of Apple FMCG with that of Amway to showcase how the latter is cheating the people all over world.