Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Brainless little lobster's arrogant stupidity is laughable

What more can we say to this unquestioning little 'Amway' adherent, Trivedi? How is it possible that he remains totally convinced that there is nothing wrong with 'Amway?' , when no one (not even the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson) disputes the simple facts that, for more than 50 years, virtually no 'Amway' products have been sold to persons who are not agents of the organization and that, as a result , the overwhelming majority of former 'Amway' agents (who, according to the organization's own drop-out figures, now total tens of millions) did not receive an overall profit from the operation of a so-called 'Amway Business', because this was a mathematical impossibility.
In other words, on this unchallenged evidence, it is (effectively) a certainty that anyone who signs a contract with 'Amway' will lose money: whilst the billionaire bosses of the organization will continue to coin it.
Steadson's feeble explanation of these damning facts is that all the tens of millions of people who have handed their money to the billionaire 'Amway' bosses, down the years, weren't actually participating in the 'Amway Business' at all, they were really 'retail customers' of 'Amway', but, since it didn't say that in their contracts, even this twisted construction of events is a confession that a massive fraud has been perpetrated. Yet, Trivedi's castrated mind systematically accepts the billionaire 'Amway' bosses own comic-book 'multi-billion dollar sales figures' (which deliberately make no distinction between economically-incestuous internal, and economically-healthy, external transactions) as quantifiable evidence that 'Amway' is not a closed-market swindle, and he rejects as a complete 'fabrication' the perfect deconstructed analysis of how these sanctimonious American racketeers have been secretly thieving from the world for more than half a century.
When you also know that an even more profitable, advanced fee fraud (in which a fictional future Utopia of 'Total Financial Freedom' is peddled as fact) has been run in tandem with the closed-market 'Amway' swindle, then Trivedi's inflexible denial of reality becomes truly frightening.
The insatiable bosses of the 'Amway' mob must fall about laughing at the arrogant stupidity of brainless little lobsters like Trivedi, upon whom they continue to gorge themselves.
David Brear


quixtarisacult said...


Remember, I said it is okay to scam yourself. That goes for 'Textard' as well. It couldn't happen to two nicer people. I suppose the Amway dog food is human edible in the end.

Tex said...


Given that China is Amway's largest market, and most of their volume is retail, how is it possible you have a clue? LOL

IBOFB said...

Brear lives in some bizarre self-defined reality that simply cannot survive allowing the entrance of facts.

Contrary to his claims I've often disputed the claims of no retail customers - I dispute it from the personal experience I have of dozens of my own customers. I dispute it from the more than 16,000 registered customers with the new UK model. I dispute it with the fact my very own mother has been buying Amway products, as a customer, for over 30 years! I dispute it with the fact that the vast majority of people registered as IBOs have zero "business" incentive to purchase the products as they're not building a business yet continue to purchase products - legitimate retail customers.

The statistics are clear - those who join and actually buy products continue to do so, even if they do not participate in the business opportunity.

Interestingly enough, a study by the University of Westiminster found that people who had actually had experience of products sold through direct sales channels (primarily MLM, and Amway was included in the study) overwhelming had positive views of the industry.

Those who had negative views were those who had never actually tried any of the products themselves.

These are the facts.

This is the truth the Brear Bubble cannot cope with.

Great products, great value - the consumer has spoken.

Still, it begs the question .... Brear, Shyam - which Amway products have you personally tried?

Joecool said...

Those facts may not be applicable to the US.

Tex said...

I agreed with you until here:

I dispute it with the fact that the vast majority of people registered as IBOs have zero "business" incentive to purchase the products as they're not building a business yet continue to purchase products - legitimate retail customers. ---- You are breaking the written rules by claiming this group of IBOs as customers. You also can't measure the motivation of otherwise inactive IBOs, perhaps they are "getting ready" to build the business, putting it off until they have more time, want to suck up to the upline so they don't alienate them, etc.

quixtarisacult said...


I think it is fine for trivedi, textard and even IBOFB Steadson to continue down the path that they advocate.

It is simply poetic justice that Amway will do for them what it has done for countless others. Making millionaires not being one of these.

"Steal a little and they call you a thief; steal a lot and the call you Amway."