Thursday, 24 December 2009

IBOFB bids to hide behind his dear old mother

I observe that the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson, has again opened his fat beak to squawk and put his foot in it.
Despite what he claims not to have said, the gormless twit has previously broadcast to the world that the overwhelming majority of insolvent 'Amway' commission agents who are arbitrarily defined in their comic-book 'Amway Distributor Contracts' as 'Independent Business Owners' are 'retail customers of Amway' as well. So, by the same absurd logic, the overwhelming majority of people whom Steadson now steadfastly pretends to be 'retail customers of Amway' are also insolvent commission agents of 'Amway'. Apparently, 'Amway UK Ltd.' (on the advice of its lawyers) has now officially redefined its insolvent commission agents as 'customers' to avoid the possibility of criminal investigation and prosecution for having fronted a pyramid scam (with insufficient external revenue) for 34 years. Thus, when Steadson says he has 'dozens of customers' what he's really saying is, that he has recruited more 'Amway' adherents. However, we only have his word for that.
Who the hell does Steadson think he's fooling with all this mind-numbing, puerile drivel?
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, it doesn't matter in the slightest what reality-inverting title the bosses of the 'Amway' mob hang round the necks of their victims. The tens of millions of people who have signed contracts with 'Amway' down the years, and abandoned the organization, have all lost money in a premeditated closed-market swindle which has generated billions of dollars for a handful of racketeers and served as the gateway to an even larger advanced fee fraud.
Steadson's latest intellectually-feeble post, in which he attempts to hide behind a typically wholesome 'Amway' image of his dear old 'mother' - a shining example of a satisfied 'Amway' customer of 30 years standing - is laughable.
David Brear


IBOFB said...

Brear's getting a little testy .... not one to celebrate Christmas huh David?

So let's see what "redefinition" is going on here .... all I'm doing is calling people who buy products for their own personal use "retail customers" ... exactly the same definition pretty much any tax authority in the world uses!

I'm also saying that someone who is simply buying products, is not selling them, and is not trying to recruit people ... is nothing more than a customer!

Oh yeah, that's just crazy thinking! :-/

And when I said personal customers I explictly meant people who bought from me, not from Amway. They have signed no contract with anyone. Does that make them "Amway adherents"? Sure - they love the products from Amway.

Of course, in Brearyland that automatically makes them suspect.

But I notice neither Brear nor Shyam actually answered the question I posed (Surprise!)

What Amway products have you actually tried, Brear, Shyam?

Tex said...


Not one to celebrate Christmas?

Look in the mirror, you're an atheist! LOL

And your name is also David!LOL

AND Jesus came from "The House of David!" LOL

You also ignored my post on the previous thread that shows how weak your argument is, as usual.

dtytrivedi said...

i know they have not even tried. they know the price of the glister and at max they consider andhra food state lab results as conclusion that nutrilite is selling products at exorbitant price with no value.

dtytrivedi said...

these people don't understand that amway gave 30% of its sales revenue on the basis of the business structure and business volume.

And in the next post brear write

"tens of millions) did not receive an overall profit from the operation of a so-called 'Amway Business', because this was a mathematical impossibility"

they think that becoming amway distributor means buying the shares of amway!!!

very silly isn't it.

yet after saying this; these guys will not answer, instead they will nickname me like lobster, spineliness creature and tell some behavioral and psychological symptoms like "castrated mind ", "ego-inflating and reality-inverting".

there is no or little reply regarding the point and these guys will keep on writing biography on me and other amway supporters.

well, that doesn't make any sense.

if i am wrong then check the next reply or post from these guys u will notice the same sort of reply.

Tex said...


Amway could pay back 50%, and the upline LCKs would still take it all, and then some, via the Amway tool scam.

dtytrivedi said...

can u eloborate what do u mean by LCK?