Trivedi is a funny fellow. No need to sell products and no need to enrol members. Still it is a good business opportunity. Who said about any thing about compulsion. Everyone wants to make lots of money and it is sufficient inducement to earn lots of money by enrolling members. That is the crux of the issue. If you can earn five lakh rupees a month can you resist the temptation as it is not compulsion. You keep on pestering people whoever you come across be they are your relatives or friends. That is what was pointed out by the Andhra Pradesh High Court. The whole idea behind the enrolment and exorbitant prices is the money circulation scheme. Product sales is only a camouflage activity. Trivedi conveniently forgets that the mentioning of the case of Raja Naren who is making lots of money without selling any products but on the purchase of his downline members. That was pointed out by the Andhra Pradesh High Court.
The hooded fellow has come out with another myth. The products he mentioned were available not over the counter but only through internet. That is another racket. All the products I mentiioned were avilable over the counter anywhere in the country.
The same old argument these crooks hide behind is the myth of 'quality'. The quality of Amway products is questionable.
Clueless Tex points out that the Rs. 16 of the Glister toothpaste is only manufacture price. Laugh Out Loud. Nobody pays tax to the Sales Tax department on manufacture price. It is the sales tax.