Sunday, 14 March 2010

Masked IBOFB offering comic relief

The 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw is now offering your readers comic relief, as well as still pretending to extrapolate a sense from what he reads which does not, and cannot, exist in my text.
According to Mr. Steadson, I'm a 'liar' for stating that (for more than 50 years) virtually no member of the public anywhere in the world has voluntarily purchased products, and/or services, from any transient non-salaried commission agent of the 'Amway' organization, because they were maliciously fixed at a quality and price that rendered them (effectively) unsaleable on the open market. Thus, the only money circulating within the so-called 'Amway MLM' scheme could only have come internally via the contributing participants in that scheme, making it a mathematical certainty that the overwhelming majority of these contributing participants could never hope to receive an overall profit.
Mr. Steadson pretends that the word, virtually, reads as'absolutely.'
Even Mr. 'Tex' Johnson accepts that the amount of grossly- overpriced 'Amway' wampum that has recently been sold on to the public in the USA is a pathetic 3-4% (perhaps this figure includes the mountains of untouched 'Amway' junk that has been knocked out at bargain prices on e-bay). However, this virtually non-existent retail activity is itself almost certainly an exaggeration; for each time the activities of the'Amway' mob have been independently investigated (as was the case in the UK) it has been discovered that the overwhelming majority of the organization's active non-salaried commission agents are merely contributing participants in a closed-market swindle, or money circulation scheme, who have been conditioned to believe that trying to retail 'Amway's' grossly-overpriced wampum is a waste of time. Indeed, in the recent UK investigation, more than 90% of active 'Amway' agents (around 30 000 persons) were found not to be attempting to retail this junk at all. The only evidence that any retailing of grossly-overpriced'Amway' wampum to the public was taking place in the UK, came from the minority core-group of deeply-deluded'Amway' adherents who offered unsubstantiated, but highly-convenient, evidence on behalf of their mob's billionaire bosses and millionaire under-bosses.
Apart from his own feigned incapacity to comprehend plain English, Mr. Steadson's evidence for calling me a 'liar,' is his own unsubstantiated, but highly-convenient, little anecdote involving an anonymous female friend (on a visit) who just happened to buy some grossly-overpriced 'Amway' wampum from him, voluntarily.
David Brear


IBOFB said...

oh right ... virtually no member of the public ... yes of course ... except of course that enormous number of people who think the products are so great they want to buy enough of them that its an intelligent decision to pay a membership fee to get cheaper pricing.

But of course, let's ignore them. That volome doesn't count, does it Brear?

And the 10s of millions of dollars of customer sales through the US website?

Well, that's virtually nothing ... we can ignore that too!

And the tens of thousands of registered customers purchasing through ABOs in the UK?

Well, that's virtually well .. nothing to bother counting ...

So, right ... we take Amway's sales data ...

subtract out all the sales to people who buy the products direct from ABOs

subtract out all the sales to people who become members because they want cheaper pricing

subtract out all the sales to ABOs who love the products and want to buy them for their own use, and also tell others about them

Well yes, virtually nothing left is there?

QED hey Brear? Q-E-bloody-D!!!

You're a veritable genius. You should get a Nobel Prize for economics. Heck, someone call Obama and Brown, quick! They need ... no ... the world needs ... the economic brilliance of David Brear!

Just wondering Brear, how have your own business ventures gone? I know you started a publishing company, but it seemed to last only a year and published what ... one book? ... by that brilliant and well regarded author ... what was his name? David Brear wasn't it?


Truly you're a riot! More fun than Monty Python and Saturday Night Live combined ...

Tex said...

Bottom line:

1. Retail volume is negligible, especially in the U.S.

2. The FTC is on record this isn't a problem.

Case closed. Interesting how 2 IDIOTS (Brear and ibofb) can be on opposite sides of an issue, but they're BOTH stupid!!! LOL