Sunday, 9 May 2010

IBOFB might have received training in Scientology

Shyam
Fraud is defined in all civilized countries as, lying to people in order to take their money. It is a form of theft. Today, law enforcement agencies in many countries treat major fraud committed behind a corporate structure, or labyrinths of corporate structures, in a different way to how they treat minor fraud committed by an individual. Indeed, recent history proves that law enforcement agents are just as likely to fall victim to corporate frauds as any other citizen. Currently, in the UK, the fraudulent activities of a counterfeit company like 'Amway UK Ltd.' only risk coming under initial investigation from civil regulators who have no power to prosecute criminal offences. That said, in the UK, the setting up of a money circulation scheme based on the pernicious lie that endless chains of recruitment can produce endless profits for the recruits, is a criminal offence which can lead to a prison term of 2-4 years, but the same crime can be dressed up as 'Direct Selling'or 'Multilevel Marketing Scheme,' and this (more-sustainable variation) has never been fully-defined in UK law. Apart from applying common sense, the only way to prove that an illegal money circulation scheme has been in operation, is to discover if the scheme has had any significant and sustainable revenue from a source, and/or sources, other than its own contributing recruits. If it hasn't, then its closed market swindle, in which ill-informed participants have been peddled infinite shares in their own finite money. Closed-markets are inherently fraudulent, but again as recent history proves, if you set up such a camouflaged swindle to lure people into secondary advance fee frauds (or 'Tool Scams') which are hidden behind further labyrinths of (apparently independent) corporate structures, then the chances of you being held to account are pretty slim in a country like the UK. However, the setting up of such a criminogenic system is what is defined in the USA, and some other countries, as a pattern of major racketeering activity. Racketeering is punishable in the USA by a maximum prison term of 25 years and a maximum fine of $250 000 per racketeering count.
I'm sure, shyam, that you and your readers will agree that (in view of this wider-picture) my lucid description of the unmasked 'Amway' Squealer, Mr. David J. Steadson, as, an amoral little shit with a psychology degree, and his de facto associates as, a vile little flock of intellectually-castrated 'Amway' apologists, is an accurate (and even restrained) use of the English language. Indeed, I have had certain destitute 'Amway' victims contacting me whose uncontrollable anger (in respect of Mr. Steadson and his de facto bosses) is truly shocking to hear. Furthermore, it beggars belief that Mr. Steadson (someone who has steadfastly pretended moral and intellectual authority and who has even boasted of his 'academic qualifications in the field of psychology' ), can be proud of his use of such a puerile and abusive word as,'nutcase.'
Self-evidently, the ugly truth about what lurks behind 'Amway' and its copy-cats which we have been calmly posting on your Site, cannot be refuted by anyone, let alone Mr. Steadson. Therefore (typically of an amoral little shit with psychology degree who has been co-opted by billionaire racketeers to obstruct justice), Mr. Steadson's only tactics now, are to revert to attempted character-assassination and 'Bull-Baiting' of all persons challenging the authenticity of his group's absurd, but nonetheless pernicious, Utopian myth. This is why other well-informed people have suggested to me that Mr. Steadson might well have received some, or all, of his training in 'Scientology.'
David Brear (copyright 2010)

12 comments:

IBOFB said...

I'm still curious where the cash is coming from in this "closed system"?

IBOs are counterfeiting it?

Tex said...

No, Brear is counterfeiting his own intelligence. LOL

Umamaheswara Rao said...

The scams/frauds etc under discussion have other ramifications also, like not paying up taxes that are due to the respective Governments. Going to the AUS site (via amquix.info, what's new on the site), one can see the description of the famous (in)Canadian Tax Fraud in vivid detail. The fraud is a record in the Canadian history. And how audacious the Chief was in projecting what is not true has also been dealt. How many tax frauds are being committed in India by so many operators is unfathomable. Many crimes go uninvestigated for some reason or the other. So the illegal structures have their field day.

Umamaheswara Rao said...

The "closed system" is not closed with respect to cash. The cash comes from the vast majority of losers down the pyramid. There are no verifiable accounts available. And so the gullible fall prey to what is doled out by the operators of the structures. There is no simple foolproof system to stem the rot in the bud. May be it will evolve now.

Umamaheswara Rao said...

The "closed system" is not closed with respect to cash. The cash comes from the vast majority of losers down the pyramid. There are no verifiable accounts available. And so the gullible fall prey to what is doled out by the operators of the structures. There is no simple foolproof system to stem the rot in the bud. May be it will evolve now.

Tex said...

Here's a question Brear and Shyam refuse to answer:

If Amway's products cost half as much as their competition, is it possible that a "closed system" would be of any concern?

Umamaheswara Rao said...

That halving and seeing what then happens to their system has to be tried out by Amway.Closed system will be a closed system as long as there is no verifiable accounting as to how many in the vast distributor flock lose and how many gain, their quantum, every year.

Tex said...

If the products cost half as much as the competition, who is being harmed?

IBOFB said...

Right ... so it's a closed system ... just it's not closed.

Yeah, that makes sense.

Re Canada - are you serious? This was ... what ... almost 40 years ago! That's the best you've got?

51 yr old award winning global company doing billions in sales every year.

Your argument it's all a scam apparently rests on -

* a 40 yr old tax dispute
* a preliminary finding in an Indian regional court - a finding contrary to final findings in some of the highest courts in other countries
* a minor labelling issue on a handful of products

That's it?

Seriously?

Oh yeah, and one David Brear, of unknown occupation, unknown background, and unknown location, thinks the products are worthless.

Well, that's it then, case closed! The company should obviously cease trading immediately! :-O

Mr Million said...

Typical IBOFB, always using the straw man argument, a logical fallacy used by 10 year olds.
Never answering the problem, just shifting the problem, and trying to discredit to author, but never ever able to refute the fact that this is one of the worst business models ever. This is the case with all Amway evangelists, all 3 of them in the world.

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