The idea behind pointing out the real value of Glister toothpaste is how many times of its value Amway India is charging its consumers. And they claim that it is direct selling. The money circulation scheme stems out from the overpriced products and above all the 'enrollment'.
Without enrollment these MLM companies would not survive. That is why the Andhra Pradesh High Court has rightly pointed out that,
"It is thus, evident that the whole scheme is so ingeniously conceived tha the inducement for aggressive enrollment of new members to earn more and more commission is inherent in the scheme. By holding out attractive commission on the business turned out by the downline members, the scheme provides for sufficient inducements for its members to chase for the new members in their hot pursuit to make quick/easy money. On the part of the promoter (Amway India) by pushing each member to achieve the minimum sales worth Rs. 2000 per month (this sale includes enrollment of new members) the promoter is assured of about Rs. 1000 crore (Rs. 10 billion) per annum. All this squarely satisfies the description of quick/easy money. In addition to this it is an admitted fact that each person in order to continue to be the distributor, shall opya renewal subscription fee of Rs. 995 per annum. In para 11(b) of the counter affidavit on the admitted number of distributors of 4,50,000 this amount is calculated at about Rs. 45 crore per annum. These figures are not denied by the first petitioner (Amway India) in the rejoinder. The plea of the first petitioner that there is no compulsion that a member shall renew his distributorship looks to be specious. Once a person becomes a distributor in a scheme of this nature where the sops in the shape of commission are so luring, it would be very difficult for a member to withdraw from their membership to avoid payment of the annual renewal subscription fee. (Para 34)."
This is enough for the Amway apologists to shut their mouths. But they never agree to the reality.