Thursday, 9 September 2010

UK Government lawyers described the likes of Mr. Steadson as 'sadly deluded'

'Joecool' is perfectly correct. He is, after all, a first-hand witness to what the overwhelming majority of insolvent 'Amway' adherents have actually been taught to believe, and to preach, as Gospel.
The real reason why insolvent 'Amway' adherents have flown in the face of all common sense and bought piles of over-priced 'Amway' wampum, is because they were conditioned to stop thinking and unconsciously to accept that by exactly duplicating the Proven Plan of self-consumption and recruitment they could achieve the future 'Amway' Utopia. Perhaps the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr.'IBOFB' Steadson, will be able to explain away the following factual evidence which supports what 'Joecool' has said and which was confirmed by the recent UK government investigation of 'Amway UK Ltd.' This evidence concerns the overall number of UK and Irish citizens who were churned through the 'Amway' closed-market between 1973 and 2006, and who never bought over-priced 'Amway' wampum prior to, or after, their involvement.
For years, 'Amway UK Ltd.' boasted of its constantly-growing Networks of Independent Business Owners and of the multi-million pounds of sales they were conducting each year. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, approximately 90, 000 so-called 'IBOs' were regularly claimed in the UK and Ireland. However, during the same period, 'Amway UK Ltd.' disclosed that the annual drop-out rate of so-called 'IBOs' was always around 50%. In other words, at the height of 'Amway' activity in the UK and Ireland almost 50 000 people were being churned through the closed-market each year. In total, according to 'Amway' UK's' own claimed numbers of so-called 'IBOs', and the constant annual drop-out rate of around 50%, it is easy to extrapolate that more than one million people were churned through the 'Amway' closed-market in the UK during the period 1973-2006. However, according to the UK Government Investigation, virtually no one except the current crop of so-called 'IBOs' had been buying 'Amway's'over-priced wampum.
Indeed, during the petition to have 'Amway UK' bankrupted and closed, UK government lawyers described 'Amway' wampum as being wildly exorbitant even at the wholesale price ( i.e. 30% less than the full retail price to the public), and 'Amway' adherents (who were virtually the only people buying it) as 'sadly deluded.'
David Brear (copyright 2010)


IBOFB said...

JoeCool is a first hand witness to what millions, probably tens of millions, have experienced?

JoeCool doesn't even know 1% of 1% of 1% of people who have ever been Amway reps, let alone have first hand experience of them.

It's clear who is "sadly deluded", and it's not me.

As for delusion, the "evidence" you claim support this does no such thing.

So 50% drop out. We also know, from Woodward vs Quixtar, that 50% of new IBOs *never even buy an Amway product after joining*

Why they don't is another legitimate question, but what does it say?

It says Amway is a low-risk, low-cost opportunity that pretty much anyone can try. If they decide it's not for them, they can move on - they can even get a refund if they wish.

That's a positive thing, not a negative thing.

Brear, why do you think it's a bad thing that people can try something out at low cost and low risk?

Joecool said...

"Joecool" sat in audiences of over 10,000 people several times where all this BS was taught. What's more, IBOFB currently visits the blog of a current WWDB IBO who is spouting the same crap that Joecool saw 12 years ago.

Buy homes in cash, Dream Night functions, flushing the job, chasing the dreams, Getting a huge tax refund because of business expenses but still claiming a big profit. The evidence is there but
IBOFB is convinced that 2+2 = 5.