The thief is caught in the act. He confessed that he has been stealing from people at large. However, he demands not to be punished. How could the court allow an out of court of settlement for theft. Still, he appeals to the court for an out of court settlement promising he would mend his ways.
The arrogant apologists continue to argue, albeit lamely, that the culprit wishes to pay some amount to the victims as if it is a great thing.
Don't they realise that Amway is admitting its guilt by agreeing to pay its victims. Don't they understand that the Amway business model is nothing but a pyramid scheme and outright cheating. They know well that Amway has indulged in stealing all these years. They steadfastly defended its business model. They also pretended that everything is fine with Amway though they and their friends and relatives have already lost a substantial amount in the Amway racket.
If it is in India, the Corporate Frauds Watch would have filed an implead petition in the criminal case under the new provisions of CrPC and contested for imprisonment for the past deeds of Amway.
We, people of India, appeal to the American judiciary not to allow the thief go scotfree. Under the Prize Chits & Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978, the act is punishable with three years imprisonment and fine.