Tuesday, 30 March 2010
Monday, 29 March 2010
One Ananta Padmanabha Swami from Madanapalli writes that he has been well motivated by Raja Naren to become an Amway distributor. He claims to be a taxi driver and a dreamer. However, he did not say how much amount he is investing every month to purchase products and how much commission he is earning. He is all praise of Raja Naren, a Diamond, but he was not clear whether he is working for him or a mere admirer. It is hoped that the dreamer would wake up some day and realise the futile exercise of dreaming.
At the disrupted venue of Amway meeting at Vijayawada, a newly joined distributor said that he became a distributor by paying Rs. 1000 and he is purchasing products worth Rs. 1000 and earning a commission of Rs. 60. When asked he said that he would have to purchase products worth Rs. 18,000 to earn a commission of Rs. 1000. He just smiled when asked what he would do with products worth Rs. 18,000 every month.
Now the Clueless Tex, the stupid, asks what is the evidence of the new distributor. He is such a nitwit he could ask any question. Anyway, it seems Tex, the stupid did not make a phone call to the police officer to verify veracity of the 'story'.
Sunday, 28 March 2010
Mr Madangopal Agarwal wanted to know what to do with the cheating companies like TVI Express. He says that he was cheated by the company.
Actually this TVI Express is indulging in money circulation scheme and cheating the gullible in many countries. If Mr Madangopal is from India, he could file a criminal case against that company under the provisions of the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978. If the police did not accept to file the criminal case, Mr Madangopal could file a private complaint against the company in a Metropolitan Magistrate Court and seek directions to the police to file the criminal case against that company.
There have been a number of unscrupulous companies sprouting all over country cheating the public with smooth talk and inducement to become rich in a short span. All these companies take cue from the mother of all scams, Amway. The victims realise only after losing their hard-earned money. Still, they prefer not to file a complaint with the police. At least they could come out openly against such companies and write to the newspapers and authorities about the fraudulent practices of these companies. Then only the government authorities and the police would take action.
My dear fellow humans! Do not believe these smooth-talking con men and fall prey to their schemes -- be it binary or 6-4-3. Do not lose your hard-earned money.
Clueless Tex, the stupid, strongly believes that every one is a liar because he is a born liar. He never believes even in his dream that people could be honest and truthful. His reaction to the earlier post on Amway reflected his original self. The confused IBOFB asked a sensible question. The whole episode is divided into two parts. One pertains to the grievance of Ms Sujata and the other is the complaint lodged by the Corporate Frauds Watch.
It is easy to find out through his co-apologists whatever happened to the grand meet at Vijayawada. Why Mr William Pinckney returned on the same flight without participating in the meeting. Instead of finding out the truth, the Faceless, Spineless, Brainless Tex simply says that it is a story.
IBOFB should ask himself the question whether there is anyone who follows rules set by Amway. The famous ENT surgeon from Vijayawada prescribes Amway's dietary supplements to his patients.
Tex, the stupid, check the incident with your fellow apologists and find out the truth. Ms Bhavani, the area manager of Amway India along with some distributors was kept in the Machavaram police station in Vijayawada till late night and finally let off after slapping a minor case. It seems Tex, the stupid is taking advantage of my open blog and squawking whatever he wants. Just learn the truth, only truth, nothing but truth.
Saturday, 27 March 2010
Why did Amway India chief Mr William Pinckney and Diamond Raja Naren run away from Vijayawada without participating in the much-publicised India Success 2010 meet at a college auditorium on Saturday. The obvious reason - Police chased them out.
It all started when an Amway victim, Mrs. Bitra Sujata approached the office-bearers of Amway India at Vijayawada with the plea that Amway India should refund the Rs. 3 lakh (Rs Three Hundred Thousand) which was spent by her late husband, Mr Venugopal to purchase products. The Amway India bluntly refused to take back the stock.
Hurt by the rejection, Ms Sujata pleaded with Amway officials that after husband died, she was not in a position to sell the products and that she is in a financial distress and badly in need of money. When nobody heard her, she approached an advocate, Mr Madanmohan Choudary who in turn contacted the Corporate Frauds Watch. A criminal case of cheating and money circulation scheme was filed against Amway India.
Mrs Sujata took the opportunity to raise the subject when the Amway India announced the grand meeting. Corporate Frauds Watch took up the matter and contacted the police officials. The police officials promptly reacted and disrupted the meeting chasing away the members from the venue. They have even removed the flexi boards, festoons and other publicity material from the venue and dumped them at the police station.
Mr Pinckney who alighted the King Fisher Airlines plane at Gannavaram airport was compelled to return on the same flight to Hyderabad without participating in the meeting only to dodge the police grilling. Raja Naren also took the same course of action.
Police said that the organisers of the meeting did not take permission for conducting the meet and that is the reason it was disrupted. If any victim comes out with allegations of money circulation scheme, they are ready to file more criminal cases against the company, the police asserted.
Thursday, 25 March 2010
Wednesday, 24 March 2010
Saturday, 20 March 2010
Friday, 19 March 2010
Thursday, 18 March 2010
No one could wake up a pretending person. IBOFB is once again pulling an innocent face and asking if everybody wants to complete one's own leg, it won't be 6-4-3 business model. He knows well that it is exactly what every IBO does as a distributor of Amway junk. The real motive behind the business model is to create an infinite chain of membership and to exploit people in the name of selling products. Such crooks unfortunately inspired many and many joined the bandwagon out to loot people.
Tex, the stupid don't even remember what the scheme is but inquires whether someone prompted me to submit that question. I have made it many times clear that I rely on the judgement of Andhra Pradesh High Court and the judgement was based on the affidavit submitted by Amway India itself.
Tex should realise that purchasing of tools is not compulsory but purchasing of products is must in the Amway scam. Unless one purchases products worth Rs. 2000 every month, he stands to lose his commission. That is the trap. They may be induced or even hypnotised to purchase tools.
These crooks always try to deviate the issues and divert the attention of people from the real dangers of joining such schemes.
My dear fellow humans all over world! Do not fall prey to the devious tactics of these crooks and lose your hard-earned money.
Wednesday, 17 March 2010
Let us move on to the next step. The masked IBOFB poses an idiotic question. How come there be more than 103 persons in the Amway.
In the 6-4-3 scheme, if a member/distributor completes one leg that is 102 members, he is sure to earn Rs. 62,150 every month (as per the new business plan of Amway India) assuming all these members purchase products worth at least Rs. 2000 every month. But all these members would not sit idle purchasing products. Everyone of them wants to complete his own leg and everyone tries hard to enroll more members to complete that one leg comprising 102 members. That is why it is called infinite chain and that is what the Supreme Court of India described it as mathematical impossibility.
Let us go back to the judgement of Andhra Pradesh High Court. In the para 34 of the judgement the Honourable Court stated that it is evident that the whole scheme is ingeniously conceived that 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 new members in their hot pursuit to make quick/easy money.
Tuesday, 16 March 2010
After Clueless Tex and Baffled Trivedi, the Confused IBOFB joins the bandwagon of brainless chicken. Otherwise, is he feigning ignorance? Everyone is aware of the 6-4-3 scheme and it could be understood that IBOFB pulling a confused face. Or is he poor in mathematics?
The IBOFB claims to have read the Andhra Pradesh High Court Judgement. The Division Bench quoting the affidavit filed by Amway India itself elaborated the scheme and came to conclusion that the business model of Amway India is illegal and attracts the provisions of the Prize Chits & Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978.
On one hand, the Baffled Trivedi says that there is no bar on the number of distributors to be enrolled and the Confused IBOFB says otherwise. According to him, 6-4-3 means in only 78 people. 6 X 4 = 24 and 24 x 3= 72. 6+24+72= 102 +1(the first distributor) = 103. This is the simple maths, And it goes above the confused IBOFB's head.
According to Trivedi, a distributor could enroll any number of distributors. And no compulsion to enroll too,Trivedi says. And which one is true. Is it somewhere in between?
IBOFB no more tricks. Come out open by removing the mask. Why don't you be honest to yourself?
Let us recall the case of GoldQuest International which employed the same trick of selling products i.e. gold medallions. Now the CID has gathered the names of more than 2700 persons who amassed commission of more than Rs. 50,000. It could do well the same technique with the Amway India's money circulation scheme. That is what has been asked in the rejoinder submitted to the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court