Friday, 1 April 2011

'MLM' sounds too good to be true, because it is too good to be true

I thought that I would take the trouble to respond directly to the worrying enquiry of Nikhil Bhatia, who has been able to recognize one so-called 'MLM business opportunity,'Speakasiaonline' as a scam, but who still isn't sure about 'Amway.' 
I would caution Nikhil Bhatia not to allow himself to be bedazzled by 'Amway's' own reality-inverting propaganda, particularly concerning the alleged  'fabulous incomes'  of the organization's minority of higher-initiates who, tellingly, are known by the bedazzling (made-up) title of 'Diamonds.'  I would also caution Nikhil Bhatia not to listen to the unsubstantiated testimony of  bedazzled 'Amway' adherents. When such people smile and enthusiastically claim to be 'making money, by selling exclusive good-value products to the public for a profit,' calmly demand to see the quantifiable evidence that they are telling the truth. In fact, calmly demand to see the audited accounts and tax returns of their so-called 'Independent Amway Businesses.' 
Bedazzled 'Amway' adherents are conditioned to focus on their 'positive dreams and goals' and never to say anything 'negative' about what they are doing. In other words, they are programmed to hide the truth and to deny external reality. Obviously, if 'Amway' adherents were to tell the truth (that they are are not making any money), then no one would want to join them.  Consequently, such people will always find some scripted-excuse not to produce 'Amway'-related accounts and tax returns.
As you rightly advise Shyam, Nikhil Bhatia should make a conscious effort to remain in the adult world of quantifiable reality. He should first take a long and calm look at your previous posts and see that two senior Indian judges have already handed down a wise judgement which clearly states that the so-called  trading scheme which 'Amway India Enterprises' offers to the Indian public, exhibits the tell-tale characteristics which identify it as an unlawful money circulation scheme. However, this judgement only came as a result of the corporate officers of  'Amway India Enterprises' filing a malicious writ against the Indian police in a blatant attempt to obstruct a criminal investigation, and, thus, hide the truth about the catastrophic real results of the so-called 'Amway business opportunity.' 
Common-sense should tell Nikhil Bhatia that all 'MLM business opportunities' are far too good to be true. When you know the wider-truth about these absurd swindles, they are revealed as the equivalent of lotteries being peddled as 'income opportunities.'  In 'Amway,'  the so-called 'Diamonds winners' are merely decoys, whose role is to lure vulnerable players into an impossible game of make-believe. Indeed, bedazzled 'Amway' adherents have often been described as resembling gambling addicts. The real wealth in 'Amway'  has always been secretly generated by peddling the bedazzled adherents over-priced publications, recordings, tickets to meetings, etc., on the pretext that these 'good-value tools' contain 'vital secrets' which can lead anyone to 'success in the Amway business.'  However, for more than half a century, the grinning little gang of racketeers behind these related 'Amway' frauds have sought to maintain an absolute monopoly of informtion about the real catastrophic results of their so-called 'MLM business opportunity.'  No matter what these billionaire American thieves steadfastly pretend to be reality, the plain truth is, that tens of millions of constantly-churning people around the globe have been persuaded to hand over their money each month to dozens of  'Amway' front companies (in exchange for effectively-unsaleable wampum) believing  that in the future, simply by regularly purchasing 'Amway' products and services, and recruiting their friends and relations to do the same, they can all receive a lot more money in return. Since virtually the only customers for 'Amway'  wampum have been the organization's own bedazzled adherents, the so-called 'Amway business opportunity'  has always had an effectively 100% rolling failure-rate. 'Amway' adherents have actually been peddled infinite shares in their own finite money. 
For obvious reasons, this key-information has always been deliberately hidden from the public. 
Nikhil Bhatia should also realize that if what were are saying is false or inaccurate, then the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob would sue us, but their silence remains deafening. To date, all that these cowardly thieves have been able to do, has been to try to disrupt the warnings of Corporate Frauds Watch using their reality-inverting, and provactive, de facto agent, Mr. David J. Steadson a.k.a. 'IBOFB.' 
Again, the propaganda broadcasts of this vile little 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, have been another blatant attempt to hide the truth about 'Amway' from the public in order to continue to perpetrate fraud. 
When seen in totality, all of these related-criminal activities reveal a pattern of ongoing, racketeering activity which proves 'Amway India Enterprises' to be one of many bedazzling corporate-fronts for a major, organized crime group. 
David Brear (copyright 2011)


Nikhil Bhatia said...

Thanks for a feedback.

But I am using Amway products and if I like them then I don't think it is a scam.
My aunt is using Amway products for more than 4 years and she only joined becuase of the products. She is not building any tree.

If you say Amway diamonds lure people, let me tell you no one can lure me. Infact if products were not good quality I would have never joined Amway.
It's only because I like the products I joined and I liked the MLM concept of giving back the end consumer what he deserves.

Gillete Razor in india costs Rs16 and so does Amway razor. Now wholesalers are distributing for Gillete what an Amway IBO does for Amway. Gillete is not giving be 60% money back because that has already gone into distribution but Amway is giving me that money back because I am the distributor.

If Gillete starts a MLM like Amway they too can give money back because the actual cost of the Gillete Razor is not Rs16.

I don't get it what is the problem with this concept?

Do you mean to say if today I start selling razors at the same price Rs16 through MLM then I am also involving a scam? It's a NO with a common sense and besides Amway I am thinking of doing it.

Why should the end consumer pay more for his products?

If you look around yourself; every product in your home tshirt, jeans, reebok, nike, adidas, puma they all are priced high. When they ship out of the factory they are priced 60% low. If today Amway also start giving me shoes at Rs5000 like Nike, whats the problem? Nike is not giving me money back but Amway is giving money back because end consumer has now become the distributor too.

My common sense fails to understand what you have written.

And if today you all people are going to close Amway give your best shot at it and if you succeed then you need to put your best foot forward to stop my company which is going to sell razors at same market price Rs16 but through MLM so that people get their money back.

Why the hell wholesalers exists in this world?

Simply because people like us give our 60% money to them for bringing products to our doorstep. That is not common sense at all.

And people who hate to give 60% money to wholesalers they are the one who join Amway MLM.

Amway is one MLM which is not a scam.

It existed for 52 years and is not going anywhere for the next 50 years.


And yes I strongly beleive in what Napolean Hill says
“The majority of people who fail to accumulate money sufficient for their needs are, generally, easily influenced by the 'opinions' of others. They permit the newspapers and the 'gossiping' neighbors to do their 'thinking' for them. 'Opinions' are the
cheapest commodities on earth. Everyone has a flock of opinions ready to be wished upon anyone who will accept them. If you are influenced by 'opinions' when you reach decisions, you will not succeed in any undertaking, much less in that of transmuting your own desire into money.”

Go gossip as much as you can my friend my common sense cannot fail to understand this simple concept.

I know if today I start selling Razors at Rs16 through MLM you people will again start gossiping that its a scam; although it would be not. The problem is - you are not approaching something with an open mind.

If you do we can DELETE the entire wholesale market and in future the products would be damn cheap until you want your children you buy Nike for Rs5000 which is actually Rs1000.

Choice is yours, success is by choice not by chance and guess what I am going DIAMOND!! thats the confidence I have at 0% in this business!!

Nikhil Bhatia said...

Ok so I called my upline and he showed me his first cheque from AXIS bank + also his statement of profit from this business.

Really there is nothing to hide and I will soon forward my first cheque to all of you who are so against this business.

As far as tool scam is concerned, nobody is forcing me to buy books infact I get all the knowledge from my uplines by mouth and I have been myself a reader of Think and Grow Rich for past 10 years; so really all those Amway books only talk about how to be positive and that motivation I have a lot inside me.

I can stand in front of anybody and motivate them to go millionaire!! and this thing I have been doing over many years.

Amway I joined only a month ago.

My downlines are going to get all the help from me and they do not need any books for it. I am the ONE!!

I will only recommend them Think and Grow Rich and nothing else.

Open your eyes to a new revolution; this is not a scam. Educating people to live a better life is not a scam.

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Also since I have joined Amway and everything is legal to me; you have to come up with solid evidence that it is scam.

Just because someone says it's a scam; does not mean it's a scam.

And even if my tree does not grow I have no problem in using Amway products which surely are nice.

If you have to prove that Amway Glister toothpaste is bad then you need to use it first for sometime and then comeup with a conclusion and that conclusion should be based on your product experience or that you have already decided to say it's a scam so you don't even care about using the products and validating them.

I used Glister for a month and then one day used Closeup. I did not liked closeup at all after using Glister for a month and throwed it in dustbin.

How can anyone make a toothpaste like closeup with a hole 1.5 times larger than Glister so that everytime you use more toothpastes comes out and also it is less concentrated and that's a fact.

I would call closeup and other products a scam because they rate whatever they want and people buy.

Nobody compares the hole through which more closeup is coming out so that they can finish your toothpaste more + diluted with water so that they can make more money from you.

It's all marketing my friends; and before commenting upon Glister you have to use it first and then compare.

That is common sense.

Nikhil Bhatia said...

Hi Shyam,

Request you to please forward all my comments to David Brear


Nikhil Bhatia said...

Also as David says

The real wealth in 'Amway' has always been secretly generated by peddling the bedazzled adherents over-priced publications, recordings, tickets to meetings, etc., on the pretext that these 'good-value tools' contain 'vital secrets' which can lead anyone to 'success in the Amway business.'

My friend let me tell you one thing, the tools that you are saying are only motivational books like Think and Grow Rich, The Magic of Thinking BIG etc... that Amway distributes + case studies of people who have gone DIAMONDS.

If today Napolean Hill tells you that you can become RICH by reading his book, I can guarantee you 99.99% people are going to fail and will not become RICH by reading these top author books.

So if Amway recommends the same books, show us case studies, again the same rule applies. Everybody cannot become RICH because 90% people quit.

If you want to see the facts - Millions copies of these two books have been circulated in Market but Millions people have not become RICH by reading these books.

Do you mean to say these books are scams. These are the books that are recommended and used as a tool in Amway + some other positive books that Amway has.

Now if we go by the facts everybody is not going to become RICH by reading Napolean Hill books, something else is recquired in going RICH and that is why people say Amway tool scam. They are giving you positive books so that you can learn, listen and change but the problem is 99.99% of the readers of Think and Grow Rich book never went RICH.

But I am one man who is 0.01% who is going to become rich from Think and Grow Rich because I BELIEVE and Amway DIAMONDS make you BELIEVE the same; and you people call it a scam.

That is Amazing!!
I tell you in truth; there are thousands of books on positive mentality and even if you buy the entire lot and make your mind positive then also you are not going to become RICH; because until and unless you BELIEVE you will not. That does not make positive tools a scam.

When you say common sense; then you are talking to an expert who can motivate people like that. It's a 2 minute job for me to inspire people to buy a ferrari because I BELIEVE that anybody can THINK AND GROW RICH.

So come up with rock solid evidence that this business is scam.

Nikhil Bhatia said...

I have been reading Think and Grow RICH for over 10 years and I can perfectly understand why people go RICH and some people do not.

When I was shown Amway my upline told me that Nikhil 90% people quit and do not become RICH.

I told him I know the facts, it's not a Amway fact but in IT industry also everybody cannot become CEO.

The ladder of success is never crowded at the top.

I studied the business model, got products to prove to me that they are nice and then studied why 90% people quit.

Since Napolean Hill has already told me the answer long before joining Amway that why majority of people fail I could perfectly understand why 90% people quit in Amway.

I do not see anybody going bankrupt in this business. and the tools that they give you are for positive mentality only. If out of 1 million people who read Napolean Hill and only one go RICH that does not make that Napolean talks crap.

I am a millionaire with or without Amway and I know that.

Positive books are not scam at all. My library is full of these books.

They only help and guide you in your journey to the top.

Nikhil Bhatia said...

I have the knowledge to write a non amway book on going RICH by positive mentality; and I am sure people are going to love it.

The audience would be non-amway people;just like other authors do.

Many people are going to buy it because there are so many people who like to read positive thoughts and I get a lot of it.

Now if my book starts selling and I am getting money through it; you people will not call it a scam; ask yourself why?

But even after reading my book 1 in 10000 will only gain from it. Does that make by book a tool scam? Certainly not!

That is Common Sense. Open up your minds!

The Amway tools are only positive books and these are just like any other books in the market. But like other books dont guarantee that you will start thinking positive and go RICH; the same happens in Amway business.

How can you say it's a tool scam?

I can write non-amway books on becoming RICH and get it published and make a lot of money; yet many people will not become RICH after reading my books; You won't call it a scam; but it is only Amway that you people are running after.

If we are providing positive environment books whats the harm in it?

Why only Amway tool scam and not all those authors who write positive books but people never go RICH after reading those books?

Why? If you get the answer; you know what; you will start becoming RICH with or without Amway.

So don't come and cry and say that you bought Amway positive books but did not went RICH. Close your eyes and ask yourself that is there anybook that can make you go RICH. No there is not. In the end it is you only who can make yourself go RICH.

We can only give you +ve thoughts; nothing else and inspiring somebody is not a scam, is not a scam.

It's just the common sense of RICH people which is not commonly found.

Nikhil Bhatia said...

By the way; dont think I am trying to brainwash you people into getting Amway.

It's just the facts; and I have been a positive thinker since my childhood days.

It's not that Amway has made me suddenly go positive; no that is not; I joined Amway only a month ago and then saw this blog.

So I am just sharing my experience till now in Amway; nothing else.

I am a born positive thinker and inspire people way before Amway; I am not writing positive to lure you.

I thought I should clear this because many anti-amway people will think I am trying to lure. No I am not and neither Amway has made me inspire people in a month.

It's just that I see a lot anti-amway blogs and I think I should share the facts that why 90% people fail.