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)