Thursday, 21 April 2011

Mr. Chang and Mr. Steadson have now formed a reality-inverting double act


Shyam
You will remember that we haven't just called 'TVI Express' an 'Amway' copy-cat we have explained in great detail why it is an 'Amway' copy-cat.
I think that this link should inform your free-thinking readers as to what the character calling himself Mr. Kasey Chang, is really all about http://randomrantsbykc.blogspot.com/2011/04/hey-were-on-same-side.html
Here is Mr. Chang on one of his own Blogs, misrepresenting our recent exchanges on Corporate Frauds Watch and accusing us of being conspiracy theorists;
'David Brear, however, is completely fixated on Amway, as he immediately starts pointing out how Tarun Trikha seem to be using Amway cult tactics.' 
According to Mr. Chang, we have invented all the 'Amway' key words and images that are used by the TVI Express racketeers and we have also imagined a link between MLM racketeers and the religious right in the USA.
Immediately, the unmasked 'Amway' Lord haw Haw, Mr. IBOFB Steadson then appeared on Mr. Chang's Blog and said:
I've been "debating" (if you can use that word) with Brear for years. He's a certifiable loon, incredibly fixated on Amway, and he's pretty much recruited Shyam into his little anti-Amway cult.
Curiously, the two characters Mr. Chang and Mr. IBOFB Steadson, seem to agree on just about everything (including their choice of words). 
David Brear (copyright 2011) 

3 comments:

Kasey Chang said...

Mr. Brear,

Amway did not invent cult-speak. Cult existed long before Amway. (Not saying Amway is a cult, but many believe it is)

While TVI Express did borrow a lot of the cult-speak (many of which I already identified in one of my many articles on TVI Express scam) they were not invented by Amway either. They had been used by scammers throughout the ages. TVI Express's 2x3 forced matrix is nothing but a new name for the 8-ball scheme.

Nothing wrong in comparing everything to Amway since Amway seem to be all you know, Mr. Brear, but Amway is hardly the head of everything.

As for a statement allegedly from Mr. Steadman, I haven't read it. However, given your tone against people who actually agree with you for the most part, namely, me... it would not be too surprising.

--KC

Shyam Sundar said...

Wonderful. You find 2x3 matrix is scam but not Amway's 6-4-3 not scam. You did not answer whether have you actually made money selling Amway products. Since one hardly comes across a person who actually make money selling exorbitantly priced Amway products.

Kasey Chang said...

Shyam,

TVI Express's 2x3 matrix is a scam because it IS a pure 8-ball scheme: no products are being sold, only memberships.

Amway's 6-4-3 whatever... Don't know enough about it to rule either way. I've said it before and I'll stay it again: No comment. It is legal under current US law, and that's a fact. It is not legal under Indian law (according to you, which I'll assume to be real), that's a fact too.

My interest in the field is specifically against TVI Express, the scam that PRETENDS to be MLM. Think of it this way: TVI Express is even MORE Evil than Amway (esp. if you regard Amway as an evil cult).

If you think taking down something even MORE evil than Amway somehow strengthens Amway's position or somehow legitimizes Amway, well, "whatever floats your boat." Such is NOT my intent at all.