Monday, 30 November 2009

Amway bosses paid millions to keep Amway myth alive

Judging by his latest '100% Positive' squawk from the 'Amway' script, your young friend, Trivedi, has sunk back into the same old ego-protecting delusion.
The poor fellow has cut and posted pretty propaganda from the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth which, ignoring all the ugly background detail, simply insists that the US Federal Trade Commission found 'Amway's' scheme to be perfectly legal back in 1979. However, prior to the FTC ruling to which young Trivedi refers, federal agents and lawyers had taken the extraordinary step of investigating 'Amway' for almost a decade. In fact, US government agencies had been monitoring and prosecuting the dubious activities of so-called 'MLM' companies since the late 1940s. This was a result of complaints being filed concerning exorbitantly priced, but (effectively) valueless, pseudo-scientific pills and potions which were then being illegally peddled by these companies as 'universal cures for all ailments, including cancer and the common cold. ' In brief, 'MLM' companies were merely the updated version of snake-oil selling.
When, in the late 1950s, the original 'MLM' company 'Nutrilite Products Inc.' was facing closure under criminal misbranding of medicines law rather than anti-pyramid scams legislation, two of the 'Nutrilite' schills, Richard De Vos and Jay Van Andel, created 'Amway' and started peddling exorbitantly priced, but (effectively) valueless, pseudo-scientific washing powder. This dodge prevented prosecution, because household products did not fall under the scope of the Federal Drug Administration.
When, after receiving complaints, FTC economists and lawyers finally started to look closely at 'Amway' as a form of heavily camouflaged pyramid scam or money circulation scheme, they deduced that the 'Amway' scheme was mathematically impossible, because it had virtually no external customers due to the quality and price of the products. After 10 years of investigations and hearings, 'Amway' was found guilty of price-fixing, but the company avoided closure by making a stack of empty promises to the US federal authorities. 'Distributor Rules' were introduced at this time to make it appear that a majority of authentic retail sales would have to be conducted by 'Amway' commission agents before they could receive any commission. However, these rules have never been enforced. Tellingly, it was at this time, when they were facing closure, that the 'Amway' bosses were obliged to move their criminal activities outside of the USA. They first set up their organization in Canada, where, a few years later Richard DeVos and Jay Van Andel were charged with perpetrating the largest tax fraud in Canadian history. Facing extradition and lengthy prison sentences, they made an agreement with the Canadian courts in which the 'Amway' company in Canada was (alone) found guilty of tax fraud and forced to pay enormous fines. However, the money to pay these fines was supplied by De Vos and Van Andel themselves.
In other words, the 'Amway' bosses have a history of paying out millions of their stolen dollars to keep themselves out of prison and the 'Amway' myth alive.
David Brear

Sunday, 29 November 2009

Indian Govt is no different from any democratic govt

I detect that, as a result of his reading your Blog, your (previously) naive young friend, Trivedi, might have found the strength of character and intellect to come out of his 'Amway' delusion and face up to the fact that he's been deceived by foreign-based thieves and betrayed by his own government. There is no shame in admitting that one has made a mistake. Indeed, I would immediately have respect for Trivedi if he did so. However, Trivedi is essentially no different to the many Indian politicians and civil servants who have also been fooled (and possibly corrupted) by the 'commercial' front of 'Amway' and its 'MLM' clones, and who have refused to face up to their mistake and pursue a rigorous enquiry. That said, the Indian government is no different to any other democratic government. It is made up of paid, but elected, representatives who make policy and legislate, and employees who (in theory) carry out the policy and enforce the legislation on behalf of the people. Self-evidently, a government is no better and no worse than the individuals who form it or the people who elected it.
It must not be forgotten that the phenomenon of major organized crime is damned difficult to fathom. The USA didn't enact effective legislation to identify the problem until 1970. Even then, this legislation was not enforced until 1980. The mystifying economic pseudo-science commonly referred to as 'Multilevel Marketing' was maliciously created in the USA in the late 1940s by racketeers in order to dodge federal and State anti-pyramid scam/money circulation scheme legislation. Similarly the mystifying corporate labyrinths ('Amway', 'Herbalife' etc.) were maliciously set up by organized crime groups in order to prevent and divert investigation of their closed-market swindles and related advanced fee frauds, and isolate their wealthy bosses from liability.
There are politicians and civil servants in the USA who are aware of these embarrassing facts; the question is: whether they have the will and intregrity to take the appropriate action. If only all the Trivedis of this world had the courage to stand up and complain loudly to their own governments about 'Amway' and its 'MLM' clones, then the US federal authorities would be forced to deal with the problem at its source.
David Brear

Many reasons for Amway-like companies to flourish

It is an important issue why there have been very few, if not none, criminal cases against the companies like Amway, Herbalife, Forever Living Products. It has been mentioned several times that people who are introduced into the scheme of these cheating companies by their friends and relatives never prefer to file a criminal case against their own people. That has been the forte of these companies.
Many people ask why people remain mute spectators to the outright cheating. First and foremost thing is people are not aware that the business model is an illegal money circulation scheme. Secondly, very few people take initiative to approach police to file criminal cases. Thirdly, people believe that it is their fate that they lost money in the scheme but never realise they were duped. Finally, these companies blame them if they did not rope in more members to make money.

Saturday, 28 November 2009

Amway's advocates are a frightened lot

Amway India has not yet filed its answer to the show cause noticed served by the Andhra Pradesh High Court following a writ of Mandamus No. 11381 of 2009 filed by Corporate Frauds Watch.
Here is the ORDER of the Andhra Pradesh High Court.

"Whereas the petitioner above named through his advocate Sri Sk Mastan Vali, presented this writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying that in the circumstances stated in the Affidavit filed herein the High Court may be pleased to issue the Writ of Mandamus to direct the official respondents to act U/s 7 of the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978 to stop the business transactions as well as seize all its business operations of Amway since the business model and its transactions are perpetuating the criminal offences fall within the mischief of the above Act and in terms of the judgment of this Hon'ble Court in W P No 20470 and 20471 of 2006 dated 19.07.2007.
And whereas the High Court upon perusing the petition and affidavit filed herein and upon hearing the arguments of Sri Sk Mastan Vali, Advocate for the Petitioner and of GP of GAD for the respondent No. 1 and of GP for Home for the respondents 2,3 and 4 directed issue of notice to the Respondent Nos. 2,4 and 27 returnable on 23-7-2009 herein to show cause why this writ petition should not be admitted in the circumstances set out in the petition and the affidavit filed in Writ Petition. And the Court also permitted the learned advocate for the petitioner to take out personal notice to respondent Nos. 2,4 and 27 by Speed Post with acknowledgement due and file proof of service.
You Viz:
1. The Principal Secretary, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Home Department, AP, Secretariat, Hyderabad.
2. The Additional Director General of Police, Crime Investigation Department, Hyderabad.
3. Amway India Enterprises Pvt Ltd No. 6-3-563/26/A, Flat No. 1&2, Somavarapu Heights, Hill Top Colony, Erramanzil, Hyderabad.
are directed to show cause as to why in the circumstances set out in the petition and the affidavit filed therewith this writ petition should not be admitted."
The counsels of the Amway India are tongue-tied and shudder to file answer to the show cause notice. They are afraid that the Hon'ble High Court would take a decision and close down Amway's operations in the country if they file their answer. That is why they are dilly-dallying.

Indian Union Ministry of Finance pointed out at Amway fraud in 2002

The Union Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance & Company Affairs, Mr Ananda Rao V. Adsul in a written reply to the unstarred question No. 4889 asked by the Members of Parliament Messrs Ravindra Kumar Pandey, Dr S Venugopal, Dr M V V S Murthi and Mr Ram Mohan Gadde, said:
"Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has reported that it had examined the scheme of M/s Amway India Enterprises (AMWAY) in March 2001 and again in May 2002 aiming at creating a chain of distributors and taken a view that the said scheme appears to be a prize chit or money circulation scheme as defined in and prohibited under the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) act, 1978. The offences under the said Act are cognizable and the police authorities of the concerned State Governments have to investigate and take a view whether the scheme of Amway India attract the prohibition under the said Act.
Amway had made representation to the Minister (Economic), Embassy of India in Washington DC that its schemes are not covered under the Act. RBI had once again examined the matter and it had advised to the Embassy that the Amway's activities appear to attract the provisions of the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) act, 1978. RBI has forwarded a report in this regard to the police authorities who are empowered under the Act for taking necessary action. "
The notable point here is that the Union Minister of State stated the above statement on the Floor of Parliament on December 20, 2002, and the respective State governments have yet to act on the orders of the Reserve Bank of India and the Union Ministry of Finance.
This is the state of affairs in India.

Friday, 27 November 2009

Amway's distributor figures are exaggerated

I'm sure you, and your free-thinking readers, are fully-aware that trying to conduct a rational debate with obedient 'Amway' crew members, on the outward tack of their guided-cultic voyage to ruin, is a pointless waste of time. Although they have been given the illusion that they made a free-choice to sign-up, unquestioning 'Amway' cabin-boys, like young Trivedi, have been subjected to coordinated devious techniques of social, psychological and physical persuasion designed to shut down their critical and evaluative facutlies. Trivedi has self-evidently been programmed only to accept misinformation coming from the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth. Typically, core-'Amway' adherents are like persons who have fallen head-over-heels in love. They misinterpret the ego-destroying fact that no one makes money in 'Amway' (apart from its bosses) as a threat to achieving future redemption in the 'Amway' Utopia. In the closed-logic 'Amway' belief system, the truth and truth-tellers are systematically condemned and excluded as 'Negative.'
The narcissistic bosses of pernicious cultic groups like 'Amway' and 'Scientology' always project their fantasies of unlimited success and power as reality. Currently, 'Scientology' proudly proclaims '8 Millions Believers Worldwide': 'Amway, 3 Millions'. The former poses as the 'World's Fastest-Growing Religion and Self-Betterment Movement,' the latter as one of the 'World's Largest Direct Selling Companies.'
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, the best available estimates (from European government agencies) are that there are less than 50 000 long-term adult core-adherents of the 'Scientology' myth. Indeed, a significant percentage of 'Scientology's' claimed 'believers' turn out to be persons unfortunate enough to have been born into the movement. Since its instigation in the early 1950s, the overwhelming majority of individuals who have become involved with 'Scientology' have abandoned the organization. They have, in fact, been churned through one of the most profitable pseudo-scientific swindles and related-advanced fee frauds of the modern era.
Similarly, the best available estimates (based on 'Amway's' own figures) reveal that since the late 1950s, although tens of millions of annual contracts have been signed with 'Amway', the number of persistent core-adherents (who have continued to renew their annual contract for more than 5 years) has never been more than 1% of the current, overall numbers claimed. In other words, 'Amway's 'Distributor figures' are meaningless drivel, maliciously exaggerated in order to perpetrate fraud and shield a pattern of racketeering activity. For, in the end, even the tiny few 'Admired and Respected' members of the core-group mysteriously vanish from the '100% Positive Amway' propaganda. Sadly, Trivedi's chances of passing the rest of his days basking safely in the future 'Amway' Utopia (where everyone is 'prosperous, happy and free') are (effectively) zero.
Currently, Trivedi is unconsciously both perpetrator and victim of one of the most profitable pseudo-scientific swindles and related-advanced fee frauds of the modern era. His emotionally-driven ego prevents his higher intellectual faculties from facing this ugly reality, and perhaps it always will.
David Brear

Thursday, 26 November 2009

Amway's affidavit claims its IBO base is 4.5 lakh

Amway India and one of its IBOs Mr G B Triveni Prasad of Secunderabad filed a writ peititon in the Andhra Pradesh W.P.No 21284 of 2008 challenging the Government Order 178 of 2008 after Corporate Frauds Watch insisted action against Amway India when it flouted the government order. The authorised signatory of Amway India Mr Sandeep Prakash filed the affidavit.
In the Para 12 (ix), the petitioner claimed that "Within ten years of its commercial opeations in India, the petitioner's business system has caught the imagination of the people all over India inasmuch the present now has an active distributor network of 4,50,000 across the country."
It is proved that its base has remained unchanged from 2006.
In the Para 12 (x), it was claimed that "The petitioner has achieved a sales turnover of Rs. 800 crore in the year 2007-08 and contributed approximately Rs. 200 crore to the State Exchequer in the form of taxes, during the last financial year. "
The petitioner claims in the Para 14, "That it may be pertinent to mention that Petitioner is a purely entrepreneurial venture with the aim of spreading its base, vocation to the distributor and providing quality products to the consumers. The direct selling method with the Petitioner's model minimises the overheads and advertitising budgets to give profits from such areas to the distributors."
In such case, the Petitioner i.e. Amway India should be happy when the government restricted it from advertising to save more money for its distributors. What is the necessity of challenging the government order?

Stick to facts, only facts, nothing but facts

The recent writ petition of 2008 filed by Amway India claims that it has 4,50,000 distributors. The same figure was quoted in the counter affidavit filed by Amway India in the writ petitions of 2006. Taking them on the face value, one has to assume that the membership of Amway India remained stagnant for the last three to four years. Surprisingly, the Amway adherents boast that it is wonderfully flourishing with more members and the business volume has increased enormously. That means someone is lying.
If the 2008 writ petition's claims are true, the Amway India's business is stagnant. If not Amway India is liable for prosecution for misleading the court with false numbers.
Meanwhile, the Amway India's counsels have yet to file the counter affidavit in the writ petition of 2009 filed by Corporate Frauds Watch. That shows the Amway India and its counsels developed cold feet and are deeply afraid even to file the counter affidavit.

Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Amway swindle no different to Ponzi scheme

'Amway's' own figures reveal that virtually no one persists in the organization's so-called 'Multilevel Marketing Scheme' . Indeed, more than half of all 'Amway' recruits never renew their first annual contracts. The percentage of would-be 'millionaires' who remain faithful to the 'Amway' myth after 5 years, is laughable.
Classic Ponzi schemes are mathematically impossible and economically unviable, because thay have no real external source of revenue. Victims are merely buying infinite shares of what can only be their own finite money. Yet, despite their absurdity, classic Ponzi schemes remain hidden so long as they continue to attract fresh believers. A proportion of the victims' money can be used to maintain the illusion of authenticity. In this way, Bernie Madoff survived without any real investigation for 20 years. The majority of victims assumed that his activities were perfectly lawful, simply because financially-illiterate, law enforcement agents refused to challenge them.
Essentially, the 'Amway' swindle is no different to a classic Ponzi scheme, in that it has virtually no real customers and, therefore, insufficient external revenue to pay most of its participants a net-profit. However, the 'Amway' swindle' was initially designed as a much-more-sustainable form of Ponzi scheme. The perpetrators systematically blame their victims (by falsely defining them as 'Independent Business Owners' rather than 'Investors') when inevitably they lose money.
The so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' appears to be functioning only because more and more individuals continue to be churned through it. Tellingly, due to the fact that most people in N. America and W. Europe already know that 'Amway' is an absurd swindle, the organization has been obliged to move its main activities eastwards in search of fresh victims.
Currently, around one million Indians are being churned through the 'Amway' swindle every four years. Like their American and European predecessors, virtually none complain.
Exactly as in the case of Bernie Madoff, the majority of 'Amway' victims have assumed that 'MLM' must be perfectly legal, because financially-illiterate, law enforcement agents have refused to investigate.
David Brear

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Fraudulent Amway survives with its ingenious cunning methods

How Amway India is surviving in India for the last nearly a decade is a million dollar question. A number of answers may be given in this context.
A number of companies indulged in money circulation schemes openly have been closed after they reached a point. Criminal cases were filed against several such fraudulent companies resulting in their close down.
But Amway India has adopted an ingenious method of indulging in money circulation schemes in the guise of sale of products. It sells all its products at exorbitant prices and divides the extra money among its members. Several other companies are just following in the footsteps of Amway.
That is why the Andhra Pradesh High Court commented in its judgment, "It is thus evident that the whole scheme is so ingeniously conceived that the inducement for aggressive enrollment of new members to earn more and more commission is inherent in the scheme."
Another prominent feature in the modus operandi of Amway is that it encourages its members to enrol only their friends and relatives. Even if they suspect that the scheme is a fraud which resulted in their loss, they never prefer to file a criminal complaint against their own friend or relative who introduced them into the scheme. Moreover, The members would be told that it was their fault that they could not succeed because there was not enough motivation in them. That is how the Amway India make the failed members feel guilty even to think that the scheme is a fraudulent one.
That is why there have been no criminal complaints against Amway India though there are several millions of people who lost money in the scheme of Amway through out the country.
The only exception is Mr A V Satyanarayana. He suffered a lot at the hands of Amway India members who tried to break his marriage. He was thrown in prison on the pretext of demanding dowry from his wife. Theirs was a love marriage. There was no question of exchange of any money. He is the personification of patience and waited for his wife to come to terms and understand his love. Now they are united and recently the wife delivered a beautiful baby boy.
I appeal to the millions of Indians who lost their hard-earned money in the fraudulent business model of Amway India to come out openly and say what their experience was.

Network marketing is 'Mathematical Impossibility'

Some call it multi-level marketing, while some others call it network marketing, or referral marketing. Whatever it is called it is nothing but a money circulation scheme which eventually would benefit a chosen few leaving a sizable number of people in lurch.
The Supreme Court of India in its judgment on July 10, 2008 (2008 8 SCC) Kuriachan Chacko versus State of Kerala stated that "I take note of the fact that inherently there is merit in the allegation of the prosecution that the Scheme is so grossly unworkable that the persons who made representations to that effect and induced persons to part with money did entertain contumacious intention. They knew fully well that unworkable false representations were being made. The obvious attempt, it can be presumed at this stage, was to induce persons by such false, unworkable representations to part with money. Initially, some subscribers can be kept satisfied to induce them and others similarly placed to join the long queue. But inevitably and inescapably later subscribers are bound to suffer unjust loss when they swallow the false promises and make payments."
People in the network marketing try to induce as many people as possible to join such scheme preferably from their friends and relatives. At times, they also advertise in Classifieds to attract the attention of more people. They organise seminars, meetings, workshops in the name of 'good business opportunity' of course, with an entrance fee. They show a rosy picture of foreign tours, early retirement and 'total financial freedom in 2-5 years'.
Network marketing means one has to rope in as many people as possible into the NET. Where do they find so many people on earth. Sooner or later, the chain is going to break and that is why it is called 'Mathematical Impossibility'.
This is exactly what Amway India is doing in India and Amway's other subsidiaries in other countries, lining its pockets.
Recently there was an e-mail with an attachment of an article by Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki. Like all network propagandists it also highlighted the greatness of network marketing. But it never mentiioned how the network grows without breaking at some point. That is why it is called cheating attracting the provisions of Section 420 of the Indian Penal Code.
People are understanding the pitfalls of such schemes and avoiding them. Still, these crooks solicit their friends and relatives who could not resist their overtures.
Be Brave and say NO to these crooks whenever you are approached with such network marketing or referral marketing schemes. Just tell them in their face that they are not cut for the job.

Sunday, 22 November 2009

Creating coincidents the Amway India style

The debatable point is, whether it is East or West, can a criminal commit the crime again and again when a criminal case is pending against him. That is what is happening in India. A criminal case was filed against Amway India for indulging in illegal money circulation scheme and cheating a large number of people. Still, the criminal company is still doing the same cheating again and again in the same business model which was held illegal by the highest court in the State of Andhra Pradesh.
Who is responsible for this state of affairs - the corrupt bureaucracy or the corrupt police officers or the snail-paced judicial process?
For instance, the Amway India has preferred to file an appeal by way of a writ petition in the Andhra Pradesh High Court when the Principal Secretary (Home) issued Government Order No. 178 dated 15-09-2008 restraining Amway India from advertising its business model in any media. The Principal Secretary submitted a hard-hitting affidavit in the High Court. Then the Amway India developed cold-feet and bribed wherever necessary to bury its own writ petition preventing it from appearing on the Bench.
Later, in 2009, the Corporate Frauds Watch filed a writ of Mandamus in the Andhra Pradesh High Court to direct the police officials to act upon the Government Order No. 178. Amway India could not help when it received the show-cause notice from the High Court of Andhra Pradesh in the same writ of Mandamus. It started its own gameplan to bury the writ preventing it from appearing on the Bench. The number of the writ petition went down to 140 from the earlier 20s or 30s.
Suddenly, the earlier writ petition of 2008 started appearing on the Bench. Apparently, the Amway India's gameplan was to get the Government Order quashed. Not to be outwitted, the Corporate Frauds Watch filed an implead petition in the writ petition of 2008. Then the Bench which is hearing the writ petition, preferred to transfer it to a larger Bench without hearing the version of the Corporate Frauds Watch.
It may look coincidental. But any rational person would not believe in coincidents.

Amway, Scientology both are criminogenic cults

Despite their different external presentations, internally, 'Amway' and 'Scientology' are both examples of pernicious or criminogenic cults. Both groups are, self-evidently, composed of vast, mystifying labyrinths of (apparently independent) corporate structures pursuing lawful, and/or unlawful, activities.These have been maliciously created to prevent, and/or divert, investigation and isolate the leaders of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' from liability.
A veritable mountain of witness evidence (stretching back decades), proves that the instigators/leaders of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' make most of their money from the operation of advanced fee frauds. They seek to overwhelm their victims emotionally and intellectually by pretending that progressive initiation into their own superior knowledge (coupled with total belief in its authenticity and unconditional deference to its higher initiates) will defeat a negative or adversarial force of impurity and absolute evil, and lead to future, exclusive redemption in a form of secure Utopian existence.
By making total belief a prerequisite of redemption, the victims of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' are drawn into a closed-logic trap (i.e. failure to achieve redemption is solely the fault of the individual who didn't believe totally). Behind impressive, made up, technical-sounding names ('Multilevel Marketing' and 'Dianetics') 'Amway', and 'Scientology' , 'Self-Betterment' pseudo-science is essentially the same hypnotic hocus-pocus. It is tailored to fit the spirit of the times and to attract a broad range of persons, but especially those open to an exclusive offer of salvation. Typically, obedient 'Amway' and 'Scientology' adherents are granted ego-inflating ranks and titles, whilst non-initiates are referred to using derogatory, dehumanizing terms. Although initiation into 'Amway' and 'Scientology' can at first appear to be reasonable and benefits achievable, the 'Self-Betterment' pseudo-science gradually becomes evermore costly and mystifying. Ultimately, it is completely incomprehensible and its claimed benefits cannot be quantified. The self-righteous euphoria and relentless enthusiasm of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' proselytizers can be highly infectious and deeply misleading. They are convinced that their own salvation depends on saving others.
When challenged, the core-adherents of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' absolutely deny that any of the above is true. However, six 'Scientology' under-bosses were recently convicted of organized fraud in France. Predictably (ignoring all the evidence and the suffering of their victims), these deluded individuals seadfastly pretend to be 'completely innocent' and have filed an appeal.
Both 'Amway' and 'Scientology' apologists often use provocation techniques designed to prevent critics from thinking clearly and to make persistent critics appear to be wild and emotional to casual observers.
David Brear

V-Can Network did exactly what Amway did in Andhra Pradesh

Let us have a look at another fraudulent company which has chosen to file a writ petitiion in the Madras High Court complaining against the investigation by the Tamil Nadu police into their business model like Amway did in Andhra Pradesh.
V-Can Network (Private) Limited is a Chennai-based company which was into the illegal money circulation scheme a la Amway India. When the police started investigation into its business model of cheating the public in 2003, it filed a writ petition to issue a writ of Mandamus directing the police officials not to prevent the company from carrying on their day-to-day business of selling their products and services under the multi-level marketing scheme by using their respective offices and network systems.
A quick glance at the facts. The company is engaged in manufacturing home appliances of consumer durables and adopting the procedure for marketing, called multilevel marketing or network marketing system. Accordingly, they had introduced three major products, namely, 'Ozone Water Purifier', 'Magnetic Bed' and 'Companion' (multipurpose foldable table with four seats and designed to look like a suitcase). These their products are sold under the distribution system in addition tot he direct sales by the company and each of these items would cost Rs.5,990.
The independent distributor have the power not only sell the products but also appoint two other distributors under him and all of them earn the value points apart from the incentive commission on the value of the products sold.
The purchaser of the products who became distributor on accumulation of 600 value points, becomes an independent distributor and eligible for 30 per cent of the sale price of the product. The Madras High Court held that the business model of V-Can Network attracts the provisions of the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978 and the police have every right to continue the investigation and file criminal case against the Company. The court agreed to the argument of the Advocate General that the products are overpriced which do not cost more than Rs. 500 and the scheme is nothing but money circulation scheme. Teh High Court directed the Investigation Agency to expedite the investigation and file criminal case against the company.

Spineless masked Amway apologists are part of organized crime group

The reality-inverting closed-logic of the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson, continues to poison your Blog.
Your free-thinking readers will have observed that (using my real name) I have posted a detailed analysis of why 'Amway' is a ongoing, major, organized crime group which can be compared to the 'Nazi' party, 'Scientology' and the 'Mafia.' I have also posted a detailed analysis of the delusional mind-set of masked 'Amway' apologists and explained why, in the light of the quantifiable evidence, all their fancy arguments are complex drivel designed to shut down the critical and evaluative faculties of current 'Amway' victims and casual observers.
Steadson cannot deny that the bosses of the 'Amway' mob are billionaires, or that the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' has had an (effectively) 100% loss-rate for tens of millions of temporary participants around the globe over a period exceeding 50 years. His predictable response is to invert quantifiable reality by squawking that it is persons challenging the authenticity of the comic-book 'Amway' myth (Total Financial Freedom in 2-5 years) who are sophists putting forward clever, but fallacious, arguments. Tellingly, Steadson offers not one shred of quantifiable evidence, or reasoned analysis, to support his latest arrogant affirmation.
Every time Steadson opens his fat beak and squawks from his endless 'Amway' script, he's merely pushing his billionaire bosses closer to a prison cell. I'm surprised they allow him to continue with his increasingly dismal performances. In view of his open-sympathy for 'Scientology,' it's not difficult to predict what the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw will have to say about the Australian Senator, Nick Xenophon, who has recently condemned 'Scientology' as a global, organized crime group masquerading as a 'religion.' within the last few days, Senator Xenophon has tabled a motion in the Australian Parliament requesting a public enquiry into 'Scientology's' crimes. The Australian Prime Minister has promised that this request will be given serious consideration.
David Brear

Saturday, 21 November 2009

Amway is an ongoing, organized crime group

I observe that your resident 'Amway' apologists continue to give the perfect demonstration on your Blog of the powerful effects of cultic, intellectual castration. It is frightening to observe how, in their own distinctive styles, the closed minds of Messrs. Steadson and Johnson systematically exclude all free-thinking individuals and any quantifiable evidence challenging the authenticity of the comic-book 'Amway' myth.
How dare we think? How dare we express our thoughts?
Despite the fact that (for obvious reasons) I'm not attempting to conduct a debate with either of them, Steadson and Johnson continue arrogantly to assume that I am addressing them directly. Yet, all my observations, Shyam, are clearly only directed to you and your free-thinking readers.
The 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Steadson, cannot put forward any rational argument to refute my unambiguous analysis of

'Amway' as a 'Nazi-style', camouflaged totalitarian movement which has churned tens of millions of unwary people through a closed-market swindle and exploited a significant, vulnerable minority of core-adherents by peddling them exclusive places in a (non-existent) future, secure, Utopian existence. Instead, Steadson denies reality by adopting his usual arrogant pose and squawking that what I'm saying is beyond everyone's understanding. Notice, however, how Steadson
admits that there are crooks and liars within the paramilitary hierarchy of the 'Amway' mob, but he steadfastly pretends that these few wayward individuals are not representative of the organization as a whole. Unfortunately for Steadson, his sophistic arguments are identical to those put forward by the apologists of 'Scientology.'
'Amway' is an ongoing, major, organized crime group. Steadson is one of its de facto agents whose extensive Internet propaganda activity (including his many reality-inverting contributions to your Blog) continue to confirm this analysis. The more he squawks, the more damage he does to his bosses.
Johnson is a puerile and abusive irrelevance trying to drag your Blog into the gutter. He should really be banned from it Shyam.
David Brear

Friday, 20 November 2009

Amway apologist Lord Ha Ha himself does not exist

Judging by his latest bizarre, and illogical, attempted squawk, in which he confuses the two words 'demigod' and 'demagogue,' the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson, is on the point of signing-off (for good).
Behind all the incongruous drivel, what Steadson is now stating (and apparently he remains sincere in his beliefs) indicates that he is genuinely psychotic (i.e. suffering from delusions and loss of contact with external reality). This (as Steadson is fully-aware) is not only my opinion, but that of medically-qualified associates with long-experience of reality-inverting cultists (particularly 'Scientologists'). Put in simple terms, so long as his ego-building belief in 'Amway' as an 'authentic commercial company' persists, Steadson sees himself as someone righteous and intellegent. In order for him to face external reality, Steadson has first to admit that he's actually a poor schmuck who has been perpetrating a fraud. For, according to your resident masked 'Amway' propagandist, all the abundant and self-evident characteristics which the 'Amway' movement has in common with other camouflaged totalitarian groups (or cults), do not exist. Typically, this arrogant 'Amway' recruiting-sergeant is still ordering you, and your readers, to stop thinking freely. How dare we defy him and his bosses?
Steadson now claims that :
- There's no such thing as the 'Upline / Downline' para-military-style hierarchy in 'Amway.'
- The billionaire De Vos and Van Andel clans (who penned the 'Nazi'-style 'Amway' myth half a century ago, in which they have permanent starring-roles as infallible, honest Christian heros and leaders selflessly bringing 'Prosperity Freedom and Happiness' to all those who follow them without question), are a figment of my imagination.
- Multi-millionaire 'Amway Diamond' Reich Führers, like the self-proclaimed 'pastor', Dexter Yager (shining examples of 'Amway Prosperity, Freedom and Happiness' whose example must be exactly duplicated by the 'Amway' faithful), are also a complete invention.
- The De Vos and Van Andel clans have never sought to maintain an absolute monopoly of information about their criminal activities. They have never filed, or threatened to file, countless malicious lawsuits against persons challenging the authenticity of the 'Amway' myth, in an attempt to repress dissent. They have never sought to hide the fact that the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' which they sponsor, has had an (effectively) 100% loss-rate for tens of millions of participants over a period exceeding 50 years.
- The De Vos and Van Andel clans do not retain absolute control over the price and quality of the products which they supply to 'Amway' adherents, and, thus, they do not retain absolute control over whether the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' is economically viable for its participants.
- There have never been any Internet-based, de facto 'Amway' agents who steadfastly pretend to be independent of the 'Amway' leadership, but who constantly broadcast mis-information about the economic viablity of the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' and the saleability of 'Amway' products, or who attempt to character-assassinate all free-thinking persons challenging the authenticity of the 'Amway' myth .
In other words, according to Mr. Steadson's parallel logic, he doesn't exist himself.
Apparently, we've invented him Shyam.
David Brear

How to wake up pretending Amway apologists?

It is really impossible to wake up a pretending person. If it is Clueless Tex or Ha Ha Ha Trivedi or IBOFB who is conspicuous by his absence this time, they refuse to accept the reality. Without following 6-4-3 Plan is it possible for any person to make money in the existing business model of Amway? These apologists simply say that examples are only for the sake of examples. Even if it is mathematics, one has to follow the example to solve the problem.
The distributor has to purchase goods every month either for personal consumption or for sale. How you are going to sell? By reaching out to your friends and relatives and convince them that the products are of great value and greater quality. The distributor would also tell them that they too would get the discount if they become members. That is how the chain starts.
The question is why there are a large number of dropouts in the Amway's 'great business opportunity.'
Let us look at the another important part of the judgement.
"Supposing the sponsor members at the top does not introduce any member and he merely sells the products given to him, he gets an income of Rs. 12, 420. If he sponsors only six people and they in turn do not sponsor any member, then he will get an additional income of Rs. 23, 760. If those six members whom he sponsored again sponsor four members each, he will get a further income of Rs. 1,14,480 and the if the 24 members sponsor three members each, he will get a further sum of Rs. 6,83,300. Thus the money which the member at the top of the line gets depends upon the members whom he enrolls or the members enrolled by him enrolled. (Para 28)."
From the aforementioned discussion, it is proved that the scheme provides for easy/quick money to its distributors. The first ingredient is thus satisfied. (Para 30).
Mind it my readers that all these conclusions were drawn basing on the counter affidavit filed by Amway India.

Thursday, 19 November 2009

Examples are to be followed to line your pocket

These absurd Amway apologists has once again come out with their same irrational logic. They say examples are for the sake of examples. Examples are to be followed otherwise what is the point in giving examples.
If anybody wants to earn money he has to enrol six persons. Of course, one may find only four that is another issue. To complete one leg he has to find six persons and in turn the six persons have to enrol four members each and four in turn have to enrol three members each. That is exactly what is written in the website.
And that is what was pointed out by the Andhra Pradesh High Court. Here is the paragraph from the judgment.
"It is thus evident that the whole scheme is so ingeniously conceived that the inducement for aggressive enrolment 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 the new members in their hot pursuit to make quick/easy money. On the part of the promoter (Amway India) by pushing each member to achieve the minimum sales worth Rs. 2,000 per month, (this sale includes enrollment of new members) he is assured of about Rs. 1000 crore per annum. All this squarely satisfy the description of quick/easy money. In addition to this, it is an admitted fact that each person in order to continue to be the distributor, shall pay renewal subscription fee of Rs. 995 per annum. In para 11(b) of the counter affidavit on the admitted number of distributors of 450,000 this amount is calculated at about Rs. 45 crore per annum. These figures are not denied by the first petitioner (Amway India) in its rejoinder. The plea of the first petitioner that there is no compulsion that a member shall renew his distributorship looks to us to be specious. Once a person becomes a distributor in a scheme of this nature where the sops in the shape of commission are so luring, it would be very difficult for a member to withdraw from their membership to avoid payment of the annual renewal subscription fee.
From the whole analysis of the scheme and the way in which it is structured it is quite apparent that once a person gets into this scheme he will find it difficult to come out of the web and it becomes a vicious circle for him."
I think it is sufficient for any sane person to understand the gravity of the "good business opportunity". That is why I appeal to people all over world to throw these crooks of their respective countries.

Amway distributors only claim total financial freedom, says apologist

Now Amway apologists change their tack. They claim that total financial freedom is just an overstatement by distributors. They want us believe that the distributors are indulging in all types of activities without the nod from their Amway bosses. They also want us believe that the 6-4-3 plan mentioned in the website of Amway India is just an example not to be followed. Still, the distributors, they claim, could make Rs. 56, 500 every month. Don't ask HOW.
These cheating crooks have been all around us to make us believe that theirs is the best business model. They never reveal how much they are investing in purchasing products and how much they making every month in the 'great business opportunity'.
They never understand the reality and keep on trying to hoodwink people. They always look for new distributors because India is a vast country with more than one billion people that is mouth-watering for these crooks.
If their products are really that quality, they could sell them in the regular business. They just do not do it. Because they could not line their pockets like in 'the great business opportunity'.
We have plenty of Mir Jaffers among us who betray our own people and help the invaders to loot us.

Lord Haw Haw now squawks about Amway leadership

I'm sure your free-thinking readers will agree that each time he squawks, the arrogant 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. ('IBOFB') Steadson, is merely confirming the validity of my analysis of 'Amway' as an exploitative totalitarian State in microcosm. Indeed the extensive, multi-lingual, Internet-based, mis-information dispersal system which he runs (behind his comic-book masks), and which he steadfastly pretends to be completely independent of the 'Amway' mob, is proof in itself.
Amazingly, Steadson now squawks about how anyone can become a 'Leader' in 'Amway' and how the various sub-groups comprising the main 'Amway' group have little or no contact with one another. Unfortunately for Steadson, the 'Nazi' party has been described as a wheel of radiating spokes all joined at the centre by a hub, but without a rim.
Nazism' was, in fact, based on the 'leader (führer in German) principle,' or 'führerprinzip,' where each autonomous sub-group within the main 'Nazi' group had its own hierarchy of 'leaders' who demanded absolute obedience from those below (or downline of) them in their group and who answered only to those above (or upline of) them. In theory, anyone could become a 'Nazi leader.'
In 'Nazi' Germany, only the 'Supreme Führer', Adolf Hitler, answered to no one (there was no one upline of him). The 'führerprinzip' was a form of para-military system. The 'Nazi's' justified its civil use by claiming that absolute obedience would bring 'order and future prosperity' which only the 'worthy' (i.e. those who obeyed without question) could share.
All this is frighteningly familiar when you know that Steadson (as a self-confessed 'Amway' adherent) is a heel-clicking lackey of essentially the same totalitarian mechanism instigated by billionaire criminals, isolated from liability and using exactly the same false justification for their actions as their 'Nazi' predecessors. Indeed, at the Nuremberg Trials, certain surviving 'Nazi' sub-leaders tried to defend themselves by citing the 'fuhrerprinzip' and claiming that they were only acting under orders from their 'Supreme Leader' who had been acting in the interests of his people.
Again, it is frightening familiar, in respect of the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw,Steadson, and his 'Nazi' predecessors, to learn that Wiliam Joyce was never introduced on 'Nazi' propaganda broadcasts by any name. Although he was a relatively young man, Joyce affected a fatherly, educated British accent and, thus, he pretended absolute moral and intellectual authority, treating his listeners like foolish children in an attempt to weaken their resolve to continue to fight. Joyce was christened 'Lord Haw Haw' (an existing comic name), by free-thinking British commentators, because of his arrogant squawking tone. The 'Nazi' leadership broadcast their demoralizing lies in multiple languages using non-German recruits, like Joyce, to make them seem more convincing. No matter how badly the war went for the 'Nazi's', their 100% positive propaganda steadfastly continued to invert reality. Laughably, Joyce was boasting of an 'impending Nazi victory' right up to the final weeks of WWII.
David Brear

Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Buying burger is not like buying Amway products

Amway apolgists are really funny fellows. A youngman equates McDonald with Amway. His irrational argument is just laughable.
McDonald has no 6-4-3 Plan for its customers and it never induces people to become members by paying some amount and it never promises 'total financial freedom in 2-5 years. Still, McDonald's business is like Amway'as business model, this youngman insists.
Anybody can walk into any McDonald restaurant and buy any thing they sell there. But nobody can buy anything from any distributor point of Amway. He would simply be directed to a person who sells the products without giving any receipt. Even if he finds any fault with the product he cannot complain because there is no receipt for his purchases.
Moreover, nobody at the McDonald harass the customers to become a member by paying a sum, compulsorily purchase products everymonth to claim commission and renew his distributorship every year by paying fee.
The Amway with its dubious business model has been cheating people all over world and these hopeless apologists support it unabashedly with the hope that they would become millionaires in near future. They realise soon it would be a mirage. Still, after realising the truth, they only blame themselves for not working hard. They never realise that the scheme is inherently deceitful. Even if they realise they never come out openly for the fear of people laughing at them.
Anyway, Trivedi did not disclose whether his mother who is his upline has achieved total financial freedom or not. He also did not say for how long she has been the distributor of Amway.

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

They are afraid because Amway is built on a lie

There is little doubt, in light of more than half a century of evidence from all around the globe, that 'Amway' is an ongoing, major, organized crime group - an exploitative totalitarian State in microcosm (i.e. it is centrally-controlled and requires of it core-adherents an absolute subservience to the group, and its patriachal leadership, above all other persons).
You asked Shyam, why the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob and their spineless propagandists are so afraid of your brave little Blog? The answer to your question can be found in an infamous, but revealing, quotation from the weazle-faced 'Nazi' propaganda Minister, Joseph Goebbels:
"If you tell a big enough lie and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State."
As you know, Shyam, Goebbels was a particularly vile piece of 'Nazi' filth who preferred to kill himself rather than come out of the 'führer-bunker' and be held to account for his crimes. Goebbels was also the boss of William Joyce (a.k.a. 'Lord Haw Haw'), an American citizen (raised in Ireland) who broadcast demoralizing 'Nazi' lies (in English) during WWII, and who (after failing to escape) was hanged as a traitor.
David Brear

Beware of the evil designs of Amway crooks

These Amway apologists are really funny fellows. On one hand, they say that there is no necessity to follow 6-4-3- plan. On the other, they do not say what one has to do to achieve total financial freedom in 2-5 years. If nobody needs to do anything how would they achieve total financial freedom in 2-5 years. If their aim is not total financial freedom why should they become members by paying some amount (they say now it is only Rs. 995).
They should accept that if there is no enrolment there is no Amway business. Enrolment is the major iassue pointed out by the Andhra Pradesh High Court which said that there would be hot pursuit by members to enrol more members into the Business Model of Amway.
If Amway products are really superior in quality, they could sell these products in an open market instead of cheating people with membership fee, renewal fee, so on and so forth. That is why I am calling upon people not to fall prey to the crooked designs of these fraudsters and lose thier hard-earned money.
My dear fellow human beings all over world! Throw these fraudulent companies out of your respective countries. Enlighten your neighbours about the evils designs of these companies.

Funny IBOFB wants to be the judge in Amway criminal case

What a wonderful offer we have received from an unabashed Amway apologist! This IBOFB wants to judge over a case which he wants to decide in his favour. IBOFB opened a new era of jurisprudence with such offer. LoL.
What is his locus standi? What qualities a judge should have? This fellow, it seems, has little sense or no sense at all to blurt out such offer.
A judge is one person who should look at things objectively above self and decide whether there is truth in it or not. This self-appointed judge is going to decide if we present our arguments to claim that his Amway bosses are the most straight-forward people and their business model is the best one in the world.
He is not ashamed of talking such nonsense and doesn't think that people would laugh at him.
For the readers who might have missed the comment posted by IBOFB, here is his offer. This IBOFB wants to sit over as judge and we have to put forward our arguments which would finally be decided by the IBOFB. This spineless fellow who is least courageous to come out open with his name or face wants to judge the case. LoL.
One thing I can't understand is why he is so afraid of my blog writing against Amway. Does one blog make such difference against a plethora of blogs in favour of Amway. This clearly shows that these crooks are a frightened lot that their crooked veil would be lifted if my blog is continued. That is why so many people are trying to convince me and my readers that everything is alright with Amway.

Monday, 16 November 2009

Double talk Tex lurking behind false Amway beacon

I observe that the intellectually-castrated Mr. ('Tex') Johnson is still being allowed to poison your Blog. In his latest sanctimonious offering, he makes the mistake of assuming that I am conducting a debate with the squawking 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson.
It should be perfectly obvious that I am addressing all my comments directly to you, and your free-thinking readers, Shyam.
On the one hand Johnson condemns the advanced fee fraud lurking behind the false 'Amway' beacon, but on the other he continues to ignore all the evidence and insist that the 'Amway' beacon is authentic. Whether he is fully conscious of what he is doing or not, Johnson is still enthusiastically attempting to lure more victims into the 'Amway' trap and prevent them from confronting reality. Like Steadson, he is one of the reality-denying inhabitants of the 'Amway' bunker, albeit at a different level of the stale darkness.
Johnson now claims to have been speaking to an unamed young woman who has been rendered destitute by her total belief in the 'Amway' myth (total financial freedom in 2-5 years by following a Plan), but he then completely fails to confront the significance of the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw's propaganda activity in respect of abused 'Amway' victims such as the one he describes.
A mountain of evidence proves Lord Haw Haw Steadson to be the de facto agent of the 'Amway' bosses. For years, he's been constantly posting mis-information (the origin of which is the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth) on the Net in a malicious attempt to stop 'Amway' victims from confronting reality and complaining to law enforcement agencies that they have been defrauded. Steadson is, thus, preventing enquiry, and prosecution, of a US-based, ongoing, major organized crime group. His contemptible activity (conducted in multiple languages on multiple Websites) is a blatant obstruction of justice which violates the US federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act of 1970. Obviously, in order to avoid prosecution himself, Steadson is obliged steadfastly to pretend to be acting independently of the 'Amway' bosses. His recent posts, revealed him to have had access to mis-information prior to it being posted for public consumption by the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth. A number of interested parties, all contacted me the moment the net-loss payments to 'Amway' adherents in the UK were posted on the 'Amway UK' Website. According to all these persons, this was 5 p.m. (British time) November 9th 2009. Steadson first claimed that the mis-information was issued November 2nd, 2009. He's now produced an independent link that apparently shows it was posted November 7th 2009, but no one else who was monitoring the 'Amway UK' website spotted this. However, several people have confirmed that the entire 'Amway UK' Website was completely unobtainable for long periods prior to 5 p.m. November 9th.
David Brear

Lord Haw Haw is above time constraints

Predictably, the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson, squawks that he has 'incontrevertible' (I presume he means incontrovertible) 'proof' that he did not have prior access to mis-information from the 'Amway' mob when he posted a comment on your Blog.
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, Steadson's so-called 'proof' is a document (bearing a reality-inverting title and stuffed full of complex drivel) which states that it was issued November 2nd 2009, but which was actually posted (for public consumption) November 9th. 2009 at precisely 5 p.m. (British Time) on the 'Amway UK' Website. This was, in fact, several hours after the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw had made the mistake of posting complex drivel taken from it. Sadly, for Steadson, a whole host of free-thinking adults, including UK government law enforcement agents (who were waiting for the document to appear), are witnesses to this revealing fact.
David Brear

Sunday, 15 November 2009

Lord Haw Haw squawks misinformation again

I'm sure that your free-thinking readers have all noticed that the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw doesn't actually claim that there is anyone (other than 'Amway' adherents arbitrarily defined as 'retail consultants') buying 'Amway's (effectively) unsaleable products in the UK. Indeed, Steadson's weazle words are most revealing.
The 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw proudly squawks that 'Amway UK has over 16000 registered retail customers.' However, the source of this precisely-phrased mis-information is the 'Amway' HQ in Ada Michigan USA, via the corporate officers and lawyers of 'Amway UK' in Milton Keynes. Interestingly Shyam, Steadson made the mistake of jumping the gun, because he posted the same thought-stopping propaganda as a comment on your Blog almost a full day before it appeared for public consumption on the 'Amway UK' Website. One wonders what story Steadson will come up with to explain away how he managed that particular trick?
The fact that Bernie Madoff had thousands of fraud victims falsely 'registered' as 'investors' in his counterfeit 'multi-billion dollar hedge fund' demonstrates the truly feeble nature of Steadson's latest script.
David Brear

Apple FMCG cheated people like Amway is doing

Here is the another instalment of the Madras High Court judgment.

"The Apple FMCG in its petition submitted that earlier 45 per cent of the sale amount was distributed as commission but presently it is increased to 65 per cent of the sale price. That means the goods which are worth only Rs.35 are sold at Rs. 100 and this Rs. 35 covers not only the price of the goods, but also expenditure involves for the administration of the company. Of course, the court cannot interfere with the fixation of the price. Anybody is free to fix any price and it is for the customers to accept or not. ut, it is not an ordinary sale of goods. The persons are lured to become a distributor only on the hope or expectation that he may get more money by e\way of commission if he sells the products similarly toothers. Of course, manypersons are earning lot of commission inthis manner. This chain is likely to progress for sometime. At one point of time the progress of the chain will stop. On that day persons who buy the product may not find any further distributor to purchase from them. By the time, the company would have earned enormous profit. But a very large number of persons would be left cheated."
This is enough, it seems, to liken the business scheme of Apple FMCG with that of Amway to showcase how the latter is cheating the people all over world.

Madras High Court finds Apple FMCG business model illegal

Let us have a look at the second part of the judgement of the Madras High Court.
When a person purchases any product from the company, he has to make an application which contains the price list of Rs. 550 Plan and Rs. 1000 Plan and others. It contains six products namely Nutrimalt, coffee, tea soap, shampoo and pickles. The maximum retail price and the distributor's price are also given. The sum of maximum retail price of all these six products comes to Rs. 497. The total amount for which it is sold to the distributors is Rs. 372.
Admittedly, for these products, the so-called distributor pays a sum of Rs. 550 whereas the distributor's price is only Rs. 372. Therefore Rs. 178 is charged extra from the distributors. This amount, the distributor pays to the company because he is made to believe that when he sells these goods to others and enrol others in the scheme, he gets commission from the petitioner company. Such commission depends upon the total volume of business that he generates by enrolling new distributors, it progresses like a chain; the amount of commission depends on the subsequent 'distributors' who is made to join by the petitioner (Apple FMCG) or a purchaser through him. The promise of the possible commission is the reason for one's enrolment. The form requires to be filled up with three 'distributors' names through whom the new entrant get into the scheme and their placement.
One has to purchase one or more starter kits by paying the money as stated above; he must sell the product to two other persons and get their application form filled up and sent to the company; those two persons in turn have to purchase starter kits from the company and in turn they must sell and enroll two other persons each. Each new entrant shall purchase the starter kit from the company and in turn sell enrol two other persons. Like this, every new purchase from whom the new entrant purchases shall enter the three names of his predecessors in the chain. Like this the chain progresses. The three names filled up by each and every new distributor depending upon upon the rank of placement and volume of the business, everyone in the chain gets the commission. If a person gets started with five starter kits, he will sell it to ten persons and that ten will become twenty at the next stage and twenty will become forty and so on. When it goes up to ten stages in this manner, the person who sold first will get a commission.
This is the business model of Apple FMCG which the Madras High Court held illegal. A glance at reveals that it is no different from Amway India's business model. The Order of the Madras High Court would appear later.

An unoriginal scripted defence by Amway apologists

Again, one has to laugh at the unoriginal, scripted defence of 'Amway' apologists.
No matter how much he squawks his complete innocence, Lord Haw Haw Steadson is, self-evidently, the grotesque, Internet manifestation of the billionaire 'Amway' bosses' centrally-controlled, mis-information dispersal system. At all times, the 'Nazi'-style filth who operate this system are attempting to stop 'Amway' victims, and casual observers, from using their critical, and evaluative, faculties. In reality, the 'Amway' bosses live in fear and dread of millions of their victims around the world who could all potentially file criminal complaints against them with law enforcement agencies. The 'Amway' mis-information sytem is, thus, an obvious obstruction of justice and a violation of the US federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act of 1970.
Sadly, for Lord Haw Haw Steadson, the recent publication of the latest net-loss payments to 'Amway' victims in the UK, arbitrarily (and laughably) defined as an 'Earnings Disclosure,' reveals many more of the thought-stopping techniques used by the 'Amway' mob. Essentially the same trick is pulled by all financial charlatans. Namely, present something that on casual inspection seems really simple to follow and beneficial to participants, which then gradually becomes so complex that, eventually, it is totally impossible to understand, but steadfastlty pretend that anyone who can't understand it must be stupid, financially illiterate, etc.
Whilst 'Amway' vicims and casual observers remain focused on the fancy hocus-pocus parrotted by 'Amway' apologists, they will never twig what is actually happening. Yet, the underlying explanation of the primary 'Amway' fraud is blindingly obvious. The centrally-controlled price and quality of the 'Amway' products renders them (effectively) unsaleable to outsiders. Thus, the 'Amway Business Opportunity' is a premeditated closed-market swindle, because it has been maliciously designed to produce insufficient external revenue to generate an overall material benefit for the overwhelming majority of its contributing participants. The tiny few who make profits in 'Amway,' are merely schills who are there to attract more victims into the trap.
Bernie Madoff also ran a premeditated closed-market swindle using schills, but he steadfastly pretended that he was an infallible financial expert who was operating 'the world's 'largest hedge fund.'
If anyone asked Madoff how he achieved his unequalled success in the markets, his standard reply was that he followed 'Split Strike Conversion Strategy'. Most people hadn't a clue what Madoff was talking about, but they didn't want to admit their ignorance. In general, the more educated enquirers were: the easier they were to fool. As we all know now, Madoff's arrogant explanations were complex and meaningless drivel designed to shut down the critical, and evaluative, faculties of persons who might file criminal complaints against him.
Sadly, Bernie Madoff avoided prison for 20 years.
David Brear

Friday, 13 November 2009

Apple FMCG business model is illegal: Madras High Court

The Madras High Court in its wonderful judgement wayback in 2005 has given a blow to the business of Apple FMCG Marketing (Pvt) Ltd. This is introduction. Another judgement of the same High Court on V-Can Network would appear later.
Apple FMCG Marketing (Pvt) Ltd filed writ petitions No. 22674 and 27411 of 2004 in the Madras High Court in the State of Tamil Nadu. And the Madras High Court delivered its judgement on January 7, 2005 giving a blow to its business model. Judge A K Rajan delivering his judgment held that "It is true that several companies including multinational companies carry on the business of the 'Multilevel Marketing' and it is also true that the Executive and the law enforcing authorities keep a blind eye on such activities. This also does not make an illegal act legal. It is alwlays a fact that the law enforcing authroitiey would try to close the table only after the horse had escaped." (Para 22).
In this part of India, people are gullible and fall an easy prey to the tall promises made through the media. That was the reason why the lottery tickets were sold in large numbers in the State. Many companies want to exploit this attitude of people and float many schemes and lure the people to join the schemes. The petitioner (Apple FMCG) is not entitled for direction for prohibiting the authorities from ;keeping surveillance over any meeting. Sec 7 of the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act confers the right on the police officer to enter any premises, where has got a reason to suspect that the premises are being used for purposes connected with the promotion of conduct of any prize chit or money circulation scheme in contravention of the provision of the Act. (Para 33).

Thursday, 12 November 2009

A day of coincidences for the Amway accused

November 12 could be described as the Day of Coincidences. Mr William Pinckney, the managing director of Amway India and other accused in the money circulation scheme criminal case did not attend the court. The Magistrate who became serious when they did not attend the court last time, surprisingly has taken leave of absence. It is not clear whether the magistrate has taken leave knowing that the accused who are currently out of the State or country might not attend the trial or the accused did not attend the court knowing that the magistrate went on leave.
Meanwhile, the Corporate Frauds Watch filed an implead petition in the Andhra Pradesh High Court in the writ petition filed by Amway India appealing the State's highest court to quash the Government Order which restrained it from advertising in the media. The visibly shaken counsels of Amway India pleaded the Division Bench to refer the writ petition to a larger bench.
The Division Bench happilyagreed to refer the writ petition to a larger bench. Anyway, it is a blessing in disguise for Corporate Frauds Watch as it got an opportunity to present their case before a larger bench.
Meanwhile, the spineless bureaucrats and the police remain mute spectators as the Amway India continues its advertisement spree.
A brighter point is the CID police have agreed in principle to include the names of other distributors of Amway in the money circulation scheme after some more investigation.

One million defrauded by Amway mob

It is important for your free-thinking readers to be aware that 'Amway UK Ltd' is a 'privately-controlled limited-liability commercial-company' which has never declared an annual trading profit, or paid UK corporation tax, since its creation in the early 1970s.
Recently, the following, irrefutable facts have all become public knowledge: - For 35 years, 'Amway UK Ltd.' has been secretly kept afloat by regular multi-million dollar cash injections from overseas. - 'Amway UK Ltd.' has secretly produced a near 100% overall loss rate for its non-salaried commission agents (many of whom have have been victims of a secondary advanced fee fraud which itself has secretly generated hundreds of millions of dollars for an handful of racketeers in the USA), because the so-called 'Proven Business Plan' which the company operated for 35 years is a counterfeit, maliciously designed to produce insufficient external revenue. - 'Amway UK Ltd.' survived a public interest petition (filed by the UK Minister for Business Enterprises and Regulatory Reform) to be closed under UK trading schemes and lottery regulations, by promising a UK High Court Judge that (amongst other things) it would publish annually the derisory average (gross) monthly income payments to its non-salaried commission agents, which, in fact, represent net-loss payments. - The annual net-loss payments were posted on 'Amway UK's' Website at the beginning of this week.
The document was arbitrarily defined as an 'Earnings Disclosure.' The figures appear in a typically complex, and unverified, format which are (effectively) impossible for a casual observer to comprehend. - Although 'Amway UK Ltd.' published a blanket assurance as to the validity of its published 'Earnings Disclosure,' no clear explanation was offered as to how the information the document contained was obtained or by whom it was verified. One company official has subsequently stated that : 'Amway's Earnings Disclosure Statement must be accurate, because it was compiled by a council comprising lawyers.' (She was, in fact, referring to 'Amway UK's' own lawyers) - The corporate officers of 'Amway UK' now arbitrarily define the company's non-salaried commission agents in the UK using 3 reality-inverting categories: 'Retail Consultants'; 'Certified Retail Consultants' ; 'Business consultants.' - 'Amway UK Ltd.' currently claims almost
'10 000 Retail Consultants', but of these, less than 50% are claimed to have received any form of payment (arbitrarily defined as 'Customer Volume Rebate') during the previous 12 months. Of the 4000 or so who have been declared to have received at least one monthly income payment from 'Amway UK' during the previous 12 months, the average (gross) payment was just £43.
However, if this already pathetic figure is recalculated to include all persons in this category (and not just those claimed to have received at least one monthly payment), then the real average monthly income figure is truly derisory. - When the document first appeared, no where in 'Amway's' annual 'Earnings Disclosure' was it clearly explained that all the figures it contained were gross payments (i.e. before operating expenses were deducted). - 'Amway UK' currently declares '3 211 Certified Retail Consultants' .
However, no clear explanation was offered as to what is the difference between this category and the first category. Of these persons, around 60% are declared to have received at least one monthly payment from 'Amway UK' averaging only £126. Again, if this figure is recalculated to include all persons in this category, then the real average (gross) monthly payment is pathetic. - 'Amway UK' currently claims only 36 persons arbitrarily defined as 'Business Consultants' (i.e. persons occupying positons known as 'Pin Levels' in the pyramid). This means that, according to 'Amway's' own unverified figures, 60 so-called 'Successful Amway Businesses' have, in fact , vanished in the UK during the previous 12 months, whilst only 3 new 'Business Consultants' were created. - After 35 years, only one UK 'Diamond' couple are claimed to have entered the 'Amway' Utopia. - To date, more than one million individuals in the UK have been defrauded by the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob.
David Brear

Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Paying taxes won't make Amway a legitimate business house

It seems that some people think that paying taxes to the government makes their business legitimate. They are not doing a favour to the country. By paying taxes they are just fulfilling their duty.
Many GoldQuest independent owners openly claimed that they have been paying income tax and their business was legitimate. Once Corporate Frauds Watch filed criminal cases against them and their bosses, they realised that it was a crime. Now a sizable number of them are facing criminal cases.
Now Amway adherents claim that they have been paying taxes to the government whichever country they are in. In fact, I have established earlier that no IBO gives a receipt to any retail customer if he has one. That means he is not paying sales tax to the government.
The question is whether their business model is legal or not. Amway India is trying its best to postpone the trial and also trying to bring undue influence on the bureaucrats and others. Still, there are a number of honest people in India and it is wrong on the part of Amay to think it could buy off everybody.
Now, simply go to Amway India website, which tells that a member could earn Rs. 56, 500 every month if he could enrol 102 members or complete one leg. That itself is a money circulation scheme and it was proved in the Andhra Pradesh High Court. When we are talking of legitimacy of the business, these crooks talk of something else all the time.
The government officer I have referred to in my earlier blog is the project director of rural development in a district in Andhra Pradesh who told me that rural people became cleverer and they do not fall for this type of money circulation schemes.

Feeble defence by a Amway Feeble defender

This is perhaps the most feeble 'Amway' defence, put forward by the most feeble 'Amway' defender, : 'Without the Tool scam , there's nothing wrong with the Amway Business Model.'
Self-evidently, if the so-called 'Business Model' was economically viable for 'Amway' participants, then the so-called 'Tools' wouldn't be needed. The two frauds are, thus, inter-related, for neither could exist independently. How the twin 'Amway' frauds function, has been maliciously designed to be beyond the understanding of the victims. 'Amway' victims are subjected to coordinated, devious techniques, of social, psychological and physical persuasion. They are manipulated by their instinctual desire not be categorized as a 'Negative Loser' by the organization's closed-logic (totalitarian) controlling scenario. Victims are constantly shown ritual images of 'Positive Winners' the role-models of 'Amway Success ' complete with luxury cars, swimming pools, mansions, Rolex watches, etc. Victims are contantly told that they too can 'Achieve their Dreams and Goals in 2-5 years, if they too 'Exactly Duplicate the Plan' and 'Follow the 100% Positive Mental Attitude of their Admired and Respected Leaders.'
In this way, the worst-case 'Amway' victims are dissociated from external reality and reformed into de facto slaves recruiters in a closed-market swindle and related advanced fee fraud. Core-victims of the twin 'Amway' frauds are deceived into a totalitarian command-economy in microcosm, where not only the means of production, distribution and exchange are centrally controlled , but also the system of dispute resolution.
Thus, de facto 'Amway' slaves (who are falsely defined in their contracts as 'Independent Business Owners') become powerless pawns in a hermetic, money circulation game which, by the laws of economics, they can never win, but they are constantly told that failure to win in the 'Amway Business Model' is their fault and their fault alone. The whole closed-logic, closed-market 'Amway' system is designed to produce guilt and reduce victims to the level of naughty children in front of disapproving parental figures. The more guilty victims feel, the more their instinctual desire increases to escape from that guilt and to receive the love and approval of their 'Leaders.' however, the only path they are offered to escape comprises the purchase of materials which the most-deluded victims are led to believe will guarantee them entry to the secure 'Amway' Utopia -'Total Financial Freedom'.
David Brear

Sunday, 8 November 2009

Crooks keep on asking what is wrong with Amway business model

Some people are stupid enough to ask what is wrong with Amway business model apart from the tool scam after one and half years of hundreds of posts and elaborate discussion on 6-4-3 business plan and equally elaborate discussion on the judgement of Andhra Pradesh High Court. When it is clearly evident that several millions of people lost their money in the Amway India business model and the crooks are out to cheat several millions of people with the false promises of 'total financial freedom in 2-5 years', these crooks are stupid enough to ask what is wrong with the Amway India business model.
Under 6-4-3 plan. the members have to enrol new members and encourage their downline to encourage more members to achieve total financial freedom in 2-5 years.
That is what is called mathematical impossibility which the Supreme Court of India highlighted in its judgement in a money circulation scheme scam. Still these crooks ask once again what is wrong with the business model of Amway.
The other day a government offical said that all these schemes are dead and no one is interested anylonger to join such schemes. Surprisingly, he also said that Amway India is almost dead and the company is hardly finding new persons to get enrolled. I really do not know what his source is nor what is the basis for his conclusion. Anyway, he did not elaborate it. He simply concluded that people have become cleverer and they do not fall for these schemes. When pointed out that these crooks are coming out with new cunning ideas, he just brushed them off.
It is sad to note that some comments are going personal and it is not healthy. If anybody wants to discuss the issue, one is welcome. Otherwise, he might be barred from participating in the discussion. It could be taken as warning.

Friday, 6 November 2009

IBOFB pushing Amway mob to prison cell

Lord Haw Haw Steadson's squawking on your Blog has become increasingly hoarse of late. His billionaire bosses in the USA cannot be too pleased with his limp flapping performance. Mr. Scott ('Tex') Johnson's puerile and abusive contributions require no further comment.
It has been clearly explained to your readers how 'Amway' is an ongoing, major organized crime group which has generated, and continues to generate, billions of dollars via a closed-market swindle, and related advanced fee fraud, for a handful of sanctimonious racketeers in the USA. The silence of these racketeers' (usually aggressive) echelon of amoral attorneys in the face of this well-informed analysis is deafening. However, several Indian judges and police officers have already reached almost the same conclusions independently.
Self-evidently, when the wider picture is examined, the global 'Amway' organization is revealed as having been maliciously set up as a labyrinth of corporate structures in order to isolate its US-based billionaire bosses from liability. The setting up of such a criminogenic system has been defined as a 'pattern of racketeering activity' in US federal law by the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations act of 1970 (drafted by Prof. G. Robert Blakey), and clarified by subsequent US Supreme Court rulings. In reality, the 'Amway' bosses know that, now the US government has changed, they face prosecution under RICO, being strippped of all their stolen wealth and spending the rest of natural lives behind bars. The fact that they have sought to buy political protection from the previous administration only aggravates their case.
Thus, according to the above analysis, when anyone accuses the 'Amway' bosses of running an ongoing, major organized crime group, their standard response should be to hide behind the labyrinth of structures which, and individuals whom, they have maliciously placed between themselves and criminal liability. Obviously, this is exactly what they are doing on your Blog; for Lord Haw Haw Steadson (if he really exists as one individual) is part of the 'Amway' labyrinth. His latest squawking about Eric Scheibeler (a former poster boy for the 'Amway' bosses, who was falsely portrayed by them as a shining example of success to be copied) comprises the predictable claim that Eric (who can prove that he lost $100 000 and passed around $4 millions to his so-called 'Upline') was actually the victim of certain corrupt millionaire 'Amway' under-bosses, not the honest 'Amway' billionaire bosses.
This type of limp defence is essentilly no different to that previously put forward by Mafia attorneys. Laughably, each time Lord Haw Haw Steadson squawks from his script, he's merely pushing the leaders of the 'Amway' mob closer to a prison cell.
David Brear

Thursday, 5 November 2009

Clear-thinking people are there in India

Congratulations, your Blog has received perhaps the ultimate 'Amway' inversion of reality.
According to the squawking 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. ('IBOFB') Steadson, courageous whistle-blowers, like Eric Scheibeler, lost money in 'Amway' simply because they refused to obey 'Amway's' rules. The fact that over 10 years, Eric Scheibeler, and his 'Emerald Group(s)', recruited thousands more adherents all of whom were maliciously indoctrinated to hand over a fixed sum of money every month (arbitrarily defined as 'Sales' by the 'Amway' bosses) and to recruit their friends and relatives to duplicate the same economically- unviable system (on the pretext that this would bring them 'Total Financial Freedom in 2-5 Years'), is completely ignored by Steadson, because he pretends that such an illegal money circulation scheme is forbidden by 'Amway's' rules.
In brief, although there are piles of destitute victims of the 'Amway' financial holocaust and a handful of billionaire profiteers, according to Lord Haw Haw Steadson, it was all the fault of the these victims: not the profiteers.
Indeed, when Eric Scheibeler began to re-enter reality he actually approached the big 'Amway' bosses in Ada Michigan to inform them of what was happening. This resulted in Eric being booted out of 'Amway' and his being subjected to all manner of indirect intimidation in a typical attempt to silence him. Unfortunately, we all know that the 'Amway' rules have been put there to fool casual observers (including: Judges, law enforcement agents, legislators, journalists, etc.). These rules are just a part of a much greater inversion of reality. They are not, and never have been, enforced.
The 'Amway' bosses undoubtedly run a major organized crime group. This sanctimonious little gang of racketeers have acquired billions of dollars via a closed-market swindle and related advanced fee fraud. Their counterfeit rule book is simply more evidence of how they sustain their shameful activities by obstructing justice. The document is part of a pattern of racketeering activity.
Fortunately, it seems that there are plenty of clear-thinking people (in authority) in India who have worked out what really lurks behind 'Amway.'
David Brear

Kudos to Sikkim police for alerting public about Amway frauds

Congratulations Sikkim police!
The senior superintendent of police of the crime branch CID of Sikkim State police department issued a public alert notice warning the people against joining in the nefarious activities of Amway India Enterprises Ltd which is brazenly involved in the money circulation scheme in the guise of product sales. Here is the full text of the notice for public consumption.

R.O. NO. 735/IPR/PUB/07-08 (I) Dt. 4/2/08.

Crime BranchState Police Headquarter DepartmentGangtok

It is notified for the information of the public in general that the Amway India Enterprises started their business operation in India in May, 1998. It deals with various consumer goods like tooth paste, soaps and other products like Nutralites etc. These products are camouflaged to cover up their money circulation schemes. This company is into the recruitment of members and the sale of products is only incidental to the main activity of recruitment and payment of commission. Through a promise of quick and easy money this company has succeeded in duping the gullible public in India.
The activities of this company are akin to money circulation schemes, which in India are expressly banned under the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978.In the year 2006, a case was registered against Amway and its distributors by CID/Andhra Pradesh on a specific complaint on 24/09/06 vide Crl. Case No. 10/2006 U/S 385/420 IPC and Section 4, 5 & 6 of the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978.
The Division Bench of High Court of Andhra Pradesh vide order dated 19/07/2007, delivered a landmark and path breaking judgment holding that the scheme of Amway India Enterprises is nothing but money circulation scheme. Later, Amway challenged the High Court order through Special Leave Petition in the Apex Court of India, which was dismissed on 14/08/2007 by the Supreme Court.
As discovered by CID, E.O.W. Andhra Pradesh Amway India Enterprises is a founder member of Indian Direct Selling Association (IDSA) which is an association of different companies having similar modus operandi purportedly multilevel marketing just as the Amway Scheme. All these companies viz. Avon Beauty Products, Tupperware, Modicare, Oriflame India etc. including Amway India Enterprises are carrying on the business thereby violating the provision of Section 2(C) of Prize Chits and Money Circulation Scheme (Banning) Act, 1978.
This view was endorsed by the Apex Court in dismissing against Amway special leave petition.Thus, the business being carried out and carried on by the above companies by misleading/misguiding the innocent people have appeared to be illegal in the eyes of the law of the land and hence adequate publicity is given to the public in General for their awareness.

Sr. Superintendent of PoliceCrime Branch, CID,Gangtok.
R.O. NO. 729/IPR/PUB/07-08(III) Dt. 5/2/08

It's like Mein Kampf re-enacted

It is truly frightening to read the words of your naive young friend, Trivedi. He dismisses the ugly reality lurking behind his totalitarian group and describes the standard, guided-fantasy of ordinary men transformed into supermen after 'Struggling' and achieving success in the 'Amway' movement
Many years ago, a hitherto unremarkable individual re-invented himself as a 'Great Leader' - an expert in all fields of human endeavour (political, economic, military, scientific, etc.) This fellow wrote a book called 'My Struggle' in which he offered anyone, no matter what their station in life, a place in a future secure Utopian existence. All they had to do, was follow their 'Great Leader' without question. The book became a best-seller and its author a multi-millionaire.
This was Adolf Hitler, his book was 'Mein Kampf'.
Prior to his taking power in Germany, Hitler's vast personal fortune derived not only from the sale of publications, but also from the sale of recordings of his speeches and from the sale of tickets to 'Nazi' rallies. These materials were supplied via (apparently independent) corporate structures which were, in fact, centrally-controlled by the 'Nazi' leadership.
For obvious reasons, all that the leadership of the 'Amway' movement have done is change the external presentation of their totalitarian group. Their advanced fee fraud, in which places are peddled in a future secure Utopian existence (portrayed in pretty propaganda), remains exactly the same.
Sadly, there will always be naive people like Trivedi who (for what ever reason) need to believe in this seductive fairy-tale.
David Brear

Reality-inverting propaganda of Amway apologists

It is highly revealing for your readers to observe the complete lack of concern showed by 'Amway' apologists for the real victims of the 'Amway' financial holocaust. Typically, the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson, ignores the ugly truth behind the totalitarian 'Amway' myth and endeavours to conjure up a standard 'Amway' Utopian image of a dutiful fiancee merrily delivering 'Amway' products to flocks of satisfied customers. Obviously, no one with fully-functioning critical faculties could possibly fall for this absurd fairy-tale.
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, Eric Scheibeler wasted 10 years of his life rising to a level in the 'Amway' pyramid known as 'Emerald Distributor'. He lost at least $100 000 pursuing the (effectively) impossible 'Amway Plan for Total Financial Freedom'. During this period Eric sold virtually no 'Amway' products to non-initiates and passed around $4 millions to his wealthy leaders, mostly from the cash sales of books, recordings, tickets to meetings. etc. Eric (who was almost driven to suicide) is now in contact with literally tens of thousands of 'Amway' victims from all around the world, but this is of absolutely no concern to the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson.
The mark of all totalitarian regimes is that, when the ugly truth lurking behind their reality-inverting propaganda begins to leak out, their grinning leaders and smug apologists steadfastly pose as innocent victims under attack.
David Brear

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Fellow Indians, people all over world save money, enjoy life

India is the land of 1.2 billion population. That is what is mouth-watering for most of these crooks. China is more populated but that is not a democracy. These crooks may face tough problems if they step in China. That is why most of these crooks are turning to India. With dwindling business in Europe and the United States of America, fraudsters like Amway, Herbalife, Forever Living Products, et al, are now concentrating on Indian people.
These fraudsters try to encash the weakness of people to get rich quick and easy by offering 'total financial freedom in 2-5 years' or 'good business opportunity' or 'earlly retirement'.
Not to lag behind, some Indian crooks have also joined the bandwagon and trying their best to line their pockets. Hindustan Unilever Network is only one of them.
Apart from these product-based multilevel marketing companies which indulged actually in money circulation scheme, there are several other thieves who are out to make fastbuck by raising deposits from public in the name of real estate, tree plantation, limousine purchase, tube choke manufacturing, paper plate making, so on and so forth.
The main problem in the whole scheme is the educated elite in the society. They do not mind to cheat their own friends, relatives and neighbours to drag them into this web. Instead of bringing awareness among people about the pitfalls of these schemes, these educated self-centred thieves never think twice to cheat them to line their own pockets.
All these educated persons are highly placed in the society working as lawyers, lecturers, professors and top bureaucrats in the government. It is really strange that there are some police officers who join such schemes knowing fully well that such schemes are criminal in nature.
I believe that people by and large have already understood the scheming of such thieves but still it is a long way to go. Let us continue our campaign against such fraudsters and bring awareness among people about these nefarious schemes.
Let us not throw our hard-earned money into such schemes blinded by our greed. There is nothing like early retirement or total financial freedom. One has to work hard and save money. Indians are famous for their saving habits and that is why Indians quickly recovered from recession though the rest of the world is limping back to normalcy. Let us save money and enjoy the life instead of giving the same away to these crooks.