Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Amway has been lining its own pocket with its schemes

Let us have a glance at a part of the Andhra Pradesh High Court's judgement:
As is evident from the contentions advanced on behalf of the petitioners as noted earlier, the petitioners have taken the stand that there is no quick or easy money involved in the scheme and that the money which the sponsor member gets does not depend on any event or contingency relative or applicable to the enrollment of the members into the scheme. But on a careful analysis of the true nature of the scheme as explained above, it is quite apparent that one of the components of the income earned by a sponsor member is the commission which is calculated not only on the personal PV of the sponsor member, but also from the PV earned by all the remaining 102 members falling within his group. There is, therefore, no gainsaying that a substantial part of the income which the first sponsor member of the group gets depends on the event or contingency relative or applicable to the enrollment of members into the scheme. This conclusion can be tested by a further analysis of the income figures given in the earlier paragraph. Supposing the sponsor member at the top does not introduce any member and if 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 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 enroll. (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).
When it is crystal clear that it is money circulation scheme and is out to cheat my fellow humans all over world, how can anyone remain passive not to tell everyone about the cheating of this fraudulent company. That is why I appeal people all over world not to fall prey to the pyramid schemes or money circulation schemes of the companies like Amway, Herbalife, Hindustan Unionlever Network, Forever Living Products, Tupperware and others.


dtytrivedi said...

u know shyam, the main thing is 'if'

which u don't understand if doesnot mean that one is compelled to do the business in the same way it is proposed.

i can also prove my point by putting if.

like the sponsor does not do 100 pv. or if sponsor is not able to sponsor 6 people

dtytrivedi said...

the main thing is if, through this if i can prove anything right and any thing wrong.

dtytrivedi said...
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dtytrivedi said...

when shyam says that examples are meant be followed.

A joke comes to my mind often when i read this. But today i couldn't myself to share with u all.

there was a guy who followed the same way of thinking of what shyam was following. One day he had an interview

Interviewer :For proving that u have good vocabulary,give me the opposite words for instance. (for e.g and there he followed the same policy, examples are meant to be strictly followed case)

guy : Ok
Interviewer : Made in India
guy : Destroyed in Pakistan
Interviewer : Good… Keep it Up
guy : Bad…. Put it Down
Interviewer : Maxi-Mum
guy : Mini Dad
Interviewer : Enough! Take your Seat (example is over)
guy : Insufficient! Don’t take my seat
Interviewer : Idiot! Take your seat
guy : Clever! Don’t take my seat
Interviewer : I say you get out!
guy : You didn’t say I come in
Interviewer : I reject you!
guy : You appoint me

Tex said...

This is the most idiotic post I've ever seen, Shyam. Congratulations!

Legal Scan said...

Cluelss Tex, the idiot, proclaims that it is an idiotic post. It is not clear whether the High Court judgement is idiotic or anything else is.

Legal Scan said...

Trivedi, it is a good joke and you are a good joker.

dtytrivedi said...

dear legal scan high court has not given judgement regarding the amway, that its business model is illegal.

case filed against amway does not mean that amway business model is illegal

Shyam Sundar said...

Trivedi again says that the High Court of Andhra Pradesh did not proclaim that the business model of Amway was illegal. He claims to have read the judgment and still pretends that Amway is right. Either he could not understand the judgement or he is trying to convince himself that Amway is right. Nobody can wake up a pretending person.

dtytrivedi said...

by showing a the whole document which i read frequently it never said that amway business model is illegal