Friday, 25 December 2009

IBOFB part of Amway's racketeering activities

We have here on your Blog the extraordinary Xmas spectacle of the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson (who finds himself unable deny that, for 50 years, virtually no 'Amway' products have been sold to persons who are not agents of 'Amway' and that, as a result , the overwhelming majority of 'Amway' agents have not made a profit out of 'Amway,' because this was a mathematical impossibility), reciting the latest chapter of the 'Amway' fairy-tale to the ever-changing flock of wide-eyed 'Amway' believers.
Steadson now steadfastly pretends that the overwhelming majority of insolvent 'Amway' commission agents who were arbitrarily defined by their annual 'Amway' contracts as 'Independent Business Owners,' were actually only retail customers of 'Amway' who weren't participating in the 'Amway Business' at all. Unfortunately for Steadson, for decades, 'Amway's' own propaganda has boasted completely the reverse.
I don't know about you, Shyam, but I have been given unlimited access to piles of unwanted 'Amway' wampum by various destitute adherents. One former 'Emerald' had an entire garage full of it (which he'd acquired over a period of 10 years). Another former UK distributor had stock-piled 'Nutrilite' vitimins which she'd forked-out about $50 per jar for. Then, of course, there are all those people with their $1000 sets of ridiculous 'Amway' cooking pans. The Internet (particularly, e-bay) is constantly infested with former 'Amway' adherents trying to unload all this (effectively) unsaleabe junk at a fraction of the fixed-price they originally paid for it. Yet, tellingly, according to 'Amway's' reality-inverting propaganda all products have a 'money-back guarantee.'
The point is that, since the original 'MLM' scam, 'Nutrilite,' was first challenged in the USA, the banal products which 'MLM' victims pay through the nose to acquire (in the deluded belief that 'buying and recruiting is the proven plan for success'), are merely an elaborate diversion. The 'MLM' scam remains essentially the same; diguise illegal internal payments as 'sales' and, in return, supply the victims with some neatly-packaged (but cheaply-produced) merchandise, or service, which doesn't obviously fall foul of laws concerning misbranding. This is how the perpetrators of these frauds have camouflged their crimes for more than half a century.
The 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw's filthy little role in all of this, comprises attempting to character-assassinate free-thinking individuals like you, me, Robert Fitzpatrick, Eric Scheibeler, Scott Larsen, etc., (who are trying to stop the spread of this type of fraud). He is also attempting to prevent existing 'Amway' victims, like Trivedi, from confronting external reality and approaching law enforcement agents, legislators, journalists, with complaint.
Steadson is knowingly participating in a pattern of major racketeering activity as defined by the US Federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act of 1970 and clarified by various US Supreme Court judgements.
David Brear


dtytrivedi said...

brear, legal scan and shyam can u just tell me another product available in the market which serves same as nutrilite and also having relatively same nutrilitional value that nutrilite is offering at low price.

IBOFB said...

who finds himself unable deny that, for 50 years, virtually no 'Amway' products have been sold to persons who are not agents of 'Amway'

You can certainly babble on in your writing - a shame you appear incapable of reading.

Legal Scan said...

IBOFB, It is not clear which country you are now living. But in the Indian context, Mr David Brear is correct.

Joecool said...

IBOFB is allegeedly in Sweden but also has been spotted in Australia, France, and other countires.

Tex said...


You can't read, either. Or you know you're wrong, and too scared to respond! LOL

quixtarisacult said...

IBOFB obviously is a defacto agent of Amway. What would an agent of Amway do? What does IBOFB do? Claiming that he is not a paid promoter of a scam should not exhonerate him from liability.

Indeed, I believe that Amway should be prosecuted under Rico statutes here in the United States. Steadson should be tried for promoting a scheme by which nearly all lose way more than their money. They lose face with their families and friends who they blindly try to swindle. They lose their dignity in the end.

"Steal a little and they call you a thief; Steal a lot and they call you Amway!"