Friday, 8 January 2010

Clueless Tex refuses to face the ugly truth

No free-thinking individual (with access to the full-facts and an accurate analysis of them) can seriously refute that during more than half a century, tens of millions of unsuspecting individuals around the world have been churned through 'Amway's' closed-market swindle and allied advanced fee frauds. However, during this period the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth has continued to repress all dissent and to hide the real picture by relentlessly spewing forth the same poisonous propaganda - 'Amway Products' represent such 'Good Value' that 'Millions of Independent Amway Business Owners' are conducting 'Billions of Dollars of Sales.'
Meanwhile, in the adult world of quantifiable reality, virtually no 'Amway' products have ever been sold to persons who are not agents of the organization, whilst the hidden, overall, attrition/failure-rate in the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' has been (effectively) 100% and an unknown number of persons have become so loaded with debt, and guilt, that they have committed suicide.
We have here on your Blog, Shyam, a sad little band of three intellectually-castrated 'Amway' apologists. One of whom, Scott Johnson, paradoxically admits that he has been the victim of an 'Amway'-related advanced fee fraud for 12 years (although he insists on using the rather misleading term 'tool scam') and that, despite persisting for 17 years in total, he's never made a dime of overall profit out of his so-called 'Amway Business'.
Interestingly, Johnson has yet to find the courage to admit that he was both (unwitting) perpetrator and (unwitting) victim of a self-perpetuating, esoteric deception which was maliciously designed to be beyond the understanding of the average person. Instead, he claims to have worked out how the 'tool scam' functions and to have approached law enforcement agencies and the media with complaint about 'Amway's' millionaire under-bosses (whom he refers to as 'LCKs' 'Lying Cowardly Kingpins'). However, imagine the reaction of law enforcement agents and journalists when they discovered that (after 12 years of being defrauded) Johnson not only remained under contract to 'Amway,' but that he energetically continued to promote the central organization and to defend its billionaire bosses by relentlessly regurgitating their own poisonous propaganda.
Despite decades of quantifiable evidence (including 17 years of his own dismal accounts) proving 'Amway' to be the corporate front for an ongoing major organized crime group (the bosses of which have followed a pattern of racketeering activity as defined in the US by the RICO Act of 1970), Johnson arrogantly still refuses to face up to the ugly truth - incessantly repeating that he knows everything and we 'haven't got a clue.' However, the fellow is a classic, cult core-adherent, in that he steadfastly claims to be absolutely righteous even when all the quantifiable evidence proves his behaviour to be (at best) misguided, or (at worst) downright evil. Although he is demonstrably dissociated from external reality, Johnson remains certain that he alone represents the truth and he acts accordingly.
David Brear


dtytrivedi said...

it is not the direct selling are earning enormous profits, one should know the cost structure of the direct selling companies in order to get the idea regarding % of profit and sales revenue

this is explained by one of the senior officials of amway.

dtytrivedi said...

shyam, i am giving u a clue to my next topic and u are well familiar with.

"Meanwhile, in the adult world of quantifiable reality, virtually no 'Amway' products have ever been sold to persons who are not agents of the organization, whilst the hidden, overall, attrition/failure-rate in the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' has been (effectively) 100% and an unknown number of persons have become so loaded with debt, and guilt, that they have committed suicide"

just go through the statement because that contradicts to one of the findings in case against amway in andhra high court!!!!

Tex said...


Do you know WHY the number of products sold to non-IBOs has historically been low? Since you won't answer, I will: The LCKs make pennies on products sold, dollars on tools sold. Which would YOU pick if you were an LCK? Also, have you seen the dramatic increase in retail sales recently? Didn't think so, IDIOT.

I've said on many occasions I have both a victim and unwitting "carrier" for the Amway tool scam, and I even said how grateful I am I didn't "succeed" in Amway, or I would have caused even more financial damage to others. IDIOT.

The various agencies have not taken action because of a combination of incompetence, bureaucracy, and political influence, in that order. The issue isn't how long I or others have been involved, the issue is the overall business model, which is NOT based on the Amway product profit, it's based on the Amway tool scam profit. Dumbass.

The clue you don't have is you are stupidly against the MLM model, which has been APPROVED by the FTC, yet the REAL problem is the Amway tool scam. RETARD.

dtytrivedi said...

according to the data which i have the attrition rate of direct selling industry and retail industry is very similar.

during period of 2001-2003:

Attrition rate in retail industry was 53% compared to direct selling industry in that period was 56%.

dtytrivedi said...

India retail industry is also having attrition rate around 50%

Shyam Sundar said...

Tex, whatever happened to the single-line retarded person. Now it is verbal diarrhoea. Take some medicine immediately not drugs.LoL

Anonymous said...

This is all very fascinating, I just joined Amway in Australia even after being sceptic being it a scam or not.

Either way they have this 90 days money back, so after 3 months if no results, I'll just let it go.

So I'm very confused when it comes to deciding whether, 'Stay in Amway, work your way up, nothing is easy, put in more time and reach 21%' and '3 months is up, forget about it, dont even think about going further with tex's argument on purchasing more tools that rips you off?'

Well, need to do more research in other forums xD

Anonymous said...

Oh, I shouldn't mention its a scam, it's MLM legit, you do get money back, but obviously less than what you actually give. But then again what if you succeed in getting 50 referrals to spend $300-$400/month. it all pays back doesn't it?

Then again... I'd feel sympathetic to get people spending that much, and so thats where the catch is. It grows from there...

Joecool said...

It took Tex many years to realize he was being scammed by his "LCKs", After discovering the tools scam, he insists that the useless tools actually works and has a room full of useless tapes. Despite no downline and little or no sales, he mistakenly insists that if the tools were cheap and if diamonds admit how much is made on tools, that the Amway business would actually work.

He ignores the fact that Amway products are not sought out except by Amway agents themselves, and the fact that the Amway compensation plan nearly guarantees failure for most IBOs.

But as you can see by his racist statements which I posted, you can understand his twisted logic.

Tex said...

DA, if you want more factual information, visit my site. I suggest you start here, but explore the rest of the site as well:

jc, it took millions of people several years to either realize they were being ripped off or they quit without even realizing they were being ripped off, thinking it was THEIR fault they couldn't build a business that virtually guaranteed they were ripping off others in order to build it.

The tools do work if priced properly, and this is not limited to the tapes, the concept needs to be applied to other parts of the tool system, especially the major functions.

Please don't tell my customers they didn't seek Amway products, and they seek them even more now with the lower prices. LOL

You wouldn't know a racist from one of your Hawaiian whores you write about on the World Sex Guide. LOL

Joecool said...

Tes is a registered member of the World Sex Guide. He has spent countless hours there preusing through the forum.

If the tools worked, then IBOs today would be progressing thru the business. And if the tools worked, then the cost would be justified. It is for this reason David Brear is right that tex is a moron who cannot grasp reality.

Tex said...

I registered to check out YOUR posts! LOL

If the tools were priced to allow a net profit well before reaching Platinum, the Amway business would be MUCH better off. Too bad you and Brear lack the minimal intellect to understand that simple economic concept. LOL

Joecool said...

"I registered to check out YOUR posts! LOL"

Nice justification tex. I know why you joined. You were particularly happy to read the alternative lifestyle section of the sex forum. LOL