Sunday, 31 January 2010

Trivedi confused the AP High Court judgement

I see that young Trivedi is now clutching at straws in order to preserve his remaining ego-protecting delusions. The poor boy confuses the Andhra Pradesh High Court judgement, which only refers to the mathematical and psychological labyrinth that 'Amway' offers, and not to the length of time the average 'Amway' adherent (like himself) remains enslaved by that labyrinth.
In reality, the Indian judges were not given access to the wider quantifiable evidence of 'Amway's' hidden attrition/drop-out rate. On the contrary, the main evidence they examined was that of 'Amway's' own, absurd pyramid presentations. The Indian Judges, in their wisdom, immediately deduced that 'Amway' offers an illegal money circulation scheme based on the recruitment of a never-ending chain of contributing participant/recruiters, but which is camouflaged in a such complex and devious fashion that, even after victims have lost their time and money, and abandoned the fraud, most are unable to comprehend exactly how they were deceived and, in turn, used to deceive others.
As to the hidden, overall attrition/ drop-out rate in the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity'. Even, the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth accepts that the average annual attrition/drop-out rate is always around 50%. However, confidential, internal 'Amway/Quixtar' documents (produced by independent accountants who seem more baffled than alarmed by what they discovered) prove that the bosses of the 'Amway' mob were fully-aware that, in 2005, the hidden attrition/ drop-out rate (on a 5 year cycle) for a random 10 000 US 'Amway' adherents, was 95%. However, even the remaining 5% core-group eventually give up.
I suggest, Shyam, that you make this damning evidence available to young Trivedi.
Whilst the 'Amway Ministry of Truth' continues steadfastly to pretend '3 millions Independent Business Owners World-Wide,' each year (by 'Amway's' own admission) around 1.5 millions are quietly dropping-out of the organization to be replaced by a fresh intake of wide-eyed, temporary dreamers. If you add up all the individuals who have been secretly churned through the 'Amway' closed-market swindle over the previous 50+ years, you arrive at a figure in the tens of millions.
Sadly, when the wider picture is examined, the hidden, overall attrition/drop rate for the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' has been (effectively) 100% - a fact, which has been maliciously occulted by the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob for more than half a century to allow them to sustain their highly-profitable rackets.
David Brear


Tex said...

The dropout rate is even higher than 50% the first year, but decreases for every additional year. Therefore, there is much less than 1.5 million/year churn.

dtytrivedi said...

when is studied the whole document.

I am shocked to know that whole analysis of the business was based on assumptions so naturally it means that if assumptions being made are followed then this will happen.

I admit that many ibos in amway still don't know the pv:bv ratio and even 6-4-3 plan.

Naturally when they show such to such people like shyam and brear they think its correct.

just have a look this picture, its an excerp of what i said

dtytrivedi said...

And these people believe it that business is to be done in 6-4-3

it doesn't matter if they even cry and tell u that this is an example

these people will still accuse that business is to be done strictly in 6-4-3 way.

because they are using ideology that "examples are meant to be followed"

they don't even know that they are imitating???

Shyam Sundar said...

Trivedi, how much you are investing every month to earn Rs. 1000-1500 and how much your mother is investing and what is her position after all these years an IBO of Amway.

dtytrivedi said...

shyam my mother around two years ago she qualified as 12% but as we were having frequent transfers (as my father is govt. employee) now she qualifies between 6 to 9%.

as far our income and expenses are concerned:

our combine expense varies from 3000 to 7000 depending upon household and customer requirements.

similarly our combine income varies from 2000 to 5000 depending upon product sales and business group turnover.

Shyam Sundar said...

Trivedi is a funny boy. There is no business on earth which gives you such a huge margin on selling products. However, he claims that he along with his mother is purchasing products worth Rs. 3000 and earning Rs. 2000 and on Rs. 7000 and they are earning Rs 5000. Surely he does not know what he is talking about.

dtytrivedi said...

shyam u are now proving yourself to be nitwit when understanding business plan of amway.

I suggest u to read it again

"our combine expense varies from 3000 to 7000 depending upon household and customer requirements.

similarly our combine income varies from 2000 to 5000 depending upon product sales and business group turnover."

And honestly i am free to talk u on ur phone or skype id.

it would be great opportunity to have a conversation with you

Legal Scan said...

Can anybody help Trivedi to come out of the delusion. He still claims he makes Rs 2000 out of Rs. 3000 sale of products out of which he uses some for his personal use. LoL
A nitwit calling everyone a nitwit? And he says that it is a great business opportunity. LoL.

Shyam Sundar said...

IF Trivedi is willing to talk to me on phone. He could still talk. Clueless Tex never asked again to talk to me. Check for my number on the previous posts and call me at 9 a.m.