Thursday, 18 February 2010

Amway adherents programmed to stop questioning their leaders

With his usual clarity of thought, Joecool has brought us back to my original point.
Self-evidently (as millions of individuals know from experiece) it is (effectively) impossible for 'Amway' adherents to peddle 'Amway' s' overpriced wampum to non-adherents (with fully-functioning critical faculties). The only reason why current 'Amway' adherents buy it themselves is because they have been programmed to stop questioning their leaders, and to duplicate exactly a 'Proven Business Building Plan' of recruitment and self consumption in the deluded belief that this will lead to total financial freedom in 2-5 years. However, such a pyramid sales scheme (without significant external revenue) is a criminal deception.
Thus, in order to establish once and for all that 'Amway' (no matter what its apologists steadfastly pretend) is operating in India as a criminal deception, the killer question for Indian law enforcement agents to put to the corporate officers of 'Amway India Enterprises' and those of the so-called 'Indian Direct Selling Association,' is:
Since its creation, exactly what percentage (by value) of the products sold (at a wholesale price) by 'Amway India Enterprises' to its non-salaried commission agents has then been resold (at full retail price) to persons who are not under contract to the company as non-salaried commission agents?
Obviously, this question lies at the heart of Dr. Vandernat's simple test.
David Brear

1 comment:

Tex said...

Retail sales to non-IBOs do not have to be at full retail cost. Amway got spanked for that in 1979. Go to hell, Brear. Do not pass GO, do not collect $200!!! LOL