Sunday, 7 February 2010

Learned Indian judges rightly pointed out Amway's criminal activities

Bravo Shyam Sundar and Corporate Frauds Watch!
Thanks to your efforts , more clear-thinking, senior Indian Judges have been able to deduce that 'Amway India Enterprises,' and its shifty clones, have been operating a form of pernicious money circulation (or Ponzi) scheme, albeit in an ingenious disguise. The Indian courts (in their wisdom) have paved the way for a rigorous criminal enquiry into the 'MLM' virus? This has been maliciously obstructed in the USA, and UK, by the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob, for decades. Indeed, when the wider evidence is examined, the tactics used by the corporate officers, and legal representatives, of 'Amway India Enterprises' are revealed as being part of a pattern of racketeering activity as defined by the United States Federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, 1970.
Perhaps the Indian police will now put the same questions which I advised young Trivedi to pose to his 'Amway' handlers and which American, and British, law enforcement have (mysteriously) never asked. I think it would be rather interesting to be a fly on the wall when Indian investigators arrest the corporate officers of 'Amway India Enterprises' and those of the so-called 'Indian Direct Selling Association' and demand:
- Since 'Amway India Enterprises' was created , what percentage (by value) of the organization's published 'Multi-Million Dollar Sales' have actually been to persons who are not agents of the organization?
- Since 'Amway India Enterprises' was created, what has been the overall attrition/ drop-out rate amongst its non-salaried commission agents ?
- Why has this information been kept secret?
- When a so-called 'MLM' or 'Direct Selling' company obliges its non-salaried commission agents to offer products, and/or services, which are sub-standard , and/or banal, yet so exorbitantly priced as to render them (effectively) unsaleable to persons who are not agents of the company, where exactly does all the money come from to pay all, but a tiny minority, of its non-salaried commission agents a profit?
Sadly, the corporate officers of 'Amway India Enterprises,' and those of the so-called 'Indian Direct Selling Association' probably have neither the intellectual capacity nor the courage to face up to the fact that they've been used to front a cult and a fraud. The sanctimonious little gang of charlatans who have raked-in the lion's share the profits from the 'Amway' racket are not Indian citizens. However, the Indian government, or even Corporate Frauds Watch, would be perfectly within their rights to file a private prosecution against the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob in the USA, for violation of the RICO Act. I'm pretty sure that if the DeVos and VanAndel Clans thought that this might happen, they would call a halt to their criminal activities in India immediately, rather than risk being held to account at home.
David Brear

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