Wednesday, 1 September 2010

Break the Silence; Realise you are not to be blamed

Break the silence, my dear fellow humans all over world. Whenever you lose in any multilevel marketing scam, do not remain silent blaming yourself for the failure. The scheme itself to be blamed. Realise the truth. It is the fraudulent companies which have been inducing people like you to become members and blaming you for your failure. Actually you did not fail. It is inherent in the scheme and if you could not make it that means that your conscience does not agree to cheat others.
It is high time, the victims realised the truth and come out openly. It is high time the victims filed criminal cases against those cheats who succeeded in cheating you. It is not your fault to fall prey to the greedy talk of these cheats. It is smooth talk of these tricksters that tricked you into the scam.
The cheap technique adapted by all these crooks is to make the victims feel that they are incompetent to achieve the goal. They always blame the victim stating that there is not sufficient 'fire' in him and he is needed to be motivated. Then they sell the motivation tools like cassettes, books etc. and make money out of it. They even tell you to lie about your income by making it an inflated figure. A woman living in a two-room asbestos rented shack told me that their income is about Rs. 65,000 per month. A professor's wife in Vijayawada boasted in a chat with an auto rickshaw driver that their income as an IBO is Rs. 70,000 per month which resulted in her murder.
My dear fellow Indians. Do not feel shy to confess that you were cheated. It is high time, you strike back and launch criminal proceedings against these crooks. You need not worry that you are introduced by your own friend or relative. Just file a criminal case against the company. You need not strain your relations with your friend or relative. Anyway you do not trust him in future for involving you in a scam like this.
Your job would be easier if you are living in Andhra Pradesh. Following a representation by the Corporate Frauds Watch the office of the Director General of Police, Andhra Pradesh issued a Memo to all the police stations in the State to register criminal cases whenever the police are approached with a complaint against money circulation schemes. The Memo is now in each and every police station in the State of Andhra Pradesh. The Memo also mentioned the name of the Corporate Frauds Watch in it prominently.
So now you only have to approach the police station concerned and lodge a complaint with them. You would be given a copy of First Information Report.
Amway India, Tupperware, Herbalife, Forever Living Products, Hindustan Unilever Network Ltd, Pearls or PACL, Agrigold, Oriflame are some of the companies which are indulging in money circulation scheme in the guise of selling products.

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