Monday, 13 September 2010

The evidence proves 'Amway/Quixtar' has been a blame-the-victim fraud

The rehearsal for the trial of the billionaire bosses of the'Amway' mob (which has recently been taking place on your Blog) has now come down to the following question:
Given the undisputed fact that no evidence (in the form of audited accounts) can be produced to prove that a significant percentage of the tens of millions of transient persons who (during the previous 50+ years) have temporarily been under contract to (one of the labyrinth of corporate structures controlled by the De Vos and Van Andel families, most-commonly referred to as) 'Amway/Quixtar' as a so-called 'Independent Business Owner,' has made sufficient, regular, profitable retail sales of 'Amway/Quixtar' supplied products, and/or services, to persons who are not under contract to 'Amway/Quixtar' as a so-called 'IBO,' to enable a significant percentage of these so-called 'IBOs' to have earned their living lawfully:
Have the owners of 'Amway/Quixtar' been legitimate businessmen who have offered the public a viable income opportunity, or have they been racketeers who have organized a pernicious, blame-the-victim, money circulation scheme camouflaged by products, and services (maintained at a banal quality and high price which has rendered them effectively-unsaleable for a profit on the open market) and who have maliciously hidden, and sustained, a vast criminal enterprise by steadfastly pretending that their victims were 'Independent Business Owners' who were responsible for failing to earn money, thus, preventing the majority of their victims from making complaint?
David Brear (copyright 2010)

1 comment:

Joecool said...

Spot on. AMo leaders teach the blame the victim. It is why IBOs blame themselves and do not file formal complaints when they quit.