Saturday, 11 September 2010

Rehearsal for Amway trial is on here & now

It seems that the rehearsal for the forthcoming trial of the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob is taking place here and now on your Blog.
As previously stated, the main witness for the defence, the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr 'IBOFB' Steadson, has recently been forced to accept on your Blog that (during the previous 50+ years) almost 95% of all the tens of millions of insolvent, transient persons arbitrarily defined as 'Independent Business Owners' by the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob, haven't even tried to sell 'Amway'- supplied wampum for a profit to persons who are not under contract to'Amway,' and that around 50% of all these same insolvent, transient persons haven't even bought 'Amway'-supplied wampum themselves. In simple terms, Mr. Steadson now confesses that tens of millions of so-called 'IBOs' haven't actually been in business at all, but, he would have your readers believe that he doesn't know, but would very much like to know, why this is so.
Yet, the factual answer to his fictitious innocent question is staring Mr. Steadson in the face; for just a quick look on the Net. reveals countless testimonies from former, fake 'Independent Business Owners' who have lived the 'Amway' lie for extended-periods before being churned through the 'Amway' closed-market. Almost without exception, these poor people say that 'Amway'-supplied wampum was effectively-impossible to sell regularly for a profit on the open-market, because even at the fixed wholesale price (30% less than the full retail price), it was exorbitant in comparison with similar materials widely-available in traditional retail outlets (like supermarkets and discount stores). Furthermore, almost without exception, this army of first-hand, insolvent witnesses to fraud say they were told to ignore 'Amway's' fictitious 'rules' about retailing to multiple customers. Indeed, the illegal message was constantly drilled into their minds (by their parental 'Upline' role-models) that retailing was for Losers. On the contrary, they were assured that the 'Winners' Secret to Achieving Success in Amway' was to 'Duplicate Exactly a Proven Business Building Plan of Self-Consumption and Recruitment.'
However, Mr. Steadson simply excludes this mountain of damning-evidence and says that my 'opinion of Amway is predicated on my (false) belief that there are no sales of Amway products to non-active IBOs and that the products are overpriced and the only reason people purchase them is because of the attached income opportunity.'
Thus, the tiny little troop of highly-convenient defence witnesses who, like Mr. Steadson, have steadfastly pretended to have been acting within the law (by regularly retailing 'Amway' wampum for a profit to multiple customers and not mostly-buying it themselves), but who have mysteriously refused to produce independent evidence (in the form of audited accounts) to substantiate their suspicious claims, form the final, thin line of defence for the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob.
If the Corporate Frauds Watch Blog was a real court of law, then Mr. Steadson wouldn't be allowed to wear his mask. He would also risk being charged with perjury.
Mr. Steadson is, in fact, the human equivalent of an autumn fig leaf.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

1 comment:

IBOFB said...

Brear, you just can't help but make things up, can you?

I never said I don't know why "but would very much like to know, why this is so"

I know quite well why it happens, or at least I have some strong theories.

And there a lot stronger than you nonsensical theory - "they didn't try to sell the products because they couldn't sell the products"

You're also completely wrong to claim IBOs were "almost without exception" taught not to retail. Next month there is a major seminar being hosted in my part of the world. Brear, come along and I'll introduce you to thousands of people who [i]have[/i] been taught to retail. I can provide you with material going back decades from the largest single Amway training system, with clear statements that retailing is necessary for success.

What's more, I've already comprehensively demolished your claim the products are overpriced. Over a year ago I did an Amway UK Price Comparison and the prices - at full recommended retail price - were clearly competitive.

Here's a thread on Amway Talk with a variety of different IBOs talking about people having significant retail Amway businesses.

You of course continue off in Brear lala land and ignore this reality.