An intellectually-castrated 'MLM' adherent, who signs himself as K. Rajasekar (from Chennai), has posted a puerile extract from his group's reality-inverting script on Corporate Frauds Watch.
This bedazzled little fellow says:
'Only through network marketing, India can reach a solid state where everyone can change their lifestyle. Nmart Retails Limited, is an Indian company, giving good business opportunity, to the public, to earn from their daily expenses, with all Branded 5000 products. The success of the Nmart company can be seen on its growth, spreaded all the states of India. Moreover, the chief of the Nmart Retails, is an experienced, talented immensed personality, came forward, to open such a Wonderful company, breaking all the barriers of Network marketing, making people to buy, save and earn good income.'
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, 'Nmart' is a, blatant example of an 'Amway' copy-cat, the grinning instigators of which have steadfastly pretended that participants in their philanthropic trading scheme can earn money by lawfully retailing products to the public and by recruiting their social contacts to do the same. Sady, 50 years of evidence (in the form of tens of millions of failed participants), proves that once hopeful, but ill-informed, members of the public have signed up for all of these so-called 'business opportunities' they have been exposed (without their fully-informed consent) to co-ordinated, devious techniques of social, psychological and physical persuasion designed to shut down their critical, and evaluative, faculties and convert them to the self-perpetuating, and self-gratifying, belief that anyone can achieve total financial freedom by exactly duplicating a plan of self-consumption and recruitment (which requires no retailing).
Unfortunately, any trading scheme without significant, profitable, retail sales to the public, is a closed-market swindle in which victims have been peddled infinite shares in their own finite money. Indian legislation bans the promotion of all money circulation schemes based on endless-chain recruitment (no matter how ingeniously they are dissimulated).
Exactly like the cultic charlatan known as 'Sai Baba,' the instigators of 'business opportunity' frauds have been stealing money from the public by pretending to have access to a secret knowledge which permits them to create something from nothing.
So-called 'MLM business opportunities' have been a largely-unregulated herd of essentially-identical '
golden calves' which have all been made from their bedazzled followers' own gold. Therefore, K. Rajaseker has actually invited Corporate Frauds Watch readers to participate in a cultic fraud, and the deluded little fellow has even posted his contact details.
David Brear (Copyright 2011)