Saturday, 4 June 2011

Trivedi is thoroughly brain-washed to reject the reality

It seems our young man Trivedi is really caught in thought-stopping process of Amway India.
He says "Dear Shyam, I am sharing you the link of amway pins pls go through it. And for your reference 1 pv =60 Rs as on today in India and a person is entitled for 21% commission  if he and his group generates volume of 600,000 in a month. You will see that Amway pins in India are not on recruitment based its on performance (turnover) and business structure based."
Trivedi is conveniently forgetting he and his group won't be there if there is no enrollment. It is irrelevant if he gets money directly out of enrollment or not. According to Section 2 (c) of Prize Chits & Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, enrollment is illegal. The section 2 (c) reads, “money circulation scheme” means any scheme, by whatever name called, for making of quick or easy money, or for the receipt of any money, or valuable thing as the consideration for a promise to pay money, on any event or contingency relative or applicable to the enrollment of members into the scheme, whether or not such money or thing is derived from the entrance money of the members of such scheme or periodical subscriptions;"
So here the law is crystal clear. He is trying to tell me that he would not get any money even if he enrolls 100,000 persons. But he could not say that how his group which generates 600,000 a month is formed without enrollment.
Trivedi is thoroughly confused as to understand what he is saying. He should understand this is what is called thought-stopping process of Amway.
When enrollment is illegal under the law of the land, whatever he does is criminal and punishable. 
There is no point for Trivedi or IBOFB to convince me or anyone else on this blog. It is illegal as held by the Andhra Pradesh High Court and the Supreme Court of India. If they want to prove otherwise, they could move the judiciary and convince the judges. Then there will be no necessity of writing this blog.

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