Monday, 14 July 2014

Glaze Trading India aka GALWAY takes unemployed youth for a ride

Glaze Trading India aka GALWAY takes unemployed youth for a ride
In what could be described as the copycat of Amway, Glaze Trading India aka GALWAY, started its cheating operations throughout the country. At least 10,000 youths from all over the two States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have already been cheated by this fraudulent company according to series of visuals telecast by TV6 Telugu news channel.
The news channel exposed the dubious ways of this company which has been inducing youths with job opportunity with a monthly salary of Rs. 50,000. However, they were asked to pay Rs. 8,000 for securing the job. After reaching their office in the state of Jharkhand, they were asked to enroll at least four members each to earn unlimited income. Then they realised that they were deceived.
The youths were asked to stay in a dungeon and they were hardly given any work though they were promised to undertake bar-coding, creating e-mail IDs and other works. Dejected, these youths returned to their places.
Aglance at its website, shows that it also sells products for homecare, personal care, biofertiliser among others. The products include G-PSEUDO+, G-DERMA+ both controls root diseases of plants , G-SEAPOWER, which contains seaweed to act as growth promoter. They also sell air-fresheners, toilet cleaner, floor cleaner among others.
Anyway the sense of humour of these fellows should be appreciated. They are openly claiming that it is ‘pseudo’ and selling it. Don’t ask what ‘derma’ has got to do with bio-fertilizer.
Behind all the product sales under direct selling mode, the real cheating is illegal money circulation scheme. This is how Amway has been inspiring many a crook to indulge in illegal money circulation schemes in the name of direct selling.

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Why these two gentlemen remain behind bars?

Subrato Roy 
Since March 4, he has been behind bars

For the last nearly two months in jail

Monday, 7 July 2014

Court rejects bail plea of Amway chief

Our Bureau

Warangal: A court here on Thursday rejected the bail petition submitted on behalf of the managing director and chief executive officer of Amway India Enterprises William S Pinckney who was arrested in a criminal case recently.
An engineering graduate, Anurag, lodged a complaint against the multilevel marketing company on the charges of cheating people with illegal money circulation scheme in the name of selling products. He said in his complaint, the company in the name of selling products was actually into illegal money circulation scheme. The Subedari Police Station after receiving the complaint filed the criminal case against the US-based company and arrested the MD and CEO of Amway India William Pinckney..

The counsels of Amway India filed the bail petition in the court for the release of William Pinckney who has been in jail for the last six weeks. However, the court rejected the petition.

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Cops tracking ‘Diamonds’ of Amway

Hyderabad: The top police officials of the two States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have launched a massive hunt to track down the ‘Diamonds’ and other members of Amway India Enterprises to make sure their role in the multilevel marketing scam of the US-based company.
Amway India Enterprises

According to informed sources, the police of both the states are even sharing information regarding the list of upline members in the hierarchy of Amway India Enterprises, who share commissions on purchase of products by the downline members. The sources said that in the business model of Amway, the upline members who enroll new members into the scheme of purchasing products received sizable income which was nothing but easy and quick money. “Once the list of the ‘Diamonds’ is prepared and their income on commissions is confirmed, we go ahead with arresting them also,” the source said.

Meanwhile, the police on Monday arrested the MD and CEO of Amway, William S Pinckney, who is presently in Charlapalli Jail and presented him in the judicial court which sent him to remand for 14 days. The MD was sent back to Charlapalli Jail. It is learnt that the police would file a petition in the court seeking custody of Pinckney for interrogation to take the criminal case against him to a logical conclusion.

A police official said that the law would take its own course and charge sheets would be filed soon in the criminal cases against Amway India. In another twist to the criminal case against the MD of Amway, the High Court did not issue any orders on the petition filed by Amway India to exempt its managing director Pinckney from surrendering the passport to the police department. However, the passport surrender order issue has become an impediment for the release of Pinckney on bail.