Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Amway Quacks

When an IBO signs up to be a commissioned sales rep with Amway that also means they now become a professional expert on everything.

Yes everything. Fuck those college degrees. You can become an expert by paying a couple of hundred a year to become a card carrying Amway asshole. That’s only the membership fee. Doesn’t include the thousands of dollars you have to spend to keep the Amway upline happy.

What’s really scary are Amway ambots dispensing medical advice. Their “patients” suffer from various illnesses and because the ambot is in Amway that means they are now a medical professional and can treat and cure these diseases.

Its really scary the comments that have been left here and questions asked. Amway ambots are telling people with terminal illnesses that Amway products will cure what ails them and patients are searching the Internet to check out the claims made by these Amway quacks.

25 years ago Ambot and I took one of those weekend first aid courses so that meant we were the most medically trained professionals in our line of sponsorship. That plus the fact we’ve watched on TV just about every medical drama out there. Every ambot in our group would phone for medical advice. For christsake! – see a real doctor. And sometimes they did but they would still come to us for a second opinion because we were better qualified than highly trained doctors because we were in Amway.

My long ago first aid training consists of learning to do the Heimlich maneuver, CPR, and put on bandages. Don’t come to me for medical advice. If you got a splinter in your finger I can probably help you. If you’re dying of cancer I’m not going to suggest you take Amway snake oil for your miracle cure. But that’s because I’ve got morals and I’m no liar. An Amway quack standing at the gateway to hell will lie just to get your money for the phony medical advice they give.

Amway ambots have no morals. They’re only out to make a buck so these Amway quacks have no problem dispensing bad medical advice while pretending they have a medical degree from Amway university.

Amway ambots are quick to insult doctors who actually went to medical school and got degrees. What a waste of money when its so much cheaper to become an Amway quack.

Amway quacks also use some bullshit line about would you ask your friend for advice on surgery instead of a real surgeon. Ambots don’t even see surgeons and instead they do ask their Amway quack friends for surgery and medical advice. Ambots seek medical advice from Amway quacks instead of qualified doctors who graduated from medical school with a degree.

Amway ambots are know it alls. Today they might be an Amway quack dispensing medical advice and tomorrow they might be an ambulance chaser giving legal advice.

“Paging Dr. Quack. Paging Dr. Quack. Amway is calling.”


 

 

Monday, September 29, 2014

Amway Ambots Over The Top Obsession With “Lazy”


I get the usual bullshit amspeak from Amway ambots who show up here and feel inclined to leave a comment: quitter, loser, negative, dreamstealer, unchristian, lazy, didn’t try hard enough, etc, etc, etc!!!!!!

Today’s post is about Amway ambots and their over the top freaking out paranoia over lazy.

According to ambots that description belongs to people who quit Amway. Lazy.

Typical judgemental ambots parroting whatever the assholes in their Amway upline say.

Pointing fingers. And them fingers are pointing the wrong way you lazy ambots. You really think you’re going to become millionaires in 2 to 5 years working 10 to 15 hours a week even though your upline will deny deny deny deny deny deny that Amway is a get rich quick scheme. Making $100,000 in 3 months, 6 months, a year whatever time period the assholes in the Amway upline quote is pretty quick to most people. Amway is a get rich quick scheme for lazy ambots.

 

Or more accurately Amway is a get poor quickly scheme whether or not you’re lazy doesn’t matter, the odds are already stacked against you at 99%+ failure rate.

Most people who run their own businesses work long hours, maybe work every day of the week. These could be the same people who tried Amway and didn’t work out for them so they decided not to waste any more money and quit to focus on their real business and real income. Ambots point fingers and accuse them of quitting cause they’re lazy. Lazy ass ambots who have likely never owned their own business and know what hard work is really like. And no. Putting on a suit and spending hours on phone calls and texts with the assholes in your Amway upline and pretending you own an Amway business does not make you a real business owner. If your last name ain’t DeVos or VanAndel then you do NOT own an Amway business.

When we were in Amway there were a lot of unemployed ambots and ambots who got fired. A person stopped by here to leave a comment said he had to fire an ambot. The usual reasons I think I’ve covered before. When you hire an ambot they’ve got better things to do than get the work done they’re paid to do. The better things they’ve got to do are taking/responding to phone calls and texts from the assholes in their Amway upline and harassing their coworkers to sign up, come to Amway cult meetings, buy Amway products. Some people could look at ambots as too lazy to get their job done. But ambots just got better things to do with their time. To hell with their boss.

I know if I was paying someone to get a job done and they were busy doing other stuff instead I’d be pissed.


Bottom line if people are lazy that doesn’t affect my life one way or the other. Unless of course I was paying them to do a job and they weren’t doing it.

So why are ambots so fixated on lazy? Why do they give a flying fuck if someone is lazy? How does it affect their life if someone is lazy? Why do they automatically label people who quit Amway as lazy? Why do they bother leaving comments on my blog that I am lazy because I quit Amway? Because they’re repeating the bullshit that the fucking assholes in their Amway upline say! Have to justify why all these people quit Amway. Couldn’t be that the person figured out it’s a scam and they’re not making money? Not according to brainwashed ambots. Its cause they’re lazy and that’s why they didn’t make money. Has nothing to do with the odds of actually making money only being a small fraction of 1% of IBO’s who sign up.

If an ambot tries to prospect you into Amway just tell them right off you’re lazy and you know that ambots go nutso and judgemental when it comes to what they perceive as lazy people so you know Amway will not be a good fit.

Can you just see that conversation plus the ambots have an answer to everything.

Prospect: no I wouldn't be a good fit for Amway because I’m lazy.
Ambot: wouldn’t you like not to be lazy anymore?
Prospect: no. I’ve worked hard all my life and now I’m trying the other side and loving being lazy.
Ambot: you like being lazy.
Prospect: love it. Got a problem with that?
Ambot: you’re a lazy loser and you don't want to get rich.
Prospect: and you’re an obnoxious Amway asshole so fuck off.

Yeah we can throw it right back in those fucking ambot’s faces!

Lazy ass ambots need not apply!

Just because someone chooses not to do something or doesn’t do it to your standards doesn’t make them lazy.

Just cause someone isn’t in Amway doesn’t make them lazy. Just means they’ve got better things to do with their time and money. So fuck off judgemental ambots!



Thursday, September 25, 2014

Things To Do In Portland Oregon Instead Of WWDB Amway FED Free Enterprise Days 2014


Amway Worldwide Dream Builders WWDB is holding Free Enterprise Days in Portland Oregon October 3 - 5, 2014. 

 

These better things to do in Portland than attend an Amway brainwashing conference come from previous blogs. Bottom line is doing anything else is better than going to Amway WWDB Family Reunion. Staying in your hotel room and watching TV is better. Going to McDonalds for a snack is better. Taking a walk is better. Standing in front of the convention center with a bullhorn and yelling at ambots: Amway is a scam, Amway is a cult - is much better!

 

Sorry Portland! I think I already covered what I deem to be your highlights before!

 

I read an article about the top 10 cities for foodies and surprisingly enough to me Portland Oregon was on the list.

Super-green Portland has earned a reputation for its farm-to-table dining, well-crafted microbrews, w popular — including Namu, excellent Korean-Hawaiian fusion — check out the food truck “pods” at Pioneer Courthouse Square or at SE Hawthorne and 12th Avenue. And don’t be fooled by the notion that these Oregonians are totally health-conscious: another culinary must-stop is Voodoo Doughnuts for its bacon-topped maple bar and the breakfast-cereal-crusted “Captain My Captain.” The link to the original article is dead. Damn them anyway! Download the app to find those food trucks.  

 

Voodoo Doughnuts sounds like my kind of place! Can they put some voodoo spells on those fucking assholes in my Amway upline? http://voodoodoughnut.com/index.php  Over 90 different donuts! I want one of those Voodoo doll donuts! I get a lot of searchers for “Amway sex” finding their way to Anna Banana’s blog. Maybe because these ambots aren’t getting any because they’re never home!? Voodoo Doughnuts can  help those obsessed with Amway sex with the donut creation Cock-N-Balls.

 

A Google search tells me that Portland has a lot of museums and Oriental inspired gardens and parks. Not really my thing but certainly if someone held a gun to my head and told me to choose between going to an Amway WWDB function or a museum, I’d go to the The Hat Museum.  They’ve changed their admission structure. Tours are $75 for 1 to 6 people so it would be cost effective to find 5 other people and it still way cheaper than being bored to death by a bunch of aging Diamonds ripping off IBO’s. http://www.thehatmuseum.com

 

The last time I did a post like this someone who must have been there added into comments to visit the Pittock Mansion. Admission is $9.50 for adults and slightly less for other age groups. http://pittockmansion.org/

 

No one will want to miss the Church of Elvis Its in the store window of a shop in Chinatown. Has a coin operated movie that you can plug from the sidewalk. So I’d call it nearly free. Perfect for those who would rather worship the king of roll and roll instead of some sack of shit self professed great Amway God. Spooky coincidence that the poor bastards attending Family Reunion will also be up and about pretty much 24 hours a day because the brainwashing techniques work better on sleep deprivation. I’d rather hear what the Church of Elvis movie has to say at 2 in the morning than the sack of shit Platinum at a night owl! http://www.24hourchurchofelvis.com/

 

House Spirits Distillery tour and tasting. Yummy! Have to be 21. There is a fee for tasting but if you buy a bottle it will be waived. This will make you forget about those nasty Amway IBO’s! http://housespirits.com

 

The Oregon Zoo  Adult admission is $11.50 for adults. A little cheaper for other age groups. It’ll be fun to visit the bear exhibit and imagine feeding your upline to the grizzlies! http://www.oregonzoo.org/

 

For anyone really interested in visiting Portland, Oregon and doing tourist attraction things see Trip Advisor http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g52024-Activities-Portland_Oregon.html#TtD for suggestions. Most attractions are museums and parks.

  

And as always….

 

Family Reunion sucks!.....WWDB sucks!.....Amway sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
 

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Amway Ambots Will Be Gazillionaires in 2 to 5 Years!


A reader shares their story. And haven’t we all heard this story. Why does everyone have a bunch of assholes in their Amway upline who are always so busy but they’ll squeeze out some time to fit you in and expect you to kiss their ass. Could have been sitting there in Coffee Bean…..


Lol, so yesterday my friend called me to schedule a meeting today. I asked her the things like how much she is paying for tools ($100 per month), how much is her total expense far, and how come this business does not have a normal plan, projection, etc like a normal business. I think I should give up on my friend coz she answered me like a robot. She mentioned all of her expenses she does not consider them as expenses, but rather as investments. Mind you my friend background is accounting, so it rather confused me. As far as accounting goes, if you don't put it as expense, you can only put the costs as assets, but you can't put those kind of stuffs as assets coz they're literally worthless.


So, today I met her Emerald upline at Coffee Bean (something like Starbucks). I didn't know I was going to meet this Emerald, as previously my friend said I was going to meet his wife or what. Then 15 minutes before scheduled appointment she messaged about this Emerald shit giving me time despite his busy schedule, and I immediately mentioned I will be late when I could've made it in time. I was trying to look whether this stupid Emerald is really as busy as he says (I think not). I arrived 20 minutes late and the sack of shit hadn't arrived yet lol. Mind you our "short" time of discussion lasted for like 2 and a half hours coz the Emerald is damn busy.
The person started giving usual bullshit of 2-5 year, 10hrs/week and I can get $10,000/month as passive income. Then he explains his statistics of 1,000 sample size is big enough to represent the whole population. I told him straight away that I've never heard those theory before and my background is Mathematics. He gave me some stupid excuses, then continue with usual Amway does everything for him, so he can concentrate on sales. Yeah, true Amway does everything for him and charge him a huge margin on their products. In the meantime he kept telling me accounting is shit and waste of time, knowing full well that I do account in my current company. If accounting is shit probably Amway should ditch it as well and pay those diamond and emerald anyhow they want hahaha ...


He also said when he went to Emerald function in Los Angeles last year, there were few thousands of people (he mentioned only 3,000 at first, but later didn't want to be specific). I later asked him how many people are in Scamwork 21, which he answered few hundred thousands. Lol, so the foolproof system only has success rate of around 1%? And they still want to tell me it's 100% success rate?


We then proceeded to compensation plan, which he explained to me in details coz I pushed really hard on that. My conclusion is, if he only has 3-4 legs at Platinum, his "passive" income should not be at $10,000, but more like $3,000 to $4,000 gross even with the bonus. What a fucking liar shit Emerald. He mentioned he has lots of downline at 3% so he can earn another 18% on them. No shit, the downline at 3% probably only spend $400 max per month, so he got like $72 from each of them. And I really doubt he has lots of 3% downline. 3% downline probably already quit after long time not making money, but losing money for buying shitty products.


We then moved on to what they call CEP, which basically means subscription of stupid ass cd and books, and functions. They dare to tell me first that they sell those tools at costs, then when I pointed out to them, cd don't cost $6 to make. You can buy blank cd at $0.10 or maybe less. With the production costs and freight, I doubt that cd costs more than $2 per piece. Not to mention the book they lent to me costs like 5 times of Amazon's price. They then changed their tune that it is a for profit organization, need to pay office rent, employees, etc. They also said it's not about the costs, but about the quality. Wow, what is the difference in quality between the very same book from them (at $10) and from Amazon (<$2)? They then mentioned about my college degree and investment on it. Excuse me? College degree is something with value, something that is required by a lot of company to get a decent job. It's not a useless shit of cd and functions with no contents.


I tried to close the discussion by saying I can't agree with the system that benefits from its member by a lot (basically saying it's a scam). And wow, they are very persistent on me trying some more cd and books or some of Amway products. I told them I don't want to waste time on overpriced products and that I hated those cds, can't stand listening to other cd anymore, the cds are useless and give nothing beneficial. Then they tried to force me to listen to other cds coz they have few millions of cds (OMG! are you kidding me?!?!?!?!?!). I almost rolled my eyes coz $4x(few hundred thousand of members)x (few million cds) = gee no wonder Jim and Nancy Dornan and those asshole Diamonds are rich. So, I flat out told them no, no , no and NO! Yet they still tried to sold me so I just told them I won't change my mind no matter what and that their system is shit (and implying it's a scam) haha ... I think I should be free now from them. Hurray!

 

 

 

Monday, September 22, 2014

In Amway Only Money Matters


A reader shares their story and some wise advice.

I was involved in Amway from May 2012 to March 2013. A friend invited me along to a monthly seminar and while I was overwhelmed with the terrible pop music, in-time clapping, positivity overload and promises of achieving my “dreams” and “goals”. Naively, I assumed my friend invited me for my benefit so I signed up that night.


I played ball for a few months (because I still had a shred of optimism), attended most of the functions (including three weekend conventions), bought stuff from the website, listened to the CDs and even hosted a house/launch party. I got put into a good team of normal people who all seemed supportive.


While some of friends knew it was a scam, I ignored them. Heading towards Christmas, reality finally hit. I lost my job momentarily in November and was limping by on my now meagre savings (thanks to all the money I’d spent on Amway). I was forced to look at the most important things to survive - pay rent and buy food – rather than wasting my time with Amway. Because of this reality check, I started to see through the feelgood bullshit of Amway. While they sell you on reaching your “dreams” and “goals”, the harsh reality is most of the money goes to the big guns: the Diamonds, the Oblongs, the Rectangles etc. Most of those who make it already have oodles of money and saving and don’t need Amway, they’re just being greedy.


Those who are students, low-income earners or who don’t have a secure income, Amway can be potentially damaging, spending money you don’t have on something you don’t need. In my time in Amway, I estimated I spent over $2,000 on various stuff and made less than $100. While I found the online shopping part convenient, it’s a hell of a lot cheaper to go down to your local supermarket and buy what you need. While I got my job back in late November, I immediately lost interest after the October conference (as I had to rebuild financially), I took until March to fully quit, mainly because my friend – who was now my “upline” – was away overseas and if I was going to quit, I wanted to do it face-to-face. In the ensuing months, I completely stopped activity: no more CDs, no more shopping, no more functions (I was always able to find a convenient excuse). When the March convention came around, I was upfront with my friend and he was fine with it. I left the convention on the Saturday afternoon and didn’t look back. It was a relief.


Looking back, Amway has had a negative effect on me emotionally. All the feelgood crap, false hope and focus on materialism made me cynical and bitter. Anytime people mention their “dreams” and “goals”, I roll my eyes dramatically. I’m nowhere near as optimistic about life as I was before I joined Amway. The worst part was, had I not been involved with Amway, my brief time out of work would have been more comfortable financially. Like most ‘get rich quick’ schemes, it relies on trickery and lots of materialistic, shallow rubbish. It’s basically saying “money is the only thing that matters.” I call shenanigans. Yes, money is great for peace of mind, but it doesn’t make you happy. If you want financial security, work hard, invest wisely and spend sensibly.

 

 

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Things To Do In Irvine California Instead of WWDB Amway FED Free Enterprise Days 2014


Here's another guide about better things to do in town instead of attending an Amway function.

 

This year WWDB Amway Free Enterprise Days will be held in Irvine, California September 26 to 28 2014.

 

You can  reach a lot of attractions and beaches inside an hour or so drive of Irvine and I think most people are aware of these places so there’s not much more to say. And just a heads up. Every attraction and beach is gonna charge you more than a few bucks to park in their lot. There is no shortage of shopping and large malls in the area like the Irvine Spectrum Center or the South Coast Plaza. Good places to come and drown your sorrows shopping if you're married to an ambot wasting money on Amway! 

 

Disneyland is the big attraction in southern California and Anaheim is not too far from Irvine and its way better and cheaper than going to WWDB Amway FED. One day ticket costs $96 if you're older than 10. Slightly less if you're under 10 and different prices if you're buying a multi day package or California resident or buy in advance. By the time you pay for parking, buy a ticket, and eat a snack, you're probably pretty close to spending the same amount of money as a ticket to FED but you'll have a whole lot more fun at Disneyland!


 

Orange County Zoo is inside Irvine Park and is a pretty good deal at $2. Check out the bears and imagine setting them loose inside an Amway function! Hours are 10am to 3:30pm. 


 

I'm going to throw in Knott's Berry Farm even though its not my favorite park there are people who would probably want to go there seeing as how they're this close anyway. One day pass is $65 and less if you're under 12 or a senior. Also less if you buy tickets ahead of time online. There always seem to be coupon books flying around with discounts to Knott’s. Its still much cheaper to go to Knott’s than go to FED. And Knott’s is a whole lot more fun because you don’t have to spend the day listening to a bunch of fucking Amway assholes! http://www.knotts.com/

 

There are lots of beaches in the area. Head the car to PCH and drive north or south until you find a beach you like.

 

Or get out of Irvine and spend a day at Universal Studios or take a tour of the star’s homes. Or down to San Diego to visit the zoo or Sea World. Everything you want is inside a 2 hour drive and much cheaper than buying a ticket to Amway FED. I have a few favorite things that I like to do that are free except for the parking and not in this area - hint hint go north go south.

 

FED Free Enterprise Days sucks!

WWDB World Wide Dream Builders sucks!

Amway sucks!

All Amway Functions suck!

 

 

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Amway Ambots Financially Irresponsible


Scumbag Amway assholes mainly prey on less fortunate people and those who are down on their luck scamming them into believing in a few months they’ll be making thousands of dollars every month in Amway and after 2 to 5 years they’ll be gazillionaires with barrels of money rolling in every month while they sit back and do nothing. Often these Amway bastards target victims who are already in a financially dire situation with promises and dreams of riches. Unemployed, new immigrants, people in minimum wage jobs, students, etc.

There are Amway ambots who went to college and are in professional occupations who also want to believe that they’ll strike it rich in the Amway scam. And these are intelligent, educated people who you’d think would know enough to do research before getting suckered into a too good to be true “opportunity”.  Smart people who couldn’t fall for a scam like Amway. You know people who might have a chance at putting money aside for a mortgage or retirement if they weren’t throwing away all their money tithing the Great Amway God.

There are people from all walks of life, all income brackets who are financially irresponsible. They take out a car loan on a super expensive luxury car with huge monthly payments instead of looking for a car more in their budget or buying one with whatever cash they have. Same thing with buying a house. They take out the wrong kind of mortgage. They buy a more expensive house than they should have and struggle to make the payments. They get credit cards and go crazy spending but don’t pay the card off in full every month. Instead they pay the minimum and spend the next 20 or 30 years struggling to pay off that card because as soon as they got some room on it they spend it again. Just because someone is a CEO or a doctor or whatever doesn’t mean they’re financially responsible and make good financial decisions.

It costs a lot of money every month to belong to Amway’s expensive buying club. You have to buy around $300/month in Amway products just to earn a commission of around $10. You want more commission you gotta buy more of their expensive shitty products. Yup buy from your “own” store. Most ambots spend more than $300/month buying shitty overpriced Amway products. Depending on whether or not there’s a major function that month and how much it costs to get there, stay in a hotel, eat out, the additional costs in Amway could be another $200 to $500 more each month. And it goes up from there. They spend $50/month on membership to the Amway cult sect they belong to. Communikate, another $30 or $40/month. CD’s, books, tickets to go to Amway meetings. It all adds up. To be a member of the Amway cult it costs hundreds of dollars each month, probably $500 to $1000/month. For $10 in commission?

Not keeping a profit & loss statement?

Of course not! This is Amway. They don’t do stuff that real businesses do.

So are people who are already financially irresponsible more open to the Amway scam? These people don’t really notice where their money is going. By the time they notice they’re probably already in trouble and can’t dig themselves out of the hole. That’s the price of keeping your Amway cult leader happy.

Financially irresponsible people believe these fucking Amway assholes who say all you need is to have a dream (and a credit card!) and you’ll get rich in Amway. Its all about dream this and dream that and getting distracted with all your dreams of material riches that you don’t notice all your money is going into the Amway shit hole and the ambot isn’t getting any richer. Well what do you expect when you earn pennies on commission if you’re lucky to have a downline or a customer who buys something. Pennies! This isn’t a salesman at a car lot or a realtor selling houses where they could make more than pennies on a commissioned sale. This is Scamway. Only the cult leaders who have their own cult sects and the company owners are making money. Not lowly commissioned salespeople. Plunk down $100 or $200 to register with Amway and “own your own business”. LOL!!!!! Scammers!!!!

Would these same people answer ads that say earn $10,000/month stuffing envelopes – send $20 to find out how? What about an email from the king of Yawma (yup spell it backwards LOL!!!!) who is in hiding and needs to sneak out $10 bazillion dollars and transfer it to your bank account and you send him back $9 bazillion and keep the other bazillion for your trouble and commission.

They’re all scams that rely on people’s dreams of getting rich and they don’t need any special skills to get rich doing these things. Just be a dumb ass dreamer.

Amway relies on financially irresponsible people to keep the scam going on.